Now that the Queen is back home from her whirlwind Australian tour, the rest of the royal family appears to be taking off.
The British government is embarking on historic reforms of the monarchy.
The government is proposing to change the centuries-old law of succession that automatically gives male children precedence in inheriting the crown.
The Duchess of Cambridge has signed on for her first royal patronage, but this one’s in the family.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opened a new children’s cancer treatment center in south London on Thursday.
“She’s my grandmother to me first, and then she’s the Queen,” says Prince William in the new book Our Queen. “Words that come from her, I take very personally and I really appreciate.”
The Queen’s granddaughter, Zara Phillips, has joined her husband, Mike Tindall in Dunedin, New Zealand.
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 …
There’s no set curriculum, no “British Monarchy 101” classes for someone marrying into the royal family, but Kate Middleton has been getting a series of private “lessons” to help her acclimate to becoming the Duchess …
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.
That Kate Middleton is not pregnant is probably not likely to strike anyone as major news.