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A very sweet insight into the Queen's relationship with her younger sister Princess Margaret has been uncovered – revealing that Her Majesty would often take care of Margaret's children, Lady Sarah Chatto and David Armstrong-Jones, when she wanted to get away and take a holiday. Royal biographer Christopher Warwick told the documentary Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal: "Margaret and Tony had no compunction about going off on holiday and leaving the children behind. Very often, they were left in the care of the Queen – the Queen had David and Sarah, you know - and they loved it." The Queen
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding florist Philippa Craddock has opened up about the mammoth task of arranging the flowers for the royal couple's wedding – as well as the one thing that went wrong as she prepared for the big day. "It was much warmer than we were expecting it to be… there was a particular flower that we weren't able to use so we substituted it for something else. But just keeping completely relaxed was important," she said in a video published by Country Living magazine. Philippa created the beautiful blooms for the big day The theme of
It's the second biggest royal wedding of the year, so it's no wonder the final preparations have been put in place. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who announced their engagement in January, have sent out their wedding invitations to the members of the public who will be stationed outside the grounds. One of the guests took to Twitter to share a picture of the coveted invite, which reads: "I am delighted to enclose your Entry Cards for attendance in the precincts of Windsor Castle on Friday 12th October 2018 to celebrate the marriage of HRH Princess Eugenie of York
Princess Diana would light up every room she walked into, and luckily for Lea Salonga, the singer was able to experience the royal's angelic presence firsthand. The Filipina artist was playing the lead role of Kim in Miss Saigon when Diana attended one of her performances in 1989, in aid of The Prince's Trust. "Everybody in the company was nervous because we all remembered her royal wedding," Lea told HELLO!. "She was so beautiful and very tall. It's almost like in Lord of the Rings when Galadriel walks into the room – it's kind of like that feeling. I think
Royal watchers and culinary fans have been rushing to buy a new cookbook supported by the Duchess of Sussex, Together: Our Community Cookbook. But it appears a lucky few have already bagged their own copies delivered straight from Kensington Palace. Meghan's close friend Serena Williams has revealed that her copy arrived in the post as she took to Instagram Stories to show it off. Flicking through the hardback, Serena said: "This book is called Together. It's a community cookbook that the Duchess of Sussex just put out today. It's already number one on Amazon. And I just got my copy
Surprise! Meghan Markle was joined by her mother Doria Ragland as she launched her new cookbook at Kensington Palace. The Duchess' mum met the group of women who helped create the charity cookbook following last year's Grenfell Tower fire, introducing herself and saying, "I'm Meg's mum" while adding she was "head over heels" proud of her daughter. The launch took place in a marquee in the grounds of the palace, with Meghan, a self-professed foodie, playing host. She was also supported by her husband Prince Harry. The royals and social worker Doria chatted to women from the Hubb Community Kitchen, who were
There isn’t long to go before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kick-start their autumn tour, which begins in Sydney on Tuesday 16 October. And while the newlyweds have plenty of people on hand to help them throughout their overseas trip, it will be Meghan's mum Doria Ragland who they will be reaching out to for top tips, as she used to work as a travel agent. In an interview with Canadian lifestyle publication BayStBull in 2015, Meghan opened up about her passion for travelling and food, which were two main topics of her now closed-down blog, The Tig. She
Unlike many royal couples, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spoken publicly about their relationship. In an interview with Katie Couric, William expressed his regret at his mother Princess Diana’s absence from the pair’s nuptials: "I think she would have loved the day and I think, hopefully, she'd be very proud of us both." After announcing their engagement in 2010, Kate gave a unique insight into the royal couple's relationship: "You know, over the years William has looked after me, he's treated me very well." For the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s sweetest quotes about each other, see the video below. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Loading the player...
It appears Prince Harry enjoyed the food on offer at the launch of his wife Meghan's cookbook on Thursday - so much so, that he couldn't resist sneaking some extra out with him! The Duke of Sussex was spotted pinching some samosas in a video shared on Twitter by ITV journalist Chris Ship, then promptly hiding them behind his back when he started chatting to a group outside Kensington Palace. After realising he'd been caught, the Prince gave a cheeky laugh to the cameras in the amusing clip. Harry was on hand to support Meghan as she celebrated the launch