With less than two weeks until Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, details are starting to emerge about the royal attendees who have been invited to a very special party hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark have confirmed they will attend the celebration in a post on the official Danish Royal Family website. The reception and dinner will be held in the State Rooms at the palace on Charles’ birthday – Wednesday 14 November - with close family and several other European royals expected to attend.
The Sun's Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards speaks about the breakdown of the royal couple's marriage on The Royal Box.
The Sun's Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards spent six weeks travelling with the couple during their trip in 1983.
It's been quite the year for the royal family.
Prince Charles’s former press secretary is spilling the tea on the royal’s relationship with wife, Camilla Parker Bowles. In a new interview with PEOPLE, Charles Anson reveals that the couple, who married in 2005, are the perfect balance for one another. Anson worked for the now 69-year-old Prince of Wales from 1990 to 1996, a turbulent period for the prince who endured a very public and very messy divorce from Princess Diana.
In 2016, a poll showed a quarter of Britons wanted heir-apparent Prince Charles to step aside when the Queen dies, allowing Prince William to be crowned King. Although that scenario is thought to be highly unlikely by royal insiders, it is true that the popularity of Charles has fluctuated in recent years, falling to a historic low in the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death in 1997. Now, a former butler to Princess Diana has claimed she said Charles wasn’t fit to be king.
The Prince of Wales' private collection will go on display for a Buckingham Palace exhibition in honour of his 70th birthday.
From Buckingham Palace to Clarence House, this is where each member of the royal family lives.
This is the adorable moment Princess Charlotte waved off Prince Charles and Camilla as they left Kensington Palace in a helicopter. Charlotte, three, said her goodbyes from afar as the couple boarded a helicopter in the palace grounds. The adorable moment was captured by journalist Elad Simchayoff on Friday.