- Prince Harry will present awards - alongside the Secretary of State for Defence - to organisations from across the UK who have supported members of the Armed Forces and their families by offering training, work placements and employment at at the Imperial War
A woman was arrested earlier this evening, outside of Buckingham Palace, for trying to climb the front gates.
The incident took place at approximately 17:40 BST, when she was detained by Metropolitan police, having attempted to gain access to palace grounds unsuccessfully.
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The Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed a day of engagements in Aberdeen on Wednesday, as she opened the terminal extension at Aberdeen International Airport, and visited a local school's harvest festival.
Camilla was greeted with bagpipes as she arrived at Aberdeen Airport, met firefighters and staff before
Prince William spent the day in Belfast yesterday, bringing his mental health causes with him, and meeting members of Northern Ireland's river and air rescue services.
The Duke of Cambridge first visited the mental health charity Inspire, which focuses on promoting wellbeing across the island of
The new Governor General of Canada - Julie Payette - was installed to new her position yesterday, in a ceremony at Rideau Hall, attended by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury, has spoken about the sad day that will one day come to pass - The Queen's funeral.
In an interview with Alastair Campbell for GQ, the Archbishop was asked if he loses sleep thinking he might have to preside over
- The Duke of York is visiting the Middle East after his tour of Australia.
- The Duke of Gloucester will open the new building at Downlands Community School, Hassocks, West Sussex; unveil the Art Trail Project in Burgess Hill, followed by a reception at
It has emerged that a Star Wars request to film in Windsor Great Park was rejected by The Queen's Crown Estate.
A few years ago, the film franchise applied to use Crown Estate land, as the film, Rogue One, was created at nearby Pinewood Studios.
The Labour MP for Kensington and Chelsea has gone on an anti-monarchy tirade in the last few days, calling The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 'disgusting', saying that Prince Harry can't fly a helicopter (despite him being a trained pilot) and that Prince Philip was
Women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive, the government announced on Tuesday, following a royal decree from King Salman.
This move means women will be issued with permits allowing them to get behind the wheel, it was announced on state TV yesterday.
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Appearing in the BBC studio during this evening's airing of the Invictus Games, Prince Harry admitted he probably wouldn't have founded the Invictus Games if he didn't undertake his tours of Afghanistan.
The Prince was asked questions that had been sent in by the public regarding
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games today, walking hand-in-hand, is sure to spur on rumours of their impending engagement announcement. The couple's appearance came after Harry visited the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) conference at the Beanfield Centre
- The Earl of Wessex will attend the RP Fighting Blindness Fundraising Dinner in London.
- The Countess of Wessex, patron of the Lions Clubs International, Multiple District 105, British Isles & Ireland, will attend the Launch of Life Changes at the Houses of Parliament.
A "lost" portrait of James I's favourite and lover, George Villiers Duke of Buckingham, has been rediscovered after 400 years through a BBC Four art show.
The portrait, depicting Buckingham in a doublet with an elaborate lace collar and a sash, was on public display at Pollok House,
At the opening of the third Invictus Games in Toronto yesterday, Prince Harry was joined by his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, for the first time in a public way; the event came after he met with First Lady Melania Trump, and Prime Minister and Mrs Trudeau,
In recent months, images have been circulating on the internet of historic photos, colourised. These photos have made viewers gasp as they see famous faces and events brought to life, shocked at the power simple colours can impart. Our editor, Victoria Howard spoke to the magician
In the almost-1000 year history of the Monarchy, Elizabeth II is the 41st Monarch to reign, and the 12th Sovereign of Great Britain. But how do you keep track of them all, to be able to know who came first?
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William I (the Conqueror) 1066-1087
From touring the Tower of London after dark, to sleeping over at Hampton Court, Halloween is on its way to Historic Royal Palaces' sites, with plenty to keep history and horror fans alike entertained.
Hampton Court's Halloween:
On 28th October, an exclusive one-night only sleepover will take