The Duchess of Cambridge appeared less sure of what to do
Duke of Cambridge says the toddler received 'too many things'
Michael Heseltine informed Ms Thatcher there would be four infantry battalions on standby in case of any trouble from the demonstrators
It's been suggested the Duke of Cambridge will be influential in fighting homo-, trans- and biphobia in Commonwealth countries – but let’s not forget whose family profited from imperial murder and slavery in the first place
Four years ago, George Osborne worked it out nicely for Liz et al when he put a clause into a piece of legislation that shielded the Buckingham Palace residents from public funding cuts
Before taking up a more creative role, I spent time working in care homes, and in the hospitality and retail sectors. In these roles, I watched once-strong people lose their dignity on a daily basis
As BBC1 celebrates his landmark birthday, Attenborough talks about being the same age as the Queen, his status as a national treasure and how he maintains his passion for work
'The Duchess is incredibly grateful to the team at British Vogue and at the National Portrait Gallery for asking her to take part'
The British fashion industry inspires the rest of the world - why has Kate decided to dress so plainly on the Royal trip?
'Their palatial homes are packed full of their hunting ‘trophies’,' says Morgan
Alex Johnson presents his round-up of this week's property news, including nosy neighbours and tricking burglars
Missing from the couple’s visit will be remembrance or even utterance of the Bengal Famine, where three million people starved to death under the stewardship of Winston Churchill
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