Camilla , Duchess of Cornwall - Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall outside the ITV studios - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 9th September 2015
Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is the name chosen by Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, for their second child. The announcement from Kensington Palace comes two days after the birth of Charlotte on 2nd May.
The Royal Princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Kensington Palace announced on Monday (4th May). Charlotte, who is fourth in line to the throne, will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Princess Charlotte outside the Lindon Wing on Saturday (2nd May).
Of course, you've always wanted to see Kate Middleton, the Queen, Zara Phillips and the Duchess of Cornwall in LEGO form.
The Queen's hit maker Rachel Trevor-Morgan has designed LEGO headwear for miniature versions of the royal family to celebrate Royal Ascot. Trevor-Morgan was down at Legoland in Windsor on Tuesday (June 10, 2014) to unveil the designs, which will be on display until the end of the world's most famous horse racing festival on June 21st.
The Queen [center] in LEGO form [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]
In the LEGO scenes, Her Majesty The Queen wears a characteristically classic hat - a bright yellow straw number with hand painted silk flowers. The Duchess of Cornwall wears a grey picture hat with miniature feathers while fashionista The Duchess of Cambridge wears an understated royal blue straw slice hat with quill feathers.
Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, Camilla and Duchess of Cornwall - David Frost - memorial unveiling and service of remembrance held at Westminster Abbey - Arrivals. - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 13th March 2014
Interest in the royal baby remains high with people around the world yearning for more facts and photographs of Prince George.
22 days after the birth of Prince George of Cambridge, interest in one of the most famous babies in the world is still high. So here's a quick round-up of all the facts and photos we have to date.
Prince George of Cambridge's birth was one of the most widely anticipated in the world with British and international photographers stationed outside St. Mary's hospital in London and Buckingham Palace, eagerly awaiting news.
The Royal baby watch continues as Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the baby could be due sometime this week. She was overhead talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the Royal baby could be due sometime this week, according to a report in ABC. She was overhead and filmed talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at a St. David's Day service, in Cardiff, Wales.
In the video Camilla, who will be the baby's step-grandmother, can be overhead saying "we're all waiting at the end of the telephone". She goes on to hint at the possibility the baby will arrive by the end of this week by saying "I think so, I think so. I think by the end of the week he or she will be there."
Continue reading: Royal Baby Watch Continues: Camilla Hints At Kate Middleton's Due Date
Prince Charles found model Cara Delevingne hysterically funny at a Masked Ball they both attended in London on Tuesday. The mirth arouse due to Charles' apparent fascination with Delevingne's tattoos.
Prince Charles joked with catwalk model Cara Delevingne at a masked ball on Tuesday (9th July). The model's tattoo, located on her hand, was the object of amusement and fascination as the pair chatted at the London event.
Prince Charles at Royal Ascot.
The model felt she had to apologise for her recent lion tattoo when she shook the Prince's hand. Much to Prince Charles' amusement Delevingne even went so far as to ask the Prince if he had any tattoos.
Continue reading: Cara Delevingne Asks Prince Charles "Do You Have Tattoos?"
Doctor Who-related news abound this week.
While the Doctor Who team are hard at work on the hyped up 50th anniversary special, the royal family decided to spend their break visiting the set. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall stood face to face with the Doctor’s iconic (and ever so slightly hilarious) foe – the Daleks. Not only that, Prince Charles also took over one Dalek, to speak the infamous, terrifying word: “Exterminate!”
The royals looked a bit less formal on the DW set.
Meanwhile, this week has been almost bursting with Who-related news, with actor John Barrowman, who played captain Jack Harkness on the show making a happy announcement of his own. Last Tuesday, July 2, the actor got married to his longtime partner Scott Gill. The pair tied the knot after 20 years of waiting. The ceremony took place mere days after the American Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, in essence rejecting a federal ban on same-sex marriage. In light of the exciting news, Barrowman even posted a celebratory video, Us Weekly reports.