Prince Harry might end up being the first royal ever to testify in a criminal trial. But don’t worry, it’s only as a witness.
Prince Harry has finished up his helicopter training here in the U.S. and has returned home to England.
The Queen continues her 10-day Australian trip, but other members of the royal family are on the move as well.
As promised, there was no public fanfare to mark Prince Harry’s arrival at El Centro Air Force Base at the end of last week.
With all the talk of Prince Harry’s military training trip to the U.S. this month, perhaps you’ve wondered exactly when he’s getting here.
Prince Harry hasn’t even finished his helicopter training yet, but there’s of course already been much interest in where he’ll eventually be deployed. It’s been reported that senior Army commanders will make the decision, in ...
It’s a little difficult to sort out what really went on when Mike Tindall and some of his teammates went to a nightclub on Sunday in Queenstown, New Zealand, where they are competing for the Rugby World Cup.
Prince Charles observed the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, honoring the families of those killed and adding some very personal remarks about the assassination of his uncle in 1979.
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