The Duke and Duchess applied their parenting skills to a couple of baby elephants at Kaziranga National Park, a sanctuary for orphaned wild animals. There was even enough love to go around for this baby rhino.
Kate Middleton's been fully exposed ... 'cause now the world knows her royal dogs bark just like her royal subjects' do.
The Duchess of Cambridge kicked off her shoes during a visit to the Gandhi Museum in Delhi with Prince William -- and lo and behold, Kate's feet do NOT get the royal treatment. There is zero evidence of any fancy pedicure or nail polish.
Sure, you'd expect her feet to be done up to the nines, but Kate clearly does things her own way.
So, there ya go ... a princess (duchess) is NOT always waited on hand and foot.
Dan Marino found a brand new wide receiver in London today ... Prince Harry of Wales ... who fired around the pigskin with the NFL legend during a charity event in the U.K.
Marino is across the pond with the Miami Dolphins ... who play the NY Jets at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
But before the game, he hooked up with Prince Harry to participate in an event called Walking with the Wounded's Walk of Britain -- where injured military veterans walk 1,000 miles in 72 days to raise money and awareness to soldiers injured during their service.
During the walk, the two stars found time to play catch -- and we gotta say, Harry's form didn't look too bad for a guy who's never strapped on the pads.
Side note -- nice beard Harry ... but you're no Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Van Dien filed divorce docs in L.A. earlier this week, citing irreconcilable differences. He and Oxenberg have two daughters ... 14-year-old Amanda and 11-year-old Celeste, and he's asking for joint physical and legal custody.
The "Starship Troopers" star also doesn't want to pay spousal support to Catherine ... who famously starred on "Dynasty" back in the '80s. Casper isn't asking for spousal support either -- so, he's hoping for a clean break. This is the 2nd divorce for both of them.
Oxenberg is real life royalty, sorta. Her mother is Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia ... which doesn't exist anymore.
David Drew Howe -- the Maryland man/TLC reality star who claims he's a direct descendant of the family that once ruled the Isle of Man -- is having trouble getting allegiance from his subjects.
TLC's "Suddenly Royal" premiered this week, chronicling the journey of Howe and family as they spend 6 weeks in the self-governing British island, trying to gain control based on his lineage.
The local parliament is scoffing British style, saying Howe "is not to be taken seriously." The spokesperson added, "the Head of State of the Isle of Man is and remains Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II."
Howe says he has legal claim to the throne because he placed an official notice in the London Gazette, claiming his rule and no one objected. He doesn't want to oust the Queen, but he wants the title and the perks.
On the surface the locals think Howe's a doofus, but we're told on another level they're happy the show is bringing attention, and hopefully tourists, to the island.