Queen Elizabeth's appearance on the cover of Vogue will be her first since her accession to the throne, knowing that she appeared previously in 1927, when she was a little girl, sitting on her mother's lap.
This is with reference to the news item published on Jan.10, Gulf Today, “Duchess of Cambridge, Britain’s reliable Royal Kate, turns 40.” Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, turned 40 on Sunday, hitting the milestone as her profile soars
I don’t know who’s doing Prince Andrew’s PR these days, maybe someone seconded from Downing Street because it’s really that bad, but you have to wonder whether him “insisting” on a jury trial for his alleged sex crimes is entirely advisable.
They’ve tied red, white and blue bunting between the beech trees all the way up the street. Half the windows have got Union Jacks in and giant posters of the Queen. It’s a definite upgrade. The only face that normally gets put up in the windows round here belongs to Nigel Farage.
Queen Elizabeth II of England celebrated the 70th year of her reign – she was crowned on June 2, 1951 when she was 26 – on Thursday, and England went into celebration mode. Most of those living and working in the country today were not born when she became queen. The people display affection for her which is
Perhaps because he’s experienced it’s worst side for virtually his entire life, broadly speaking, Prince Harry is right about the British press. It’s a raucous institution, a “feral beast” you might say, intrusive, rude, abrasive, on a deadline for a story and insatiable. The media has peddled stories about him and his wife that are sometimes wide of
If it feels like the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle furore is reaching peak circus, that’s because it is. But I don’t blame the ex-royal couple one bit. And neither should you. On the contrary — forget the fact that they’ve got an “explosive” documentary coming out this week, and forget loudmouths like Piers Morgan lamenting his feelings
William, now heir to the throne, had screamed at him when he discussed leaving his official royal role almost three years ago, Harry said, while he also added he believed the press were responsible for Meghan having a miscarriage.
The reaction of many, especially certain sections of the press, to Netflix’s Harry and Meghan documentary, shows us something about Britain. It shows us that Britain is a nation still struggling with its imperial and colonial past, and its response to racism. Meghan Markle’s presence in the royal family made her yet another victim of Britain’s
Very often it’s what they don’t say, and how they don’t say it, that matters as much as the actual formal text of a public address. As a new head of state, with an undeniably hard act to follow, the King made all the right calls in his Christmas address.