April 24 2014 Latest news:
Traditional gun salutes will mark the Queen’s 88th birthday today.
A poster depicting a gagged Prince Charles to promote a controversial new play on at Islington’s Almeida Theatre has been censored on the London Underground network.
A portrait of a smiling Queen by the renowned British photographer David Bailey has been released today to mark her 88th birthday tomorrow.
Prince George was the star of the show as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in New Zealand for their three-week royal tour Down Under.
A Queen’s Guard pointed his rifle at a member of the public outside Buckingham Palace when an argument erupted with a police officer.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park reopens to the public tomorrow. So today was obviously perfect for a photocall – and unsurprisingly Boris Johnson and Prince Harry stepped up to the plate.
A new family portrait released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Mother’s Day shows just how much their eight-month old son Prince George has grown.
This amazing picture shows hundreds of Lloyds of London staff scrambling to catch a glimpse of the Queen during a royal visit today.
Joan Collins, Dominic West and Sir Ben Kingsley are amongst those making the cut this time - in a selfie taken at a Prince’s Trust awards ceremony in Leicester Square last night.
The Queen has used her Commonwealth Day message to praise the family of nations as a “powerful influence of good for the future”.