Organiser of the Patron's Lunch, Peter Phillips, has stepped down from his position as a trustee for the event, over a conflict of interest as The Queen's grandson, it has been revealed.
Peter, 38, was organising the 10,000 person street party to celebrate The Queen's 90th
A new study into what caused Henry VIII's abrupt change in behaviour from the mid 1530s has said it was a brain injury which altered the Tudor Monarch's personality. But historian Tracy Borman is not so sure
A new book claims that Prince Harry narrowly escaped death or serious injury from a Taliban rocket during his tour in Afghanistan.
Harry, 31, served two tours of the war-zone first as a then as an Apache gunner, and new publication 'Coldstream Guards, 10 Years in
Princess Marie of Denmark wasn't convinced she should accept Prince Joachim's proposal, as she was concerned about what a Royal life would bring to her, and her independence.
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Speaking to Danish
Queen Elizabeth II, who recently became the longest-reigning British Monarch in history, is busy from morning until midnight it would seem
Known for its status as the oldest inhabited castle in the world, Windsor rightly takes its place at the heart of the British Monarchy, and has been a home to many-a Monarch for almost 1000 years. Queen Elizabeth currently uses Windsor Castle each weekend, so
William and Kate, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have recorded tributes to The Queen for an ITV show to celebrate her 90th birthday, and TV duo Ant and Dec will host a live celebration from The Royal Windsor Horse Show.
The Queen’s 90th birthday will
Police have explained they have been issuing increasing numbers of privacy warnings on The Queen's Sandringham Estate. Royal news.
A Freedom of Information request has shown that almost 50 warnings have been handed out to those loitering around Her Majesty's Norfolk home - where she is
The Royal Diary begins to pick up again now, and plenty of the Royal Family are back to work. So who is where, and what will they be doing? Read about the latest Royal engagements below.
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Keen artist Prince Charles is now one of Britain’s most successful living creatives, having sold millions of pounds worth of prints of his paintings.
Since 1997, Clarence House has revealed, The Prince of Wales has earned £2 million from selling limited edition lithograph prints of his work
It is thought The Queen is to hand over two of her well-known patronages to The Duchess of Cambridge and grandson, Prince Harry, later this year - a further sign the 89-year-old Monarch is decreasing her workload.
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Prince Harry cheered on hopefuls for this year's Orlando Invictus Games yesterday, as they took part in try-outs at Bath University, marking the 100 day countdown until the 2016 games.
Harry, who founded the games based on a competition her saw for injured ex-soldiers in America, got
A favourite tipple of The Duke of Edinburgh's has been revamped after decades off the shelf - and Prince Philip is delighted.
The Duke's favourite beer was Double Diamond, an ale, but production was stopped in the 1990s. Now, a brewery in Burton-on-Trent - home of
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall yesterday met with survivors of domestic abuse to help try to tackle the taboo subject in society. The Duchess visited the SafeLives charity, which supports women and their families affected by an abusive partner.
Camilla attended the event at Oval with the
State leaders in Australia have shown their support for the country to become a republic, by signing a petition to remove Queen Elizabeth II as their Head of State and replace her with a president.
The head of the Australian Republic Movement (ARM), Peter FitzSimons, has
Prince William and brother Prince Harry are mourning the loss of friend and explorer, Henry Worsley, who has passed away following his attempt at crossing the Antarctic alone.
Kensington Palace announced the death of the brothers' 55-year-old friend this morning, after he suffered organ failure, following
Google has launched a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace - and it's available on your smartphone.
The royal.gov website already offers a virtual tour online, but the Royal Collection Trust - which maintains the building - has teamed up with internet giant Google to take Buckingham
On this day in 1936, George V passed away at Sandringham House, at around midnight, as a victim of lung disease. But his end was not a natural one - his doctors helped speed up his death with a lethal cocktail of drugs.
On the evening