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While her older sister Princess Eugenie is enjoying married life with her new husband, Jack Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice had her own fun on Wednesday night by celebrating Halloween in style! The eighth-in-line to the throne was spotted partying at Annabel's in Mayfair, London on the spookiest night of the year and certainly dressed for the occasion - as a unicorn! Dressed in a white midi-dress with a black waist belt, Beatrice completed the look with a bright lilac wig with a unicorn horn headpiece. Princess Beatrice dressed a unicorn Chelsy Davy also attended the same Halloween party as Beatrice, and wore a
Prince Charles appears to have taken inspiration from his new daughter-in-law Meghan Markle for his latest high-profile photoshoot. The future King, who turns 70 this month, has posed with his wife Camilla for a stunning Vanity Fair feature. And the beautiful photos that show Charles and Camilla at their London home, Clarence House, were taken by none other than Prince Harry and Meghan's official wedding photographer – Alexi Lubomirski. The photoshoot took place in early May, just weeks before Meghan joined the royal family. One particularly sweet portrait shows Charles, 69, and Camilla, 71, sitting in the Garden Room, with
The Duchess of Cambridge has poked fun at herself, saying she is still in the "learning" stages of gardening and that she wouldn't want anyone to see the fruits of her labour, just yet. Kate was speaking to members of staff at the Imperial War Museum in London during a visit on Wednesday, when she was shown letters her ancestors had written during the war. As she leafed through the papers, Kate said: "I think I saw one of the letters that one of them wrote home asking for cauliflower seeds. My grandmother loved gardening." Gardening was "a bit of
The Fab Four are set for a reunion next week. HELLO! has learnt that Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to join Prince William and Kate at the Festival of Remembrance Service on the evening of Saturday 10 November. This will be a very important milestone for newlywed Harry, who will be making his debut at the Royal British Legion event. Harry has never attended before despite having served in the army for ten years. The Royal Albert Hall event, which will be presented by Huw Edwards, commemorates all those who have lost their lives in conflicts. This year is
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have delighted fans by sharing one of their own personal photos to mark the end of their royal tour. Mum-to-be Meghan proudly cradled her blossoming baby bump in the sweet snap taken by Prince Harry during their final day in New Zealand, which was posted on the Kensington Palace official Instagram account on Thursday. "A message from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: 'Thank you New Zealand for the most wonderful last week of our tour. It has been a privilege to meet so many friendly Kiwis,'" the message read. "'Australia, Fiji, Tonga and NZ
With less than two weeks until Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, details are starting to emerge about the royal attendees who have been invited to a very special party hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark have confirmed they will attend the celebration in a post on the official Danish Royal Family website. The reception and dinner will be held in the State Rooms at the palace on Charles’ birthday – Wednesday 14 November - with close family and several other European royals expected to attend. It comes as no surprise that
The Queen and her family always have the support of various aides and staff on their royal tours and engagements, but there is one person who is never far from Her Majesty’s side – and chances are you’ve never noticed them. According to royal reporter Gordon Rayner, who has been on 20 royal tours, the monarch is always accompanied by a Royal Navy doctor on her travels, having researched the nearest hospitals in advance. The doctor carries equipment including a mobile defibrillator and emergency medicine around in case of emergency, and is said to never be more than a few