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Prince William admits he wishes Prince Charles spent more time with his children

Prince William has reflected upon what Prince Charles is like as a grandfather to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, saying he’s "brilliant". The Duke of Cambridge spoke candidly about his dad for the new BBC documentary to celebrate his 70th birthday, called Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70. However, he did admit he wished his father was able to spend more time with the children, saying: "When he’s there, he’s brilliant" but "we need him there as much as possible". As well as being grandfather to Prince William and Kate’s three children, Charles will have another grandchild when

Prince Harry reveals how he asked Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle

The Duke of Sussex has opened up about the moment he asked Prince Charles to walk Meghan down the aisle at their royal wedding, after her father Thomas Markle was unable to attend. Prince Harry revealed that his dad immediately said yes when asked to carry out the important role in their wedding ceremony at St George’s Chapel on 19 May. Paying tribute to his dad for the new BBC documentary celebrating Charles’ 70th birthday, Harry said: "I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming, and he immediately said 'yes, of course, I'll do whatever Megan

Prince Charles vows he won't be a meddling monarch

Prince Charles has revealed he will not "meddle" in public affairs when he becomes King. Speaking in a BBC documentary to mark his 70th birthday, the royal acknowledged he would not be "able to do the same things I've done as heir" as he recognises being heir to the throne and head of state are two different roles. "I think it's vital to remember there's only room for one sovereign at a time, not two," he explained in the hour-long programme. "So, you can't be the same as the sovereign if you're the Prince of Wales or the heir." Prince

Prince William and Kate Middleton will be at a hostel next week – here's why

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to embark on a new joint engagement on Wednesday to visit South Yorkshire. There, they will be officially opening McLaren Automotive's new Composites Technology Centre, before going on to Barnsley's local Centrepoint hostel. Prince William has been the Patron of Centrepoint since 2005, following in the footsteps of his late mother, Princess Diana, and the pair will meet young people who are being supported by the charity. The hostel supports over 60 homeless young people from the local area every day, and helps get them back into education and employment, During

Prince William reveals he's trying to persuade Prince George to watch this classic show

Prince William has opened up about his relationship with his eldest son, Prince George, and admitted that he is trying to convince him to watch the 1981 classic cartoon Danger Mouse with him. The Prince told this to the show's creator Brian Cosgrove, who received an OBE at Buckingham Palace for his services to the UK's animation industry on Wednesday. Chatting about their conversation as he was presented with the medal, Brian said: "He said, 'I grew up on them, you did Wind of the Willows, didn't you?' and I said, 'Yes, I did', and he said, 'Wonderful'." Prince William

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's aides apologise for late reply following royal wedding

Shortly after their May nuptials, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed that they were "overwhelmed" by all the kind cards and letters they have received. However, six months on from the royal wedding, well-wishers are still being sent their replies - with the Palace apologising for delay. In a post shared on royal blog Gert's Royals, Claudia Spens - who is head of the Correspondence Section at Clarence House - has been sending royal fans a separate note to explain the delay as well as thanking those who sent a kind donation to one of the charities Prince

Princess Beatrice opens up about her bullying ordeal and how mum Sarah Ferguson helped her

Princess Beatrice bravely opened up about her experience with online bullying on Wednesday at the Web Summit in Lisbon. The 30-year-old gave advice to those who are going through the same ordeal, reassuring others that speaking out is the best solution. She told the Thomas Reuters Foundation at the summit: "Being a young girl, but now being 30 and a woman working full-time in technology, I feel very grateful for those experiences. But at that time it was very challenging." Beatrice also said that her mum, Sarah Ferguson, had been there for her. "She has been through a lot,"

Who is Lady Louise Windsor? Everything you need to know about the royal

Happy Birthday to Lady Louise Windsor! The young royal is celebrating her 15th birthday on Thursday, and in honour of the occasion, HELLO! has rounded up everything you need to know about her. As the eldest daughter of Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, Louise is 13th in line to the throne and is the Queen's youngest granddaughter. She recently played an important role at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding, acting as a special attendant. The teenager looked lovely dressed in blue as she helped the little bridesmaids and pageboys up the stairs of St. George's Chapel. Lady

How Prince Louis' first Christmas will be celebrated differently

With just over a month to go until Christmas, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be getting excited for the big day just like their friends. And it will be an extra-special celebration this year for the Cambridge family as it will mark Prince Louis' first Christmas. Every year, the Royal Family spend the 25 December together in Sandringham, and unlike the majority of families in the UK who wait until the day itself to open their presents, they celebrate slightly differently. Marlene Koenig, royal historian and founder of Royal Musings, told HELLO!: "The British royals still follow the

Little boy behind Meghan Markle's pasta necklace raises over £4,000 for charity

Six-year-old Gavin from Australia was delighted when he handed Meghan Markle a homemade pasta necklace during her royal tour Down Under, particularly when the Duchess of Sussex immediately put on the homemade jewellery. Since Gavin's sweet moment with the royal, the youngster has gone on to sell more of his crafty creations online from the website imadeyouanecklace.com, which was inspired from the sign he was holding when he met the Duchess. Meghan wore the necklace the little boy made her Speaking about the moment he met Meghan, his mum Rowan said that her son "woke up with a cough" and wanted