WI members have revealed that The Queen pours tea at WI meetings, as well as her familiarity with modern technology.
The Queen, who is honorary president of the women's club, has attended a meeting at the Sandringham branch almost every year since 1943.
One member revealed the normality
Prince Charles spent the day in Leeds on Thursday, visiting a prison and wool mill in the city.
At Leeds prison, The Prince of Wales met inmates and staff involved in the Through-the-Door project, part of his Mosaic initiative, which provides mentoring to help young people
Today The Queen marked her historic milestone with business as usual in Scotland.
Her Majesty, who is now the longest serving Monarch in British history, opened the Scottish Borders Railway in Tweedbank. We have taken a look at her reign here.
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Today Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II becomes the longest reigning Monarch in British History. The Queen has overtaken the record set by Queen Victoria, her great-great-great grandmother, and continues to work, way beyond the age of an average British citizen.
The Crown Chronicles takes a look
Tomorrow, Prince Charles will be making a documentary to mark the 40th anniversary of The Prince’s Trust.
The programme, being made for ITV, will be filmed at Dumfries House, where The Prince of Wales will spend the day, as The Queen becomes the longest reigning Monarch
Royal portraiture has always been a point of discussion, but now it seems that Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is trying her hand at it, by drawing her children.
The Daily Mail reports that Catherine has been filling her time with a new hobby: sketching Prince George
The potential new leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, has made comments wanting to reduce the powers of The Queen.
His comments, made during a leadership hustings last week, have been branded an 'assault on the Monarchy', as he wants to further reduce the role Her Majesty
The Queen was joined by The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales, and Peter and Autumn Phillips at the Braemar Games today, celebrating its 200th birthday.
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Her Majesty took the short journey from Balmoral to Braemar, where
Downton Abbey returns for its final series this month - and it is guaranteed to have some Royal viewers glued to the TV screen, including The Queen.
Author Brian Hoey, who has penned books 'At Home with The Queen' and 'Not in front of the Corgis',
Designer Bruce Oldfield has revealed how Diana, Princess of Wales, stopped wearing his designs following her divorce, and his fashion company almost folded because of it.
Speaking to The Sunday Times, Mr Oldfield, 65, has said that after Diana stopped wearing his designs in the 1990s,
A poll of historical writers has named King Henry VIII as the worst Monarch in history.
62 writers were surveyed by the Historical Writers Association (HWA), and more than 20% of the votes were given to the second Tudor King, out of Soverieigns from across history and
Vandals have destroyed a pear tree planted by Princess Anne to mark the centenary of the Quintinshill rail disaster.
The tree in Gretna Green marked the loss of over 220 lives of soldiers and civilians, and was planted in May by The Princess Royal. Quintinshill remains
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is addicted to her son's Australian cookery show, says Tom Parker-Bowles.
Tom, 40, is currently a judge on 'The Hotplate', an Australian cooking competition, and spoke with The Sunday Times about his mother's new favourite show.
The Duchess' son recently spoke about Prince
The Countess of Wessex was joined by her daughter, Lady Louise, on Sunday to watch the English hockey team take on the Dutch.
Sophie and Louise, 11, were in London to see the teams play at the Unibet EuroHockey Championships. They tried their hands at hockey at
The Royal Mint have released a £20 coin to mark The Queen becoming the longest reigning Monarch in British history.
The coin is struck in fine silver, and features five portraits that British coinage has seen since Her Majesty ascended the throne: from young Queen, to
Londoners and its visitors are being asked to line the banks of the River Thames and applaud The Queen as she becomes the longest reigning Monarch on 9th September.
A small river pageant will take place, reminiscent of the Diamond Jubilee River Pageant, and organisers are
The lost Princes in the Tower is a mystery that historians have not been able to solve for centuries. Now, Phillipa Langley of the Richard III Society, who launched the search for King Richard's body in 2012, is seeking to clear Richard's name and find out
Prince Charles has called for the return of a Cherry tree avenue to Chester Road in Regent's Park.
In April, the Prince made a statement about the Royal Parks Foundation (RPF) campaign, lending his support to replant the cherry trees which lined the London road. The trees, which blossom