Features

Tributes are paid to royal reporter Kjell Arne Totland who has died aged 74

Tributes have been paid to royal reporter Kjell Arne Totland who has died at the age of 74 following a short illness. Totland, who was royal correspondent for Norwegian TV station TV 2, regularly appeared in the media across the globe to offer commentary on The Royal Family of Norway, as well as royals from across Europe. The respected broadcaster and journalist died in the early hours of…
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The Sussexes

The Duchess of Sussex guest edits the September issue of British Vogue

The Duchess of Sussex has guest edited the September issue ofBritish Vogue. The edition, entitled ‘Forces for Change’ features a collection of trailblazing changemakers, united by their fearlessness in breaking barriers.  The issue, which will be available to buy next Friday, includes a candid conversation between Meghan and the former First Lady of the United States…
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State & Ceremonial

The Queen appoints Boris Johnson as Prime Minister

The Queen has formally appointed Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after he assured Her Majesty that he can command a majority in the House of Commons. Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is The Queen’s 14th Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury. Mr Johnson was appointed to the role just a matter of minutes after Theresa May tendered her resignation to The Queen on…
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DOWNTIME: Change is coming to Royal Central

Change is afoot in the United Kingdom. There has been a change of Prime Minister, a change in the weather, and now even the world’s most popular independent news website on The Royal Family is undergoing a transformation. In preparation for this,there will be a…
State & Ceremonial

BREAKING: The Queen to appoint Boris Johnson as her 14th Prime Minister

Boris Johnson has been elected leader of the Conservative Party meaning he will be appointed as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom when he meets The Queen on Wednesday. Mr Johnson will travel to Buckingham Palace tomorrow where Her Majesty will ask if he has the confidence of the House of Commons to form a government. Presuming he answers in the affirmative, from that moment Mr Johnson will…
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