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
During the festivities this weekend, which celebrate the Queen’s official birthday, Prince Harry won’t be riding horseback alongside his father, Prince Charles, and brother, Prince William. Instead, he’ll likely be seated in one of the many carriages that carry the members of the royal family to Buckingham Palace in the annual event’s traditional parade. In years past, he’s sat in the same carriage as Princess Kate and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. But why doesn’t Harry get to ride on horseback like William and Charles do? Well, it’s a matter of position. Prince William and Prince Charles are royal colonels, which is a position given by the Queen to a member of the royal family that serves as Colonel-in-Chief of a regiment in the British army or navy. In addition to William an
Everyone was waiting for the adorable royal twosome to show their faces at today’s celebration of the Queen’s 91st birthday. And the crowds weren’t left disappointed. Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with their parents, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge. The royal toddlers were dressed in their finest outfits with Charlotte donning a cute printed pink dress and George appearing in a white short-sleeved shirt and dungaree shorts. George looked less than impressed at the display, appearing bored and turning round to talk to his parents multiple times. However, both children did wave at the RAF pilots flying overhead. Over 1000 soldiers took part in this morning’s Trooping the Colour parade. The annual event celebrates the
First Pictures of Queen Elizabeth II & Duchess of Cambridge at Trooping the Colour 2017 Tags: Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of Cambridge, Trooping, Colour, 2017, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Duchess, Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Prince Charles, Prince Charles
Queen and Prince William in emotional meeting with Grenfell Tower fire victims The Queen and Prince William have met emergency services, residents and volunteers affected by the horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire. Her Majesty and the Duke of Cambridge visited the Westway Sports Centre in west London to pay their respects after a raging inferno ripped through the 24-storey block of flats in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Wearing bright royal blue, the Queen greeted officials from the police and fire services. The sports and fitness centre was turned into a refuge for residents evacuated from the flats and left destitute by the blaze, which has left 17 people dead. Gymnastic mats were laid out on the floor of the main fall, as organisers tried to make it a home for ...
Princess Diana recounts Charles' infidelity in shocking audio transcripts “He’d found the virgin, the sacrificial lamb, and in a way he was obsessed with me. But it was hot and cold, hot and cold.” Twenty five years ago, the royal family was plunged into chaos when a book, Diana: Her True Story, by journalist Andrew Morton became a sizzling, international bestseller. The book contained a series of devastating revelations -- among them, how Diana, Princess of Wales, developed bulimia and the extent to which her marriage and quality of life had been affected by her husband’s ongoing affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. The royal family scrambled to find the source of the leak, only to discover years later that it was Diana herself who had given the interviews. She had, in fact, r