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It's not long now until the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcome their first child together, and one person that can't hide her excitement is the Duchess of Cornwall. During a walkabout in Havana's old town during their second day in Cuba, the wife of Prince Charles was asked by American tourist Mimi Ricketts if she was excited about the new baby, and Camilla beamed as she quickly replied: "Yes, very much so." This is the second time the Duchess, who herself is a grandmother-of-four, has spoken out about Prince Harry and Meghan's baby news, the first being shortly after the
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have been enjoying the picturesque sights and classic Guantanamera tunes of Cuba since arriving on Sunday, and on Monday the grandfather-to-be made a surprising visit to a barber's shop - only to refuse having his hair cut! It was during his guided tour of the beautiful Calle de Los Mercaderes, a cobbled, car-free street of Old Havana, that the Prince took a break from meeting the locals to pop into Salon Corrreo - where he took a seat in the original 1950s chair. Owner Josephine Nando tried to get the royal to let
A collection of never-been-seen photographers of the royal family, including a young Queen and Prince Philip, are going under the hammer – and they're the cutest snaps of the royals that we've seen for ages. The candid pictures, believed to be taken around the 1940s and 1950s, were taken by Daphne du Maurier's husband, Lieutenant General Sir Frederik 'Boy' Browning, a close friend of the Duke of Edinburgh's uncle, Lord Mountbatten. He was asked to work for the royal family on his return home from World War II, where he was a close colleague of Lord Mountbatten's. The Queen and Prince
There have been many highlights of Prince Charles and Camilla's spring visit, but the chance to drive a classic British car in the streets of Havana was definitely one of them. The future King got behind the wheel of a black MG TD from 1953 as he drove his wife in a rally in Havana. The event celebrated Cuba's love of vintage motoring and featured vehicles from the golden age of British sports cars. Charles, 70, looked as cool as a cucumber as he took the driving seat, wearing a pale suit and sunglasses. His wife Camilla was typically elegant