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Meet the woman who flew from Mexico for the Queen’s funeral
Maricela Nuñez promised her dying grandma that she’d try and meet the Queen. Now, she’s flying 8,000km to try and fulfil her promise.
Will King Charles III have to give up his climate activism?
After 50 years of environmental activism, Charles III will have to take on political neutrality as King.
Charles III proclaimed King to fanfare and gun salutes across Britain
The ceremony on Saturday is a part of historic series of events to proclaim that the monarch has died and announce the new sovereign has taken their place.
Swedish royalty attend premier of new ABBA digital concert in London
Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia attended the premier of a new ABBA digital concert in London, alongside the band members themselves, with the innovative concert depicting the band as they were in their 1970s heyday.
Former king Juan Carlos meets Felipe VI to conclude return to Spain
It is the first time Juan Carlos met his son since he went into exile in the United Arab Emirates in 2020.
Spain's king unveils €2.6m assets amid push for more transparency
The Spanish government is set to pass a decree aimed at boosting transparency in the monarchy.
'Palace Papers' book 'well-written but won't change anything'
Royal biographer Ingrid Seward tells Euronews that Tina Brown's new book is good but will not shake the monarchy in Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee year.
Japan's Princess Mako loses royal status by marrying a commoner
The Imperial House Law allows only male succession. Female members of the royal family must renounce their royal status when they marry a commoner.
Dutch royals can enter same-sex marriage and not give up throne: PM
The issue has arisen as the heir apparent, Princess Amalia, will turn 18 in December.
London honours Princess Diana with heritage plaque at her former home
The UK capital is filled with over 950 honours illustrating the residences famous people lived and worked in. Now, they're joined by a Royal.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her official 95th birthday
In her honour the military performed the trooping of the colour, a special parade, designed to mark her official birthday.
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Commemorating 100 years of the Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion will recreate the moment of its creation at an event at the Cenotaph. "Since that moment in May 1921, the Legion has been working tirelessly for the rights of the armed forces community in Britain," Royal British Legion spokesman Alex Owen said.
Uproar as Spanish king's sisters vaccinated on trip to see dad in UAE
The sisters of Spanish King Felipe VI acknowledged Wednesday that they got COVID-19 vaccine shots during a visit to the United Arab Emirates to see their father.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child
Prince Harry and Meghan revealed the news on Sunday, meaning baby Archie will become a brother later this year.
Queen Elizabeth II and husband Prince Philip get COVID-19 vaccine
The announcement comes after Denmark's Queen Margrethe was also inoculated against the virus last week.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark vaccinated against coronavirus
The Danish court announced the monarch had received the first injection of the Pfizer/BioTech coronavirus vaccine.
Harry and Meghan release podcast with special message from son Archie
The couple's podcast features a host of celebrities talking about their experiences of the pandemic in 2020.
Defiant pro-democracy protesters rally in Bangkok
The protesters want the monarchy reformed to make it more accountable.
Water cannons used on anti-government protesters in Thailand
Protesters want substantial changes to Thailand's constitution and reforms to the monarchy.
Spanish court takes over new investigation of ex-king Juan Carlos I
Anti-corruption prosecutors are allegedly probing the alleged use by the former king, ex-Queen Sofia and some family members of credit cards linked to foreign accounts not in their names.