• Picture of Meghan Markle embracing Kate Middleton goes viral - see it here

    It's been a turbulent few weeks for the Duchess of Cambridge and new royal the Duchess of Sussex, with newspaper reports suggesting the sisters-in-law are not quite the close friends we'd all hoped for. Whatever the reality of the situation, there was no sign of animosity between Kate and Meghan at the royal family's traditional Christmas Day church service on Tuesday. Arriving at St Mary's Magdalene in Norfolk, the pair were all smiles and surprised waiting photographers with a brief embrace. Did you see it? As the ladies passed through the church gates, Meghan placed a caring hand on

  • Everyone's talking about Meghan Markle's Christmas Day curtsy – see the clip

    Duchess Meghan's curtsy to the Queen was headline news a year ago. The then fiancée to Prince Harry attended her very first Christmas Day church service at Sandringham and was new to royal protocol. Royal fans all watched as the former Suits actress performed her first curtsy to the monarch in front of millions, with many commenting that her curtsy was not deep enough. It must be a tough move to perfect. Fast forward to Christmas Day 2018 and Meghan has clearly been practising the respectful gesture. Pictured with her husband Prince Harry, alongside the Duke and Duchess of

  • Sarah Ferguson just shared the sweetest Christmas message to her family

    It has been quite a year for Sarah, Duchess of York and her family. Her daughter Princess Eugenie married businessman Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle in October, treating us to the second royal wedding of the year. While Princess Beatrice has a new boyfriend, Italian property developer Edoardo Mapelli, who she has reportedly been dating since September. Feeling the festive joy, Sarah took to her social media pages to share a Christmas message to her followers in which she said thanks for such a happy year with her family. The former royal posted a compilation of black and white

  • This is what the royal family do on Boxing Day

    For most of us, Boxing Day is a day to stay in your PJs, eat turkey leftovers and enjoy a movie marathon while the kids play with all their new toys. The odd walk may feature. After the excitement and socialising of Christmas Eve and the big day itself, Boxing Day is a time to relax and unwind. But have you ever wondered what the royal family get up to on the day after Christmas? Do they eat turkey sandwiches and binge on Netflix like the rest of us or is it more formal dining and charades in the

  • Meghan Markle's baby bump in pictures: watch the evolution up to Christmas Day