The Countess of Wessex was joined by her daughter, Lady Louise, on Friday, to open Girlguiding's new headquarters in London.
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Girlguiding asked its president, Sophie, to open their new HQ on Buckingham Palace Road. The building has a different theme relating to the
The Indian government has stated that the Koh-i-Noor diamond - now part of the Crown Jewels - was given to the British in the 19th century, and not stolen.
In a Supreme Court hearing, the Solicitor General for India, Ranjit Kumar, said the maharajah at the
History repeated itself today as William and Kate sat on the bench in front of the Taj Mahal, just like Diana did, on the last day of their tour of India.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the 17th century marble creation ‘as a thank
William and Kate undertook a five-hour hike in the Himlayas today, as they concluded their visit to the tiny Asian Kingdom of Bhutan.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were taken up the pine-filled slopes by a guide to visit the ancient Tiger's Nest monastery, a 17th century building
Conservation was the focus of Day 4 of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit to India, and it began with a safari.
At Kaziranga National Park, Assam, where the couple arrived last night, William and Kate boarded a jeep to take in the sights of
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went from rubbing shoulders with street children, to having lunch with the Indian Prime Minister Modi today, as they continue their #RoyalVisitIndia
William and Catherine began at a centre for street children in New Delhi, run by the Salaam Baalak Trust,
The British High Commissioner for India held a birthday party for The Queen tonight, with Royal guests, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
India, as a Commonwealth realm, celebrated Her Majesty's 90th birthday - which takes place later this month - with a party at the
On the second day of their tour in India, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with young entrepreneurs, the future of India, before visiting Mahatma Ghandi's house.
See what the Cambridges got up to yesterday - memorial, cricket, and Bollywood glam dinner.
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William and Kate continue their tour of India and Bhutan, while Princess Anne keeps notching up the numbers on her engagements.
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It was a glam dinner for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the first day of their Royal Visit to India today, and Catherine wowed in sapphire blue.
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Today marked the first day of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit to India, beginning in Mumbai. Their first stop was at their hotel, the Taj Palace, before playing cricket with locals.
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This evening, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opened their home to young future leaders of India and Bhutan ahead of their tour next week.
William and Kate met Bhutanese and Indian students enrolled on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office's Chevening Scholarship Programme, the UK's international
Visitors to Windsor Castle will be able to enjoy a Royal cup of tea from 2018, as the castle undergoes huge refurbishment, including the installation of a cafe.
The Royal Collection Trust will begin a £37 million investment programme next year, to redevelop and improve facilities at
Historian Dr Anna Whitelock has come out with something of an outrageous claim - that the Monarchy could be on its last legs by 2030, when The Queen is no longer on the throne.
Whitelock, who is a reader in early modern history at Royal Holloway
A new children's book based upon The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is to be released next month, to mark Princess Charlotte's first birthday.
This is the second book from David Seow, a children's author from Singapore, to be based on the Cambridges, with this tale dedicated
Following the Easter break, the Royal diary is slowly filing up, with Princess Anne once again out in force across all parts of the UK. Is there a Royal visit near you this week?
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Letters have revealed that Edward VIII did not feel he had deserved the Military Cross he was awarded during the First World War.
It was in 1916 that Edward, then Prince of Wales, was awarded the medal for frequent trips to the trenches, in the hope
Pubs across England and Wales will be able to extend their opening hours in June, so that the country can celebrate and toast The Queen's 90th birthday.
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