A busy week, with almost every Royal out 'pressing the flesh'. The Wessexes will head to Canada, William will watch the football and Charles and Camilla head to Scotland.
[caption id="attachment_6400" align="aligncenter" width="747"] Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall will be going to Scotland. Picture
Last week, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a garden party at Hillsborough Castle, The Queen's official residence in Northern Ireland. Since the manor house is little used in comparison to the residences in London, it often slips under the radar of royal watchers, but is
Expressionist artist Stephen B. Whatley has captured The Queen at the State Opening of Parliament to mark Her Majesty's 90th birthday.
[caption id="attachment_8059" align="alignright" width="441"] HM The Queen's Speech, by Stephen B. Whatley shows The Queen at the opening of Parliament[/caption]
Entitled 'The Queen's Speech 2016', Stephen
Prince William has become the first Royal to appear in the popular LGBT+ Attitude magazine, making the statement that 'no one should be bullied for their sexuality'.
The cover and interview stems from a meeting which took place mid-May, and features in the upcoming July edition of
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in Northern Ireland today, as they attended a garden party at Hillsborough Castle.
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The Royal couple joined 2,500 guests at the party, which was hosted by the Secretary of State Theresa Villiers for a cross-section of
Earlier this morning, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge signed the condolence book at the American Embassy, following the mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando, which killed 49 and left more injured.
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Matthew Barzun, US ambassador greeted the couple at the
This evening, following a rainy Garter Day, Princess Anne received the Longines Ladies Award for her commitment to her favourite sport of horse riding and equestrianism. She also praised her daughter, Zara Tindall's talent in the sport.
The Princess Royal was presented with her award at
The annual service for the Order of the Garter at Windsor Castle took place today, but rain called off the traditional procession down to St George's Chapel, as well as the carriage rides back.
Under threatening, but dry, skies, spouses of the Knights, including Catherine, Duchess
The abysmal weather in London today did not stop the Patron's Lunch from going ahead on the Mall, as 10,000 people sat down to lunch in rain ponchos. It was the arrival of members of the Royal Family, followed by The Queen, which perked things
June is the busiest month in the Royal calendar, so let's take a look at what the Royal Family has in store - from Windsor all the way to Toronto.
[caption id="attachment_6542" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Earl and Countess of Wessex will visit Canada briefly. Picture by
The list for The Queen's birthday honours has been released, and features some well known names, as well as regular members of the public making a difference in their field.
[caption id="attachment_7931" align="aligncenter" width="747"] Th birthday honours list for 2016 includes Ant and Dec, Rod Stewart
The extended Royal Family gathered at St Paul's Cathedral today, to attend a thanksgiving service for The Queen's 90th Birthday. Her Majesty was joined by the likes of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, as well as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie,
A final photo of The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh has been released by the Palace, on the day of Prince Philip's 95th birthday.
One of the couple was only released a fortnight ago, showing the two in Her Majesty's sitting room at Windsor Castle.
The Queen officially opened the fifth Welsh Assembly yesterday, and was joined by Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla.
[caption id="attachment_7904" align="aligncenter" width="747"] The Queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in Cardiff, after the Royal Opening of
On this day in 1913, one of the most famous events of the suffragette movement took place at the Epsom Derby: Emily Wilding Davison was trampled by the King's horse.
The event would lead to her death a few days later.
Who was Emily Wilding Davison?
It was two engagements for Prince Philip yesterday, after he missed the commemorations of the Battle of Jutland on Tuesday. The Duke of Edinburgh visited a hostel for homeless veterans, before rounding off the day by taking the salute at the Sound Retreat.
In Limehouse in east
Prince Harry was chastised by a D-Day veteran this evening, as he attended a reception with Normandy veterans of WWII - without wearing a tie.
A reception was held at Southwick House near Portsmouth on the eve of the D-Day landings, before the remaining veterans make
Photographer Annie Leibovitz took more photos of The Queen to celebrate her 90th birthday, which feature exclusively in new Vanity Fair cover of Her Majesty with her corgis.
The first of the two new photos is the next cover of the magazine. The Queen sits on