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State and ceremonial

The Royal Family have led the the nation and the Commonwealth in

This evening, the Royal Family were out in force to attend the

The Duke of Gloucester led commemorations of Armistice Day earlier this morning,

Remembrance Sunday takes place this weekend, the day on which the nation

King Felipe and Queen Letizia were in Madrid to attend the traditional

In a move that will have many people questioning Her Majesty's continued

Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury, has spoken about the sad day

Today in 1917, the House of Windsor was born. Taking its name

Former Canadian astronaut Julie Payette is to become Canada's 29th Governor General,

Tonight, the British Royal Family held a lavish state banquet to close

Today's State Opening of Parliament was a casual affair; The Queen opened

The government has cancelled the 2018 State Opening of Parliament, as they

It was a family affair for the Royal Family today, as the

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2017 has just been announced, with

Each year, The Queen celebrates her official birthday with a huge parade

Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK has been postponed, as the

Theresa May visited Buckingham Palace at lunchtime today, to ask for The Queen's

A new exhibition of George VI and his family's coronation robes has just

The State Opening of Parliament will be a more casual affair this

Following Theresa May's decision to call a snap election earlier today, it

Held on Maundy Thursday, the day before Good Friday, Royal Maundy is

Five people have died after an attack in Westminster, believed to be linked

Earlier this morning, The Queen signed the 'Brexit Bill', meaning formal negotiations

A vote in Parliament earlier today has approved the £369 million needed

Anti-monarchy group Republic are launching a crowdfunding campaign in the hope they

Some MPs are calling for a Bank Holiday to mark The Queen's

Theresa May looked as if she were heading the House of Lords