King Charles murmurs ‘Dear, oh dear’ when he meets Liz Truss

King Charles murmurs ‘Dear, oh dear’ when he meets Liz Truss

“Prime Minister, Your Majesty,” announces the horse. Mrs. Truss steps forward to shake hands with the King as she bows. “Your Majesty, nice to see you again,” she says. Charles, smiling, replies, “Back again?” Mrs Truss adds: “Well, it’s a great pleasure.” The king replies, “Dear, oh dear. Still.” It came after Mrs Truss faced … Read more

Watch Kate Middleton Get In Awkward Exchange With Woman In Northern Ireland

Watch Kate Middleton Get In Awkward Exchange With Woman In Northern Ireland

A woman grabbed Princess Kate’s hand and reportedly said, “Nice to meet you, but it would be better if it was when you were in your own country.” The former Kate Middleton laughed and began to move on before the woman trained her cellphone camera on the royal and added, “Ireland belongs to the Irish.” … Read more

Queen Elizabeth II died while close family were en route to Balmoral, her death certificate confirms

Queen Elizabeth II died while close family were en route to Balmoral, her death certificate confirms

Using her full name Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, the certificate lists the late Queen as “widow” following the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in April 2021. Her occupation was simply: “Her Majesty the Queen.” The cause of death is recorded as “old age”, at Balmoral Castle. Her “usual address” was listed as … Read more

Queen Elizabeth’s Death Certificate Confirms Monarch Died Of Old Age

Queen Elizabeth’s Death Certificate Confirms Monarch Died Of Old Age

The National Records of Scotland released the death certificate of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, exactly three weeks after the queen died on Sept. 8. The entry from the Register of Deaths lists the queen’s cause of death as “old age.” The 96-year-old sovereign “died peacefully” at Balmoral in Scotland. Her time of death is … Read more

King Charles unveils a new personal royal cypher to adorn mailboxes and passports

King Charles unveils a new personal royal cypher to adorn mailboxes and passports

When Oliver Cromwell abolished the monarchy in 1649 and beheaded Charles I, historians feared the crown was lost forever. Cromwell had ordered the crown, which weighed 7 lb 6 oz, to be melted down, minted and sold as coins. Its 344 gems were sold separately, while other parts of the crown were passed on intact. … Read more

Names of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip inscribed together on Windsor Castle tombstone

Names of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip inscribed together on Windsor Castle tombstone

The names of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, whose name is written simply as “Philip”, have been inscribed together on a new headstone, alongside her mother and father, in the Windsor Castle chapel where she was buried on Monday. The Queen was laid to rest alongside the Duke of Edinburgh in a private evening … Read more

best vantage points and public displays

best vantage points and public displays

How long does the funeral last? The funeral will last from 11 a.m. to 11.55, when Last Post is played, followed by two minutes of silence. The Queen’s coffin will then return to the gun carriage and at 12.15 leave the Abbey and proceed up Whitehall, led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, then NHS … Read more

A minute-by-minute guide to her state funeral

A minute-by-minute guide to her state funeral

Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin will remain in Westminster Hall on Sunday for the last full day she lies in state ahead of her funeral on Monday. Britain’s longest-serving monarch will be honored with a full state funeral at Westminster Abbey, featuring every element of pomp with personal touches from her late majesty. Here’s everything we … Read more

best vantage points and public displays

best vantage points and public displays

How long does the funeral last? The funeral will last from 11 a.m. to 11.55, when Last Post is played, followed by two minutes of silence. The Queen’s coffin will then return to the gun carriage and at 12.15 leave the Abbey and proceed up Whitehall, led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, then NHS … Read more