Rarely does The Queen become involved in disputes over land or titles - but it seems this occasion needed the guiding hand of Her Majesty.
The Queen has reportedly signed a letter asking the Privy Council's Judicial Committee to resolve the disputed title: the baronetcy of
In a rare interview, The Coutess of Wessex has spoken of her daughter, Lady Louise, her sight problems, and how they have motivated her to support sight charities across the world.
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Speaking to The Sunday Express whilst in Qatar,
Today, William and Catherine highlighted the plight of young people with mental health problems at an event at Harrow College, on World Mental Health Day.
The charities, Mind and Time To Change, organised the meeting at the college to mark the international awareness day.
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In a rare interview, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco has spoken of the difficulty of losing her mother, Princess Grace of Monaco, when she was just 17, and how her adopted elephants helped her.
Speaking to Point de Vue, a French magazine, Stéphanie said: "After I got over
Jermey Corbyn has once again snubbed Her Majesty The Queen and outraged Royalists by missing his first Privy Council meeting.
It was said the leader of the Labour Party was to refuse a position on Her Majesty's Privy Council so he did not have to kneel before
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been granted permission to enforce a no-fly zone over their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
William and Catherine applied for the special measure, which has been granted by the Department for Transport 'in view of the need for security for
Prince Harry visited Paignton Rugby Club, Devon, last night, for more rugby-centred work.
The Prince was there to award the Queens Park club a Gold Standard for their facilities, from the Rugby Football Union.
The Paignton club is part of the RFU's All Schools Programme, which develops
The Countess of Wessex visited Qatar this week, and has called upon big businesses to fulfil social responsibilities.
At a conference of influential business people, Sophie urged companies to do more for charities, and gave Standard Chartered Bank as an example. The company has raised over
Last night, Prince Harry attended the WellChild awards, hailing the bravest children of the UK.
The 31-year-old is the charity's patron, supporting their work with seriously ill children and their families' ensuring they have the best possible care.
In his suit, Harry attended the event at the
Prince Harry spoke of his mother's inspiration to him and his charity work this week, as he trekked with Walking with the Wounded.
Speaking to Victoria Murphy of the Daily Mirror, the former Army Captain spoke about hisbehind the scenes work with the Mnistry of Defence’s
Unseen photos of Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding have sold at auction for $12,000 in Boston.
The collection of 12 images, said to be never-before-seen, was taken on 29th July 1981 at Buckingham Palace, following the wedding ceremony.
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Today, Prince Harry took part in training to prepare for his walk for Walking with the Wounded, and called for the end to mental health stigma.
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Training took place at Ludlow Castle, Shropshire,
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At the rugby this weekend, the Duchess was
To the surprise of military students, Prince Harry turned up to hand out medals to outstanding students in Dover today.
Harry, 31, is thought to have attended as Governor Simon Daglish is a co-founder of the charity Walking With The Wounded, which the Prince has supported over
A panel of experts have re-examined the information regarding the death of Lord Darnely, husband of Mary Queen of Scots, and have concluded she wasn't guilty of ordering his murder.
The inquiry, using modern technologies and all the evidence at its disposal, exonerates Mary, who has often been suspected of
Prince Charles and Camilla spent the day in Dundee yesterday to remember the centenary of the Battle of Loos.
Loos was one of the biggest battles of the First World War, where 21,000 British soldiers died, about 7,000 of whom were Scottish.
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At yesterday's Rugby World Cup match between Wales and England, brothers William and Harry were at war, as they supported opposing sides.
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The Princes announced their rivalry just this week, Wiliam publicly when he
Today, The Duchess of Cambridge visited a women's prison addiction programme at HMP Send to see the work of the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust.
Catherine, who has taken an interest in addiction, spoke with prisoners about their personal experience with addiction. For many, almost half,