Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones, granddaughter of the Queen's late sister Princess Margaret, captured hearts when she was eight as one of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's adorable bridesmaids during their royal wedding in 2011. Now aged sixteen, the young royal is all grown up and took her GCSE exams this summer. On Thursday, Margarita, like most others her age, will be facing the results day nerves as she finds out how she did. The 22nd in line to the throne attends St Mary's School in Ascot, which is also attended by Lady Louise Windsor, the daughter of the Earl of
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been enjoying some time off from royal duties over the past few weeks, and they have certainly managed to cram a lot in during their break! The couple were last seen out in public at the beginning of August, which also happened to be Meghan's birthday, when they attended the wedding of Prince Harry's childhood friend Charlie van Straubenzee and his now-wife Daisy Jenks. The pair appeared loved-up as they left the ceremony together hand-in-hand, and were joined by other royal guests including Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie – who is set to
The beginning of a new school year is an exciting, and sometimes daunting time, and it is certainly no different for the young royals - who just like every other child - will be looking forward to meeting their new teacher, and seeing their friends following the summer break. And while Prince George and Princess Charlotte won't be returning to school until September, the new term starts a little bit earlier for Princess Estelle of Sweden. The young royal was pictured walking to school with her parents Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden in Stockholm on Tuesday.
This September Mia Tindall will become the latest member of the royal family to start school. Last year Prince George melted hearts with his solemn expression on his first day at Thomas' Battersea, and 28 years earlier, Prince Harry made a memorable entrance to Wetherby School, looking adorable in his school uniform. In 1994 Princess Beatrice attended Upton House School in Windsor for the first time with mum Sarah Ferguson taking charge of the school bags. Take a look at all the royals on their first day of school in the video below. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Loading the player...
Chris Jackson, a well known royal photographer who is always on hand to snap the royals on behalf of Getty Images, has revealed some very exciting royal news! The award-winning snapper shared a photo of his brand new coffee table book, Modern Monarchy, on Instagram, and gave fans a sneak peek of the inside pages on his Instagram stories, which included stunning snaps of Princes Harry and William. Chris Jackson's new book Writing alongside the picture, he revealed what royal watchers can expect from the book, explaining: "When over a year of hard work becomes something physical and tangible that you
Sarah Ferguson is gearing up for a very important role this October - and that is mother-of-the-bride! Speaking on The One Show earlier this month, the 58-year-old - whose youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie, is set to marry her partner Jack Brooksbank on 12 October - revealed that she understands why mothers get emotional at weddings. "I do understand why mothers cry at weddings now," she confessed. "All my life I've thought: 'What is she crying for? It's lovely, it's a great day.' But it's just the little one, my little girl." Sarah is incredibly close to her daughters Looking ahead to
Members of the royal family are regularly seen bowing and curtsying to The Queen as a show of respect to the monarch. The Duchess of Sussex will eventually have to curtsy to her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, but only after she is crowned Queen Consort, as members of the British royal family do not bow or curtsy to each other, but to the monarch and other visiting foreign royals. Royal watchers speculated that Harry and Meghan forgot to show their respects to the Queen at their wedding on 19 May, however the pair did indeed bow and curtsy,
It's a well-known tradition for the Queen to spend her summer holiday at Balmoral Castle, where she is joined by other members of the royal family. The 92-year-old monarch, who has been visiting her Scottish residence since she was a young child, fills her time up with various activities including; picnics by the River Dee, deer stalking and long walks. Speaking with her former press secretary Dickie Arbiter, it seems the place is "home from home" for the Queen. "She has been going there regularly from the middle to the end of July right through to the beginning of