Like many true Anglophiles, my eyes light up at just the thought of making a visit to the U.K. I adore being abroad; anything is possible.
You might think that for anti-monarchists the Jubilee would be a total nightmare.
After wrapping up last week’s whirlwind Jubilee visit to Canada, Prince Charles arrived back home for next weekend’s festivities to some very good news: a majority of people in the UK now support him as England’s next monarch.
Prince Harry received a prestigious award in our nation’s capital last night, but the young royal’s acceptance speech emphasized his belief that the real honors belong to soldiers injured in war.
Hundreds of thousands of Britain’s children helped to turn Buckingham Palace into a gigantic screen, onto which the UK’s largest artwork was projected this past weekend.
About all that’s clear in this scandal is that there is no smoking gun.
Prince Harry got a “rock star” reception in the Bahamas, wrote Sky News.
For the first time since 1909, and only the third time in the history of England, a town has been officially recognized as a “royal” town.