• Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall mingle with stars in Barbados - photos

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    Zara Tindall was the Queen's first granddaughter, and Princess Anne and Mark Phillip's second child. And while she is just as much part of the royal family as her cousins are, both Zara and her brother Peter weren't given royal titles at birth. This is because Anne and Mark decided that they wanted their children to have as normal lives as possible. As Anne was the only daughter of the Queen and Prince Philip, her children weren’t guaranteed a royal title – unlike the children of the monarch's male offspring. However, the Queen still offered courtesy titles to both

  • Watch Kate Middleton deliver a confident speech 7 years after her royal first

    The Duchess of Cambridge looked picture perfect as she delivered a speech, urging urged young people to overcome the "intimidating" reputation of museums during her visit to the Foundling Museum on Tuesday. Kate, 37, was given a new patronage at the London-based museum. The speech was delivered with much confidence and ease, seven years after her first speech when she opened the Treehouse hospice in Ipswich back in March 2012. Duchess Kate at the Foundling Museum on Tuesday On Tuesday, the Duchess admitted it could be "quite intimidating" for children and teenagers to visit institutions if they "don't know it's for

  • Did Prince Harry just confirm that Meghan is on maternity leave?

    With just weeks to go until Meghan Markle is expected to welcome her first child into the world, her husband Prince Harry has hinted that she is now on maternity leave - and he did it in the sweetest way! The heavy hint came during his solo visit to St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School on Wednesday morning, where he helped the children to plant trees in the garden. As Harry met pupils in the playground, one asked him where Meghan was. Harry responded by miming his wife's baby bump with his hand, and telling them she was having a

  • The Queen just hosted a private lunch at Buckingham Palace with surprise royal guest

    The Queen often hosts private events at her home in Buckingham Palace, and it has been revealed that on Wednesday, she invited a selection of guests for a lunch in the 1844 room. The monarch invited her son, the Duke of York, to the meal, along with guests Ms Judith McNicol - Director, National Railway Museum, Ms Jane Lush - Deputy Chair, BAFTA, Ms Felicity Aston – an explorer, Vice Admiral Timothy Fraser - Chief of Joint Operations, Mr. Peter Glenser - Chairman, BASC, Mr. Willie Cameron - Director, Highlands & Islands Tourism, Mr. Anthony Joss - Welsh Livestock

  • Watch the royal baby in numbers: the important facts to know ahead of the birth…

    With the countdown on until the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal baby, HELLO! has gathered all the information you need to know in a fun video! In it, we discover a few exciting facts about the Prince Harry and Meghan's first child which is due any moment now... Did you know that the royal baby will be joined at home not only by its parents but by two family pets? The royal couple are proud 'parents' already to a beagle called Guy, who is the Duchess of Sussex's much-loved companion, and another pooch that the couple