Prince Charles opened up about his future fourth grandchild during his royal visit to Ghana, admitting that he's worried for what lies ahead in the world due to environmental issues such as plastic pollution. He warned that future generations will face a "completely polluted, damaged and destroyed world" unless action is taken – as well as speaking openly about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming arrival. According to the Daily Telegraph, Charles said: "I am about to have another grandchild actually. I suspect quite a few of you may too have grandchildren or will do soon." Meghan and Harry
Following their whirlwind 16-day tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are ready to undertake their next set of engagements. This week, in honour of Remembrance Day and the Armistice Centenary, the royal couple - who are expecting their first baby together - will join senior members of the royal family to mark the end of the First World War. And on Saturday evening, this will be the first time Prince Harry and of course his wife Meghan will attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Prince Harry and Meghan will
The Duke of Cambridge has thanked his well-wishers for sending him a note in honour of his 36th birthday in June. The sweet thank you card was accompanied by a portrait of Prince William, which was taken last year by GQ photographer Norman Jean Roy. "The Duke of Cambridge was touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the occasion of his 36th birthday," the message read. "It was really thoughtful of you and His Royal Highness sends you his warmest thanks and best wishes." Prince William sent this thank you card for his 36th birthday This
It's heartwarming to imagine five-year-old Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte, three, singing Happy Birthday to their grandfather on his 70th birthday next week, but as HELLO! can reveal there is already a very special recording of the celebratory verse dedicated to Prince Charles which can be heard in the video below. Prince Charles will turn 70 on 14 November During a whistle-stop tour to the UK, The Three Degrees, often credited as being his favourite group and so nicknamed Charlie's Angels, sang on video exclusively for the Prince as they told HELLO! how privileged they feel to know him.
Since marrying Prince Harry in May, Meghan Markle's life has drastically changed now that she is the Duchess of Sussex – including her say in all things political. As a new senior member of the royal family, Meghan, along with her husband and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, would not usually be expected to vote. While they have the right to, it is thought that they follow in the Queen's footsteps of staying neutral to political matter. Buckingham Palace previously told Newsweek that "by convention", members of the royal family "close to the Queen" do not exercise their
The royals are known for having some pretty strange eating habits; rare meat and seafood are discouraged, garlic is banned from Buckingham Palace and at the behest of Prince Charles, foie gras is no longer served at royal residences. The Queen herself also has some peculiar eating habits. Her majesty has an enormously sweet tooth, and her favourite dessert is chocolate perfection pie according to former royal chef Darren McGrady in his book Eating Royally. The Queen reportedly prefers less starchy foods and only eats potatoes and pasta occasionally, preferring to dine on grilled fish and green vegetables. She