It was been well known that Will wants to start a family with Kate, but in Singapore this week he got more specific. During a Far East and South Pacific tour with Kate that started in Singapore Wednes...
No one likes being sick. But Queen Elizabeth's outspoken, and at times curmudgeonly, husband of 65 years will undoubtedly have no patience whatsoever with the latest illness that curtailed his activit...
LONDON - You don't need a title to come to the London Olympics, but lots of people are bringing one anyway.In addition to Britain's extensive royal family, members of other European royal lines — king...
At The Huffington Post Canada Style, we're a little obsessed with the Royals. We'd even like to think we're bona fide Royal watchers. From Kate's latest look for the Olympics to what Princes William...
At the 2010 Canada Day festivities on Parliament Hill, Elizabeth started her speech by addressing the 100,000-strong audience as "fellow Canadians..." She's custodian of the Canadian Crown's democratic powers and represents the "power of the people above government and political parties." Which makes her our chief watchdog -- if mostly absent and toothless.
FREDERICTON - Prince Charles and his wife Camilla arrived in Canada Sunday to start a tour to help to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.The plane carrying the royal couple touched down on a clear sunny...
Hot off the heels of Prince William and Kate Middleton's one-year anniversary, the Department of Canadian Heritage has announced details of Prince Charles and Camilla's, the Duchess of Cornwall, sprin...
The monarchy has no business having any business in a democratic country such as Canada. We are an independent nation of Canadians first and foremost, and should not be subjugated to professing our love, let alone allegiance to some woman (for that is what she is, some woman) across the Atlantic, living in a palace.
On the outset, Canadians maintain our collective independence from Britain, but on some level do we perhaps feel a tinge of envy that we've lost out on the revelry that comes with having an incumbent king -- or queen?
Given the star power William and Kate have demonstrated in North America, the attractions of rebranding themselves in a global manner will loom large. Will tension appear between their traditional state-connected activities and a more diverse humanitarian agenda?
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- TORONTO - Prince William and Kate have good reason to hope that Canada's history doesn't repeat itself during their upcoming royal tour. If it does, the newlyweds could find them...
From Papua New Guinea to Stoke-on-Trent, Prince Philip has left his mark around the world. As his 90th birthday looms, Hannah Ewan recalls the soundbite