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The palace staff treated Harriet the monkey to a scone, and sent it home with a new corgi friend.
Harriet the monkey had an unexpectedly long stay at Buckingham Palace—but it seems that it was an enjoyable one.Five-year-old Australian Savannah Hart was traveling around Europe with her family and Harriet, one of the six "traveling monkeys" lent out by her school. While ...
 
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It's part of a trove of documents related to the Queen's consort that are now online for the first time.
This month, to mark the 200th anniversary of Prince Albert's birth, more than 17,500 photographs, prints, and official papers relating to Queen Victoria's consort are being made available to the public online by the Royal Collection Trust.The website titled "Prince Albert: His Life and Legacy," ...
 
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A video of the Queen's son at Epstein's New York City home was published today.
For the first time since Jeffrey Epstein's death, Prince Andrew is speaking out about his former associate. A statement from Buckingham Palace released this evening states that the Queen's son is "appalled" by Epstein's alleged crimes.It reads in full:“The Duke of York ...
 
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Take a look back at Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin's visit with the royal family right here.
When the third installment of The Crown, the Netflix series about Queen Elizabeth's early reign, premieres later this year, it will include an episode centered around the Apollo 11 lunar landing.Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon during the summer of 1969, which ...
 
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Here's your chance to step inside the British monarch's London home.
Buckingham Palace is one of the world’s most iconic buildings and a focal point for British national life. From balcony appearances to state banquets and investitures, the palace is frequently in the background as history is made. And this season, an exhibition showcases how it all began ...
 
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This isn't the first time someone has scaled the fence of the royal residence.
Queen Elizabeth has some of the best security in the world, but that didn't stop an intruder from scaling her fence this week.A 22-year-old unarmed man climbed over the metal fences outside Buckingham Palace around 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning, and walked ...
 
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As if you needed another reason to visit the royal residence.
It seems as if the curators of "Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing" took a page from The Da Vinci Code when making their exhibition.The show is currently on view in the Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace, and for the most part, it looks ...
 
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This year's Sovereign Grant report revealed that the royal household earned roughly $8.9 million from tourism this year.
The past year has been filled with milestones for the British royal family, from weddings to births (and a few christenings and international tours in between). All those headlines and celebrations came alongside a major increase in visitors to royal residences, which in turn meant a ...
 
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It's a lot of work to host 170 guests for a lavish dinner.
While Queen Elizabeth was posing with Donald and Melania Trump last night inside Buckingham Palace, a crew of palace attendants and royal florists was scurrying to put the final touches on their dinner arrangements.In an Instagram post, the royal family pulled back the curtain ...
 
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This marks the first time we've seen the Duchess of Cambridge wear the order publicly.
The banquet in honor of President Trump's state visit to the U.K. marks a first for the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate debuted a new piece of regalia at the dinner at Buckingham Palace—she wore a blue sash, which symbolizes her role as ...
 
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Former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush both lodged at the royal residence for state visits during their tenure.
Donald Trump's first official state visit to the U.K. promises to be an eventful one. The U.S. president is already scheduled for a full roster of royal events during his three-day stay in the United Kingdom, including a tea with Prince Charles at Clarence House and ...
 
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Despite the dreary weather, the sisters embraced summer fashions.
At the third of the Queen's summer garden parties, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie made an appearance. And although it was threatening to rain—and many of the royals came armed with umbrellas, just in case—the sisters managed to dress for summer weather.Eugenie went for neutral hues, pairing ...
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