• Kate Middleton's Chelsea Flower Show garden design revealed - and her children helped inspire it

    The Duchess of Cambridge has shared the first images of the garden she has co-designed for this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show – and it is packed with fun details for all the family. Kate has collaborated with award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davis and Adam White to create the RHS Back to Nature garden, which features at its heart a high platform treehouse, perfect for little explorers. Clad in stag horn oak to resemble a bird or animal nest, the shelter "will provide a wonderful place to retreat and look out through the trees," according to a statement issued

  • The Queen steps out for first time since Prince Philip gave up his driving licence

    As with her winter break tradition, the Queen stepped out to attend the Sunday service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk, a day after Prince Philip gave up his driving licence voluntarily. Her Majesty looked in good spirits as she was pictured on her way to the service, dressed in a bright yellow jacket, which she teamed with a co-ordinating hat with a feather trim, and a camel coat to keep her warm. The Queen was accompanied by a Lady in Waiting, while Philip is thought to have stayed at home. On Saturday, it was announced by Buckingham

  • Why today is so special for Prince Charles and Camilla

    February is a romantic month for many, thanks to Valentine's Day, but it's an extra-special one for Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, as it marks the anniversary of when they announced their engagement! The royal couple shared the news on 10 February 2005, which was 14 years ago today! Charles released a statement, instead of his mother the Queen, which included comment from young Princes Harry and William, who said: "We are both very happy for our father and Camilla, and we wish them all the luck in the future." In a statement from Buckingham Palace released later

  • Prince Harry gets parenting pep talk ahead of welcoming royal baby with Meghan Markle

    The Duke of Sussex is getting ready to become a first-time father in the spring, and on Sunday he enjoyed chatting to some youngsters who wished him well ahead of the royal baby's arrival. Prince Harry was watching the England vs France Six Nations match at Twickenham, and prior to the game he spoke to six children about their mutual love of rugby. The children were involved in the CBRE All Schools programme, which aims to increase the amount of rugby in secondary state schools. During the conversation, Harry also received some sweet advice ahead of fatherhood, with the

  • You could have heard a pin drop as Prince William and Kate Middleton took their BAFTA seats - video

    The red carpet was rolled out on Sunday night as Hollywood's finest including Bradley Cooper and Olivia Colman walked the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall. But the guests of honour at the 2019 BAFTA Awards were undoubtedly the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. William, who is President of BAFTA, and his wife Kate were greeted by whoops and applause as fans waited in the cold to see them. The loud cheering was a stark contrast to the hush that descended upon the auditorium as William and Kate took their seats inside the venue. "Let's sit quickly," the

  • Kate Middleton had the shock of her life on BAFTAs red carpet – see incredible photo

    The Duchess of Cambridge was enthusiastically greeted by two royal fans as she walked the BAFTAs red carpet on Sunday night. Kate, who was joining her husband Prince William at the star-studded event, looked visibly surprised as she turned to say hello to Karen Anvil, of Watlington, Norfolk, and her daughter Rachel. Karen told us: "My daughter took this one! Rachel said to the Duchess that she looked beautiful – this was her reaction! We got very lucky with our iPhones, didn't we? We are so happy as she is our favourite." The photo that Karen uploaded on Twitter showed the