Granted, the royals probably aren't the easiest to buy for. But a book called Your Arms Remind Me of Pork Luncheon Meat? Really?
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Civil Service FC and Polytechnic FC play in match to mark FA's 150th anniversary
The front pages of every national newspaper on Tuesday led with the news that the Duchess of Cambridge had given birth to the royal baby.
After many, many hours of televised twaddle, we have a new Prince. 8lbs, 6 ounces. All new babies are, as Nancy Mitford so rightly pointed out, ‘deep down among the frills and lace,’ little more than, ‘a howling orange in a fine black wig’. Even little Princes who arrive third in line to the throne heralded by the clammy, effusive trumpetings of Nicholas Witchell and the excitable questioning by Kay Burley of excited people about just how excited they are.
Child of top equestrian and former England rugby player would be Princess Royal's third grandchild
Captain Wales reportedly diffused tensions with members of a rival regiment over comrade's sexuality
Prince of Wales to attend Commonwealth meeting in place of 87-year-old mother
See Naples and die, goes the saying, such was the Italian city's erstwhile fame for beauty and magnificence. Taking inspiration from such sentiments, tourism bosses in England have produced a "bucket list" of 101 things to do and see before you expire – or worse, holiday abroad.
The Mindy Project, E4
The Duke of Kent, the Queen's cousin, has suffered a mild stroke, Buckingham Palace said today.
Amidst the same appalling weather and poor visibility that has hung over each of The Shard’s many grand openings, Boris Johnson has officially opened the observation deck at Western Europe’s tallest building to the public.
Would the Queen ever follow Beatrix of the Netherlands' lead? John Walsh imagines the scene at breakfast
Palace under pressure not to break more than 100 years of tradition.
In a shocking move certain not to rumble the foundations of Britain's glorious monarchy, Harry Windsor has been voted 'Man of the Year' by the intellectual titans of Tatler magazine, a distinguished journal for men and women of high ideas and higher ideals, founded by Sir Richard Steele in 1709. Unfortunately you have to part with four English pounds and ten pence to acquire the detail of Mr Windsor's deserved award, which comes, of course, barely weeks after he was pictured naked at a Las Vegas pool party. But never fear! IV Drip has a sneak preview for you.