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Prince Philip is “in good spirits” and remains under observation, says a Buckingham Palace spokesperson.
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.
Buckingham Palace has announced travel plans for the royal family to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee next year.
It’s been a spectacular year for the British monarchy from a public standpoint, but it also appears, as far as outsiders can tell, that it’s been an incredibly successful year for the personal lives of royals as well.
When the going gets tough, the Queen takes a pay cut.
We’ve been skeptical before about Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors reported by tabloids.
Leaders of the Commonwealth nations have unanimously approved sweeping changes in the succession of the British monarchy.
Filling in for her father-in-law Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cambridge performed her first official engagement on her own, a private reception for Kind Direct at Clarence House.
The Queen continues her 10-day Australian trip, but other members of the royal family are on the move as well.
Receiving a 21-gun military salute, the plane carrying Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip touched down at an Australian air force base in the country’s capital city of Canberra on Wednesday.