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    The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen. But sources close to the monarch said he was ‘buoyed’ by the outpouring of public support in recent days. His staff are now busy behind the scenes putting project Grandfather of the Nation into full swing. The Daily Mail revealed last week that while he has no ambition to step into his late mother’s shoes, given her unique qualities and the affection with which she was held in public life, he is hopeful that he can bring his age, wisdom and experience to the table to continue her legacy. The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen Yesterday, the King, 73, and Camilla, 75, left Windsor Castle, where they stayed overnight on Monday following an emotional private interment, and swept into RAF Northolt in north-west London at just before 10.30am. His police outriders removed their helmets and bowed while he boarded with his wife, with the...
    BILLIONS tuned in to watch the Queen’s state funeral yesterday and watched as royal family members paid their respects.  Among the grieving royals were a few lesser-known relatives, including Prince William and Prince Harry’s “forgotten” stepsister Laura Lopes. 5Prince William and Prince Harry's 'forgotten' stepsister Laura Lopes was seen at the Queen's funeral yesterdayCredit: Rex 5Laura is the daughter of Camilla and her first husband Andrew Parker BowlesCredit: AFP 5The stepchildren celebrated the marriage of Charles and Camilla in 2005Credit: Getty Laura and her brother Tom Parker Bowles are the children of Camilla, the Queen Consort, and her first husband British Army officer Andrew Parker Bowles. Before Camilla tied the knot with Charles in 2005, she was married to Andrew from 1973 to 1995 and they had their two children. While some may recognise Tom as a well-known food writer who has appeared on TV food shows such as MasterChef, Laura leads a more private life. She first made her public debut with the Royal family at her mother's wedding to Prince Charles in 2005, where she was seen cosying...
    Follow all of MailOnline's live coverage, news and updates as the Queen lies in state for a third day.  L Dollimore Host commentator Elizabeth Haigh Host commentator 16:40 Princess of Wales wears Her Majesty's earrings for a FOURTH time this week The Princess of Wales continued to pay tribute to the late Queen in Her Majesty's pearl earrings as she attended a lunch at Buckingham Palace with members of the Royal Family this afternoon. Kate, 40, was in an entirely black ensemble as is tradition following the death of Her Majesty the Queen on September 8 - and she is likely to continue to do so until the end of the mourning period on September 26. She wore a custom, ankle-length dress for the lunch, in which members of the Royal Family met dignitaries from the Commonwealth ahead of tomorrow's 'reception of the century'. This will see 500 world leaders, presidents and royals gather at the Palace. The mother-of-three wore her hair down for the occasion, and completed her outfit with £520 suede heels....
    Members of the royal family were pictured looking solemn and emotional as they watched the Queen's children guard her coffin in a vigil this evening. King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward repeated their ceremonial Vigil of Princes that they had first carried out at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh as their mother the Queen lies in state. As the children gathered again to pay their respects to their mother at Westminster Hall in London, where the Queen will lie in state until her funeral on Monday, other members of the royal family, including Queen Consort Camilla, were in the stands watching in solemn silence. Members of the royal family watched on during the Vigil of Princes in Westminster Hall. Pictured L-R: James, Viscount Severn, Lady Louise Windsor, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Mike Tindall, Zara Tindall, Mia Tindall, Lena Tindall Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi appeared visibly moved as he watched over the vigil next to Princess Eugenie (centre) and Princess Beatrice (right) Prince Andrew, the Queen's second son, was permitted to...
    Camilla, the Queen Consort, appeared solemn but stoic as she joined her husband King Charles III at a vigil for the Queen in Edinburgh this evening.  The Queen Consort sat alongside the Countess of Wessex on seats opposite the Queen's coffin, where King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward stood guard. Both Camilla, 75, and Sophie Countess of Wessex, 57, looked looked sombre as they looked on at their husbands, who stood with their hands clasped and heads towards the floor.  Camilla, the Queen's Consort looked solemn as she attend a vigil for the late Queen Elizabeth II at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh The wife of King Charles III has remained by her husband's side since the loss of the Queen, providing support and care for him.  During the vigil she looked on at the coffin for a while before bowing her head and looking away.  She kept her emotions under tight control despite the gravity of the situation.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next King Charles is regal in a favourite kilt...
    Queen Consort Camilla appeared to be every inch the supportive wife when joining King Charles III to greet Realm High Commissioners at a Buckingham Palace reception today. The 75-year-old royal was elegant in a black dress, with matching heels, teamed with a golden necklace and brooch as she attended the event at the London residence.  Getting straight to work just three days after Queen Elizabeth II's death at Balmoral, Camilla offered a smile to each guest she chatted with. Charles III met Commonwealth general secretary Patricia Scotland in the 1844 Room at 2pm today, before attending a reception with High Commissioners and their spouses from countries where he is head of state at the royal residence's Bow Room. Queen Consort Camilla appeared to be every inch the supportive wife when joining King Charles III to greet Realm High Commissioners at a Buckingham Palace reception today The 75-year-old royal was elegant in a black dress, with matching heels, teamed with a golden necklace and brooch as she attended the event at the London residence  Then at 3.30pm, the King - who was formally proclaimed at St...
    PRINCE Charles and Camilla led the way on day two of Royal Ascot while the Queen followed the action from home. The Prince of Wales, 73, and Duchess of Cornwall, 74, were once again front and centre during the carriage procession at the racing extravaganza in Berkshire this afternoon. 3Prince Charles and Camilla arrive for day two of Royal AscotCredit: Splash 3The smartly dressed duo led the way in the Queen's absence for the second day runningCredit: Reuters 3Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi followed in the processionCredit: Reuters The couple, dressed in coordinated outfits for the second day running, were followed by the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Princess Beatrice, who yesterday walked through the gates with the other punters, travelled in the third carriage with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Her Majesty, a passionate racehorse owner and breeder, was not in attendance. The 96-year-old is likely watching the races at home in her "comfy clothes" as she did for the Epsom Derby during the Platinum Jubilee weekend, according to her granddaughter Zara Tindall. READ MORE ROYAL ASCOTROYAL ASCOT...
    Prince Charles showed his softer side today as he cuddled a cute spaniel dog while as he joined the Camilla at the Royal Cornwall Show. The future king, 73, wore a grey suit jacket complete with a purple pocket square for the event at the Royal Cornwall Showground at Whitecross as he and the Duchess of Cornwall, 74,  chatted to guests. At one point, Charles stroked an adorable golden spaniel, who licked the royal back. Meanwhile Camilla, 74, sported a white blazer and skirt for the event, wearing her hair in neat curls and opting for a natural make-up look.  Getting into the spirit of the day, the future Queen was pictured taking a sip at the Cornwall Cider Championships stand. Prince Charles showed his softer side today as he cuddled a cute spaniel dog while as he joined the Camilla at the Royal Cornwall Show Getting into the spirit of the day, the future Queen was pictured taking a sip at the Cornwall Cider Championships stand The future king, 73, wore a grey suit jacket complete with a purple...
    This is MailOnline's live coverage of day 4 of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations on June 4, 2022. Jack Wright Host commentator Tom Pyman Host commentator Auto-update 12:11 'You can't say no to taking part': Bus enthusiasts reveal preparations needed to get vehicles ready to take part in this afternoon's pageant Two bus enthusiasts have outlined the work it took to get their bus ready for the pageant. Ivan Fisher said: "This is our bus' first big event since we've owned it. We had to go through and change all tyres, specially for coming here. 'The buses were both in roadworthy condition to go, apart from the tyres, so they needed changing.' Richard Dixon outlined why they decided to take part and said: 'You can't say no to taking part in this event. It's such a great day.' Both of the buses will be filled with celebrities from each era, but the two men said they were more excited about taking part in the event itself than meeting celebrities. Mr Fisher said: 'I'm more keen...
    The Queen is not expected to attend the Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle this weekend, a royal source said today. Prince Charles and Camilla are representing her at today's Royal Maundy service at Windsor, but will then be away for Easter at their Birkhall estate in Aberdeenshire. However, other members of the Royal Family - not including the Queen, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall - are expected to attend Sunday's service.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biographer Omid Scobie claimed today that this will be the first Easter Sunday service the Queen will have missed in five decades. This is believed to have been in 1970 when the Queen was on a tour of New Zealand and Australia from March until May that year - and also missed the Maundy service.  The 95-year-old monarch has been experiencing mobility issues in recent months and now lives at Windsor, but it is anticipated that she will not be at either service. Easter Sunday falls this year on the one-year anniversary of her husband Prince Philip's funeral...
    PRINCE Charles and his wife Camilla are attending a traditional Easter service today after stepping in for the Queen. The couple travelled to Windsor Castle for the ancient Maundy Thursday service at St George's Chapel. 2Charles and Camilla represented the Queen at Windsor's Maundy service todayCredit: NEWS UK 2The couple beamed as they arrived at St George's ChapelCredit: NEWS UK They were called in to represent Her Majesty today after Buckingham Palace announced she'd be unable to attend. The prince would instead fulfil the ancient duty of distributing Maundy money to community stalwarts, aides said. It is the first time Charles has stepped in for the event, which is an important fixture in the royal calendar. Her Majesty, who has been experiencing mobility issues, decided she was unable to commit to the event last Friday. Read more on the Royal FamilyTOP SECURITY Meghan and Harry take drastic steps as they're so worried about securityDUTCH COURAGE Harry & Meghan given 'VVIP status' ahead of trip to Netherlands this weekend It's also likely she won't be in the congregation on Easter Sunday. At...
    THE Queen, Princess Anne and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, all wore dark green for Prince Philip’s thanksgiving service today - and there is a very poignant reason why. The Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away last April at the age of 99, had dark green as his official livery colour. 6Touchingly, the Queen, Camilla and Princess Anne all wore dark green in a subtle nod to Philip, whose livery colour was Edinburgh GreenCredit: PA 6The Queen also wore her Grima Ruby Brooch, which Prince Philip gave to her as a gift According to the royal family’s website: “The Duke of Edinburgh's official livery colour is dark green, known as 'Edinburgh Green'.  “It has been used for staff liveries - the Duke of Edinburgh's page at the Coronation wore dark green and silver - and private cars.” Her Majesty, 95, also paid a touching tribute to her late husband wearing a special brooch that he gave to her over fifty years ago. The Grima Ruby Brooch, also known as the Scarab Brooch, was created by celebrated jeweller Andrew Grima, and...
    A framed photograph of Prince Charles walking Meghan Markle down the aisle to marry Prince Harry was on display during the Duchess of Cornwall's International Women's Day celebration yesterday.  Camilla, 74, hosted a reception to mark the day at Clarence House, with stars including Mel B and Emerald Fennell, who played the duchess in the fourth season of the Netflix series, attending. Visible on the side-board during the event was a framed black-and-white snap of the Prince of Wales as he accompanied the Duchess of Sussex, 40, down the aisle of St George's Chapel four years ago.  The photograph was first revealed by Meghan and Harry in May 2019 in a post on their Sussex Royal Instagram account to mark their first wedding anniversary. It comes as a royal expert claimed Prince Harry is 'in regular contact with Prince Charles' but his relationship with Prince William 'has not recovered since Oprah interview'. A framed photograph of Prince Charles walking Meghan Markle down the aisle to marry Prince Harry was on display during the Duchess of Cornwall's International Women's Day celebration yesterday (pictured, Camilla with Kat...
    The Queen has tested positive for Covid, Buckingham Palace has confirmed. The monarch, 95, is understood to be experiencing 'mild cold like symptoms', but is expected to continue with light duties at Windsor over the coming week.  She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all appropriate guidelines. It is understood a number of cases have been diagnosed in the Windsor Castle team.  It comes just two weeks after the Queen reached her historic Platinum Jubilee, celebrating 70 years on the throne on February 6. Buckingham Palace said in a statement today: 'Buckingham Palace confirm that The Queen has today tested positive for Covid. 'Her Majesty is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week. 'She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines.'  The Royal Household has its own royal physicians and the Queen's doctors will be on hand to take care of and monitor the head of state, with Professor Sir Huw Thomas, head of the Medical Household and Physician to the Queen,...
    How different it all was on that cold Thursday night outside The Ritz more than 20 years ago. It was Charles and Camilla's coming out, a fleeting but scrupulously choreographed appearance before the world's press. Charles's natural inclination had been to go public with Camilla at a royal event which, in his eyes, would have lent a certain dignity, but the Queen – yet to be won over by Mrs Parker Bowles – was having none of it. And so here they were, this middle-aged man and woman, in a dark side street in Mayfair at just before midnight. The couple had spent the evening at a 50th birthday party and as they stepped from the hotel on to the pavement – Charles sheepish, Camilla petrified – a blizzard of camera flashes froze them in time. Later the British Epilepsy Association would urge broadcasters not to use the footage on TV, lest it trigger seizures. How different it all was on that cold Thursday night outside The Ritz more than 20 years ago. It was Charles and Camilla's coming out,...
    Prince William and Kate Middleton will not be joining the Queen for Christmas this year, it has been revealed.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will instead be spending the festive season in Norfolk, where they will be joined by some members of the Middleton family.  They will also be joined by their three children, George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three.      It comes as the Queen is facing her first Christmas without her husband Prince Philip in 77 years, following his death in April this year.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are also remaining stateside for the holidays, meaning the Queen will not yet meet her granddaughter Lilibet.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be spending the festive season in Norfolk, where they will be joined by some members of the Middleton family (pictured in March 2020 with Camila, Prince Charles and the Queen) However she will be joined on Christmas Day by Prince Charles and Camilla at Windsor Castle, in a boost for the monarch after Princess Anne had to drop out. They are likely to be joined...
    The Queen will be joined on Christmas Day by Prince Charles and Camilla at Windsor Castle, in a boost for the monarch after Princess Anne had to drop out. They are likely to be joined by Prince Andrew and his former wife, Sarah, Duchess of York, plus their two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. The Earl and Countess of Wessex are also expected to be there, with their children, James, Viscount Severn, and Lady Louise - but Anne will not be attending. Clarence House confirmed this morning that the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall would join the 95-year-old monarch at Windsor this Saturday. The plans of Charles and Camilla had been unclear until this morning - and they spent last Christmas at Highgrove, their country estate in Gloucestershire.  But a Clarence House spokesman confirmed today: 'The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will be with Her Majesty The Queen on Christmas Day.'  It comes after the Queen received a festive blow yesterday after her son-in-law Sir Timothy Laurence contracted Covid, meaning neither he nor Anne could...
    Prince Charles has arrived in Glasgow for the UN climate change conference ahead of giving the opening speech. The Duke of Cornwall carried a large folder and posed for photos with wife Camilla as COP26 kicked off. He was among those who travelled by non-commercial plane from the G20 in Rome, MailOnline revealed. But a source insisted he would have 'only agreed to travel' after checking the aircraft was using sustainable fuel. The Prince of Wales, who will address leaders alongside Boris Johnson, is expected to stress the urgency of action - calling for the world to be on a 'war-like footing'. The Royal will warn: 'We have to put ourselves on what might be called a war-like footing.' He will urge world leaders to systematically engage with business to solve the climate crisis. Charles will add: 'We need a vast military-style campaign to marshal the strength of the global private sector, with trillions at its disposal.' The Duke of Cornwall carried a large folder and posed for photos with wife Camilla as COP26 kicked off He was among those...
    If there was a slim chance that Prince Harry's relationship with his father and brother could be salvaged, his decision to pen a tell-all autobiography about his life in the Royal Family has just torpedoed any remaining hope. Multiple royal insiders tell me that there is a 'growing sense of shock and fury' among the royal palaces and Harry's own family members about his book plan. 'This is the no going back moment – the final nail in the coffin of the Royal Family's relationship with Harry,' a senior royal source tells me. 'The emotional turmoil as they wait over a year for publication is going to be torturous.' Multiple royal insiders tell me that there is a 'growing sense of shock and fury' among the royal palaces and Harry's own family members about his book plan, writes Dan Wootton  What has angered courtiers most is that Harry and Meghan know, whatever they say in the book, Prince Charles and Prince William, as heirs to the throne, will find it almost impossible to fight back. Insiders close to the...
    President Joe Biden and Jill Biden joined The Queen and other senior members of the Royal Family for a posh party Friday night for the leaders of the G7. The first couple arrived arm-in-arm; the president in a dark suit and stripped tie with the first lady wearing a trench coat over a dark dress.   The bold-named reception, hosted by the 95-year-old monarch, was held in Eden Project, a lush, domed eco-tourism site built in a former quarry pit. It features several giant domes housing what the project's website calls 'the largest rainforest in captivity.' Biden previously met with The Queen in 1982, according to the White House. Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge joined the G7 leaders at the reception.  At the party, the leaders will participate in a family photo with The Queen. The photo op will be followed by a dinner.  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson escorted The Queen to the photo op with French President Emmanuel Macron at their side. Biden walked in with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.  The leaders...
    The Queen will praise the fortitude of the global response to the Covid-19 pandemic this evening, just hours before Meghan's bombshell interview is aired. In a rare personal message as part of a Commonwealth Day television special, the monarch – supported by five senior Royals – will pay tribute to the way communities and countries united to support each other. Footage of her walking last week down an avenue of Commonwealth flags in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle, where Harry and Meghan's wedding reception was held, will also feature. Queen Elizabeth II walks past Commonwealth flags in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle , to mark Commonwealth Day, March 5, 2021 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rishi Sunak is targeting Big Tech with a sales tax as he... Slimline Boris is forced to buy a whole new wardrobe as he... Share this article Share Dressed in a delphinium blue dress and jacket, she wore her sapphire chrysanthemum brooch in a touching gesture to Prince Philip, who is still in hospital...
    2 newborn babies found dead, wrapped in paper in New York City Everyday items that didnt exist a decade ago The Queen appeared to break tradition by standing on a different balcony from the royal family at the Remembrance service © Provided by INSIDER The Queen did not stand on the same balcony as the Duchess of Cambridge this year, reportedly due to social distancing. PETER NICHOLLS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images, Chris Jackson/Getty Images The Queen stood with her lady-in-waiting instead of Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at the royal family's Remembrance service on Sunday.  It is tradition for royals to stand in order of rank. In previous years, the monarch has stood on the same balcony as Middleton and Camilla as they are two future Queen consorts.  However, this year social distancing meant the three royals wouldn't have been able to share a balcony, according to The Mirror.  Royal Central reports that the Queen's lady-in-waiting has been isolating with the monarch, therefore "it was much safer for her to accompany the Queen." Visit Insider's homepage for...
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