Day: February 1, 2017

Why does this woman keep giving Haribo sweets to Prince Harry?

Why does this woman keep giving Haribo sweets to Prince Harry?

Prince Harry
Why does this woman keep giving Haribo sweets to Prince Harry? Irene Hardman is a self-proclaimed 'true royalist'. She turns out when all the big names come to Nottingham - and always makes sure she is at the front of the pack. But 81-year-old Mrs Hardman is a Royal fan with a difference. Instead of the usual Union flag or teddy, she makes sure she has a bag of Haribo sweets to hand over. Source: nottinghampost com
Zara was later joined on the red carpet by husband Mike Tindall, 38, as they continued to make public appearances since the sad news that they had lost their unborn, second child

Zara was later joined on the red carpet by husband Mike Tindall, 38, as they continued to make public appearances since the sad news that they had lost their unborn, second child

Zara Phillips
Zara Phillips looks elegant in navy gown as she's supported by husband Mike Tindall at red carpet event weeks after announcing her miscarriage Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall made their return to the red carpet on Tuesday, as they continued their public appearances following the miscarriage of their second child. The Queen's granddaughter, 35, led the stylish arrivals at the Magic Millions launch party in Queensland's Surfers Paradise, Australia. The presence of the married couple, who are already parents to two-year-old daughter Mia, follows their attendance at Magic Millions Polo on Sunday, where Zara returned to her beloved sport. Zara, who serves as an ambassador for racehorse auction house Magic Millions, donned a timeless navy frock, that flattered her frame with capped sleeves....
Unseen Photos A look back at the Queen’s childhood as she celebrates her 90th birthday

Unseen Photos A look back at the Queen’s childhood as she celebrates her 90th birthday

Queen Elizabeth
Queen’s 90th birthday: You’ll never guess what Elizabeth II was like as a girl Many Britons find it strange to think of the Queen as a little girl because she has lived and ruled for so long. Here is a look back at the Queen's childhood as she celebrates her 90th birthday. The future Queen was born at 2.40am on Wednesday April 21 1926 as a crowd stood waiting outside 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, oblivious to spring showers. The Morning Post described the street scene saying: “Presently a neat, efficient nurse came and looked down into the street. “The upturned faces must have all asked a question, for it was with a nod and the most reassuring smile that the owner of the uniform withdrew.” The newborn baby was soon photographed with her proud father Prince Albert, who later became
Philip broke the sad news to his wife while they were alone

Philip broke the sad news to his wife while they were alone

Queen Elizabeth
A range of commemorative coins have been designed to mark Sapphire Jubilee The Queen is preparing to make history on Monday when she becomes the first British monarch to reach her Sapphire Jubilee. On February 6 - the anniversary of the day she became Queen - Elizabeth II will have reigned for 65 years. She became the Queen of England in 1952 after her father George VI, who was suffering from lung cancer, died unexpectedly, in his sleep at Sandringham. At the time, a 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth was thousands of miles away in Kenya with her husband. Philip broke the sad news to his wife while they were alone. Lord Charteris, her then-private secretary, remembered seeing her seated at her desk in the Lodge appearing "very composed, absolute master of her fate". Asked what name sh...
The Queen at 90: A Family Tribute Find the family footage terribly funny, nervously laughing and emitting disconcerting snorts

The Queen at 90: A Family Tribute Find the family footage terribly funny, nervously laughing and emitting disconcerting snorts

Queen Elizabeth
Jane Bowron: TV Review - The Queen at 90: A Family Tribute Elizabeth II gets a chance to look back at her own life on screen in The Queen At 90: A Family Tribute. The Queen At 90: A Family Tribute (Prime Sunday, 8.35pm) is a classier version of Gogglebox, the reality TV show where British families and groups of friends sit in living rooms and react to TV shows. Private archive footage from the Queen's home video collection provides a rare glimpse into the Royal family, as they too sit in drawing rooms and react to a giant TV screen. Prince Charles narrates the nostalgia fest and seems to find the family footage terribly funny, nervously laughing and emitting disconcerting snorts. Sitting alongside him, the Queen's reactions are keen-eyed but contained, the difference in styles between...