• Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan release never-before-seen photograph in Kensington Gardens

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have delighted royal watchers by releasing a brand new photograph, ahead of their upcoming overseas tour and the Invictus Games in Sydney. Posing in front of what is thought to be Kensington Gardens' stunning scenery, the couple looked thrilled to be promoting the upcoming tournament, as they held a banner reading, "Invictus Games: Sydney 2018". The Australian event's official account tweeted the snap with a caption that read: "Fabulous to see The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Fly the Flag for #IG2018 ahead of their trip Down Under! We’re looking forward to hosting

  • Duchess Kate reveals one very cheeky thing about Prince George and her favourite hobby

    The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed one very cheeky thing that Prince George would do if he was having a go at one of her favourite hobbies, as she was shown around a photography display at the Victoria and Albert Museum on Wednesday evening. After being shown a pencil drawing by William Henry Fox Talbot she was told the camera inventor blamed his lack of ability in drawing on the pencil, which inspired him to invent photography. He wanted nature to draw its own picture on the paper instead of failing with the pencil, Martin Barnes, senior curator of

  • Prince William jokes about his bodyguards during visit to Battersea

    Whenever members of the royal family are out and about in public, they're usually accompanied by at least one personal protection officer, who discreetly walks by their side and is sometimes in plain clothes. But Prince William has joked that during a visit to Africa last week, he noticed that some of the endangered rhinos he saw had even more bodyguards than him. William was speaking at the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference in Battersea, when he said: "It is heartening to see so many of you here today, united by a common desire to end the illegal wildlife trade. I

  • Princess Diana's former stylist and confidante Anna Harvey has passed away

    Anna Harvey, the former stylist and confidante of Diana, Princess of Wales, has passed away aged 74. Before her retirement, she worked as the deputy editor of Vogue and in 1997 she was appointed the editorial director of Condé Nast New Markets. Anna was introduced to Princess Diana in 1980. She had been selected to help manage Diana's royal wardrobe shortly after the Princess' engagement to Prince Charles was announced. Reminiscing about their first meeting to Vogue, Anna said: "I was shaking like a leaf. But I took one look at her and thought, this isn't going to be too

  • The Royal Family shock after making typing error about Princess Eugenie's wedding

    With just one day to go until Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding, everyone is talking about their big day, including the Royal Family. And proving that they are just like the rest of us, the royal's official Twitter account caused quite the reaction after making a typing mistake in their latest post. It read: "Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jacksbrook", rather than Mr. Jack Brooksbank. Fans were quick to react to the typo, with one commenting: "Mr Jacksbrook? Er…close?" while another said: "I think you mean Jack Brooksbank." A third added: "Jacksbrook??" which was accompanied by a crying with

  • Princess Eugenie's wedding flowers have arrived in Windsor – see photo

    It's all go go go in the lead-up to Princess Eugenie's wedding, and the day before the nuptials, her rumoured florist Simon Lycett dropped a very big hint that he is taking charge of the flowers. Simon posted a photo as he arrived in Windsor on Thursday morning, just as the sun was rising. "Another early start for Team Lycett - and this time a little closer to home #haveflowerswilltravel #instafoliage #instaflower #simonsaysflowers," he wrote. Simon is the director of his eponymous florist company, which was established in 1993. According to his official website, he "has been fascinated by flowers

  • Celebrity Daily Edit: Kate Middleton reveals a cheeky fact about Prince George, Pippa Middleton prepares to give birth and more - video

    In today’s Celebrity Daily Edit, we reveal the one cheeky thing that Duchess Kate said George would do during a visit to the Victoria and Albert museum in London, and Pippa Middleton opens up about the aches and pains of pregnancy as she prepares to give birth to her first child. All this and more in HELLO!'s daily update - available every day from 5pm. Join us each day to make sure you're up to date with all the news about your favourite celebrities and royals. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Loading the player... var

  • Princess Eugenie and family arrive in Windsor day before royal wedding

    The big day is almost here! Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank have arrived in Windsor ahead of their royal wedding. The couple were pictured driving to Windsor Castle in one car, while the bride's sister Princess Beatrice, who is acting as maid of honour, was chauffeured in another with her parents Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York. Eugenie and Jack were all smiles, with the groom taking the wheel. The Queen's granddaughter appeared to be wearing her black and green, floral-printed Claudie Pierlot dress and a pair of gold heart earrings. She had her hair scooped

  • How Princess Eugenie is taking inspiration from Kate Middleton on her wedding day

    Princess Eugenie's big day is right around the corner, and the Order of Service has confirmed that she has taken inspiration from her cousin Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding back in 2011 by choosing the same hymn as the royal couple! The beautiful hymm, Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, is by Charles Wesley and is a popular choice for wedding services. The hymn is something of a royal tradition, as it was also sung at the wedding of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall back in 2011, and at the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles in