Read past articles from Hellomagazine.com. Here you can find the stories we have created since 2011. You can browse by clicking on the section or date to find articles about Celebrities, Royalty, Fashion, Babies, Health & Beauty, Food, Travel, or TV & Film.
Never-before-seen photo of Prince George goes on display at Prince Charles' Buckingham Palace exhibition: see more
Prince Charles' love for his family is more evident than ever in his new Prince & Patron exhibition at Buckingham Palace. Some rare and previously unseen photos of the royal family will go on display alongside the exhibition, which the Prince of Wales has curated to celebrate his 70th birthday year. Among the highlights is a never-before-seen photo of Charles with his eldest son Prince William and then newborn grandson Prince George. The young Prince, who celebrates his fifth birthday on Sunday, can be seen sleeping peacefully in his grandfather’s arms while his dad smiles for the camera in a sweet
To celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday, the Royal Collection Trust has put together a stunning exhibition, titled Prince & Patron, at the Queen's home of Buckingham Palace. The exhibition features over 100 works of art personally selected by the Prince of Wales himself, and amongst those, there is a very surprising addition. The first pictures of the exhibition in honour of the future King reveal a very special framed photo from the wedding of his son, Prince Harry, to Meghan Markle, which can be seen placed on top of a dresser. A photo of Prince Harry and Meghan leaving the chapel was
When the Cambridges and the royal family posed for Prince Louis' official christening photos, many were pleased to see that the Queen, who was absent from the service, had actually made it into the official portraits. Although she wasn't there in person, the monarch was present in the form of a formal portrait that was visible on the of Clarence House's Morning room, where the official pictures were taken. Well now, royal fans who visit Prince Charles' Prince & Patron exhibition at Buckingham Palace this summer are in luck as the stunning oil sketch of Her Majesty painted from 1972-73
The Queen has kicked off her summer holiday in Balmoral. The monarch left Buckingham Palace on Thursday and is not expected to return to London until September. She usually previews the special summer exhibition that is put on for tourists at her London home; this year's display, Prince & Patron, showcases Prince Charles' love of art. But in a break with tradition, the Queen left for her holidays without making the customary check. Her Majesty usually stays at her official residence, Balmoral Castle, but she won't be able to move in until the end of July, when the castle closes