A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace has clarified that Princes Charles and William did not snub Donald Trump on his recent visit to the UK, because they never intended to meet with him in the first place. Totally different!
When Meghan Markle announced that her father would not be attending her demented, vaguely Brexit-themed amusement park ride on Saturday, the good money was on her mother, Doria Ragland, taking over and walking Markle down the aisle. But those odds were shattered into a million pieces by the combined forces of the…
Author Tom Bower has delivered to royal gossip media a gift basket to last til the end of our lives, via the Daily Mail. The excerpt from his new book Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles, is a straightforward list of requirements to accommodate Prince Charles’s travel, dietary, and bowel…
ATTENTION: in a move being described as “fearless,” Kim Kardashian-West has appeared publicly in bike shorts, a fanny pack, the sweatshirt from my bottom drawer, commuting sneakers and socks, fucking socks–so that we may feel the sun on our faces once more.
Ed Sheeran, who is currently awaiting his fate in the Tower of London, violated royal protocol when he touched Prince Charles’s arm on Thursday while being awarded one of Britain’s highest honors, the Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his services to music and charity. May God have mercy on his soul.
Diana, Princess of Wales, was the most famous woman of the late twentieth century, and August 31 is the two-decade anniversary of her death. Consequently, the media business on both sides of the Atlantic plans to spend the next few weeks in a total, shameless scramble for ratings.
If Prince Charles would like to add another title to his impressive pile, perhaps he would consider accepting the billing of “Prince of Transylvania.”
Have you talked to grandpa since he got back from Italy? Yeah, sounds like he and Camilla had a great time.
Yum, does that taste like old English tea?
Ryan Murphy is still working hard at his goal of turning FX into a gayer version of The History Channel, as it’s just been announced that the second season of his anthology series Feud will explore the fraught relationship between Prince Charles and his late wife, Diana.
As Prince Charles understands, a towel has great practical value. You can wrap it around you for warmth as you bound across the cold moons of Jaglan Beta; you can lie on it on the brilliant marble-sanded beaches of Santraginus V, inhaling the heady sea vapors; you can bring a stack of your own to Leicestershire’s…
Queen Elizabeth II visited a grocery store yesterday. There have been weddings less thoroughly documented than this 90-year-old woman’s weekday stroll through a Waitrose.
On this day in 1982, Prince William made his first public appearance. If you could call it that, considering he could’ve easily been mistaken for a blanket-wrapped butternut squash.
To mark Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday tomorrow, she sat for a portrait with her heirs, her son, grandson, and great-grandson, who was styled like a schoolboy circa 1906 and standing on a stack of what appear to be foam blocks wrapped in a very nice ribbon.
Here is a very good royal rumor: As a young man, Prince Charles had an enormous crush on Barbra Streisand.
A refrigerator dating back to 1954 that once belonged to Queen Elizabeth II’s mother has passed its annual electrical inspection to certify it’s in proper working order. Congrats to everyone involved.
On November 11, 1985, Princess Diana visited the J.C. Penney in the Springfield, Virginia mall.
On this day in 1981, Princes Charles officially announced his engagement to the beautiful, 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer. Sadly, we know how it all turned out, but there’s no question it launched a thousand tabloid pages.
To no one’s surprise, despite being by all accounts a fond grandfather, Prince Charles has not changed a single diaper since the arrival of his wee Edwardian descendant George. Obviously.
Either a very devoted Princess Di fan or an adventurous eater purchased a slice of cake from the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Though Los Angeles-based auction house Nate D. Sanders had estimated $4,000 for the sale of the 34-year-old cake, it ended up going to a buyer for $1,375. What a…