• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's autumn tour dates revealed – see where they'll be visiting

    The dates and places that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be visiting on their autumn tour have been revealed by Kensington Palace. According to a statement, Harry and Meghan will visit Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand from Tuesday 16 October to Wednesday 31 October. Scroll down for full tour outline. Their official visit overseas will kick off in Sydney, followed by Dubbo, Melbourne and Fraser Island. The royals will then travel to Suva and Nadi in Fiji and Nuku'alofa in Tonga before returning for a brief stopover in Australia. They will then fly

  • Prince William handed gift for Prince George – but he doesn't seem very happy about it

    Prince William did his best to hide his irritation after he was presented with a gift for his five-year-old son Prince George, which he definitely – secretly – didn't approve of! During a visit to Newcastle last week, William was given a mini Newcastle United football shirt which had George's name and the number three printed on the back. The Duke, who is an avid Aston Villa fan, jokingly shook his head as he held up the shirt and said: "Oh my goodness. I don't know about this." After feigning disappointment, he smiled and added: "That's very kind." William openly

  • Prince Henrik of Denmark's ashes scattered six months after death

    The Danish royal family have gathered in private to scatter Prince Henrik's ashes. Queen Margrethe II's husband passed away in February and before his death, Henrik revealed his final wishes. The Danish palace has confirmed that his last wishes were met in a statement that read: "The prince wanted his ashes to be divided into two places. Half of his ashes were scattered in the private garden at Fredensborg Castle. The other half were scattered in Danish waters. The prince's wishes were met and the royal family gathered on both occasions." Henrik passed away on Tuesday 13 February, just before midnight,

  • Prince Philip once refused to accept a picture of the Queen - see his funny remark

    The royal family always receive presents from well-wishing members of the public during their engagements, but Prince Philip once refused to accept a gift at an engagement to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday in Windsor in 2016 - giving an amusing reason why he didn't want it. Photographer Paul Ratcliffe shared his funny anecdote in a series of tweets on Sunday, telling followers that as a birthday gift to the monarch he had framed one of his photos to present to her. "Royal Anecdote Time! HM's 90th Birthday - Windsor. HM other side of road. As special gift I'd framed

  • Prince William reveals Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis' favourite bedtime story

    Prince William has revealed the bedtime story he reads to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis - and it's a classic! The proud dad revealed The Gruffalo was "a hit" with his young children, as he met with the book's author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler at the Tusk Rhino Trail outside his home at Kensington Palace on Monday evening. The duo have decorated one of 21 model rhinos with characters from their book The Ugly Five as part of a project to raise awareness of the "critical threat" facing rhino populations at the hands of poachers. The