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The Queen is enjoying her summer break in Scotland, undoubtedly one of her favourite places on Earth. The 92-year-old monarch has been visiting her residence, Balmoral Castle, for years, with her granddaughter Princess Eugenie once saying the sovereign was most happy there. "Walks, picnics, dogs – a lot of dogs, there's always dogs – and people coming in and out all the time. It's a lovely base for Granny and Grandpa, for us to come and see them up there; where you just have room to breathe and run," Princess Eugenie revealed during an appearance on ITV's Our Queen
When Prince Charles eventually becomes the King of England, he will have his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, by his side as the Queen Consort. Although it was previously stated that should Charles become King, Camilla will be given the title of 'Princess Consort', all suggestions of this title have now been removed from the royal family's website, hinting that she may be called 'Queen Consort' in the future. As such, former Buckingham Palace spokesman, Dickie Arbiter, has opened up about why Camilla would make a brilliant consort to the future King. Prince Charles and Camilla laughing together Chatting to HELLO!,
Many beautiful memories were made at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in May, but one moment seems to have gone unnoticed… until now. Looking back over the BBC footage, some eagle-eyed fans have spotted that a female guest walks up to Meghan as she makes her grand entrance at St George's Chapel, and presents her with her wedding bouquet. It's very hard to make out exactly who the guest is, but some Twitter fans have suggested it is the Duchess of Cambridge. Dressed in a pale dress and hat, the mystery woman in the grainy footage could well pass
Following the birth of Prince Louis in April, the Duchess of Cambridge has only made a handful of appearances. And while she is currently on maternity leave, there is a way royal fans can still contact the mother-of-three - which doesn't involve Twitter or Facebook. The only way to contact them is through letters. To make sure your note arrives in the correct hands, all correspondence should be sent to: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA." General enquiries can also be made by telephone during working hours on (+44) (0)20 7930 4832. The Duchess of
Although Prince Charles is first-in-line to the throne and therefore set to become the King of England and the head of the Commonwealth following the death of his mother, the Queen, the Prince of Wales might not become Prince Charles III, but instead take on a different name altogether. According to former Buckingham Palace spokesperson and the author of On Duty with the Queen, Dickie Arbiter, Charles could choose another of his middle names to use as King. Speaking to HELLO!, he said: "He might choose one of his other names Philip, Arthur or George." Prince Charles may not become
As The Crown goes into seasons three and four with a whole new cast, producers have revealed that the show will begin to focus more on the Queen and Prince Philip's older children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, during their younger adult life. They have confirmed that they will be introducing Charles' future wives, Diana Spencer and Camilla Parker-Bowles into the story, so it stands to reason that the Princess Royal's first husband, Mark Phillips, will also be introduced. Since the popular Netflix show looks at the notable incidents in the lives of the royal family, the show could