In a move that will have many people questioning Her Majesty's continued work at the age of 91, The Queen has asked Prince Charles to lay her wreath at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
The Queen has performed this duty as head of the Armed Forces
Tonight, the British Royal Family held a lavish state banquet to close the first day of The King and Queen of Spain's state visit.
[caption id="attachment_11904" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh host a State Banquet for King Felipe and Queen Letizia of
The Queen's newest equerry is to be a first for the Royal Household: a black officer is taking the role.
For the next three years, Ghanaian-born Major Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah is to aid Her Majesty at official engagements.
Major Twumasi-Ankrah is a 38-year-old Household Cavalry officer, who moved to
The government has cancelled the 2018 State Opening of Parliament, as they extend the parliamentary session to two years in order to deal with Brexit. This means there will not be a Queen's speech in 2018.
[caption id="attachment_7655" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen won't make a speech
The Queen and the Duke of Cambridge have made an unannounced visit to the Westway Sports Centre to meet victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire.
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The sports centre has been converted into a temporary shelter for those who lost everything in just
Last night, The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh attended Evensong at Hampton Court Palace, celebrating 100 years of the Companions of Honour.
Evensong - an afternoon service of prayer, usually set to music - took place in the Chapel Royal at the Tudor and Baroque palace,
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh today attended a service to mark 100 years of the Order of the British Empire at St Paul's Cathedral.
[caption id="attachment_11065" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen and Prince Philip at the service at St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 100th anniversary
Over the past two days, King Harald and Queen Sonja have celebrated their 80th birthdays, with the help of Royals from across Europe, including King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, King Phillipe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, The Countess of Wessex, and King
The Queen and Prince Philip today officially re-opened the refurbished National Army Museum in Chelsea, London, the same day she signed the historic Brexit Bill, meaning the UK's exit from the European Union could begin.
[caption id="attachment_10135" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen reopens the National Army Museum
The Queen has had a busy Commonwealth Day today, starting the Commonwealth Games baton relay at Buckingham Palace, hosting a reception for Commonwealth High Commissioners based in London, and attending a service at Westminster Abbey.
[caption id="attachment_10101" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen started the countdown to the 2018 Commonwealth
The Queen has quite the busy schedule today as she is due to accept the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron later, before appointing Theresa May as the 13th Prime Minister of her reign.
But it was with her husband and grandson that Her Majesty began
The Queen officially opened a local hospice facility - Tapping House at The Norfolk Hospice - yesterday, and during her visit she received teddies for her great-grandchildren, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Her Majesty officially opened the facility, a new £3.4 million building for patients at Hillington just a
The Royal Mint have released a £20 coin to mark The Queen becoming the longest reigning Monarch in British history.
The coin is struck in fine silver, and features five portraits that British coinage has seen since Her Majesty ascended the throne: from young Queen, to
Today The Queen visited Lancaster to mark the 750th Anniversary of the creation of the Duchy of Lancaster Inheritance; this was her first trip to the county town since 1999.
Her Majesty arrived in Lancaster on the Royal Train at around 10 this morning, then was
The State Opening of Parliament, the main ceremonial event of the Parliamentary calendar, happens each year in May, and is the formal occasion when The Queen calls Parliament to begin a new session. The 2015/16 Parliament will be opened tomorrow, 27th May.
The observance, which takes place in
The Queen and Duchess of Cornwall today attended the Royal Windsor Horse show together, at Windsor Castle. Both women are keen equestrians, and Her Majesty is regularly spotted riding (as always, without a helmet) when she stays at Windsor each weekend. Royal News.
Camilla curtseyed to The
Today senior members of the Royal Family attended a special service at Westminster Abbey to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attended the service, along with The Duke of
A Buckingham Palace footman died just three minutes after he received his long service and Royal Victoria medals for service in the Royal Household.
The Sunday Express reports that David Grimson, a 48-year-old footman who has worked at Buckingham Palace for 20 years, was diagnosed with