Tim Ewart, who worked as ITV's royal editor for over 30 years, talks to Yahoo UK exclusively about his time covering Britain's first family. Ewart sheds light on the Queen's iconic Ireland visit and Harry's changing relationship with the press.
Ahead of baby Archie's christening, Buckingham Palace said his godparents “in keeping with their wishes, will remain private”, but Yahoo UK has looked into who it could be. Speculation had been rife that Serena Williams was in the running, but the tennis star said she couldn’t attend due to playing at Wimbledon. But according to royal commentator Omid Scobie, that doesn’t necessarily rule her out.
Burrell says: “I think that’s where it’s gone wrong in the past. Not even Diana was given tuition into entering the Royal Family.”
Katie Canham, 32, a mum of four from Bromley in South London, says she “couldn’t believe” how much hair her daughter, Dolly, had when she was born.
"Imagine drinking something called Flat Tummy when you're pregnant," a commenter said of Rose's post for Organic Pregnancy Tea.
"Prince Harry said to me that there is a big difference between being a show business celebrity and being a royal."
The former royal correspondent says Diana would have coffee with her one minute and then ignore her the next.
“You go back a couple of generations and it was literally like waxworks coming out, it was very stiff and there wasn’t much hands-on parenting at all.”
Prince Louis joined his brother and sister Prince George and Princess Charlotte on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping the Colour. They waved at crowds outside the palace and RAF planes making their flypast. The event, which involved marks the official Birthday of the Queen, involves over 1400 officers and infantrymen on parade.