Prince Louis, the third child of Britain’s Prince William and wife Kate, has been christened at a small, private ceremony witnessed by close family members in the absence of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
Boris Johnson has resigned as Foreign Secretary on Monday (9 July) on a day of fast-moving developments in UK politics, following on the heels of former Brexit Secretary David Davis.
David Beckham has voiced his support for the England football team ahead of their encounter with Colombia in the last-16 of the World Cup in Russia.
Harry and Meghan, the duke and duchess of Sussex have had to hold their breaths for yet another Thomas Markle royal world exclusive.
Jacques-Henri Lartigue brings so much pleasure to all who encounter his sublime pictures of the Belle Époque. Who does not fall in love with the timeless elegance of René Perle? Who can fail to be seduced by the parade of beautiful cars and wonderful scenery that was the backdrop to his privileged early life?
Andy Murray, former world number one, will make his long-awaited comeback from injury at the pre-Wimbledon grass tournament in west London.
Boris Becker, former tennis champion has beaten some of the best tennis players in the world but is now fighting the biggest battle of his life as he tries to shake off the dogged pursuit of creditors.
Grenfell Tower survivors, bereaved and their supporters have staged a peaceful and silent monthly procession around their west London neighbourhood since the tragedy that claimed 72 lives on 14 June 2017. In emotional scenes they continued the tradition with a silent march to a vigil in memory of the victims on the first anniversary of the tragedy. There were emotional scenes close to the base of the tower, as they held up pictures of those who perished in the inferno. Their quiet dignity seemed to have been mirrored across the country as the close-knit and ethnically diverse community held vigils, prayed, released doves and ate together. The Queen and her new granddaughter-in-law Meghan, on an official visit to Chester in northwest England, were among those who observed a national silence in honour of the victims at midday. The silence was also observed in the Houses of Parliament and in government buildings. It lasted 72 seconds, one for each of the 71 people who died on the night of the fire, and one for a woman who died in hospital …
A vigil has been held at a London church where people sought refuge on the night of the Grenfell Tower fire in west London.
Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, attended the annual Trooping of the Colour ceremony on 9 June, the first time the couple have attended the Queen’s official birthday celebrations together with the surprise appearance of a fox at the start of proceedings. About 1,000 soldiers marched to House Guards Parade in Whitehall, central London, as part of the ceremony, which marked Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday. Watched by large crowds, the newlyweds arrived in a horse-drawn carriage as part of a procession. The event was attended by other senior royals including the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Prince Philip, the Queen’s husband, did not attend the event, having retired from public life last year. Harry and Meghan married in May at Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth’s home to the west of London, in a show of British royal pomp and pageantry watched by millions of television viewers across the world. Meghan was pictured …