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When Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen and Prince Philip would not be attending their great-grandson Prince Louis' christening last week, many royal fans were left disappointed – mainly because they would miss such a joyous occasion and we wouldn't see Her Majesty in the official photos with the Cambridges and the rest of the royal family. And whilst physically that was the case – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still thought of a very clever way to make her part of the historic moment. The family-of-five, which took the official pictures in the Morning Room at Clarence House,
The Duchess of Sussex surprised fans the world over on Tuesday when she stepped out in a stunning pink sleeveless trench coat by House of Nonie, which she accessorised with a matching Mulberry bag – one she has owned for some years – and gorgeous Dioressence pumps by Dior in the same shade. Since Meghan does not work with an official stylist - unlike the Duchess of Cambridge, who works with Natasha Archer, many were left wondering who had helped her put the incredible look together. Well, believe it or not, Meghan did have some help - she worked with one of
Sarah, Duchess of York couldn’t have been prouder this week after finding out that the ethical fashion label she helped to establish - Key to Freedom - is now stocking its latest collection of beautiful garments in Topshop. Founded in 2012 after the Duke of York met the charity’s founder Aloka Mitra during a trip to India, the initiative helps vulnerable women from West Bengal, India, gain valuable skills in sewing to create beautiful garments - so it is little wonder that Topshop snapped them up. Taking to Instagram to congratulate them, Sarah shared a photo of some of
At just three years old, Princess Charlotte is already taking after her great-grandmother the Queen. Apart from bearing a strong physical resemblance to the monarch, Charlotte also has the same interests as her Gan-Gan, in particular her love of horses. But there's another sweet detail that links the royals and it's down to their sense of style – they always wear the same shoes! Throughout her reign, the Queen has depended on her Anello & Davide classic leather shoes for various public appearances. Her trusty black flats have been a part of her closet for more than 50 years and
Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding was expected to be a private affair, but Buckingham Palace has announced that members of the public will be invited to the big day in Windsor on Friday 12 October. A total of 1,200 guests will be given access to the castle grounds, from where they will be able to view the arrival of the congregation and the royal family, listen to a live broadcast of the ceremony and watch the bride and groom depart St George's Chapel as man and wife. Members of the public can apply for up to four tickets
The Cambridge family photo album: from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s engagement to Prince Louis’ christening
Since their first official engagement photos captured by Mario Testino were released in December 2010 royal fans have been dazzled by the mementos released showing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their burgeoning family. From the first photos of a newborn Prince George, which were taken by proud grandfather Michael Middleton to, most recently, the photos of Prince Louis' christening by renowned celebrity photographer Matt Hollyoak. See below our roundup of some of our favourite photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Loading the player...
It's not easy to gather young children for a formal group photo, especially after they've been sitting in church for 40 minutes. But Prince George and Princess Charlotte once again showed they are model kids as they posed for Prince Louis' official christening portraits at Clarence House. The young royals were picture perfect, sitting on a sofa in the Morning Room next to their parents Prince William and Kate. And not only that, they were ready and assembled just ten minutes after the christening ended. A closer look at Prince William's watch on his left wrist shows the official portraits
Thomas Markle was forced to miss his daughter's wedding in May after his poor health led to hospitalisation. And as he turns 74 on Wednesday, celebrating on the other side of the world, Thomas has revealed his one birthday wish is to reconnect with London-based Meghan. Speaking to TMZ, the retired lighting director said he was hoping to "get a laugh out of the Duchess". The father-of-three has not seen his daughter for months, nor has he been introduced to his son-in-law Prince Harry. Explaining his recent slew of highly publicised interviews, which the palace has not responded to, he
It's hard to imagine a more inspiring read for your summer holidays this year. Jonathan Bryan, who has severe cerebral palsy and was locked inside his own mind for the first nine years of his life, has written a life-affirming book, Eye Can Write - A Memoir of a Child's Silent Soul Emerging, that will change the way you think about your own life. Jonathan, who couldn't speak or communicate for the first part of his childhood – he also had profound and multiple learning difficulties, chronic lung disease, a curved spine, and a transplanted kidney – has already