The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall met the Maori royalty and commemorated Remembrance Sunday on day five of the Royal visit to New Zealand.
At Turangawaewae marae, near the riverside residence of Kiingi Tuheitia, seen as a unifying leader of New Zealand's Maori
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What engagements will the Royal Family carry out this week?
[caption id="attachment_4511" align="aligncenter" width="747"] This week's Royal engagements. (Michael Garnett)[/caption]
9th November 2015:
The stunning Koh-i-Noor diamond could be stripped from the Crown Jewels and returned to India, if a newly launched legal battle is successful.
British lawyers instructed by the 'Mountain of Light' group (the translation of Koh-i-Noor) are attempting to return to gem to its original home.
Today, The Queen was joined by King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands at the Cenotaph for the traditional Remembrance Sunday ceremony.
[caption id="attachment_4490" align="aligncenter" width="560"] The Queen and King Willem Alexander arrive at the Remembrance Sunday service at The Cenotaph. Picture by Stephen Lock / i-Images[/caption]
The chrysanthemum brooch is in the form of such a flower. Deep blue sapphires form the flower's centre and diamonds the petals. It was a gift to Princess Elizabeth in 1946 for launching the British Princess oil tanker from Sir James Laing & Sons Limited
The Queen has praised the Ministry of Defence for finding the remains of her uncle, Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon, who was killed at the Battle of Loos.
Yesterday, visiting the MoD's Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre, Her Majesty spoke of the work still underway to find and identify
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall met the victorious New Zealand Rugby team yesterday, as they arrived home following their success at the Rugby World Cup.
In a surprise engagement, Charles and Camilla congratlated the victorious team on the third day of their tour
This morning, The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry opened the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey, ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
The grandfather and grandson arrived shortly before 11am to lay wreaths in the area around the abbey, which has opened up to the public each
On the second day of Prince Charles and Camilla's tour of New Zealand, the couple were out and about in Wellington.
The Prince of Wales visited Tawa College to see musical performances and sport demonstrations, and the traditional Maori haka was performed for Charles and the
Victoria's bow brooches are a trio of bows, two large and one small, that - unsurprisingly - belonged to Queen Victoria. The Queen is regularly seen in one of these easy-to-wear brooches, and it certainly makes the top five of her most-worn pieces. She also wore
Early this morning, Prince Charles and Camilla landed in Wellington, New Zealand, to begin their tour of the country.
Shortly after 12pm (around 11pm GMT), The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrived in a New Zealand Air Force plane, to a windy and wet
The Earl of Wessex has spent time in Toronto, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Canada recently, and his schedul has been jam-packed.
Arriving last Monday for his 37th trip to Canada, Prince Edward attended the Toronto Scottish Anniversary Parade and Reception at the Bellenden Hutcheson
The brooch takes the form of a dove. It is a simple diamond frame with platinum and gold shamrocks, thistles, roses and daffodils (the flowers of the UK) and holly leaves inside. The holly symbolises unity, and the dove design stands for peace.
The piece was a
Last night, The Duke of York, Princess Beatrice and Sarah, Duchess of York, attended Prince Andrew's Pitch at the Palace event at St James's Palace.
The bi-annual event, now in its second year, sees 15 entrepreneurs and inventors pitch their ideas to a room of other businessmen
This brooch is in the form of a spray of wattle, the national flower of Australia, mimosa leaves and tea-tree blossoms. It was presented to The Queen in 1954 as she toured Australia after her Coronation. The brooch has yellow diamonds on the wattle spray,
An unusal celebration that is only found in the UK, Bonfire Night is celebrated on 5th November each year. But what is Bonfire Night and why do we celebrate it?
"Remember, remember, the 5th of November, gunpowder, treason and plot." The first line of this well-known ditty
This brooch features three thistles with diamonds and gold and silver, possibly a white metal, for the leaves.
The Press Association, according to From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault, reported the brooch was a gift from the Sultan of Oman, part of a set of four given to
This flower brooch is in the form of a spray of millet (sometimes called sorghum), a crop that is abundant in Botswana. It features 11 pear shaped diamonds to create the heads of the millet, with simple gold for the stem and leaves.
The President of