The Duchess of Cambridge had a decent year, for her, in 2019 for engagement numbers. She reached her second highest total in her 8 years of marriage, although she’s still hovering in the low 100s. Kate did up her patronage engagement rate – there’s a huge caveat to that, though, which I’ll touch on later. […]
Today, November 10, marks Remembrance Sunday in the UK, and the British Royal Family were out to commemorate the service men and women who were killed in all conflicts since the First World War. For the third year in a row, Prince Charles laid The Queen‘s wreath at the Cenotaph while HM watched from the […]
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and other members of the British Royal Family for the annual Festival of Remembrance on Saturday night, November 9. This is the fifth year Kate has attended this event, and the fourth for William (he missed this event in 2017). The annual Festival of Remembrance is […]
Let’s kick off a series of end of the year highlight posts with a recap of some big moments from the royals I’ve covered here in 2017.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry joined bereaved families, survivors, and rescue workers of the Grenfell Tower fire for a memorial service at St. Paul’s Cathedral yesterday, December 14.
This is a quick update about the engagement announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Clarence House officially made the announcement this morning. I have covered the statements from the Prince of Wales, as well as from Meghan’s parents and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, over on Meghan Markle Review. The newly engaged couple […]
Kate Middleton debuted another piece of jewelry loaned from The Queen last night at HM’s 70th wedding anniversary dinner at Windsor Castle.
It’s that time of year again, where Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry attend some private events and fundraisers for The Royal Foundation of the Really Long Name.
Prince Harry attended the Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards 2017 yesterday, November 13, where he gave a speech praising this year’s conversation surrounding mental health.
For the first year, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip watched the Remembrance Sunday service from the balcony while Prince Charles placed HM’s wreath at the Cenotaph.