Prince Harry ‘snubbed Charles and William at Balmoral after King BANNED Meghan from joining’

Furious Prince Harry ‘snubbed dinner with King Charles III and William at Balmoral after monarch BANNED Meghan from joining the royal family at Scottish estate on the day the Queen died’ Prince Harry refused to have dinner with his father, Charles, and brother, William, on the day the Queen died It is claimed that he … Read more

Royal photographer behind final portrait of Queen recalls Her Majesty’s quip

The royal photographer who captured the portrait of the joyful Queen that was released on the eve of her funeral has revealed Her Majesty’s witty remark when he asked her to smile – and said he could instantly tell that the image was ‘something special’. Ranald Mackechnie photographed the late monarch at her Windsor Castle … Read more

Revealed… The simple yet poignant inscription for Queen’s final resting place

The Queen’s final resting place has been marked with a simple slab reuniting her for eternity with her adored husband and parents. The 96-year-old sovereign was buried in a moving private ceremony at Windsor’s King George VI Memorial Chapel on Monday night. There, a ledger stone – an inscribed slab laid into the floor – … Read more

The moment King Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew waited together

Extraordinary new photos have emerged of the Royal Family waiting together at Windsor Castle as they prepared to escort the Queen to her final resting place in St George’s Chapel. The pictures show a family scene that is both ordinary and – given their positions, uniforms and the intensely public nature of their grief – … Read more

Echo of Diana with flowers scattered on hearse: Queen’s funeral evoked memories of 25 years ago

Some 17 months after she was widowed, the Queen’s final journey was to her resting place at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, to lie with her beloved husband Philip. But she was not alone as her coffin made the journey from London in the state hearse, with tens of thousands of mourners lining the … Read more

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed in Windsor after uniting with the royal family

Harry and Meghan stayed in the UK last night after reuniting with the royals to mourn the Queen but are expected to leave for California ‘as soon as they can’ after not seeing Archie and Lilibet for nearly three weeks. The Sussexes arrived in Britain on September 3 for the first time since the Queen’s … Read more

Prince Harry ‘squeezed’ Meghan Markle’s hand at Queen’s funeral to ‘ensure she felt comfortable’

Prince Harry gave Meghan Markle’s hand a ‘firm squeeze’ as the couple left Westminster Abbey following the Queen’s state funeral yesterday, a fellow funeral-goer has revealed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in the US having stepped back from royal duty last year, are believed to be in Windsor today after … Read more

Lady Sarah Chatto’s opted for Snowdon Floral brooch from Princess Margaret

Lady Sarah Chatto opted for a sentimental piece of jewelry when attending the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey yesterday. The Queen’s beloved niece, dressed in an all-black ensemble, wore the Snowdon Floral Brooches, which are thought to have been a gift from her mother Princess Margaret. Margaret, Her Majesty’s younger sister, was given the brooches … Read more

Ex-Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown says Prince Harry ‘has a role to play’ in the Royal Family

Prince Harry ‘has a big role to play’ in the Royal Family but needs to ‘ditch’ his upcoming memoir to regain his relatives’ trust, Tina Brown said today. The former Vanity Fair editor suggested that the freeze in hostilities between the Duke of Sussex and his brother, the Prince of Wales, made it a good … Read more

O Canada! Proud moment as four Mounties lead Queen Elizabeth II’s final funeral procession

Four ‘resplendent and spectacular’ horses of the Royal Canadian Mountain Police led Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral procession today, marking the culmination of a 53-year love affair between the late Monarch and the ‘Mounties’. Ridden by Canadian officers wearing the famous red tunics and stetsons, the four horses marched through the streets of London from Westminster … Read more