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Royals gather to honorPrince Philip at memorial
Senior royals from around the world gathered Tuesday (29 MARCH 2022) for a memorial service for Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey that incorporated hymns and other touches dropped from his funeral last year because of the pandemic.
Queen Elizabeth goes platinum, but who are the other long rulers?
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor has smashed records in British history, but she needs a few more months to be the outright longest-ruling monarch. Here's the rest of the field.
Queen Elizabeth II back in Windsor after hospital checks
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II returned to her home at Windsor Castle home on Thursday after spending a night in hospital for checks, Buckingham Palace said.
Queen speaks of 'deep affection' for Scotland as she opens parliament
The party of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants independence from Britain and, if it is ever secured, it's unclear whether the Queen would remain head of state.
Queen Elizabeth hosts G7 leaders and spouses at eco-tourism site
The event saw royals, world leaders and their spouses enjoying drinks at Cornwall’s Eden Project, an attraction that features the world’s largest indoor rainforest within giant domes.
Will Harry and Meghan’s revelations reduce visitor numbers to Britain?
We spoke to travel experts to find out if tourists could be less inclined to visit the UK following the couple’s comments.
Former Spanish king pays €4.4 million in bid to settle tax situation
The payment marks Juan Carlos I's second attempt to regularise past undeclared income.
Spanish police arrest rapper over tweets attacking police and monarchy
Among the targets of the rapper's controversial tweets were the police, which he described as "mercenaries of s***," and the monarchy.
Pro-democracy protesters rally again in Bangkok
Protesters were out again in Bangkok and so were their inflatable yellow ducks.
School students lead third pro-democracy rally in a week in Bangkok
The students defied government threats to crack down on Thailand's pro-democracy protest movement which is demanding sweeping changes to the constitution, including the monarch's rights and privileges.
Thai King and Queen meet supporters amid anti-monarchy protests
Under increasing pressure from protesters demanding reforms to the monarchy, Thailand’s King and Queen met Sunday with thousands of supporters in Bangkok.
Thailand: Protesters call on Germany to probe king over Bavaria visits
Protesters in Bangkok marched to the German Embassy calling on Angela Merkel’s government to investigate whether Thailand’s king has exercised political power during his long stays in Bavaria.
Thailand: Police disperse pro-democracy protesters outside PM's office
Police said they arrested more than 20 people for violating the state of emergency. They have not been officially charged.
Barbados announces plans to remove Elizabeth II and become a republic
The Caribbean island's government says "the time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind".
Spain’s ex-king Juan Carlos quits country amid corruption probe
Spain’s ex-king Juan Carlos, under investigation for corruption, says he is leaving the country
New book reveals tensions between Sussexes and senior British royals
New book 'Finding Freedom' claims the young royals were frustrated in their attempts to forge a new path within the monarchy and were increasingly "sidelined" by senior members of the royal family.
'Quick decision needed over whether to remove Leopold II statues'
A very rapid decision is needed over whether to remove statues of Belgium's colonial-era king, Leopold II, Brussels' heritage minister has told Euronews.
Belgian petition to remove statues of colonial king gathers pace
The movement is gaining traction as Europe grapples with its own race issues alongside the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA.
Prince Andrew joins royals as they celebrate Christmas in Norfolk
Notable absentees were Harry and Meghan, who are spending Christmas in Canada, and Prince Philip, 98, who left hospital on Christmas Eve.
Prince Andrew steps back from public duties over Jeffrey Epstein links
Prince Andrew has said his mother, the Queen, has given him permission to step back from public duties over the scandal surrounding his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Full statement: Prince Andrew explains why he's quitting public duties
Prince Andrew has released a statement saying he will be stepping back from public duties for the "foreseeable future" over his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Japan's Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne
Naruhito pledged to stay close to the people, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe congratulated him and led three "banzai" cheers
Celebrations to mark Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday
The monarch turned 93 on April 21, but the public celebration of her birthday is held on the second Saturday of June.
Japan's new emperor greets his subjects for the first time
New Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako made their first greetings to an ecstatic public three days after acceding to the throne
Watch again: Funeral of Luxembourg’s ex-monarch Grand Duke Jean
Royalty from across Europe paid their final respects to Luxembourg's former monarch at his funeral on Saturday.
Thailand celebrates first coronation in seven decades
The ceremony, which will last three days, is a historic moment for Thailand.