Another royal baby! Princess Eugenie revealed on Tuesday, January 24, that she is pregnant with her and husband Jack Brooksbank‘s second child.
Another royal baby! Princess Eugenie revealed on Tuesday, January 24, that she is pregnant with her and husband Jack Brooksbank‘s second child.
, due to take place in the spring. Released on the evening of January 21, the announcement from Royal Communications offers “further details on the ceremonial, celebratory and community events that will take place over the Coronation Weekend” from May 6 to May 8, 2023.The statement continues: “The Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6 May, 2023. The Service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The royal family is getting back to business.
Princess Catherine is stepping out, just one day after her brother-in-law blasted her in his newly released memoir, Spare!
Holding his breath! Prince Harry revealed whether his brother, Prince William, reacted as he “hoped” when learning about Meghan Markle’s first pregnancy.
THE King’s speech was the most watched piece of television on Christmas Day. Over 10.72million people tuned in to see the Monarch deliver the annual festive message for the first time across BBC One, BBC Two and ITV. The number was 1.6million up on the Queen’s last ever festive speech – her 69th Christmas address to the nation.
A royal tradition. King Charles III delivered his first Christmas Day speech as monarch in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II‘s death — and did not mention Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
and Kate Middleton and their family joined and at the morning service at Sandringham Church today, as the royals mark their first Christmas since the passing of on 8 September. Her Majesty the Queen traditionally hosted the family at her Norfolk estate over the Christmas period, and before the pandemic forced her to remain in isolation at Windsor Castle, she had spent every Christmas since 1988 at Sandringham, attending the service at St Mary Magdalene Church surrounded by her family. Almost four months after her death, the royals presented a united front in Norfolk today following an undeniably turbulent period for the family. Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex released their explosive docuseries, , on Netflix.
It's Christmas Day, which means that King Charles III will be making his first ever Christmas Speech later this afternoon.
A royal wedding to remember! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s regal nuptials were watched by millions — and now they are taking Netflix viewers inside the intimate reception.
Prince Harry was "persistent" in his attempts to get a photo of daughter Lilibet with the late Queen, claims one royal expert.
Princess Anne at Windsor Castle, where he was supported by his mum. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the wildlife expert reflected on the cheeky words he said to the royal as she expressed her interest in his projects. He said of the moment: "It was amazing, the most incredible thing was she, I mean clearly had been given research by someone, but she knew who I was and talked through all my projects."We ended up chattering away about some of the places we had been to."I even asked her if she'd like to buy a part of the rainforests for me as part of one of my charities which gave her a really good chuckle."Matt Hancock's partner Gina lands at Heathrow without I'm A Celeb star"We got on famously."Steve added: "For someone like me from humble beginnings being there at Windsor Castle is something I won't forget."The BBC star chose his mum as his guest on the day instead of his wife Helen Glover."Just seeing my mum and being able to say thank you in that way, was special."That's certainly something that I'll hold with me for a long time."Steve's wife was appointed MBE in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to rowing.The sports star received her medal from Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.The presenter said he would've loved to have met the Queen, but is happy his wife was honoured by her.English and Welsh WAGs cheer on their men at World Cup 2022 in Qatar [PICTURED]Mike Tindall stays in Australia with Zara sharing loved-up snap [LATEST]Rod Stewart's heartbreak after losing 'best mates' in two months [RIP]"That's one of the highlights of her career achivements," he continued.During our chat, Steve also discussed his thoughts on I'm A Celebrity...
NEWS presenter Ellie Costello has told of the terrifying moment she realised her stalker was just 10ft away at the Queen's funeral. The GB News journalist, 29, had been bombarded with creepy messages and followed by Airline star Leo Jones for more than a year before he showed up where she was presenting live.
The first trailer of Season 5 of The Crown has dropped and it explores chaos unfolding within the monarchy and Princess Diana's explosive BBC interview with Martin Bashir.
Daniel Craig received a medal of honor at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, getting him one step closer to actually turning into his most iconic character, James Bond. He was awarded the Companion of the Order of St.
Daniel Craig now holds the same royal honour as his most famous screen character.
Ashley Banjo has been made an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by the Princess Royal at an investiture ceremony on Tuesday 18 October.The 34 year old, who was recently left heartbroken as his beloved dog died after a short illness, was seen looking dapper in a black suit with a crisp white shirt underneath as he greeted Princess Anne, 72, in Windsor Castle. Diversity star Ashley folded his hands in front of him as he flashed a wide smile while conversing with the royal, who returned his beaming smile. Anne donned a black skirt with a matching blazer on top for the occasion, which she teamed with stockings and a pair of low heels.
Ashley Banjo brought his mother with him to pick up his MBE for his services to dance.The Diversity star was awarded the honour by the Princess Royal during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, and he couldn’t have looked prouder.Celebrating the milestone moment, he penned: ‘So I went to Windsor Castle with my mum to pick up something a little bit special today
Harry and Meghan after the Royal Family's Twitter account published a new photograph of Queen Consort Camilla surrounded by dozens of Paddington bears.The bears – made up of Paddingtons and other teddies – had been left by members of the public outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle in the wake of the Queen’s death last month. The toys have been collected, professionally cleaned and will be delivered to Barnardo’s children’s services in the coming weeks, Buckingham Palace said.READ MORE: News anchor facing 10 years in gulag for anti-war protest live on air flees RussiaAnd in a photograph to mark the occasion, Camilla is seen smiling broadly while sitting on a low sofa in the Morning Room at Clarence House with an olive branch to the Sussexes visible in the background.The picture shows the Queen Consort and the King, with the Prince and Princess of Wales, their three children and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Prince Louis' christening in 2018.
“The Crown” has, once again, changed heads.Netflix released photos of its new Season 5 cast of the British royal family TV series on Friday. This ensemble of actresses will continue through Season 6, the show’s last.Imelda Staunton becomes the third and final actress to play Queen Elizabeth II on the series — this time during the tumultuous 1990s, in which a fire ravaged Windsor Castle, Princess Diana and Prince Charles had a messy divorce and Diana died in a Paris car crash in 1997.One still shows Staunton, 66, as the queen, looking smaller and grayer than her predecessor Olivia Colman, who won an Emmy for playing the part, next to Jonathan Pryce, 75, as Prince Philip.Another sees a sunglasses-and-swimsuit-clad Diana — Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki, 32, takes over from Emma Corrin — on a boat with Charles (Dominic West, 52), and young princes William (Timothee Sambor) and Harry (Teddy Hawley). But her happiness will be revealed as a facade.
alleged royal rift between King Charles, his son Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle may be lingering in the air, but the new monarch still keeps his family close to his heart.Charles, 73, met with Britain’s Prime Minister Liz Truss at Buckingham Palace on Thursday and eagle-eyed viewers saw how he subtly honored the Duke of Sussex. Around his home, Charles has photos of his family to keep them nearby as he attends to affairs of state.One snapshot showed Harry, 38, and Markle, 41, from their 2018 wedding.Another photo featured Charles’ late mother Queen Elizabeth with himself, alongside grandson Prince William and great-grandson Prince George from Christmas 2019.Charles ascended to the British throne upon the death of the Queen on Sept.
TV Hall of Fame in 1996.“‘Murder, She Wrote’ has given me more worldwide attention than any other role I played in the movies or on the stage,” she said in 2013 while receiving an honorary Oscar. “It’s a wonderful thing to be known in Spain, Portugal, in Paris, in France and Germany and everywhere.”A gifted singer, she also voiced Mrs.
Following Queen Elizabeth II‘s death, Buckingham Palace offered an update on the royal stables’ plans for her favorite horse.
Martin Lewis was upgraded to a CBE for his services to broadcasting and consumer rights in the Queen's New Year Honours back in July. Now with a new medal of recognition, the 50-year-old revealed to fans that he has had to send back his OBE.Taking to his Twitter, the finance expert shared a selfie of him holding up his medal to the camera.In view of his 1.8 million followers, he wrote: "They're taking my OBE off me!"Yep, I got a letter saying now I have been upgraded to a CBE, I need to send the OBE back.So off it goes."Many of his fans flocked to his post to comment, including Davina McCall, who wrote: "Oh Martin!!!Madonna, 64, causes stir in TikTok clip coming out as gay"I’m so chuffed for you.
Sarah Ferguson is updating fans on the well-being of Queen Elizabeth‘s beloved corgis, Muick and Sandy.
READ MORE: Prince Andrew ex Fergie gives update on Queen's corgis now they are living with the pairNow a brand new photo of Emma has been shared by the Palace.In a tweet, the Royal Family said: "For the past fifteen years, Queen Elizabeth regularly rode Emma for light exercise in the grounds around Windsor Castle.""Emma paid tribute to Her Majesty during the Ceremonial Procession in Windsor on Monday, September 19. She will continue to be much-loved and cared for at the Royal Mews, Windsor, and regularly exercised by its small, dedicated team."Emma - full name Carltonlima Emma - was bred at the Murthwaite Stud Farm in Cumbria and was just eight when the Queen first started riding her.Emma's breeder once described the horse, who was bought by the Queen in 2004, as "a wonderful servant to Her Majesty" who she would ride around Windsor Castle well into her twilight years.Pendry said: "The Queen adored Emma and rode her for more than 20 years so it was only right she should have been there, and she behaved impeccably."I think she probably had some sort of sixth sense that Her Majesty wouldn't be riding her anymore and she did her proud by standing there so respectfully."The Queen's passion for horse-riding was well known and is thought to have been sparked by her grandfather King George V when he gifted her a Shetland pony called Peggy.
Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson, the Duchess of York, provided an update on the dogs she deemed "national treasures" that once belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth II. The ex-wife of the disgraced Prince Andrew spoke with "The Telegraph" about the "well-trained" dogs she and the Duke of York inherited after the queen's death in September. Although they divorced in 1992, the duo reside together in England and maintain an exceptionally close relationship. Throughout her reign, Queen Elizabeth owned dozens of corgis, and was frequently pictured with her beloved pets, walking around Windsor Castle. Prince Andrew visited with the royal corgis inside Windsor Castle prior to the Queen's funeral service.
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and came to embody a nation’s gratitude and loyalty to their Monarch. When the late Queen Elizabeth’s funeral cortege arrived at Windsor Castle for the last act of her long goodbye last month, her fell pony Emma was there to greet her. The late Queen's groom Terry Pendry looped her riding headscarf through Emma's saddle as they both said farewell.
A new picture has been released of one of the Queen's favourite ponies who made a poignant appearance at her funeral.Emma the Fell Pony stood at the side of the Long Walk on the approach to Windsor Castle as the coffin carrying her devoted owner was driven past at her final farewell last month.A portrait of the black pony, who was born in 1996, has been released by Buckingham Palace.During the ceremonial procession on September 19, Emma stood in a gap between the hundreds of thousands of floral tributes, in the care of the Queen's trusted stud groom and manager at Windsor Castle, Terry Pendry. A new picture has been released of one of the Queen's favourite ponies who made a poignant appearance at her funeral A portrait of the black pony, who was born in 1996, has been released by Buckingham PalaceEmma was spotted on the side of the road as the Queen's body arrived at Windsor Castle accompanied by Mr Pendry, who has held his position in the Queen's household for the past 25 years.Laid across the pony's saddle was one of the Queen's floral headscarves, an accessory in which the late monarch was often pictured when riding, travelling or watching the races.Meanwhile fans also noticed the moment the pony appeared to stamp her feet in a 'curtsey' to the Queen, with one writing: 'Did the Queen's pony Emma just courtesy as the Queen passed by?!' Mr Pendry, in his bowler hat, black jacket and riding boots, bowed his head as the coffin passed.Behind them were grooms from the Royal Mews at Windsor wearing black armbands in mourning.Emma's ears twitched and she swished her tail, stomping on the ground twice with one of her front hooves as the Queen's coffin moved past in the state hearse with a military parade.
Major pup-date! Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, revealed how Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis are doing following the late monarch’s death on September 8.
her death. Fans, however, have been heartened by the new king’s hire, with an insider telling the Sun on Thursday, “His mother adored having her piper. It’s a lovely tradition.
Craig David is looking to the future and the past as the 41-year-old singer revealed he has a star-gazing talent as a psychic.The Fill Me In star has claimed he has special gifts but has kept them under wraps until now.He told The Sun: “I’m super empathic, super sensitive and super psychic, which I feel very liberated to say now," adding: “I was a bit in the closet about being psychic. But I’m very clairvoyant and I can see things in the future.”READ MORE: Craig David felt Meghan and Harry 'tension' as he performed at their final royal eventCraig also claims he is a “clairaudient” – meaning he can hear people from the past and future.He explained: "My ears ring off like crazy and I know there’s a guide or some ancestor trying to come through – and tuning in.”The artist has just released his eighth solo album and also has a part-memoir, part-self help book coming out.Following the release of his timeless album Born To Do It in 2000, Craig catapulted to fame, with the album going straight to Number 1 in the UK charts.The music legend was handed an MBE for his services to music in 2020's New Year Honours list, picking up the award from the then Prince of Wales – now King Charles III – at Windsor Castle.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking hereIn his book he speaks about a crippling back injury in 2017, which left him in constant pain.
Queen Elizabeth II during her state funeral.Following the ceremony at Westminster Hall, the Queen’s body was taken to Windsor where it was laid to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.She was buried alongside other Royal Family members; her father, King George; Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and her late husband Prince Philip, who died last year at 99 years old.Now, the late monarch’s grave is open for the public to see, but it isn’t cheap to view.Upon opening to the masses, it was almost immediately hit with criticism over its staggering prices.Here is everything you need to know about visiting the Queen’s final resting place.Yes, it is open to the public to see at the King George VI Memorial Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.Windsor was always said to be one of the late Queen's favourite homes, making it a fitting final resting place for her.The doors of the chapel opened to the masses on Thursday, September 29, giving people a chance to say farewell in a more intimate setting when compared to the heaving state funeral.The general public can go on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 4.15pm (last entry is 4pm), but you will need to pay.On Sundays, general visitors are not permitted entrance, but if you are a worshipper, you are allowed inside.The chapel has a maximum capacity of 800, with demand to make the visit remaining high.To pay your respects to the late Monarch, you will need to pay for the privilege to do so.A visit to the King George VI Memorial Chapel will set you back a whopping £28.50 for a weekend visit.It isn’t much better during a week day, as it will still cost a staggering £26.50 to step inside the hallowed halls.However, it should be noted that this is the cost to enter the
Queen’s horses are paying their final respects to the late monarch, by helping clear up tributes left by the public following her death.The rare grey shire horses, Heath, 17, and Nobby, 14, had a “special” relationship with Queen Elizabeth II.She first saw them when they appeared on the Channel 5 series Hampton Court: Behind Closed Doors.READ MORE: King Charles beams alongside Prince William, Kate and Camilla in first official portraitHead coachman Edward McDowell said: "She spotted them, showed the clip to her yard manager and said to him, 'I want those two for the Jubilee parade'."Mr McDowell added: "It's an honour and a privilege – of course we all jumped at the chance. But it's particularly right for them, they're paying their respects."Heath and Nobby lived at Windsor Castle, where they impressed the Queen on their first meeting.McDowell said: "When they arrived, she came and inspected them and said she couldn't wait to see them all plaited up for the show."Once she popped down to see them and fed them some carrots.
The Princess of Wales was all smiles as she met with sailors from the Royal Navy in her first solo royal engagement following the Queen's passing. Mum-of-three Kate, 40, dressed in a navy suit and white blouse, held an audience with the ship’s company of HMS Glasgow at Windsor Castle on Thursday. In 2021, she became the sponsor of the City Class Type 26 frigate, which is currently under construction in Govan, Scotland.
Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest reigning monarch, sadly passed away on 8 September at the age of 96, and her cause of death has now been confirmed as old age, with no other contributing factors. The late monarch died peacefully at Balmoral Castle earlier this month with members of her family her side. Her Majesty's funeral took place on 19 September at Westminster Abbey and she has now been buried at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
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