• Why 2019 will be a very special year for Princess Charlotte

    Princess Charlotte has had a very exciting year in 2018, with the birth of her baby brother Prince Louis making her a big sister. The little girl has also been a bridesmaid for her uncle Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, and has managed to steal the show at every public event she has attended, by waving and smiling at the adoring crowds. And in 2019, there will be another major milestone for the little princess – she will be starting primary school! Charlotte is already a full-time member at Willcocks Nursery School in west London, where she

  • Sarah Ferguson has been praised for her huge heart following latest appearance

    Sarah Ferguson has many causes close to her heart, and uses her social media platforms to highlight the charities that she has founded, and supports. Most recently, the mother-of-two travelled to the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) to give a talk on behalf of Imperial College. She posted a photo of herself during the speech on Instagram, and wrote: " I like to be a human bridge to speak about how refreshing it is that volunteers from British science and academia from @imperialcollege and all around the world have joined forces to encourage and support the human right

  • Prince Philip makes surprise appearance with the Queen and Zara Tindall in Balmoral

    It was a family affair on Sunday morning as the Queen was joined by her husband Prince Philip, 97, and many members of the royal family in Balmoral. The royal couple looked in great spirits as they attended church in the nearby village of Crathie, and were joined by Zara and Mike Tindall, the Duchess of Cornwall, Sophie Wessex, Prince Edward and their daughter, Lady Louise Windsor. This was the first time that Philip had been seen out since June, when he went carriage driving in Windsor days after his 97th birthday. He has missed a number of events this