Divorce is still rare for high-profile politicians and any political consequences of the separation will likely unfold in the months to come.
Canadians should learn the lessons of the U.S. and the U.K. to avoid idealizing a republic with a powerful president and at the same time acknowledge that a constitutional monarchy is no alternative.
Not only can a republic be a member of the Commonwealth, even countries that were never part of the former British Empire are now eligible.
The coronations of these kings symbolise more than mere spectacle: they are a declaration of the new monarch’s intent as they transform from heir to sovereign.
Ofcom guidelines ask broadcasters to use ‘due impartiality’ in reporting.
Children and the adults they become need to choose how they grieve. That may include sharing their experiences and getting angry.
The drama around the revelations in Harry’s book are just the latest episode in the royal soap.
Racism aside, many of the difficulties they face are shared by all the royal families of Europe.
Despite being non-working royals, the two members of the family remain counsellors of state for King Charles III.
Throughout Europe, the new king’s name has been translated (or not) in many different ways.
While ‘patron’ is a position with no formal power, it’s an important role for members of the royal family.
As words go, grief feels inadequate for describing public sentiment in the wake of the Queen’s death.
The now King Charles is a man of contradictions.
Queen Elizabeth’s eldest son has waited a long time to be king. Now, he is charged with holding the popular imagination after the death of his beloved mother.
Britain has gone through unimaginable change culturally and politically during Elizabeth’s 70-year reign.
Elizabeth II was a safe pair of hands for the British monarchy in a turbulent and changing era.
Conspiracy theories help people make sense of chaos and tragedy by finding a ‘reason’ behind the coincidences.
Scrapbooks on the Royal Family are more meaningful objects for our families, and our own communities, than we might first expect.
An expert on the royal family’s finances explains how they still benefit from historical connections to slavery and empire.
The agreement is not an admission of guilt or a finding of innocence, but the outcome of this case still has implications for the royal family.