• Prince Charles shows off rare photo in sweet thank you card following 70th birthday

    A month after his 70th birthday celebrations, Prince Charles has sent his well-wishers a sweet thank you card. The special card, shared on royal blog account Crown Replies, the note read: "The Prince of Wales was very touched you took the trouble to write as you did on the occasion of his 70th birthday. His Royal Highness greatly appreciated your thoughtfulness and sends you his warmest thanks and very best wishes." The lovely note was accompanied by a rare portrait of the royal. Prince Charles has sent royal fans a lovely thank you message On his milestone birthday, which took place

  • Michelle Obama opens up about secret meeting with Meghan Markle

    It seems the Duchess of Sussex and Michelle Obama always have each other's backs. The good friends were recently reunited at London's Royal Festival Hall, where Michelle was promoting her new book and delivering an inspiring talk at an exclusive event. When asked by American radio host Ryan Seacrest about their meet-up, the former First Lady was forced to touch upon the subject. "You knew she was coming," Ryan asked, to which Michelle curtly replied: "Yeah, we're used to keeping secrets." Michelle was in London this month to deliver a talk Earlier this month, Kensington Palace confirmed to HELLO! that

  • See what the Queen gave her senior aide as a leaving present just before Christmas

    One of the Queen's most senior members of staff has left her role at the palace. Sally Osman worked as the director of royal communications for the monarch, but announced her resignation earlier this summer. On Tuesday, Sally was received by the Queen at Buckingham Palace and presented with a very special leaving gift – an investiture of the Insignia of a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order. Sally, who was considered one of the Queen's most senior PR chiefs, started working for the royal family as head of communications for Prince Charles and Camilla in 2013. Her role was

  • Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and royal family arrive for the Queen's Christmas lunch – all the photos

  • The Queen sells Christmas trees - this is how you can get one

    If you want to add a touch of royalty to your home at Christmas, here's your chance. The Queen's private Sandringham estate sells Christmas trees to the public each year - however, you have to be quick as hundreds have reportedly been snapped up. According to the royal household's website, locally-grown Christmas trees are available from the Sawmill during the winter months. Daily Mail states that the trees can cost between £20 and £120, netting the Queen a hefty £20,000 from this year's crop. Christmas is a very traditional affair for the royals Sandringham Sawmill, based on Sandringham Estate, produces timber

  • Palace reveals why Duchess of Cornwall missed the Queen's Christmas party

    The royals were out in full force to attend the Queen's pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, but there was one family member who was noticeably missing – the Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Charles was pictured arriving alone in a chauffeur-driven car, while his wife was nowhere to be seen. A spokesperson from their household Clarence House has confirmed that Camilla, 71, missed the lunch due to a heavy cold. She has also cancelled an appearance at the Olympia Horse Show on Wednesday evening. Prince Charles arrived at the Queen's party alone The Duchess was last seen in public on Friday

  • See Kate’s special hand-signed Christmas card

    The Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family to enjoy a pre-Christmas lunch with the Queen at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday afternoon, after a month of attending festive engagements and preparing for the big day. One thing Kate can confidently tick off her list is 'send Christmas cards' as it looks like she's really mastered the game this year. The Duchess sent a special Christmas card to a prominent member of the RAF Air Cadets, and hand-signed it 'Catherine'. The card featured the adorable photo of her family - Prince William, Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte -

  • Prince William to interview TV royalty David Attenborough for this special reason

    Broadcasting legend Sir David Attenborough is pretty much TV royalty, which makes Prince William an appropriate choice of interviewer for a special event next year. Kensington Palace have announced that William and David will attend the Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January, which engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. On day one of the event, William will interview David on stage, discussing his vital work over the decades and the importance of the natural world. The following day, William will join a panel discussion on mental health