• Prince William and Kate Middleton's love story in photos, starting with their university days

    Britain's golden couple Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, have announced via Clarence House that they are pregnant with their second child. The happy news marks the start of a new chapter in the love story of the pair, whose first son Prince George was born in July 2013. It's almost hard to remember that this royal romance began when William and Kate were both just fresh-faced students at the University of St Andrews. As royal fans the world over celebrate the couple's baby news, take a look back at their romance. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR

  • The Queen's doctor, Peter Fisher, is killed in a road accident

    The Queen's doctor, Peter Fisher, was tragically killed in a road accident on Wednesday morning while he was cycling in Holborn, London. Peter was a physician to the 92-year-old monarch, and well-respected in the medical field as the director of research at University College London Hospital's Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM). Gregg White, Chief Executive of the Faculty of Homeopathy, told HELLO!: "It is no exaggeration to say that in Peter we have lost an irreplaceable talent, a giant in all his fields of professional endeavour - as a clinician, a researcher, an academic and the champion of medical

  • It's A-Level results day! See how Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and more royals fared back in the day

    In honour of A-Level results day, we have decided to round up the qualifications the royal family managed to secure during their education - and some of them are very surprising! Despite being educated at home before she received private lessons from the vice provost of Eton, Henry Marten, the Queen has actually never sat an academic exam in her life. "The Queen's father had disliked school and her mother thought it was more important to have fun," professor Kate Williams, author of Young Elizabeth, previously told Good Housekeeping. "Unlike her father, the Queen was and is very bright

  • Princess Diana had a secret second wedding dress – details

    The wedding dress that Diana, Princess of Wales wore in July 1981 will go down in history as one of the most iconic gowns of all time. But it turns out, Diana actually had a second wedding dress made for her – and she didn't even know it. Her designer David Emanuel and his then-wife Elizabeth created an additional, less lavish gown for their own "peace of mind". The couple were so paranoid that the design would be leaked that they had a back-up dress made. "At the time we wanted to make absolutely sure that the dress was a

  • Will the Queen answer your letters?

    It isn't surprising that plenty of people enjoy writing to the Queen, but what are the chances of Her Majesty actually replying to the correspondence? While it would appear that the Queen rarely, if ever, responds to correspondence from the public, the monarch does in fact spend a portion of her day reading letters from the public, and the official royal website states that she has a "keen interest" in reading the letters. She will often give her response to one of her ladies-in-waiting or her Private Secretaries to send on her behalf. The Queen reads letters from the public

  • The reason why the Duchess of Cornwall is not known as the Princess of Wales

    Prince Charles' wife Camilla is known among the royal family and the public as the Duchess of Cornwall, but as the Prince of Wales' spouse, she is technically Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales. Ever since their marriage in 2005, it was decided that Camilla would use her husband's secondary designation of Cornwall and not Wales, and the reason is simple. The title Princess of Wales was so strongly associated with Charles' first wife Diana, that it seemed more appropriate for Camilla to take on a different title – and to avoid any tension or ill feeling from