After a long country idyll, Will and Kate and kiddos are returning to London. But first they want more room in Kensington Palace, and accommodating them means putting a two-story basement under the Orangery. (You know—where you keep the oranges.) Problem is, mega-basements are a very touchy subject in the tonier parts…
Here is a break with the British monarchy’s stiff-upper-lip tradition, in the name of destigmatizating mental health struggles: Prince Harry has given an interview about his long-running emotional struggles in the wake of his mother’s very public death, culminating in finally getting some help in his late 20s.
Here is a very, very good rumor: That the Trump White House is insisting on a golden carriage ride during President Store-Brand Artificially Flavored Orange Popsicle’s state visit to London.
If Prince Charles would like to add another title to his impressive pile, perhaps he would consider accepting the billing of “Prince of Transylvania.”
Here you go, just what the doctor ordered—one minute and 11 seconds of Queen Elizabeth II feeding bananas to elephants.
Royal spawn George and Charlotte will be part of their Aunt Pippa’s May 20th nuptials—as a page boy and bridesmaid, respectively. As they are both under the age of four, it seems very likely that one of them will freak out, run wild, or otherwise steal the show with some manner of antics. Which will it be?
Have you talked to grandpa since he got back from Italy? Yeah, sounds like he and Camilla had a great time.
Please spare a thought today for Upper East Side parents who have learned that their children will NOT be attending a Manhattan chapter of the same school as wee autocrat Prince George. Truly, we all face hardships and setbacks in this life.
Prince William has presumably been released from the royal doghouse following his bout of ill-advised dad dancing, and now, he and Kate Middleton are enjoying a two-day trip to Paris. What have they been up to? Let’s find out!
Prince William may be in deeper trouble than mere grousing from the tabloids; he might, in fact, be in the royal doghouse. Even the corgis don’t have to stay in the royal doghouse.
Queen Elizabeth II has been monarch so long that a sovereign’s death is unprecedented in the memories of many Britons, and the world has changed so immensely in the decades since the funeral of George VI that her passing will require a whole new playbook. But you’d better believe they do have a detailed plan,…
Oh my God.
Bloody monarchy. Who needs it? Not this toddler, apparently.
Does Queen Elizabeth II refuse to dirty her nails with any polish other than Essie’s “Ballet Slippers”? Join me on a quest for truth.
As we’ve all learned from Shark Tank, a huge publicity opportunity can be a great boon for company. However if you don’t have your shit together, it can go the way of the now-defunct label Issa, the fashion house behind Kate Middleton’s famous blue engagement dress.
Late Wednesday afternoon, The Daily Mail published a story with the following headline: “Don’t get jealous, Harry! Meghan Markle is reunited with her on-screen fiancé as Suits airs for first time since her relationship with Prince Harry went public.”
Madame Tussauds London has decked out their collection of alarming Windsor waxworks in Christmas sweaters, rendering the group somehow even more alarming.
Prince Harry’s tour of the Caribbean has continued with a stop in Barbados, and he lived everybody’s dream trip to the island when he met Rihanna.
Thanksgiving is an occasion which families often take as an opportunity to ask their youngest members probing questions about their relationship status. But will your uncle who fancies himself quite the comedian mortify you as badly the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda just did Prince Harry?