Prince Charles led the annual ceremony to honour Britain's war dead on Sunday, laying a wreath on behalf of 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth to mark Remembrance Sunday as she watched the service from a balcony.
Britain's 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth has asked her eldest son, Prince Charles, to lay a wreath on her behalf at London's main war memorial on Remembrance Sunday, breaking with her usual custom of laying it herself.
Recordings of Princess Diana speaking candidly about her life with Prince Charles and her sorrow at the spectacular collapse of her marriage will be broadcast on British television on Sunday.
Prince Philip, the 95-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, is to retire from carrying out royal engagements later this year, Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday.
A beaming Queen Elizabeth II greeted flag-waving crowds outside St Paul's Cathedral on Friday despite being delayed by London's traffic as she made her way to celebrate her official 90th birthday.
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge trekked to a Buddhist monastery on a mountainside in Bhutan, going one better than the duke's father, Prince Charles.