Queen Elizabeth has given the Duchess of Cornwall a new title to mark the seventh anniversary of her marriage to Prince Charles.
It’s perhaps not a particularly surprising piece of news that the Queen, in a pageant-laden speech to both houses of Parliament, pledged to “rededicate” herself to serving her country and her people. After all, public service is …
Prince Harry’s Diamond Jubilee tour of the Caribbean, writes The Daily Beast, “has undoubtedly been the most successful undertaken by a member of the British Royal family since the Diana era.
The number one most viewed article on the Telegraph’s website today is a story about Sarah Palin?
Queen Elizabeth takes after Queen Victoria in at least one way – Britain’s current ruling monarch, like her great-great-grandmother, is also an admirer of Charles Dickens.
During the Queen’s trip Down Under last year, Australians demonstrated their overwhelming support for the monarchy and the royal family.
The plan to build a new royal yacht is gaining support in Britain.
Prince Philip is “in good spirits” and remains under observation, says a Buckingham Palace spokesperson.
Those royalty lessons Kate’s been getting must be working. The Duchess hasn’t made a misstep yet, though of course that might have just as much to do with her own innate poise and finely-tuned sensibilities as with any royal …