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Baby Prince George heading to Australia, New Zealand
Prince William and his wife Catherine will take their baby son Prince George with them on their tour of Australia and New Zealand next month.
Prince William's wife Kate dazzles in queen's diamonds
Prince William's wife Catherine dazzled onlookers at a dinner for London's National Portrait Gallery on Tuesday with a diamond necklace borrowed from the queen.
Spain princess faces court in historic fraud scandal
A judge questions Spanish King Juan Carlos's daughter Cristina on Saturday over fraud allegations in a corruption scandal -- a historic first for the troubled royal family.
Weird and wonderful world of British royal gifts revealed
A garden gnome, a chocolate royal coach and a falconry glove were among the gifts presented to Britain's royal household last year.
Spanish prince's star rises as monarchy stumbles
As Spain's royal family reels from scandals and its elderly king leans on crutches after numerous operations, one figure is standing tall, offering the monarchy hope: heir apparent Prince Felipe.
Prince William goes back to college
Britain's Prince William is to become a full-time student of agricultural management for 10 weeks as he forges a life after the military, the royal family announced on Monday.
Cartier the 'King of Jewellers' shines in Paris expo
From the royal diadem worn by Kate Middleton at her wedding to an outsized maharaja's necklace, hundreds of glimmering treasures go on show this week in a major Paris exhibit on Cartier.
Lost kingdom: Myanmar's forgotten royals
In a modest Yangon apartment, the granddaughter of Myanmar's last king lives poor and unrecognised by her neighbours -- a far cry from the power and riches of her ancestor.
British newspapers in bid to block tough new press watchdog
British newspaper and magazine publishers sought a last-minute court injunction on Wednesday to stop a mechanism backed by politicians to regulate the press from being approved later in the day.
Future of British monarchy captured in official christening shots
The first photographs in 120 years showing four generations of present and future British monarchs were released on Thursday, the day after the christening of Prince George, the newest member of the dynasty.
Chubby Prince George shown off at royal christening
Britain's baby Prince George was christened in a private ceremony on Wednesday, with his proud parents Prince William and Catherine giving the world a rare glimpse of the chubby three-month-old boy.
Britain's Prince George gets low-key christening
Britain's Prince George, the son of Prince William and his wife Catherine, is to be christened on Wednesday in a private family ceremony.
Saudi king holds audience after absence sparks rumours
Saudi Arabia's ageing King Abdullah, whose reduced public appearances have sparked health scares, held an audience in the Red Sea resort of Jeddah Sunday.
Naked protest as Spanish king undergoes hip operation
Spain's King Juan Carlos underwent a hip-replacement operation Tuesday, his eighth operation in just three years, but this time with the spectacle of a naked protester outside his Madrid hospital.
Britain's Kate makes first appearance since royal birth
Prince William's wife Kate on Friday attended her first public event since giving birth to their son five weeks ago.
Kuwait emir pardons jailed opposition members
Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah pardoned on Tuesday all those who have been sentenced to jail for insulting him.
$3.3-billion windfall for Indian princesses: report
An Indian court has ruled that the daughters of a late Maharaja should inherit his 200-billion-rupee ($3.3 billion) estate because his will was forged, ending a 21-year legal battle.
Death of letters spells tough time for biographers, says royal writer
The slow death of handwriting might be a boon for email-reading intelligence agencies but not for biographers, says the man entrusted by Queen Elizabeth II to write the biography of her mother.
Harry promises fun times for new baby
Britain's Prince Harry on Thursday promised to use his expertise to make sure his new nephew George "has fun".
Nazarbayev congratulates British royal family on birth of prince
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev sent a congratulatory telegram to the British royal family over birth of the crown prince.
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