• Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attend important secret engagement – details

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a secret engagement on Tuesday evening! The royal couple went to a commemorative dinner at Kensington Palace with the African Parks Network, of which Prince Harry is President - and earlier that day, the Duke had attended a meeting at Buckingham Palace with the organisation. The notice read: "The Duke of Sussex, President, African Parks Network, and The Duchess of Sussex this evening attended a Commemorative Dinner at Kensington Palace." The royal couple attended a private dinner African Parks is a conservation NGO, founded in 2000, that manages national parks and protected areas on behalf

  • Clarence House include iconic Princess Diana photograph in 70th birthday tribute to Prince Charles

    Clarence House have included a beautiful family photograph of Princess Diana in their birthday tribute to Prince Charles on Twitter. The Prince of Wales celebrates his 70th birthday on Wednesday, and he and the Duchess of Cornwall's official account posted a sweet montage of pictures to mark the occasion. Amongst many snaps of Charles with wife Camilla, enjoying his passion for sport and spending time with his beloved family, one poignant photo of Charles and Diana with their young children also appears. Image: Twitter @ClarenceHouse The video was simply captioned: "Happy 70th birthday to HRH The Prince of Wales," gaining many retweets

  • Royal photographer Chris Jackson reveals story behind Prince Charles' 70th birthday portraits

    Royal photographer Chris Jackson was once again given the honour to take candid pictures of the royal family. To mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday on Wednesday, the Palace released two portraits - taken by the Getty Images photographer - showing the heir to the throne posing alongside his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, his sons Prince William and Prince Harry, his daughters-in-law Kate and Meghan, and his three young grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The royals posed to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday Chris, who has worked closely with the royal family to capture various historic moments over

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton visit South Yorkshire on Prince Charles' 70th birthday

  • Prince Charles jokes about turning 70 after receiving hilarious presents

    Prince Charles has joked about living life at a slower pace after being handed a hilarious gift for his 70th birthday on Wednesday afternoon. Royal journalists presented the Prince with a silver '70' balloon and a bottle of grey squirrel repellent, before he laughed: "Where do you find these terrible things?" They then asked if he had plans to slow down at all, and he replied: "I don't know, you may see it soon, I'm sure." Camilla then joked: "I doubt it!" The couple looked in happy spirits as they thanked journalists for their well-wishes and walked away with

  • Prince William laughs at royal protocol with young dinner guests

    During his visit to a Centrepoint homelessness service in South Yorkshire on Wednesday, Prince William showed his relaxed side by laughing at the protocol guidelines given to people before his arrival with Kate. While sitting down for the lunch that he had helped prepare with his wife, William joked with the woman sitting next to him about a little card they’d been given to help with how to address the royal couple and other protocol. Among other advice, it recommended calling royals "Your Royal Highness" and, on second mention, "Sir or Ma’am (rhymes with tram)." Chelsea Jenkins, who sat

  • Prince Charles' 70th birthday: see Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie and other royals arrive at Buckingham Palace

  • The Queen gives the most touching toast to Prince Charles on his 70th birthday

    The Queen hosted a party for her son Prince Charles on Wednesday evening, and there can't have been a dry eye in the palace after she delivered a touching toast for him. In front of guests, which included the royal family and members from royal families across Europe, the mother-of-four said: "It is a privilege for any mother to be able to propose a toast to her son on his 70th birthday. It means that you have lived long enough to see your child grow up. It is rather like —to use an analogy I am certain will find