The Queen’s personal adviser and confidante Angela Kelly has written a book about her close working relationship with the monarch.
The Duke of Sussex’s enduring love of Africa has gone from strength to strength over the years.
David Cameron has caused “an amount of displeasure” in Buckingham Palace after admitting to seeking the Queen’s support during the Scottish independence referendum.
The Queen has made a private donation to the British Red Cross Disaster Fund in the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
David Cameron has insisted he did not ask the Queen to do “anything improper” during the referendum on Scottish independence, but admits talking about her “purring down the line” to him had been a “terrible mistake”.
The Duke of Sussex is celebrating his birthday, so here’s 35 photos to mark Harry’s 35 years.
A former lady-in-waiting to the Queen has said the Duke of Edinburgh covered his face with a newspaper and remarked ‘This will be such a shock’ after learning his wife had become monarch.
The Queen joined the crowds on Saturday to watch the annual Braemar Gathering.
The first day at school is a big milestone for any child, let alone a royal youngster arriving in front of the cameras.
A self-styled “Muslim Slayer” who sent the Queen fake anthrax with a note saying “The Clowns R coming 4 you” has been locked up for 12 and a half years.
Abertay University was created in 1994, under government legislation granting the title of University of Abertay Dundee to the Dundee Institute of technology.
Each year without fail, the Queen retreats to Balmoral in Aberdeenshire during the summer months.
A personal thank you letter from the Queen has left a four-year-old Angus girl “over the moon”.
The Queen’s relationship with the 14th Prime Minister of her reign began when Boris Johnson accepted her offer to form the next Government.
The Queen carried out audiences at Buckingham Palace as police released a man arrested for climbing the gates of her royal residence.
The intimate private chapel where Archie Mountbatten-Windsor will be christened had to be entirely rebuilt following the devastating Windsor Castle fire.
The Prince of Wales – the longest-serving holder of the title in history – is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his investiture.
Fifty years ago, the Prince of Wales was invested with his title on July 1 in 1969.
The Prince of Wales – the longest-serving holder of the title in history – is about to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his investiture.
As I was writing last week’s column, it occurred to me that I might hear from a few of you.