The Princess Royal has spent two days near the English-Scottish border, to mark the centenary anniversary of the Quintinshill rail disaster.
Princess Anne attended a wreath laying ceremony yesterday, with relatives of victims, politicians, and soldiers and veterans of the Royal Regiment of Scotland; today,
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's second and final day in Northern Ireland began with a trip to Mount Stewart, a National Trust property in County Down.
The couple were there to officially reopen the house, which has undergone an £8 million refurbishment, and
An MP made a mockery of his oath of allegiance to Her Majesty on Wednesday, when he called for the abolition of Monarchy just seconds before he swore his service to The Queen.
In a lengthy ceremony to swear in MPs before next Wednesday's State Opening
A letter to The Queen is nothing unusual - she receives hundreds every day. However, a plucky Arsenal fan has written to Her Majesty requesting a pair of tickets to the FA Cup Final!
Charlie Pearce having failed to get tickets in the usual way, went straight to
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Northern Ireland yesterday to begin their two-day visit.
Charles and Camilla arrived at St Patrick’s Church, Belfast, for a short prayer service. Whilst there, they also met a cross section of church-goers, groups and organisations
The Countess of Wessex has been in Prague for two days, handing out Duke of Edinburgh Awards to young Czechs.
Sophie is a Global Ambassador of her father-in-law's award scheme, for those aged 14-24.
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At Duhovka High
The Duke of Cambridge today returned to St George's Park, Burton-upon-Trent, to wish the England women's football team good luck ahead of the women's World Cup in Canada.
William, who is president of the FA, visited the team on Wednesday, and was greeted by Manager Mark
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall started their second day in Ireland with engagements in Sligo.
They visited The Model, home to The Niland Collection. This collection comprises of a number of prominent pieces from Irish artists of the 20th century, including Jack Yeats,
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall today began their short visit to Ireland, despite the security threats they face.
The couple landed at Shannon airport in Galway, and got down to work straight away.
Charles and Camilla arrived at the National University of Ireland, Galway
Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale, entered a garden into the Chelsea Flower show, and the 30-year-old showed some of his family members around.
The garden is entitled 'Hope in Vulnerability' and aims to take visitors to Lesotho, in Southern Africa where the charity is based and does
The Duke of Cambridge has spent the day in Gland, Switzerland, attending a United for Wildlife Taskforce talk, in a bid to end the illegal wildlife trade.
The talk was chaired by former Foreign Secretary, William Hague, with International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The aim was
The Duchess of Cambridge may soon be joining her local Women's Institute, just like The Queen.
President of the Anmer WI, Dorothy Pulsford-Harris, revealed she had written to Catherine at Christmas, inviting the Duchess to become a member of the group, which meets at the community
Prince Harry has shown his support to bring back National Service in an interview with The Sunday Times.
Captain Wales is due to leave the army next month, and spoke about the positives of joining up in terms of bringing guidance into someone's life.
'I dread to think
The Queen has given her permission for the 'Welsh crown jewels' to return to Wales.
The coronet, ring, sword, robe, and rod were all worn by Prince Charles as he was invested as The Prince of Wales in 1969, at the age of 21 at Caenarfon
Prince Harry had a high-energy day on the last day of his tour, starting with a football match with the U20 team at New Zealand U20 World Cup.
The Prince turned up in more casual attire than we are used to, in tracksuit bottoms, a t-shirt
Prince Harry started his day at Mangere's Southern Cross Campus in Auckland. Students performed a haka in the rain to welcome him, and then the Prince was treated to a waiata in the assembly hall.
Bedecked with a floral wreath, Harry watched some cultural performances including Samoan, Tongan
Six men have been arrested following the discovery of a stash of bombs and guns close to where The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will visit in just a few days time, the Irish Daily Mirror reports.
The men were arrested last night in various places across the
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall spent the day in Liverpool, undertaking numerous engagements each.
The couple began the day at the World Museum to view 'The Mayas: revelation of an endless time' exhibition. This is a collection of objects from museums and ancient Mayan