This Is Why You’ll Never See Kate Middleton On A Horse The Duchess isn't known to enjoy the royal family's favoured pastime. The Queen has been horseback riding since she was a child and has shown no sign of slowing down in recent years. Her daughter, Princess Anne, has led an established equestrian career; her granddaughter Zara Phillips is a medal-winning British event rider; and Princes William and Harry are keen polo players. Yet there's one member of the family who is never seen enjoying the royal pastime in public. Unlike many other royals, the Duchess of Cambridge hasn't ever been pictured on a horse. She has enjoyed days out at the races on several occasions and in 2012, she wasspotted supporting Zara compete at the London Olympic Games. During a screening ofWar Horse, d
Look away now, Harry! Intimate new photos emerge of the Prince's girlfriend Meghan Markle during her wedding celebrations with ex-husband Trevor Engleson Meghan Markle married her former flame Trevor Engleson in Jamaica in 2011 before they split two years later In new photos from their big day Miss Markle can be seen enjoying pre-ceremony festivities in a bikini Photos from their reception and ceremony show Meghan in her understated wedding gown She may have cuddled up with Prince Harry on the edge of the Arctic Circle but Meghan Markle looks like she could be a bit of a beach bum. Pictures have emerged of the actress during her wedding celebrations with movie producer husband Trevor Engleson in 2011. Wearing a skimpy, yellow polka-dot bikini and baseball cap, Miss Markle can be seen ...
Three adorable portraits of the royal twins, Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent of Denmark, have been released to celebrate their sixth birthday. The photos, which were taken by Pernille Rohde, show the Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik's two youngest children smiling for the camera in sweet separate portraits. The little prince wore a pale shirt while the princess wore an embroidered white top with her blonde hair in a braid. In the third photo, the brother and sister are posing together for a black-and-white snap with Prince Vincent's arm around his sister. Fans of the Danish royal family were quick to discuss the new photos, with one writing: "Congratulations to the two kids hope you have a great day," while another added: "Happy birthday to the sweet two… beautiful pict
Huddersfield students design clothes fit for the royal family Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were hugely impressed by the dresses designed for them by students at the University of Huddersfield Two talented students at the University of Huddersfield have created clothes fit for a princess – or two. For after seeing their designs, Princess Beatrice has announced plans to bring her sister Eugenie along for a fitting session. Princess Beatrice paid a special visit to the university’s town centre campus to see the creations designed and made up by Amy Bean and Celine Constantinides, who are in the second year of their Fashion Design with Textiles BA course. Celine has designed an outfit for Beatrice and Amy’s dress is for her sister Princess Eugenie. The creations are the result of a v
Worth the wait! Duchess Kate and Prince William's 2016 Christmas card has finally been revealed — and it looks a little familiar. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 34, chose a snapshot that was taken by Getty photographer Chris Jackson to share with family over the holidays. It features the couple and their two children — Prince George and Princess Charlotte — receiving balloon animals at a children's party that they attended back in September. The royal engagement took place at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia, and was apart of their weeklong Canada tour. (The trip was their daughter's first time overseas.) It was a magical day for Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, now 20 months — to say the least. The siblings enjoyed a petting zoo with miniature horses
An amazing 'Prince Harry' photo has surfaced - and royal fans won't believe it! Prince Harry has a very strong resemblance to granddad Prince Philip. Prince Harry fans are often treated to new photos of the popular prince as he goes about his royal duties. The 32-year-old royal, who last year released a statement about his long-distance love with girlfriend Meghan Markle – is used to being in the public eye. However THIS royal photo that has emerged on Instagram is something else - and it's got some royal fans in a frenzy. At first glance, you could be mistaken for thinking it is Prince Harry, with his stubble, ginger hair and cheeky smile. But look a little closer. It's actually a photo taken in 1957 for the front cover of French magazine Match - and it's of Harry's Granddad Prince Ph
Letters sent by Princess Diana which revealed Prince Harry was "constantly in trouble" at school have sold for thousands more than was estimated. The six handwritten letters, sent to a favoured Buckingham Palace steward, sold for £15,100 at auction, exceeding the £2,300-£3,600 estimate. One lot, which included a letter where Diana described Prince William's adoration for younger brother Harry, was sold for £3,200 - around five times more than its estimate of £400-£600. In the letter to Cyril Dickman, Diana wrote: "William adores his little brother and spends the entire time swamping Harry with an endless supply of hugs and kisses, hardly letting the parents near! "The reaction to one tiny person's birth has totally overwhelmed us and I can hardly breathe for the mass of flowers that
Prince Harry was "constantly in trouble" while at boarding school, letters sent by Diana, Princess of Wales, to a favoured Buckingham Palace steward have revealed. The personal notes, sent to Cyril Dickman in the 1980s and 1990s, include a description of how in the days after Harry was born Prince William was inseparable from his baby brother - and gave him "an endless supply of hugs and kisses". As well as revealing details about the private life of the young family at Kensington Palace, the messages show how fond Diana was of Dickman, who provided her with support after the death of her father in 1992. The six handwritten notes are part of a collection described as "the private letters between a trusted butler and the royal family" that is expected to sell for thousands of pounds ...
didn’t take long for everyone to become obsessed with Netflix’s The Crown after it was released in early November. The drama, which chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to mid-1950s, is everything we love in a binge-worthy series. Plus, it includes real-life events of the fascinating Royal Family. We were hooked from the very first episode. via GIPHY But, let’s be honest, many of us were wondering when The Crown would focus on complicated relationship between Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Their relationship is more known to our age group than the history of the Queen. And people love a good marital drama. But with the timeframe of the first season, people weren’t sure if or how it would fit into the larger storyline. via GIPHY Well, we have some good news
My dear Prince George, some hints and tips for starting school: Former Wetherby pupil TOM UTLEY, 63, writes an open letter to His Royal Highness, aged 3½, about what to expect Open letter from a 63-year-old former alumnus of Wetherby Pre-Preparatory School to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, aged 3½: My dear Prince George, I hope that Your Royal Highness will excuse my presumption in writing to offer you tips on how to survive your new life outside the family circle after you start school in the coming year. I am emboldened to do so because the public prints are full of speculation that you will be following your father and uncle Harry to Wetherby Pre-Preparatory School — of which I, too, am an old boy. (In my case, a very old boy, since I am 60 years your senior and le