• Catherine Zeta-Jones' son records hilarious message for royal family

    Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are the proud parents of two teenagers, and if they had their way, at least one of them would join the British royal family! In a fun photoshoot ahead of his 18th birthday, Dylan Douglas posed with his younger sister Carys in a regal-inspired photo, which saw them both dress up for the occasion. The aspiring actor shared the image on Instagram, and wrote: "Just a young guy looking for princesses @theroyalfamily hook me up! Or take my sister, at least I would get to go to a royal wedding." The picture went down

  • Duchess Meghan's latest accessory has a very luxurious royal detail

    Meghan may be the Duchess of Sussex, but she's certainly queen of accessorising in our eyes – since becoming a royal, she's done nothing but wow us with her enviable handbag collection, modern jewellery pieces and sizable sunglasses wardrobe. Speaking of, her latest pair of shades have a very Duchess-worthy detail, since they are crafted out of gold! The Linda Farrow 512 C3 Oval Sunglasses come in at a cool £545 – and are made from 18-22 carat gold-plated Japanese titanium, according to the designer's website. Meghan looked stylish in her Linda Farrow gold-plated sunglasses The new royal clearly still has

  • Royal box sets – do you watch the same TV shows as the royal family?

  • Remember when Duchess Kate wore THAT Gucci dress? We have found the best high-street dupe and you will love it

    When we think of the Duchess of Cambridge's signature style, we think of pastel dresses, lots of lace and sleek, classic items that give her an instantly polished, timeless look. Sometimes however, the wife of Prince William does deviate from her regular wardrobe staples and we love to see her mixing up her look. Cast your mind back to 2017, when the mother of Prince George arrived at London's Victoria & Albert museum. Opening the new exhibition, fans were taken aback with her tweed Gucci dress which was cut that little bit shorter than her regular dress. It came

  • Video: The royal protocol rule breakers - Kate, Meghan, Diana and more

    Senior members of the royal family have to live by a very strict set of rules; they must ask the Queen for approval before proposing and only spouses and fiancés are invited to Sandringham for Christmas. Public displays of affection are considered inappropriate for working royals and ladies must sit with their knees together, one ankle crossed under the other in a fashion often nicknamed 'the Duchess slant'. Autographs are discouraged for security reasons and royals do not often take selfies, with Prince William remarking in February: "I'm allergic to selfies." See all the times the royals broke protocol in

  • Endearing photos of royals with their grandchildren including the Duchess of Cornwall and her little ones

  • Why Meghan Markle will have to send her birthday gifts back

    As the newest member of the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex will have received a number of cards and presents from her fans around the world. Meghan turned 37 last Saturday and spent the day attending the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks; Charlie is Prince Harry's childhood friend. But returning to London, Meghan may have found a pile of gifts waiting for her, which, sadly, some of them she will have had to send back. The reason is simple. Royals are not allowed to receive freebies from businesses or people they do not personally know, to