As we approach New Year's Eve we're taking a look back at some of the stories which were most read by you, our wonderful HELLO! readers - and this one about the Duchess of Sussex and her due date was up there at the top! The story was originally published in October, when Meghan had been thought to be around 12 weeks pregnant as she and Prince Harry announced their exciting baby news. But according to singer Missy Higgins, who met Meghan in Sydney during the royal tour of Australasia, the mum-to-be revealled she was probably further along than we thought
Royal couple Prince Mihailo and Princess Ljubica welcome their first baby – find out the gender and name
Christmas was definitely a special day for our royal family, with everyone including the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex reuniting to attend church with the Queen. But over in Belgrade, the Serbian royal family were welcoming their newest family member, a baby girl. Prince Mihailo and Princess Ljubica welcomed their first daughter on Boxing Day, with His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander, Prince Mihailo's cousin, making the announcement. The statement read: "His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander announces with joy that Their Royal Highnesses Prince Mihailo and Princess Ljubica had a baby girl Natalija in Belgrade on Wednesday, 26 December
The Royal Family attended the annual Remembrance Day service in November, and the question on all our readers' lips was, why were Meghan and Kate on different balconies? The question made this story one of our most read stories of 2018. As you may recall, the service was led by Prince Charles as he lay a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of the Queen. And watching on were Her Majesty, along with Charles' wife, the Duchess of Cornwall. In previous years, Prince Philip has joined the pair, but in his absence, the Duchess of Cambridge stood next to them instead.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined other members of the royal family for a traditional shooting lunch on Boxing Day, it has been reported. It's well known that the British royals spend the day enjoying a range of outdoor pursuits, such as shooting, riding and walking around Sandringham estate, and that the family traditionally take part in a pheasant shoot. According to a new report, this was the first time Meghan enjoyed the annual lunch of cold cuts and salads following the shoot. When contacted by HELLO!, Kensington Palace made no comment as the day was a private
Mike Tindall has given an incredible insight into life with the royals over the Christmas period – and they really are just like every other family! During an appearance on House of Rugby alongside James Haskell, Mike opened up about his Christmas, which saw him spend time with wife Zara Tindall's family in Sandringham. Asked whether Christmas is good at the castle, Mike replied: "Yeah it is good. So Christmas Day is a little more quiet because it's actually a cold buffet because they give everyone the day off, and their big day is Christmas Eve." Mike also revealed
In 2016, the Queen was too ill to attend her annual Christmas Day church service at Sandringham, and during that time, Mike and Zara Tindall had tragically lost their baby. And so while the rest of the royals stepped out, the three of them had their own private service at home. Opening up about how the Queen comforted him and his wife after their loss, Mike Tindall revealed on talk show House of Rugby: "Two years ago, she wasn’t feeling very well and so she didn’t go to church, and we’d obviously been what we’d been through with our