• Prince George and Princess Charlotte play starring roles at Kate Middleton's friend's wedding

    Following on from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding in May, Prince George and Princess Charlotte stepped back into the roles of pageboy and bridesmaid on Saturday as they attended the wedding of the Duchess of Cambridge's close friend, Sophie Carter. Sophie – who is also godmother to Charlotte – tied the knot to Robert Snuggs at St Andrew's Episcopal Church in Norfolk, in front of guests including Prince William and Kate and Carole and Michael Middleton. Kate's younger brother James was also in attendance, while Pippa – who is expecting her first baby with husband James

  • Prince Harry and Meghan have started to mirror each other's moves - see the sweet photos

    Prince Harry supported his wife Meghan Markle at the launch of her first solo project as a Royal Family member this week, and the newly-weds proved to be a strong unit as they mirrored each other's happy body language during the event. As Harry and Meghan met the brave female survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy who contributed recipes to the Duchess of Sussex's new cookbook, Together: Our Community Kitchen, they copied each other's adorable hand gestures and excited facial expressions - how sweet! Read on to see more copycat moments This isn't the first time that Meghan and Harry have mirrored

  • Exclusive: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle didn't hear the choir until their wedding day

    The choir who performed at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have revealed that their song was changed 11 times before they found the perfect arrangement. In an exclusive interview with Hello! magazine, Karen Gibson of The Kingdom Choir says that Meghan and Harry’s changes to the song 'Stand by Me' were so last-minute that they only heard the perfect performance for the first time inside St George’s Chapel, Windsor, during the marriage ceremony. The Kingdom Choir outside Kensington Palace "We were asked to sing Stand by Me so we put down an arrangement that was pure gospel,