Meghan Markle opened up in the fall issue of Lifestyle magazine about her "amazing" life and aspirations for a family. "I dream big and bigger! My life is more amazing than I ever thought it could be,” the 35-year-old told the publication that hit stands in September, with the interview taking place before she met new boyfriend Prince Harry. "I dreamt [of becoming] a successful working actress, which I can now very thankfully tick off the list." Meghan's personal aspirations include starting a family While Meghan has fulfilled her professional goals, she also has personal ones to achieve, like starting a family. The Suits star said, "I also dream to have a family. It's all about balance, and I have so much happiness in my career and am fortunate to travel the world and see so m
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,
The Queen has three official residences - the best known, Buckingham Palace; the oldest, Windsor Castle; and the most romantic, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Among the few working royal palaces in the world today, they serve as both family homes and as the setting for the business of Monarchy. Each has its own distinctive story - long histories that reflect good and bad times, triumph and tragedy and, of course, the lives of some of our most memorable kings and queens. But they all share certain features - incredible collections of treasures that reflect both the tastes of their occupants and the artistic development of the nation, and architecture that has evolved across the centuries to meet the needs of different ages, reflecting the story of Britain and its people like no other buildings. ...
Duke of Cambridge becomes patron of the Metropolitan & City Police Orphans Fund The Duke of Cambridge has become patron of the Metropolitan & City Police Orphans Fund. The Fund, which began in 1870 as an orphanage, is the oldest police charity in the world. It supports the children of officers of the Metropolitan Police and the City of London Police who have died or who are unable to provide for their families. The Fund will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2020, and 2017 marks 80 years since it became a modern charity following the closure of the orphanage in 1937. Peter Smyth, the chief executive officer, said: “We are absolutely delighted that His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge has agreed to be our new patron. I am sure the children we support and serving police
A "Queen Catherine" could be decades away for the royal family, but Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, seem to be getting a head start in 2017. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly moving into Kensington Palace in London, a 20-room royal palace the couple used to host international leaders, including President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle, while living part-time in the stately home. Currently, the second royal couple in line to the throne reside on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, in a home gifted to them by Queen Elizabeth II. With Prince William's two-year piloting contract ending in March, however, the new year provides a unique opportunity for the royal family. The two will raise their toddlers, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in the quiet Lo...
From his Sentebale charity for kids in Lesotho to his conservation work, it's no surprise that Africa is a place near and dear to Prince Harry’s heart. The 32-year-old opened up to Town and Country magazine about his love for the country, admitting, "I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world." However Africa became a destination for "more" than just nature. The Prince explained, "This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world. I wish I could spend more time in Africa." Meghan Markle’s boyfriend added, "I have this intense sense of complete relaxation and normality here. To not get recognised, to lose myself in the bush with what I would call the most down-to-earth people on the planet, people [dedicated to conservation] with no ulterior motives, no
What happens when the Queen dies? From Queen Elizabeth’s funeral to Charles’ coronation AS the Queen continues to battle a heavy cold, Britons are wond ering what will happen when she eventually dies. The Queen has been fighting to shake off the cold for almost a fortnight and missed Christmas and New Year’s Day church services at Sandringham. On December 30, Buckingham Palace was forced to deny rumours that the Queen had died after rumours of her demise spread on Twitter. A fake BBC News Twitter account tweeted: “BREAKING: Buckingham Palace announces the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 90. Circumstances are unknown. More to follow.” The hashtag #mediablackout trended throughout the night as it emerged that if the Queen were to die during the night, an announcement woul
ns of George Michael have been paying tribute to the late singer, who passed away at the age of 53 on Christmas Day, by sharing stories of their experiences with the former Wham! band member, revealing him to be a hugely generous man. Pointless co-presenter Richard Osman opened up about George helping out a woman in need during his time as the executive producer on Deal or No Deal. He tweeted: "A woman on 'Deal Or No Deal' told us she needed £15k for IVF treatment. George Michael secretly phoned the next day and gave her the £15k." Richard's tweet prompted responses from others who had their own stories about George, with one replying to the tweet: "When I worked for a big charity we had a huge donation from him after his mum died," while another added: "He gave a stranger in a cafe £25