The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, Camilla and Duchess of Cornwall - Service to mark the end of combat operations in Afghanistan held at St. Paul's Cathedral. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 13th March 2015
Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William Duke of Cambridge and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge - Royals at the Remeberance ceremony at St Pauls at St Paul s Cathedral - LONDON, United Kingdom - Friday 13th March 2015
Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William Duke of Cambridge and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge - Service of commemoration at St Paul's Cathedral to mark end of Afghanistan war - London, United Kingdom - Friday 13th March 2015
Camilla Parker-Bowles Duchess of Cornwell, Catherin Duches of Cambridge, Prince William Duke of Cambridge and Prince Charles Prince of Wales - Members of the Royal family attends the commemoration service to mark the end of combat operations in Afghanistan at St.Paul's Cathedral in London. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 13th March 2015
Camilla Parker-Bowles Duchess of Cornwell and Prince Charles Prince of Wales - Service of commemoration at St Paul's Cathedral to mark end of the Afghanistan war - London, United Kingdom - Friday 13th March 2015
The Prince of Wales also revealed he is hoping it will be a baby daughter this time around.
On Tuesday (Sept 9th), Prince Charles spoke publically for the first time since Kensington Palace announced the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is pregnant for a second time, and said he couldn't be more "thrilled" for her and Prince William.
Prince Charles is "thrilled" to become a grandfather once again
While attending a Prince's Trust event in south London, Charles also revealed that he hopes his son and Kate become parents to a baby daughter this time around, and how "wonderful" it will be to become a grandfather once again.
First the BRITs, then the Oscars and now an MBE! Where next?
Adele's glittering awards cabinet of accolades has grown larger after she was awarded with an MBE for her services to music today. The singer looked the picture of pride and elegance as she stepped up to receive her medal from Prince Charles wearing a festive green dress and a black fascinator.
Singer Adele Has Been Honoured For Her Services To Music.
The 25 year-old's career has reached terrific heights after last year's Oscars and Grammys win for her James Bond soundtrack song, 'Skyfall.' In just a few years, the BRIT school alum has undergone a transformation from teen pop star to soulful starlet, basking in the glow of her tremendous worldwide fame.
Continue reading: Adele Scoops MBE Awarded By Prince Charles For Services To Music
TIME magazine attempts to clarify the implications of quotes used in a recent article.
Despite comments published in the current issue of TIME magazine, Prince Charles does not view potential future role of King as a "prison," it has been iterated by Clarence House. A feature story on the second in line to the British throne quoted an unnamed official as saying that Charles is worried that he won't be able to fulfil all his ambitions before "the prison shades" close.
Prince Charles Featured On The Cover Of TIME Magazine.
A Clarence House spokesperson said "This is not the Prince of Wales's view and should not be attributed to him as he did not say these words. "The prince has dutifully supported the Queen all his life and his official duties and charitable work have always run in parallel, via BBC News."
Interest in the royal baby remains high with people around the world yearning for more facts and photographs of Prince George.
22 days after the birth of Prince George of Cambridge, interest in one of the most famous babies in the world is still high. So here's a quick round-up of all the facts and photos we have to date.
Prince George of Cambridge's birth was one of the most widely anticipated in the world with British and international photographers stationed outside St. Mary's hospital in London and Buckingham Palace, eagerly awaiting news.
Harry doesn't seem disappointed that he's been bumped down to fourth in line to the throne.
Now new parents William and Kate have had a few famous names welcoming their royal baby, George Alexander Louis - Prince George of Cambridge, into their family. Will's brother, Prince Harry has had a few words to say in reaction to the birth of his nephew. Speaking to the BBC at a photographic exhibition in London documenting the work of his Lesotho charity Sentebale, Prince Harry said it was "fantastic to have another addition to the family", and that the newborn "was crying his eyes out" when he met him.
Prince Harry: Taking His Uncle Responsibilities Seriously.
Prince George is third in line to the throne, taking the place of Harry who is now fourth in line. The mischievous prince - who has previously faced criticism for wearing a Nazi uniform to a party, and dancing naked in Las Vegas - when asked what his mission as an uncle was, "To make sure [George] has a good upbringing, and keep him out of harm's way and to make sure he has fun. The rest I'll leave to the parents."
Continue reading: Prince Harry's Royal Baby Response: "I'll Make Sure He Has Fun"
The Royal baby watch continues as Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the baby could be due sometime this week. She was overhead talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the Royal baby could be due sometime this week, according to a report in ABC. She was overhead and filmed talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at a St. David's Day service, in Cardiff, Wales.
In the video Camilla, who will be the baby's step-grandmother, can be overhead saying "we're all waiting at the end of the telephone". She goes on to hint at the possibility the baby will arrive by the end of this week by saying "I think so, I think so. I think by the end of the week he or she will be there."
Continue reading: Royal Baby Watch Continues: Camilla Hints At Kate Middleton's Due Date
Prince Charles found model Cara Delevingne hysterically funny at a Masked Ball they both attended in London on Tuesday. The mirth arouse due to Charles' apparent fascination with Delevingne's tattoos.
Prince Charles joked with catwalk model Cara Delevingne at a masked ball on Tuesday (9th July). The model's tattoo, located on her hand, was the object of amusement and fascination as the pair chatted at the London event.
Prince Charles at Royal Ascot.
The model felt she had to apologise for her recent lion tattoo when she shook the Prince's hand. Much to Prince Charles' amusement Delevingne even went so far as to ask the Prince if he had any tattoos.
Continue reading: Cara Delevingne Asks Prince Charles "Do You Have Tattoos?"
Kate Middleton is due to give birth in Mid-July, her child with Prince William will be the third in line to the British throne.
Kate Middleton, the Royal family and onlookers worldwide are anticipating the arrival of her child with Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge checked into St. Mary's Hospital, London where she is expecting her baby sometime in mid-July.
Kate Middleton laughing with her husband Prince William at the Queen's Birthday Parade in June 2013.
The due date may be uncertain- the couple revealed their child will be due sometime in mid-July- yet the world press and British public are already camped outside Buckingham Palace and St. Mary's Hospital, London in expectation of the future Royal's imminent arrival. St. Mary's is also where the baby's Grandfather (Prince Charles) and Uncle (Prince Harry) were born.
Continue reading: Royal Baby Watch Continues As Kate Middleton's Due Date Approaches
Doctor Who-related news abound this week.
While the Doctor Who team are hard at work on the hyped up 50th anniversary special, the royal family decided to spend their break visiting the set. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall stood face to face with the Doctor’s iconic (and ever so slightly hilarious) foe – the Daleks. Not only that, Prince Charles also took over one Dalek, to speak the infamous, terrifying word: “Exterminate!”
The royals looked a bit less formal on the DW set.
Meanwhile, this week has been almost bursting with Who-related news, with actor John Barrowman, who played captain Jack Harkness on the show making a happy announcement of his own. Last Tuesday, July 2, the actor got married to his longtime partner Scott Gill. The pair tied the knot after 20 years of waiting. The ceremony took place mere days after the American Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, in essence rejecting a federal ban on same-sex marriage. In light of the exciting news, Barrowman even posted a celebratory video, Us Weekly reports.
The royal is a huge fan of the show
Prince Charles took his wife Camilla to the Dr. Who Studios while on their annual summer tour in Wales. And while there, Charles tried his hand at being an evil genius, uttering the famous “Exterminate” phrase through a Dalek microphone.
Prince Charles Uttered The Famous 'Exterminate' Line At The Studios
"I haven't thought about how I could weave a meeting between the Doctor and the royal family. But Prince Charles's attempt at being a Dalek was great,” said the show’s creator, Steve Moffat. "There would be a part in the show for him if he wanted it." While there is no official word on the next Dr. Who – since Matt Smith announced he would be stepping down - Rory Kinnear is the favourite for the role, so much so, that the bookies stopped taking bets on him after a flurry of support for the Skyfall star.