• Harry and Meghan's royal tour of Fiji: all the best pictures from day one

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Fiji on Tuesday - beginning their three-day visit to the South Pacific island. Arriving at Suva’s Nausori airport, Harry and Meghan were first greeted by Melanie Hopkins, the High Commissioner and chief of protocol, Jonetani Tagivetaua. After disembarking from their Qantas charter flight in light rain and strong winds, forcing the Duchess to hold on to her hat, the couple were introduced to the Hon Frank Bainamara, Fiji’s Prime Minister and his wife, Maria, Ro Teimumu Kepa, leader of the opposition, Alessandro Truppia, the High Commissioner’s wife and Rear Admiral Viliame

  • Duchess Meghan just revealed the adorable wedding gift Prince Charles gave her

    The Duchess of Sussex has revealed what is thought to be a wedding present gifted to her by her father-in-law Prince Charles – the beautiful tennis bracelet she has been spotted wearing on three public occasions. It's clear Meghan is very fond of the pretty piece! She was first seen wearing it on the night before her royal wedding day, then a few days later at a Buckingham Palace reception to celebrate the Prince of Wales' upcoming 70th birthday – and on Tuesday, she wore it once again for her arrival in Fiji for the next leg of her

  • Why the Queen wore a tiara during Fiji visit and Meghan Markle didn't

    It's been 65 years since the Queen and Prince Philip made an historical trip to Fiji during their six-month Commonwealth Tour in 1953. And now, their grandson Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle have made the same one. The royal couple, who announced their baby news to the world last week, looked picture perfect after arriving at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva for a lavish reception hosted by the president of Fiji. For the black tie reception, the Duchess of Sussex dazzled in diamonds and a full-length cape blue dress by label Safiyaa, created by German-born

  • Another princess is joining Queen Maxima and Kate Middleton at state banquet – find out who

    The Queen is preparing to host a spectacular state banquet for the Dutch royals at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening. And while many VIP guests have already been confirmed – including Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall – there are some lesser-known royals who are also set to make an appearance. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands will be reunited with their sister-in-law Princess Mabel. Mabel is the widow of the king's brother Prince Friso, who sadly died five years ago following a ski accident. She lives in London with her two daughters, 13-year-old Countess Luana and

  • The Queen welcomes King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima on state visit – live updates

    King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands were treated to a grand ceremonial welcome as they arrived for their first UK state visit on Tuesday. The Dutch king and queen were met by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Dutch ambassador's residence in the morning, after which the group travelled to Horse Guards Parade. Willem-Alexander and Maxima, who have a good relationship with the British royal family, were then formally welcomed by the Queen. As is tradition in a ceremonial welcome, the Guard of Honour gave a Royal Salute and presentations were made. The Dutch national

  • See Prince Harry's amazing response to palace aides when told to end conversation with military widow

    The Duke of Sussex was left rather unimpressed when his royal aides tried to hurry him along during an important conversation with a serviceman's widow. On Friday, Prince Harry was joined by Invictus ambassador Gwen Cherne on the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb in which they talked about grief and loss. Ms Cherne, whose husband served in Cambodia, Afghanistan and Iraq and took his own life in February this year, shared a hug with Harry before they were interrupted. "He stopped and said, 'I'm in a middle of a conversation, and I'm not going to leave this,'" she told People. Prince

  • Video: Every time Princes William and Harry, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle were #SQUADGOALS

    After years of appearing as a trio, in February 2018 the fab four united for their first official engagement as Meghan Markle joined fiancé Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum. The foursome had previously appeared together for the first time in December at Sandringham, when they all attended church together on Christmas Day. The fab four have since appeared together for numerous public engagements including Anzac Day and Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey and most recently at the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. For all of

  • Royal family dazzle at the Queen's lavish state banquet – live updates

  • Prince Louis pictured with Prince William and Kate Middleton on special milestone

    It's the half term holidays for Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and the Cambridge family have a busy week ahead of them! While they tend to go to their home in Anmer Hall in Norfolk during the school breaks, on Tuesday Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge were in London ahead of the state banquet with the Dutch royal family. The doting parents took their youngest, Prince Louis with them to the capital, and were seen arriving by helicopter at Kensington Palace by a royal fan, who then posted a video on Twitter, which was picked up by Tea Time With