Plus, Prince William is booed at the FA Cup Final, Britain’s most splashy soccer match, and Harry and Meghan prepare to celebrate their 4th wedding anniversary this week.
Charles and William attended the State Opening of Parliament in place of the queen. Father and son have not always been close, and now face a new test of their relationship.
Prince Charles took Queen Elizabeth’s place at the State Opening of Parliament, bringing attention back to the monarch’s health and what a royal family without her might look like.
The queen pulled out of the opening of Parliament. But rather than send a functionary, she passed the duty to her heir. No wonder some people are calling it a regency.
He has finally confirmed he is coming, but Harry’s “presence on British soil is not welcomed” by William, one royal source told The Daily Beast before the announcement.
A documentary about a British man’s genital tribulations left viewers gobsmacked.
Just days earlier, the 16-year-old was pictured smiling with friends before her school prom.
Prince Harry has reportedly signaled he won’t attend his father’s coronation as king because of his long-standing resentment of Camilla Parker Bowles. A resolution seems distant.