Former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown’s new book, 'The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – the Truth and the Turmoil,' continues where Brown left off in her previous book, 'The Diana Chronicles,' just after the princess’ untimely death in a car crash in Paris.
“I feel really let down because he’s been through something similar. He knows what the pain feels like,” Harry said of his father. “I will always love him but there’s a lot of hurt that’s happened.”
Long-established plans for his funeral have had to be redrawn and scaled down because of COVID-19 restrictions, but Buckingham Palace said they remained very much in line with Philip's wishes.
Martin Bashir, the BBC journalist who tricked princess Diana into giving an explosive interview, on Sunday apologised to Princes William and Harry, but said claims linking his actions to her death were “unreasonable.” A report by retired senior judge John Dyson
For me London and Queen were always synonymous until I grew up. I grew up watching and reading about Queen Elizabeth II since the day I started going out to school. I would read in the magazine and newspapers about her life and journey. She had been a part and parcel of my life. Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in
The irony of a lifelong supporter of a republic writing a column cheerleading for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is not lost on me. The thing is, I’ve never much liked bullies. Or bullying. And there has been a lot of that directed at the Sussexes. But now, in full view of the watching nation, Harry and Meghan have reunited with Wills
It’s quicker to list the similarities than the differences in character and personality between Queen Elizabeth II and her successor, King Charles III, but despite the basic singularity of their shared destinies, it is not such a long list: Their mutual — and seemingly — perpetual duty to the royal role. Their shared inclination and instinct for
It will take quite a bit to get used to the change for the people in Britain, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Cornwall of living under Charles III, the new monarch who succeeded Elizabeth II after she passed away on September 8. For 70 years it was “Her Majesty the Queen”. They now must get used to “His Majesty the King”.
On Aug. 31, it will have been 25 years since Diana, the Princess of Wales, died in a Paris car crash and swept the world into mass mourning. Yet, the woman dubbed “the people’s princess” by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair seems as popular as ever. In the last two years alone there have been several documentaries
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was not just Queen Elizabeth II. She was simply The Queen. For billions of people, she was the one constant in a world of bewildering change, an omnipresent matriarch linking the past with the present. While the enormous British Empire she once presided over shrank, her symbolic influence only