2018 Jun 19

The Royal Family attends the 1st day of Royal Ascot

The Royal Family attends the 1st day of Royal Ascot

Earlier today, The Duchess of Sussex made her debut at Royal Ascot with her husband and other members of the Royal Family. Meghan and Harry handed over the prize to the winner of the St James’ Palace Stakes, Frankie Dettori and his horse Wihtout Parole. She was also seen chatting with her father-in-law, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and The Queen.

Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting, attracting many of the world’s finest racehorses to compete for more than £7.3m in prize money. Our eighteen Group races, eight of them Group One, have made household names of Royal Ascot winners like Black Caviar, Frankel and Yeats. Each year the meeting is broadcast to audiences around the globe, yet to experience it in person is something altogether more special.



2018 Jun 17

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend his cousin’s wedding in Lincolnshire

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend his cousin’s wedding in Lincolnshire

A month after their own nuptials, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the wedding of the Duke’s cousin, Celia McCorquodale to George Woodhouse in Lincolnshire yesterday. Celia is the niece of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. They greeted friends on their way to St Andrew and St Mary’s Church. For the occasion, The Duchess wore a white and blue dress with a white fascinator and white heels.


2018 Jun 14

Queen Elizabeth II & The Duchess of Sussex spend the day in Cheshire

Queen Elizabeth II & The Duchess of Sussex spend the day in Cheshire

Today Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II were in Cheshire to attend several royal engagements. They were first seen arriving at Runcorn Station by Royal Train. They were greated by crowds before heading to the Catalyst Science Discovery Centre to open the Mersey Getaway Bridge. They witnessed a performance by local schoolchildren. Afterwards, they attended the opening of Storyhouse Theatre, where they saw a storytelling session for nursery children, they met The Storyhouse Young Leaders and more, before enjoing a few performances inside the theatre. They also observed a minute of silence of all Greenfell Tower vicitims to mark the first anniversary of the fire. They ended the day by doing a walkabout on their way to Chester Town Hall where they were invited to have lunch. You can check more than 300 HQ photos in the gallery, more will be coming later today !


2018 Jun 11

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to visit Ireland next month

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to visit Ireland next month

According to the Belfast Telegraph, Harry and Meghan are expected to visit Ireland for two days of engagements, beginning on Friday, July 13.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to visit Ireland in the middle of next month, very likely around Friday, July 13.

Preparations are continuing for Prince Harry and Meghan to visit, less than two months after their wedding on May 19. Sources say they are likely to take part in a series of engagements over the course of two days.

It will be a second royal visit of the summer, as Prince Charles and wife Camilla are expected in Cork later this week for a three-day visit which will also include visits to Kerry.

Officials hope the publicity around these visits may prove helpful in Anglo-Irish relations at a time when Brexit has created a considerable strain between the two governments.

The British Embassy has so far remained tight-lipped about the arrangements.

Harry has never visited the Republic before, but Meghan spent time there as an ambassador for the One Young World summit in 2014.

This would be the Duchess’ second visit to Ireland. In 2014, she attended the One Young World summit in Dublin. You can find photos of the summit in our gallery. Earlier this year, in March, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Northern Ireland for a day of engagements.

2018 Jun 09

The Royal Family Attends Trooping The Colour

The Royal Family Attends Trooping The Colour

Earlier today Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex made her very first appearance at The Queen’s Birthday Parade, Trooping The Colour. The Duchess rode in a carriage with her husband and The Duke of Kent. For her first appearance, The Duchess wore a beyspoke Carolina Herrera dress with a Philip Treacy hat.

What is Trooping The Colour? Well, it’s the official celebration of The Queen’s Birthday. While Her Majesty’s birthday is on April 21st, it is usually on the 2nd Saturday of June that the official celebration takes place. Her Majesty and her family go to The Horse Guards Palace, where she will review the troops, before returning to Buckingham Palace for a final parade and the RAF flypast, which they enjoy from the balcony.