The couple met a woman who did not hold back at a care home in Cardiff, after playing bingo via zoom.
The royals visited the arcade made famous as the location of Nessa's slots in Gavin and Stacey
Meghan has had birthday messages on Instagram from the Royal Family as she celebrates in the US.
Former king Juan Carlos has said he is leaving Spain to live in another country amid a financial scandal. The royal family's website on Monday published a letter from Juan Carlos to his son, King Felipe VI, saying "I am informing you
Finding Freedom claims it was Harry who wanted out of the monarchy, not Meghan.
The couple's Royal Foundation is launching a £1.8million fund to support mental health projects.
Prince George turns seven on 22 July, 2020, and is spending the day at Anmer Hall, his family’s home in Norfolk.The family have marked the big day with two new photographs taken by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.They show a happy young royal, flashing a gap-toothed grin at the camera and clearly enjoying life in the countryside during lockdown.While the birthday celebrations may be somewhat limited by the remaining elements of lockdown, Prince Charles has already hinted at a special way he might like to mark George’s seventh birthday.Read more: Seven ways Prince George's life is better than the average 7-year-old'sEarlier this year, speaking on Classic FM, he suggested his own experiences at a young age should be replicated by other grandparents.He was taken to an event at seven, and said: “It's so important, I think, for grandparents or other relations to take children – at about the age of seven – to experience some form of the arts in performance.”Until we see grandfather and grandson being able to enjoy the theatre, look back at the royals when they were seven.
The Duchess of York has said she is proud of her daughters after their weddings.
As the ultimate jewellery status symbol, tiaras are mostly the reserve of royalty and aristocrats. Heirloom pieces passed down from generation-to-generation, each tiara has a history as rich as its design.There's a few you'll probably recognise, like Queen Elizabeth II’s Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara (which appears on British currency) as well as the Cartier creation Kate Middleton picked for her wedding day in 2011.