• This is what the Beckhams are doing in Australia

    David and Victoria Beckham are making the most of their time in Sydney! The couple are in Australia so David can make a scheduled appearance at the Invictus Games, but they have taken the opportunity to turn the trip into a family holiday with their children Romeo, Cruz and Harper. On Monday, the family visited Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures, a 3,000-acre wilderness property located an hour's drive outside of Sydney. The site offers adventures such as horse riding, kayaking, quad biking, and abseiling – which David, Cruz and Romeo tried out. David Beckham and his sons went abseiling in Australia David shared

  • See the £750 a night hotel where Prince Harry and Meghan are staying in Fiji

    Prince Harry and Meghan have chosen a hotel with the royal seal of approval for their visit to Fiji. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have followed in the footsteps of the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne by staying at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva, which has hosted no less than 11 previous royal visits! Although the royal couple won't have much downtime at the hotel during their stay, it boasts a full service spa and outdoor pool where they could take the opportunity to relax, along with four restaurants, a coffee shop and access to

  • Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding reception venue is being restored – see pictures

    Part of the royal residence where Prince Harry and Meghan hosted their evening wedding reception is undergoing extensive restoration work. The mausoleum at Frogmore House, which is the final resting place of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, has been the subject of a new restoration project after suffering with damp for many years. As part of the project, which began in June – just weeks after the Duke and Duchess' big day – a new roof, drainage system and windows will be fitted at the mausoleum. It will also involve the excavation of a dry moat around the building's foundations

  • Best places to ice skate in London this winter

    It's that time of year again – an array of ice rinks are popping up around London, boasting prime backdrops of some of the capital's most iconic landmarks. Whether you're a pro skater or would prefer to relax rink side with a hot choc (or cocktail), these are the ice skating rinks to visit this winter. Ice skating at Natural History Museum 25 October 2018 – 6 January 2019 One of London's most famous ice rinks returns at the end of October, located outside the front of the Natural History Museum in Kensington. This enchanting rink has a Christmas tree to skate