Catherine Duchess of Cambridge beware! If Australian government executive Simon Dorante-Day can prove he is Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles secret love child, the Duchess of Cambridge will never be Queen. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge may never be Queen! Simon wants a DNA test done in order to finally remove all doubt. Right now, the only thing the Aussie really has to go on is the fact that his adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Day, worked in one of the Royal households. The couple’s daughter, Karen, and her husband, David, adopted Simon when he was 18 months old. Globe interviewed Simon, 50, who revealed his adoptive grandmother Winifred told Simon many times “that I was Camilla and Charles’s child.” Why didn’t granny or Simon come forward and lay claim to th
Rihanna SLAMMED after sharing 'distasteful' boob-baring photo of Queen for 91st birthday Rihanna has been slammed online after she superimposed the Queen's head onto a saucy snap of herself flaunting her cleavage and holding a bottle of alcohol. Rihanna, 29, caused chaos after she took to Instagram to post the raunchy snap to celebrate the Queen's 91st birthday over the weekend. As well as the boob-baring shot, the Bajan beauty also shared three other pictures; one showing the royal wearing a pair of skimpy denim hotpants, another of her putting on a very leggy display and the first showing her wearing an oversized green fur coat. It didn't take long for followers to comment on the photos, with many labelling the singer "distasteful". One person posted: "Has your acc...
While Prince Harry is enjoying Easter weekend with girlfriend Meghan Markle in Toronto, how is his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, planning to spend the holiday? For the Queen, Easter is a serious, religious holiday, as she is the head of the Church of England. The majority of her day is spent privately with family, but royal watchers do get a glimpse of the monarch each year on her way to church. On Easter Sunday, the Queen and the rest of the royal family typically spend the day at Windsor Castle. They’ll attend Easter services at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, where crowds will gather to see the family following church. A group of local children typically present bouquets of flowers to the Queen after services, too. The Queen’s other big Easter-related public engagement come
Why Queen Elizabeth Is Giving People Bags of Money Today Queen Elizabeth handed out coins to 91 men and 91 women on Thursday in a tradition dating back to the 13th century: the distribution of Maundy money. Thousands of well-wishers lined the streets to welcome the Queen, dressed in a turquoise suit and matching hat, as she attended the Royal Maundy Service at Leicester Cathedral. The Maundy Service happens each year on the Thursday before Easter Sunday. During the service, the Queen distributes gifts according to the number of years she has lived. Each recipient of Maundy money is given two small leather purses by the Queen, one red and one white. The first contains a small amount of ordinary coinage which symbolizes the monarch’s gift for food and clothing. The second pu
The Queen came face-to-face with a baby elephant called Elizabeth during her visit to Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire on Tuesday. The royal and her husband Prince Philip met the adorable creature as they toured the new Centre for Elephant Care, which is home to a herd of nine Asian elephants, including Elizabeth. The animal, who was born in June, was named after the Queen in celebration of Her Majesty's 90th birthday last year. As Patron of the Zoological Society of London, the Queen had the honour of opening the new care centre, which is set within 30 acres of land. The royals were introduced to vets and zoo keepers and shown around the arena. They watched the team carry out daily tasks such as nail filing and mouth care. Assistant curator of elephants Lee Sambrook said the Queen...
It's a common social conundrum — you've run out of things to chat about but feel uncomfortable ditching the conversation so abruptly. Well, would you be surprised to discover that the Queen of England has someone on hand to end that awkward encounter for you on cue? That's right! According to royal historian Hugo Vickers, Queen Elizabeth II has a system of subtle codes that indicate to those around her that she's ready to wrap it up. Apparently, the Queen typically stands with her purse tucked into the crook of her left arm, but when she casually shifts her pocketbook to her right arm it signals to her handlers that she's ready to move on. They then swoop in and politely usher her away from the conversation. Thankfully, this has typically been done very kindly. "Someone wo
The hopes of Princess Beatrice and her sister Eugenie to be treated as 'major' royals have been dealt another blow after they were overlooked in a shuffle of the Queen's charity roles. Late last year the Queen gave up 25 of her charity patronages to reduce her workload in her 91st year – and set about reallocating roles to other family members. But Prince Andrew's daughters missed out. Andrew, who inherited three patronages from his mother, will no doubt be unimpressed that his daughters have been snubbed. He has been fighting for years to secure them full-time working royal status but his efforts have been rebuffed by Buckingham Palace, with Prince Charles reportedly encouraging the side-lining of his nieces to slim down the Monarchy. Andrew has denied that he is locked in