Princess Charlotte Steal the Show at Trooping the Colour 2017 Tags: Princess Charlotte, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth, Steal, Show, Trooping, Colour, 2017, Prince George, Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles
Royal flypast and First Public Appearance of Princess Charlotte - Trooping The Colour 2016. Tags: Royal Flypast, Flypast, First, Public, Appearance, The Colour, Trooping, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Camilla
Her son Andrew might have shared a side-splitting moment with the King of Bahrain yesterday, but it appeared that on this occasion one was not amused. The QueenQueen’s attention seemed focused on other matters as the Duke of York talked to Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa at the Royal Windsor Horse Show yesterday. But despite looking a little glum, she had plenty to smile about at this year’s event, as her horse Barbers Shop won in two categories on Thursday. Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, who became the King of Bahrain when the nation became a kingdom in 2002, joined the Royal Family on the third day of the five-day show held in the private grounds of Windsor Castle. Source: DAILYMAIL MAILONLINE Tags: Prince Andrew, Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain, Ki
He should be so lucky: is Prince Andrew really dating Kylie? This week in The Royals: an Australian gossip magazine reckons Andy is ‘100% smitten’ with the princess of pop. Meanwhile, William has been catching up with Lady Gaga on the family FaceTime terminal As a devotee of high-camp drama, I am thrilled the royal family are now dating the sort of people who might cameo as royal dates in The Royals. This is the equivalent of Cameron Diaz being reduced to taking scripts calling for “a Cameron Diaz type”. If you’re Cameron’s agent, you’re far from happy about it, of course – but then, neither you nor I rep the Windsors, and can simply enjoy the show. There is Prince Harry’s Meghan Markle, who in The Royals would play a brilliant neurosurgeon who captivates the prince, but in real
Princess Beatrice has paid tribute to her parents for helping her to see dyslexia as an opportunity rather than a hindrance. The royal, 28, was diagnosed in early childhood as she struggled to read even the simplest books, but says her parents worked hard to bring reading alive for her. The Duke and Duchess of York would record themselves reading her favourite stories so she could fall asleep to the sound of her voices when they were travelling, she told the Evening Standard. And she revealed how children's stories inspired her as she struggled with her reading, saying: "I was lucky my mother, with her great imagination, took the time to work on these with me." "By the time I read Harry Potter aged 11, I tore through the pages". The Duchess of York also penned a series of children's...