Royal fans are used to seeing Prince George and Princess Charlotte at official engagements, accompanying their parents Prince William and Kate in their duties. But a new candid sighting of the children enjoying a day out at the park has prompted delight among royal followers. George, five, and Charlotte, three, have been pictured riding their bikes in Hyde Park with their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. The photo that surfaced on @cambduchess's Twitter account showed George wearing a red helmet while cycling on his blue bike, while Charlotte had a pink bike and a blue helmet. What's more, the youngsters were
It's not every day a royal stands guard at Buckingham Palace. But last week, Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg had the honour of taking part in the traditional ceremony as flag-bearer of the 1st Batallion Irish Guards. His parents Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa watched with pride as their youngest son and fifth child participated in one of Britain's most iconic attractions, whereby the Queen's guard hands over responsibility for protecting Buckingham Palace and St. James's Palace to the new guard. The family's official Instagram page shared photos of the trio after Thursday's ceremony. The pictures, taken inside
Secrets from Kate Middleton's school run, including dropping off Prince George the day after giving birth to Louis
The Duchess of Cambridge amazed royal watchers after she stepped out to present her newborn son Prince Louis to the world, just seven hours after giving birth. And it has now been revealed that Kate also did the school run the day after welcoming her baby boy. According to the Daily Mail's Rebecca English, the Duchess was spotted dropping off her eldest child Prince George at Thomas's Battersea just one day after the birth. Prince William and Kate, both 36, regularly do the school run and it seems the Duchess is just as down-to-earth as you might expect. One parent
Heartwarming pictures from Prince Harry's recent trip to Africa have been released - and they are magical
There's no denying that Africa holds a special place in Prince Harry's heart. During a recent solo trip to Lesotho last month, the Duke of Sussex made opened a new building at Phelisanong Children's Centre on behalf of his charity Sentebale. Whilst no photos were made available at the time, Kensington Palace have now decided to release a series of never-before-seen pictures - and they are magical. The heartwarming snaps sees the British royal share a sweet moment with the children from the centre, whilst playing with colourful balloons. Prince Harry seen with a child from Phelisanong Children's Centre in
Since becoming a father in 1982 to Prince William and in 1984 to Prince Harry, the Prince of Wales has been devoted to his beloved sons. The trio have always been close, and possibly even more so since Diana's death in 1997 and often attend public engagements together. Prince Charles has always supported his two children, most recently he walked Meghan Markle down the aisle on her wedding to Prince Harry. See the video below for a few of the sweetest moments between the future King and his boys. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Loading the player...
With the royal wedding behind him, the next question that Prince Harry seems to be facing is when he and his new wife Meghan Markle will have children. During a trip to Dublin earlier this month, the 33-year-old royal was greeted by a well-wisher, Elaine Adam-Stewart, 43, who cheekily suggested that Harry should follow in her footsteps and have five little ones. During a walkabout outside the EPIC museum of Irish Emigration, Elaine told the Prince: "My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children – when are you and Meghan going to get going?" While her