• Duchess Kate had to apologise to star-studded BAFTA audience - find out why

    The Duchess of Cambridge found herself apologising to the star-studded audience after the BAFTA awards ceremony on Sunday evening - the ever-humble Kate said a sweet sorry to guests as she left her seat, apologising for keeping everyone waiting as she was escorted away. Since Prince William had presented the last award of the night, Kate was led away - later meeting the award winners on the stage - to meet her husband. The adorable moment saw Kate whisked off by BAFTA Chief Executive Amanda Berry, quietly saying her apologies to those nearby as she climbed the steps through the

  • The Queen boards train for London following extended Christmas break

    It's officially time to go back to work for the Queen. On Monday morning, Her Majesty boarded a train bound for London following her seven-week Christmas break in Norfolk. She was pictured arriving at King's Lynn railway station with members of her team and personal protection officers; her retired husband Prince Philip, 97, was noticeably absent. Donning a grey coat, black gloves and no headwear, the 92-year-old monarch was escorted through a side entrance known as the Royal Gate. The Queen will return to her London residence, Buckingham Palace, having spent a long winter break in her country home, Sandringham

  • All the times Meghan Markle and Princes Charles showed their close bond

  • Prince Harry and Prince Charles admit to fears about the world the royal baby will be born into

    It's an exciting time for Prince Harry and Prince Charles as they eagerly await the birth of the next royal baby. Harry is preparing to become a father for the first time, while Charles will become the proud grandad-of-four. But while the royals are of course overjoyed by the prospect of the new arrival, there are also worries. Both Charles and Harry are actively involved with charities close to their hearts and have spoken recently about the fears they have about the world their new family member will soon be born into. Last month, Harry, whose wife Meghan is due

  • See the surprising photo Kate Middleton sent fans in her thank you card

    Kensington Palace has finally managed to reply to all of the royal fans who sent the Duchess of Cambridge a birthday card in January. One month after Kate turned 37, the palace posted notecards, thanking fans for their well wishes and also enclosing a photograph of Prince William's wife. The lovely portrait showed Kate on tour in Canada in 2016 wearing a red dress and a maple leaf brooch borrowed from the Queen – both nods to her host country. The choice of photo may have come as a surprise, as the palace have used the same photo for

  • Fellow Princess shows her support for Meghan Markle

    The Duchess of Sussex has received an outpouring of support from her fans after a private letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle was published online. And among those who jumped to Meghan's defence was Princess Tessy of Luxembourg. Tessy, who is the ex-wife of Prince Louis of Luxembourg, replied to a tweet posted by Royal Central that linked to an article about Meghan. The article praised Meghan for being "a positive force for the monarchy," for carrying out successful tours abroad and for choosing to support a diverse range of charities – and not least, for making Prince

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton's sweet moment at the BAFTAs you may have missed

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a glitzy night out on Sunday as they attended the BAFTAs, and during the ceremony they had a very sweet exchange of words. The royal couple were pictured in conversation, with Prince William leaning in to listen to his wife as she grinned back at him. With William President of BAFTA, the pair have been regulars at the awards show over the years, and made their entrance just before 7pm, as they were welcomed by BAFTA Chief Executive Amanda Berry. The royals couldn’t help but giggle as they headed down to their