• Commentator shares why she thinks fairy tales can negatively influence children

    Mentor and commentator Bushra Shaikh shares why she thinks fairy tales can negatively influence children due to things like ‘representation, women, body image’ in Good Morning Britain debate.

  • Prince William reveals what he ate yesterday during Cornwall visit

    Prince William jokes that he had a “shot of Sambuca” when revealing what he ate and drank yesterday, during a visit to Cornwall. The Duke of Cornwall has made his first official visit to the county since taking on his new role - meeting staff, volunteers and young people involved in a community environmental project.

  • Queen Consort arrives at a special teddy bears picnic

    The Queen Consort arrives at a Barnardo’s Nursery in Bow, east London, to attend a special teddy bears picnic. During the visit, Her Majesty will deliver Paddingtons and other cuddly toys that were left as tributes to Queen Elizabeth at royal residences to children supported by the charity.

  • Roman Kemp asks the public if they ever give honest answers when asked how they are

    Walkers and Comic Relief teamed up Roman Kemp to inspire people to open up and talk more, after it was found that two thirds of adults will tell friends and family they’re ‘fine’ over the Christmas period, even when they’re not. To start the campaign, Kemp asks the public if they ever give honest answers when asked how they are.

  • Royals view South Africa photo collection with President

    The King and Queen have invited President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa to view an exhibition in the Buckingham Palace Picture Gallery of items relating to South Africa. The Prince and Princess of Wales, and the Earl and Countess of Wessex, were also there to view the Royal Collection. President Ramaphosa admired a “lovely picture” of Queen Elizabeth II standing beside former South African President Nelson Mandela.

  • Harry and Meghan to receive award for 'standing up to racism' in Royal Family

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to receive an award for their “heroic” stance against “structural racism” in the Royal Family. Prince Harry and Meghan will receive the prestigious human rights Ripple of Hope award at a gala in New York on December 6.

  • Adorable hugs and selfies for Prince William during RAF Coningsby visit

    The Prince of Wales found himself being hugged by young children who came to greet him during a visit to RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire. After trying out some AI equipment and opening a new boxing club at the base, he greeted crowds of people who had lined up to see him, stopping to pose for selfies and little chats along the way.

  • These earl gray cupcakes are the perfect bite sized sweet for tea lovers

    Try these cupcakes made of earl gray tea leaves and topped with a rich dollop of vanilla frosting.

  • Mikhail Baryshnikov receives award from Queen Consort

    The dancer and director, Mikhail Baryshnikov is presented with the Royal Academy of Dance's highest honour, the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award by Her Majesty The Queen Consort. Baryshnikov defected from Russia in 1974 and is regarded as one of the greatest ballet dancers of all time. .

  • Prince William visits the Welsh Parliament

    The Prince of Wales visits the Welsh Parliament to learn about issues facing the people of Wales.

  • What The Crown completely made up about how Diana and Dodi

    They played an integral part in one of the most shocking moments in the British royal family’s history and, as a result, Diana’s former partner Dodi and his billionaire father Mohamed Al-Fayed are key characters in season five of The Crown.In the recently released Netflix series, we’re introduced into the family through fictitious scenes that dive into Mohamed’s supposed obsession with the Royal Family. Omid Scobie – Yahoo UK’s royal executive editor – breaks down what was created in the writers room using a bit of revisionist history, and what happened in real life. Dodi and Diana’s romance wasn’t just luxurious holidays in Saint Tropez, but the stuff tabloid dreams are made of: from jilted ex-girlfriends to unhappy former in-laws, Scobie explains not only how their relationship got off the ground, but all the obstacles the couple had to overcome

  • The bitter story behind Princess Diana’s ‘revenge dress’ and what The Crown got right

    Diana’s so-called revenge dress is iconic for a reason: the same night Charles’ documentary – in which he would finally admit being unfaithful to his wife – was due to be released, Diana stepped out in her sexiest dress. The headlines, if nothing else, would still be hers. Yahoo UK’s executive royal editor – Omid Scobie – explores how this unforgettable moment was depicted in the newly released season five of The Crown. He explains why Diana wasn’t even meant to be wearing the Christina Stambolian design that night, and how the look could easily have never ended up in the history books – or on Netflix. Scobie breaks down everything about Diana’s moment of triumph, from the pressures on Elizabeth Debicki to pull the look off on-screen, to why this was the most strategic fashion choice of modern times.

  • New Zealand influencer sends UK apology after she filmed herself biting into a Terry's chocolate orange

    Every Brit knows the 'correct' way to eat a Terry's chocolate orange - one segment at a time after a hefty whack on the table to break it apart. But an influencer and mental health activist from New Zealand filmed herself biting into one like an apple when creating a TikTok video.

  • This rich duck salad with cranberries is the perfect hearty appetizer

    This roasted duck salad with pomegranate and cranberries is a perfect starter for your next winter dinner party.

  • Rescue cat becomes online hit after turning to life of adventure

    A rescue cat has become a social media star after turning to a life of adventure – going skiing, hiking and paddle boarding with his owners while wearing mini goggles and jackets.

  • Will Mellor apologises for 'Strictly' tears

    The TV actor was visibly emotional in Saturday night's show after dancing to his late father's favourite song. He proceeded to apologise for crying in Sunday's results show, speaking directly to his kids through the camera and assuring them he was OK. Credit: Strictly Come Dancing / BBC / BBC iPlayer

  • King Charles marks first birthday as monarch

    King Charles III is celebrating his first birthday as monarch. The King is expected to mark his 74th year privately, after ascending the throne on September 8 following the death of his late mother Queen Elizabeth II.

  • Queen Elizabeth II Honoured at Festival of Remembrance

    Members of the Royal Family including King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla attended the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall to commemorate the service and sacrifice of those in the armed service. A special tribute was also made to the late Queen Elizabeth II as the longest serving Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces. .

  • King Charles Leads Nation in Remembrance

    King Charles leads the country in honouring Britain's war-dead at the annual Remembrance Sunday wreath-laying and national silence in Whitehall. Queen Consort Camilla and the Princess of Wales looked on from the Foreign Office balcony as King Charles and Prince William laid wreaths on the Cenotaph memorial in Whitehall.

  • Holly Willoughby disagrees with the ‘Tampon-gate’ scandal being put in The Crown

    Speaking on Thursday’s episode of This Morning, Holly Willoughby shared why she thinks the ‘Tampon-gate’ scandal surrounding King Charles and the Queen Consort shouldn’t have been included in the new series of The Crown.

  • King unveils statue of the late Queen at York Minster

    King Charles braved the rain to unveil a statue of his mother Queen Elizabeth II above the front entrance of York Minister. It shows the Queen wearing the robes of the Order of the Garter and is the first statue of the late monarch since hear death in September. The King, joined by the Queen Consort met the stonemason who created the statue, Richard Bossons, clergy and choristers inside the minster before meeting well-wishers outside.

  • Royal biographer explains Diana was "desperate" to make her story public

    Royal Biographer, Andrew Morton, appears on Good Morning Britain and explains that Princess Diana was "desperate" to collaborate with his biography and "convey her message to the wider world". @GMB Via Twitter

  • Dominic West: Will King Charles watch The Crown?

    Dominic West is taking on the role of Prince Charles in The Crown Series 5 and told us how he'd feel if the now King watched the show and what he'd say to him if he did.

  • Mum's clever hack involves using household item to unclog blocked toilet

    Blocked toilets are one of life's biggest inconveniences and clearing them can be a tricky, not to mention messy business. Thankfully, however, one woman has shared a simple yet effective method for unblocking the backlog. Credit: SWNS

  • Mike Tindall's friend James Haskell says wife Zara will fly out to support him on 'I'm A Celeb'

    English former rugby union player Haskell has spoken  on Good Morning Britain about how 'private' Tindall will fare in the new season of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. Credit: @GMB Via Twitter

  • Davey:Blame for this chaos lies squarely with the Tory party

    Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Ed Davey delivers his annual speech after the party conference was cancelled due to the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Following his thanks to the Queen for her service, Mr Davey took aim at the Conservative party, saying ‘lame for this chaos lies squarely with’ them. .