She was known as the People's Princess for her powerful presence and tireless charity work, but 20 years since her death Diana, Princess of Wales is still turning heads as a timeless fashion icon. Ever propelled onto the world stage, Diana developed an elegant, easy and never overstated style that saw her through the pomp and formality of state occasions, to the high fashion red carpet and casual day events at which she always shone. And a number of her classic outfits carried the label of her favourite fashion house, Catherine Walker, with which she shared a relationship of mutual trust for 16 years. Now celebrating their 40th year, Catherine Walker has exclusively invited HELLO! behind the scenes of their discreet atelier in London's Chelsea to see some of Diana’s favourite dresses,
Prince Harry's love pact with Meghan Markle: Couple vanish for secret monthly meetings PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have a secret deal to meet at least once a month, insiders claim. Pals close to the royal say the couple also video chat using Facetime at least twice a day. Harry cut a lonely figure at Christmas gatherings as the lovers spent the festive season on different continents. A source close to the prince told a magazine: “They can’t bear to be apart. Harry counts down the days until he’s next seeing Meghan and she’s just as keen.” Harry, 32, is desperate to make his relationship with the 35-year-old Suits actress a success. The pal added: “Harry’s on cloud nine. He is determined to do everything he can to make this relationship work.” The couple last enjoyed a London lo
It’s Been Five Years, Why Do We Still Call the Duchess of Cambridge “Kate Middleton”? Even though the vast majority of us do not actually “know” Kate Middleton—we are not trading texts and snaps with the Duchess, sadly, nor e-mailing with her about brunch plans—it can sometimesfeel like we do. It is possible for us to believe, on some level, that we “get” her. We know what she looks like very well—we’re inundated on a daily basis with pictures of both her and the members of her family—and, in a certain way, she represents, given her “commoner” upbringing, what any of us might become were we to be plucked out of our everyday lives by a prince (since that is, more or less, what happened to her). If the current royal family was featured on a soapy television drama, Kate would be our protag
The Countess of Wessex is currently undergoing training for her 445 mile Duke of Edinburgh Diamond award challenge, and has opened up about how challenging she has found the preparation for her impressive journey so far. Appearing on the royal family's Instagram account, Sophie said: "I think if you'd asked me a few months ago if I would be able to do sixty miles I think I probably would have laughed but here we are I'm doing sixty miles! The Countess has been training for a 445 mile challenge "It's been hard and it's probably been harder than I thought. There have definitely been moments when I have thought what on earth have I decided to do?!" The video was captioned explaining the Countess's ambitious challenge. It read: "An update from The Countess of Wessex on training for h...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have recorded a special video message in support of Great Britain's athletes ahead of the official opening of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. In the 90 second clip, the young royals wished Team GB the best of luck as they urged the country to cheer them onto victory as they "Bring on the Great.". In a poignant reminder of past British Olympic success, the video includes footage from the Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London games, with the Royal Family cheering on athletes from the stands. The Duke, Duchess and Prince Harry wish all the @TeamGB athletes good luck ahead of #Rio2016 #BringOnTheGreathttps://t.co/isxyHEv7mM — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) August 4, 2016 Recalling the London Olympics, where Queen Elizabeth II famously ar