Netflix has dropped a trailer for its series about the life and times of Queen Elizabeth, and it looks pretty good, frankly, as well as downright sumptuous.
When you own an extensive art collection—as does Queen Elizabeth II—you’ll occasionally need to send a couple of pieces out for some restoration work. Which is how conservators uncovered a man popping a squat and taking a poop in the corner of a 17th century Dutch painting that once belonged to George IV.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday, there’ll be a series of exhibits dedicated to the under-appreciated style icon’s wardrobe. Out of my way I have to book a ticket on Kayak right goddamn now.
Something important has happened: Prince Harry has a beard again, and he’s had it for weeks and weeks and he shows no signs of shaving it off.
As of Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II, woefully under-appreciated style icon, is the longest-reigning monarch in British history.
Because Americans are a bunch of thirsty Anglophiles, Netflix is plowing a big chunk of change into a series about Queen Elizabeth II. It’s called The Crown. It’s gonna cost a fortune.
Shade Court is in session and I am very much ready for this ridiculous week to be over.
That dull roar audible all weekend was the sound of the United Kingdom’s national press, freaking the fuck out over some leaked footage of a 7-year-old Queen Elizabeth seemingly giving a Nazi salute.
Scott Disick continues the self-described “bender of his life.” In the past few days Disick hosted a “bevy” of “scantily clad women.” The “handful” of women arrived outside of Disick’s house with rapper Mally Mall; one even came in a bathrobe! While the NYDN is obsessed with what the “group” of women were wearing, the…
Seems like rumors earlier this year are true—famed corgi enthusiast Queen Elizabeth is pretty much done accumulating corgis. According to one insider, the 89-year-old monarch doesn’t want to leave behind a bunch of young dogs when she dies. LIZZIE, NO.
Very sad news to anyone hoping for random Harry sightings while wandering New York City: Queen Elizabeth has not, contrary to prior reports, purchased an apartment in Manhattan.
The Queen might have to pack up and relocate from Buckingham Palace—temporarily, anyway, because the old pile apparently needs millions and millions of dollars worth of renovations. Frankly, the place sounds like a dump.
All hail Queen Elizabeth II, who is still very much alive despite reports to the contrary. The monarch went to the doctor for her annual check-up on Wednesday and emerged from the hospital’s waiting room to the sad news that she had died, courtesy of the BBC.
God, Prince Harry. I didn’t even really get him because growing up, Prince William was much more my steez and in my adolescent age bracket.
On VE Day, not-yet Queen Elizabeth slipped out of Buckingham Palace and joined the festivities. Please enjoy this clip from a recent Channel 4 program about her evening on the town, in which women who came along reminisce about doing the conga through Piccadilly and down the streets of London then trooping into the…
Queen Elizabeth has slid down the pole and is no longer among the three hundred richest individuals in the United Kingdom. Somebody break the news to Prince George that he can have either an entire Toys R Us or an entire FAO Schwartz for Christmas, but not both. Down here among the hoi polloi one must make choices,…
At some point in the next few days, Kate Middleton will have her second child. In honor of this happy event, here are some pictures of great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II looking at babies. Because when you’re a largely ceremonial figure, you spend a fair bit of time staring at babies.
During last summer's trip to Northern Ireland, Queen Elizabeth paid a visit to the Game of Thrones set. But, much to the dismay of fans of Royals Doing Things photography, she declined to sit on the Iron Throne of Westeros for a quick pic. Turns out she wasn't just toying with our emotions—it's all about protocol.
Sure, Kate Middleton has great hair and she can probably find the most tasteful item in Zara blindfolded. And in her day, Princess Diana was widely respected as the reigning monarch of Western fashion. But you know who doesn't get enough credit for her style skills? Queen Elizabeth II.