The Royal Family and the media that follows it are involved in an existential struggle. It’s an extraordinary state of affairs, given that less than four years ago the royal hack pack was cheerleader-in-chief at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, and hectoring the BBC for its bungled bowing of the knee at the Thames Pageant.
Prince William and Kate are keeping the media at arms length
A Kensington Palace spokesperson said: 'This speech is not about Europe. He does not mention the word Europe once'
The explorer died after crossing 913 miles of the continent
I never really know what people mean when they say “lady-like”, but surely not going to the toilet, in your pants, in front of Peppa Pig
Duke of Cambridge speaks at a dinner for Child Bereavement UK
France and New Zealand are among a number of countries with strict naming policies
The couple also suggested naming their child 'Minnie Cooper'
Jury hears for first time alleged details of hacking targeting future king and queen
Former News International executive Rebekah Brooks sanctioned a payment of £4,000 to a public official for a picture of Prince William dressed as a Bond girl in a bikini at a Sandhurst party, a jury has heard.
The Duke of Cambridge joined the musicians on stage for the finale
When David Beckham turned up at the Royal Wedding, many were baffled by the friendship between the footballer and the future King. What on earth could they have to talk about? Grammar and hair products, for a start. At least that's how William Gaminara imagines it in his witty new comedy, The Three Lions.
Win a bottle of wine
Win a bottle of wine
Another twist to the naked royals story; William Foxton, writing for The Telegraph, discusses how photos of Kate Middleton have boosted the fortunes of online porn sites - and reveals that pictures of Prince William naked are also apparently being offered to publishers.
Why would a well-known and popular actor, who, some critics might say, has left his glory days behind him, choose to support a team like Aston Villa?