Prince William, Duke of Cambridge has revealed how being a father has made him 'more emotional' in a documentary to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his father's charity, The Prince's Trust.
"I'm a lot more emotional than I used to be, weirdly" William said. "I never
In the 2015 table of Royal engagements, showing how many official duties each member carried out over the year, Princess Anne leads the Royal Family.
The Princess Royal, 65, trumped all of her family, by undertaking a whopping 456 engagements last year - on average, 1.2
In Queen Margrethe of Denmark's New Year speech, she announced her husband, Prince Henrik, will be retiring from his Royal duties.
Towards the end of the speech, The Queen, 75, thanked her husband of 48 years for his work at her side, before announcing his decision to
It has been revealed that The Royal Mint shelved an idea for a hexagonal 60p coin to commemorate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee of 2012.
Despite research showing support for the idea, the Royal Mint decided that the number and design of commemorative coins prepared for the
2015 is almost over, so let's take a look back at the Royal year and it's most popular moments.
15. Starting our list of most popular stories in 2015 is the mistake that a BBC journalist made, tweeting that The Queen had died. Read the full
In The Queen's New Year's Honours list, a number of well-known names have been recognised across a variety of fields.
Heading the list of 1,196 people are some big names in film and TV, including Eastenders veteran Barbara Windsor, who receives a Damehood, and Idris Elba,
Christmas is over and the sales have begun, so grab yourself a Royal bargain.
Perfect for slouchy day, or dressed up for a spot of lunch, The Duchess of Cambridge has worn a baby pink cashmere jumper from John Lewis. Get yours below.
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Continuing from Mary Leiter's story
An institution over 1,000 years old, the British Monarchy has a few odd rules and traditions. The weirdest? It has to be that The Queen doesn't legally need a driving license!
The Royal Standard can never be flown at half mast over Buckingham Palace
In a documentary that will air next week, Prince William and Prince Harry have revealed their father, Prince Charles, is just like any other - he's embarrassing! He has a habit of 'rabbiting on', and laughing at awkward moments, with The Prince of Wales himself explaining
Prince Charles has released a special Christmas message for those currently serving in the Armed Forces.
A video message released on Forces TV shows The Prince of Wales thanking those who serve their Queen and Country.
[caption id="attachment_5682" align="aligncenter" width="747"] Charles has released a message thanking the Armed
Still at Sandringham for the festive break, The Queen and members of the Royal Family attended church.
The Queen, in a cream boucle coat and hat, was driven up to St Mary Magdalene's church, whilst her family walked up.
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This year's Queen's speech had a faith-heavy message, reminding viewers of faith in times of hardship, particularly following some of this year's events.
[caption id="attachment_5616" align="aligncenter" width="632"] The Queen's 2015 speech focussed heavily on faith.[/caption]
"It is true that the world has had to confront moments of
The Royal Family attended the traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene's church in Sandringham today.
Those invited to Sandringham walked from the 'Big House' to the church just a short distance down the road, for the service conducted by .
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Prince William and younger brother Prince Harry competed in the traditional Christmas Eve football match yesterday.
At Castle Rising, not far from Sandringham, the brothers arrived in grey hoodies and shorts to warm up for the match, which is an annual fixture in William and Harry's
Depicting curved ears of wheat, these brooches, which total six, feature diamonds set in gold. The six are two pairs of three, mirroring one another.
William IV had these made for Queen Adelaide in 1831, from Rundell, Bridge & Co. The diamonds came from the family's
[caption id="attachment_3444" align="alignleft" width="250"] The flame lily brooch from Rhodesia.[/caption]
The Flame Lily brooch is in the simplified form of such a flower, the national flower of Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe.
It was presented to Princess Elizabeth during a tour of the country in 1947, the year before she
England has no right to use the Stone of Scone for Prince Charles' coronation, says the man who stole the stone in 1950.
Ian Hamilton, 90, said that as The Queen, ie the British Monarch, is not the Head of the Church of Scotland, it should