• A look back at HELLO!'s exclusive interview with Princess Beatrice

    In an exclusive interview with HELLO! back in October 2017, Princess Beatrice revealed that the two most important women in her life are her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York and her grandmother the Queen. "I have two role models, my mother and my grandmother," she told HELLO! "They are both formidable women. I think having female role models is incredibly important and I am very lucky that I happen to be related to these two incredible women." In the interview, which took place in Toronto, Canada, during the Invictus Games organised by her cousin Prince Harry, the seventh in line

  • Prince Harry admits royal family 'panic' when they bump into the Queen

    Prince Harry has admitted that he and the rest of the royal family go into panic mode when they unexpectedly bump into the Queen. The monarch's grandson was speaking in a trailer for new series Queen of the World, where he advised a group of visitors to the palace to stay calm if they did see Her Majesty. "You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have and you've only been here two weeks! Have you bumped into the Queen yet?" Harry asked, before reassuring them: "If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor,

  • Buckingham Palace announces royal engagement of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston

    There's another royal wedding on the cards. The palace has announced the engagement of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Mr Thomas Kingston, with a statement from Gabriella's parents that read: "Prince and Princess Michael of Kent are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter Lady Gabriella Windsor to Mr Thomas Kingston. The engagement took place in August; Mr Kingston proposed on the Isle of Sark." The wedding is slated for spring 2019. Gabriella, 37, is a senior director for Branding Latin America and was formerly a columnist for HELLO! magazine, publishing interviews with celebrities under the column 'Ella meets…' She

  • Zara and Mike Tindall temporarily leave children for very special cause

    Zara Tindall is a hero. The Queen's granddaughter is taking on an epic bike ride with her husband Mike, just three months after giving birth to their daughter Lena. On Wednesday, the couple hopped on their bicycles at Herne Hill Velodrome in south London to travel to Dover for the day.  Zara, 37, and Mike, 39, are raising awareness and funds for the Blue Marine Foundation, which aims to protect the world's oceans. The parents-of-two are keen sailors and have a deep respect for the sea. Zara said: "Our oceans are constantly under threat and it's for that reason that

  • Eugenie opens up about unexpected trip just weeks before wedding

    Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding might be just around the corner, but first she's had an incredibly important visit to make to help women in crisis. Eugenie visited refugee women in Serbia last week to meet refugee survivors of trafficking, which she has described as an "eye opening" trip. She shared a few photos of the visit on Instagram and explained: "This time last week I had the honour of visiting Serbia with the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women @untrustfundevaw. I visited Astra to hear about its SOS hotline which provides support and services to survivors