• Charles calls for 'decisive, bold action' on climate change

    During an impassioned speech, Prince Charles urged the leaders of the Northwest Territories to work closely with traditional knowledge keepers to "restore harmony with nature" and overcome the "devastating impact of climate change" affecting the north of Canada. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited Yellowknife and unveiled a plaque on a tree, marking the final day of their Canadian tour. .

  • Charles: 'pain and suffering' of indigenous people must be h

    In a passionate speech, Prince Charles recognises the self determination of indigenous people to preserve their culture and says that their "pain and suffering" must be heard. This comes on the final day of Charles and Camilla's tour of Canada where they sought to reconcile the relationship between the monarchy and indigenous communities. .

  • His Royal Flyness: Charles dances to the drums in Canada

    Prince Charles showed off his dance moves in Canada as he took part in the traditional Drum Dance in Yellowknife on day three of his and the Duchess of Cornwall’s Canadian tour. .

  • Tom Cruise: Prince William and I have a lot in common

    Speaking at the premiere of his new film Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise says that he and Prince William have "a lot in common", describing how they are both "aviators" and they both "love England". He adds that it feels "incredibly special" to have a premiere in Leicester Square and he feels very happy "after what we have all come through".

  • On This Day 2018: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Star-Studded Wedding

    The Prince married the Suits star in a lavish ceremony at Windsor Castle, which saw a host of A-list celebs invited to witness the couple tie the knot. These are just some of the big-name celebrity arrivals....

  • Indigenous leaders ask Charles for royal apology in Canada

    Prince Charles has been as asked by Indigenous leaders in Canada for the Queen to apologise on over a scandal involving the Anglican Church. Tens of thousands of children were taken from their families and placed in residential church schools between the late 1800s and the 1970s. Roseanne Archibald, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, met with the Prince of Wales on Wednesday where she "respectfully requested" that he relay the message to his mother.

  • Camilla has the children spellbound on Ottawa school visit

    Prince Charles and Camilla drop by Assumption Elementary School in Ottawa as part of their Platinum Jubilee tour and hear all about the work being done to ensure all the pupils become avid readers. Camilla takes part in a reading session with a crowd of youngsters and helps a child pick a book from a vending machine to celebrate his birthday. Meanwhile, Charles speaks to teaching staff about the work they do and poses for a group photo in their gymnasium.

  • Illusion baker goes viral with incredibly realistic cakes

    A former secretary has changed careers after cooking up a storm on social media. Marian Sarkisian, from Los Angeles, quit her job in insurance to pursue her passion for baking illusion cakes in 2016. After carrying out a week-long basic baking course in the UK, she soon found her flair for creating hyper-real sweet treats that now sees her fooling audiences with edible versions of everything from candles to sauce bottles. Her creations have gained her 8 million likes on TikTok.

  • Prince Charles ‘full of admiration’ for Canada’s hospitality

    Prince Charles has praised Canada’s hospitality towards refugees in welcoming displaced citizens from across the world. The royal’s comments came during a meeting with Justin Trudeau wherein he swapped words with the Canadian prime minister in French. .

  • Charles meets Ukrainians at Ottawa's Orthodox Cathedral

    Prince Charles and Camilla light a candle for those lost during Russia's invasion of Ukraine before listening to a service at Ottawa's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral as part of their Platinum Jubilee tour of Canada. A representative of the local Ukrainian Canadian community thanks him and the Queen for their support of the country, after which the pair speak to a family of Ukrainian refugees.

  • Prince Charles checks out Ottawa's famous ByWard Market

    Prince Charles and Camilla are given a tour of Ottawa's famous ByWard Market before they leave Canada's capital and continue their Platinum Jubilee tour. Speaking to vendors about their goods, Charles chats with a fellow plant enthusiast and even bags himself a bottle from the local Dunrobin Distilleries.

  • Charles honours the fallen at Canada's National War Memorial

    Prince Charles and Camilla lay wreaths at Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa and observe a two-minute silence as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Before leaving the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall sign a book of remembrance.

  • William unveils new National Arboretum submariners memorial

    Prince William cuts the ribbon on the newest memorial at the National Arboretum at Alrewas in Staffordshire dedicated to submariners which the Duke of Cambridge describes as a place for people to come and remember "lost shipmates and loved ones". After the ceremony William takes time to speak to servicemen and women, as well as their families, before accepting a miniature replica of the memorial.

  • Prince Charles gets crafty at Canadian brewery

    Prince Charles and Camilla take a tour of Quidi Vidi Village on the Canadian island of Newfoundland where the Duchess of Cornwall enjoys a 'Royal Sundae' while taking in the stunning surrounds before the pair drop by the local brewery. After a botched first attempt and a little bit of guidance, the Prince of Wales executes a well-poured pint of craft beer and toasts his hosts on his whistle-stop tour of Canada as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. .

  • Charles aiming to 'come to terms' with Canada's dark past

    Prince Charles tells an assembled audience including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that "we must find news ways to come to terms" with dark and difficult moments of Canada's history involving indigenous groups. He says he "greatly appreciated" the chance to discuss the "process of reconciliation" after being greeted by crowds of well-wishers as he inspected troops on parade as part of his visit marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

  • Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Canada for Jubilee trip

    The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall touch down at St John's International Airport on the Canadian island of Newfoundland. The pair are visiting Canada as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

  • Queen makes surprise appearance to open the Elizabeth Line

    Queen Elizabeth II is on hand at London's Paddington station to officially open the newest Underground line named in her honour. Accompanied by her son Prince Edward, who was originally set to do the honour alone, she is applauded by Prime Minister Boris Johnson as she unveils a plaque marking the Elizabeth Line's opening. She appears in good spirits as she speaks to station staff and even tries her hand at topping up an Oyster card.

  • Holly Willoughby returns to This Morning in the perfect spring dress

    The TV presenter, who has been covering ITV' 'The Games' over the past week, returned to screens this morning in a pink shirt dress from British label Whistles. Credit: @thismorning Via Twitter

  • On This Day 2007: Princes On Parade Before Harry's Iraq Deployment

    The two brothers marched together with hundreds of former and serving soldiers in Hyde Park in London for the annual Combined Cavalry Old Comrades Association parade. The event was held just ahead of Prince Harry's second deployment to Iraq.

  • ‘It’s like a dentist chair’: Camilla tours aircraft carrier

    The Duchess of Cornwall has been given a tour of the Royal Navy's aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales, which was recently appointed as the Nato command ship. While in the ship’s main control room, Camilla joked that the captain’s chair was “rather like a dentist chair” and also said that she had not expected the ship's wheel to be so small.

  • Woman 'stalked by poltergeist' combats fear by ghosthunting

    A woman who claims she was stalked by a troubled spectre says she overcame a fear of ghosts by moonlighting as a ghosthunter. Office worker Debbie McAll says the paranormal creature "attached" itself to her in late 2012, staying with her for an entire year, and even dragging her down the stairs. It was only when Debbie found more understanding from a medium that she felt she could "regain control" of her life by ridding herself of the negative energy that allowed the ghost to attach to her. Debbie is now an experienced investigator of everything from haunted castles to dungeons and tunnels. With her event company Ghost2Ghost, she has gone on more than 120 haunting excursions, taking a mixture of believers and sceptics.

  • Prince Charles hails Oxford’s role in creating Covid vaccine

    The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to Oxford University's "vital" role in creating a Covid-19 vaccine as he unveiled a new building at one of its colleges.

  • Camilla in all red during visit to Canada House

    The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have visited Canada House ahead of their forthcoming tour to Canada, with Camilla wearing a red dress in tribute to the commonwealth nation. During the visit, the Canadian high commissioner praised the Queen for her "unparalleled dedication".

  • Woman drops seven dress sizes after being told she'd never lose weight

    Helena Hara went from a size 20 to a size six after being told she'd never be slim by an ex boyfriend.

  • Charles and Camilla attend Buckingham Palace Garden Party

    The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have attended the Not Forgotten Association Annual Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on a drizzly day in London. The Not Forgotten Association is a charity for the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities. Princess Anne, the charity’s patron, hosted this year’s event after the Palace announced The Queen will not be attending this year’s royal garden parties.

  • William and Kate meet Glasgow group tackling homelessness

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Kennishead in Glasgow to see how the lives of the disadvantaged, vulnerable, and those at risk of homelessness are being transformed. Prince William and Kate met young people and families who have benefited from the support of the Wheatley Group. The visit is part of a series of engagements that Their Royal Highnesses are undertaking in Scotland to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week.