• Prince Harry and Meghan joking and pulling goofy faces at The WellChild Awards - all the pictures!

  • Prince Charles shares rare photo at home with special little friend

    Catching a glimpse of the royals off duty is a rare occasion, but the adorable moment when Prince Charles spotted an endangered red squirrel on his doorstep was captured and shared by Clarence House to mark National Wildlife Day. The Prince of Wales is Patron of the Wildlife Trusts, which is a group of charities that aim to provide a voice for wildlife in the UK. Animal lovers were delighted with the photo, with one fan writing:"To see a red squirrel is quite a rare sight but it's also a delight Your Highness, full marks for your efforts." READ:Prince Harry and

  • There's something extra special about Prince Charles' new car

    A Jaguar is a car fit for a Prince, but what about a Prince who's also a committed environmentalist? Prince Charles has solved the dilemma by opting for the Jaguar I-Paces, which is the British Royal Family’s first all-electric car. Charles arrived at the Royal Albert Hall to speak to children who have beneffited from the Children & the Arts charity which he founded in 2002. He joked about the £60,000 Loire Blue car by calling it, "Silent but deadly." A single charge could get Charles from Clarence House to his Highgrove retreat in Gloucestershire without stopping, but for the time-being

  • Princess Eugenie gives rare interview before wedding for this very important reason

    Princess Eugenie is set to get married to Jack Brooksbank in just over a month, and while the royal bride-to-be has been busy preparing for her big day, she has also made time to give an important interview on a cause very close to her heart. The 29-year-old is taking after her mum Sarah Ferguson when it comes to humanitarian work, and opened up this week about her campaign to fight modern day slavery through initiative Antislavery Collective, along with her best friend Julia de Boinville, who went to the same university as the Princess and has been working

  • The Queen paid tribute to Princess Diana exactly 21 years ago today -VIDEO

    On this day 21 years ago, the Queen paid tribute to Princess Diana on national television following her tragic death. Her Majesty delivered a live address to the nation where she addressed the tragic loss of the Diana – the mother of her two grandsons, Prince William and Prince Harry. Dressed in black, the monarch began: "Since last Sunday's dreadful news, we have seen throughout Britain and around the world an overwhelming expression of sadness of Diana's death. We have all been trying in our different ways to cope." Paying tribute to Diana as both the Queen and a