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She is the world's longest-ruling monarch, so it comes as no surprise that the Queen has a substantial amount of money. Even though many details of the monarch's fortune are kept private, it is believed that Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family's net worth is in the millions - approximately £402 million as of 2016, according to Forbes. Despite being the Queen of the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, she is also Head of the Commonwealth and is also the Royal Patron of more than 600 charities. Buckingham Palace, is the most iconic royal residence. The Queen was
Princess Beatrice looked close to tears as she gave an empowering speech about never facing anything alone. The royal, who was a guest speaker at the WE Day UN in New York, took to the stage in front of thousands of young people and admitted: "As a young working woman in the public life, I have had to learn some lessons the hard way, but those lessons have taught me to be strong and to never give up." Beatrice, whose younger sister Princess Eugenie is due to marry next month, highlighted three important messages. Her final was the most poignant,
Some fans of the royal family are convinced the Duchess of Sussex has had elocution lessons after watching her speak in the ITV documentary, Queen of the World earlier this week. In the documentary, which looks at the Commonwealth, Meghan opens up about how she incorporated flowers from every Commonwealth nation on her veil, and viewers were quick to point out how her voice has noticeably changed. One person commented: "Meghan's developed a case of Madonna's Accent Change #QueenOfTheWorld," while another added: "Meghan Markle is an actress, arguably a mimic, and is now saturated in British culture... and people
The Duchess of Cambridge is making her much-anticipated return to the spotlight as she resumes her official duties next week. But Kate's first engagement post-maternity leave will be surprisingly informal. The mother-of-three will visit the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in London and given the outdoorsy tone of the day, fans can expect to see Kate dressed down in very casual clothes. During her visit on Tuesday, Kate will meet children who will be taking part in green-fingered activities. She will learn about the positive impact the Forest School has on children's emotional and physical wellbeing and will
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a very exciting date in the diary. The couple are making their first joint official visit to Sussex – their namesake county – on Wednesday 3 October. Harry was given his dukedom and new title from the Queen back in May when he married Meghan, and the former actress subsequently received a royal title. The Duke and Duchess will visit both East and West Sussex, starting the day in Chichester. They will make a stop at Edes House where they will be shown the rare Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence. The Duke
Ahead of his 70th birthday celebrations in November, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are to tour Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria. On Thursday, Clarence House confirmed that the royal couple will begin their tour in The Gambia on 31 October to celebrate The Gambia's return into the Commonwealth in February this year. They will be welcomed to the country by the President of The Gambia, His Excellency Mr. Adama Barrow, at a ceremony in McCarthy Square in the Capital City of Banjul. This trip marks Prince Charles' first visit to The Gambia. Scott Furssedonn-Wood, Charles' deputy private secretary, said
The Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge are both extremely dedicated to their charity work and choose to champion different issues close to their hearts. But on this rare occasion, Camilla and Kate's causes have overlapped. Children's mental health charity Place2Be, of which Kate is patron, has joined forces with The National Literacy Trust, one of Camilla's patronages, for a very special reason. After research conducted by The National Literacy Trust found that children who enjoy reading and writing tend to have better mental health, Place2Be decided to create some tips alongside the Trust for parents and carers
Prince Harry has been lucky enough to meet some incredible people through his charitable work, and while he is known to put a smile on the faces of those that he meets, there was one rare occasion where the royal was left a little red faced! Back in 2014 at the We Day assembly at Wembley Arena, Harry gave a speech while attending the annual youth empowerment event, as well as meeting guests including schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai – who heroically stood up to the Taliban and defended her rights to education. Co-founder of the event, Craig Kielburger, told HELLO!
Princess Eugenie has admitted she's been daydreaming about her royal wedding as the big day gets closer. The bride-to-be took to Instagram to share a throwback post from a magazine photoshoot showing her in a reflective mood, writing: "#tbt to some serious daydreaming going on here. Pre-wedding vibes! @harpersbazaarus @alexbramall." The photo was taken during an interview Eugenie did with Harper's Bazaar US in 2016, in which she opened up about her daily routine. The rare interview gave a fascinating insight into her relationship with her long-term partner Jack, revealing they were just like any other couple. Speaking about how