• Mia Tindall steals the show during family day out with royal family

    It was a fun-filled day for some of the youngest members of the royal family on Saturday as they enjoyed spending time together at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire. Mike and Zara Tindall's eldest daughter Mia, four, was joined by her cousins seven-year-old Savannah and six-year-old Isla Phillips, as well as her mum Zara - who was taking part in day two of the Whatley Manor Horse Trials. The young trio were pictured enjoying ice cream while running around in the grass as Zara took care of newborn daughter Lena. Princess Anne was also in attendance, and was seen doting

  • Sarah Ferguson follows in the Queen's footsteps after special meeting

    Sarah Ferguson is renowned for fronting worthy campaigns and is often travelling around the world to attend charity galas and fight good causes. And late last week, the mother-of-two took a trip to Gothenburg, Sweden for an extra special meeting, where she attended the Perfect World Foundation gala dinner to present an honorary award to Sir David Attenborough. David – who met up with the Queen earlier in the year in her gardens at Buckingham Palace – looked delighted to see Sarah, who he met up with prior to the awards at a photocall at Gothenburg Botanical Gardens. Posing

  • Princess Eugenie's royal wedding to last two days - and these A-list guests are attending

    With just over a month to go until Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's big day, everyone is getting geared up for the second royal wedding of the year. And on Sunday, more details about their nuptials have been revealed, and the couple are certainly going to be making it a wedding to remember! The celebrations which start on Friday 12 October, will spread out over two days, according to The Sunday Times, with this extending to a post-wedding lunch hosted by Eugenie's grandmother, the Queen, on the evening of the ceremony. This will be held at Royal Lodge in

  • The Queen goes to church with these very high-profile guests 

    The Queen was joined by some special guests as she attended the service at Crathie Kirk on Sunday morning. Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Phillip May joined Her Majesty and her granddaughter-in-law Autumn Phillips in Scotland’s Aberdeenshire for the service. The Queen also attended with Prince Charles and Camilla, as her annual summer break in Balmoral draws to an end for the year. Autumn Phillips - who is married to Princess Anne’s son and the Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips - sat with her grandmother-in-law in the car as they led the convoy to church with the Prime