Will King Charles III used brand endorsements to support the causes he holds dear?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in one of the photos exclusively released for their Netflix documentary.
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Racism aside, many of the difficulties they face are shared by all the royal families of Europe.
If the prime minister is right, and New Zealand’s ties to the monarchy will only strengthen under Charles III, the country will be swimming against the Commonwealth tide.
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Police may not have been justified in making arrests over breach of the peace and public order.
King Charles has inherited the crown at a time when support for the institution of the monarchy has fallen to a new low.
King Charles I’s reign ended in execution and an English republic.
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King Charles III has been praised for keeping it simple by choosing to reign under his own name. But the royal name of Charles comes with some heavy historical baggage.
Royal Mail stamps are one of the everyday items set to change following the death of the Queen.
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The little changes people may experience following the death of the Queen.
The investiture ceremony of Charles as Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle, 1969.
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The UK crown has developed from absolute power to a ‘constitutional monarchy’. Here’s what other countries do.
Queen Elizabeth II during a 1983 tour of California.
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The new queen was a subversive model for American women of the 1950s, and many traveled to London for her coronation. Their daughters and granddaughters will be among those mourning the monarch’s death.
Scrapbooks made for the coronation in 1953 atop other scrapbooks made for royal events throughout the 20th century.
Scrapbooks on the Royal Family are more meaningful objects for our families, and our own communities, than we might first expect.
Will House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy attempt to defy subpoena?
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Framers of the Constitution put in a clause giving lawmakers immunity from liability for any ‘speech or debate.’ Interpreting it may be key in the battle to get some Republicans to testify.
George IV was regularly lampooned in the media for his lifestyle.
The monarchy has seen highs and lows of popularity over the past 200 years, an expert explains.
He who laughs last, lives longest?
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Prince Philip died at 99. Living to such a ripe old age isn’t unusual for UK royals. Nor is it surprising, argues an expert on aging and longevity.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on his last official engagement in 2017.
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Born into post-World War I European royalty, the Duke of Edinburgh came to represent the archetypal English aristocrat. Along with those ‘gaffes’.
It’s either in or out for a minor royal. A mix and match approach raises too many problems.
Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits, exhibition view.
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A new exhibition illustrates the British monarchy’s transition from global powerhouse to modern celebrities. But idolised images reign.
Prince Charles, on a visit to Accra, Ghana.
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Charles has been a “rebellious” prince, but that won’t translate when he’s king.
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From cannibalism to carbolic smoke balls, these are some of the fascinating cases that have made the law of England and Wales what it is today.