The improper topper worn by Princess Beatrice at the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton last month will send $131,000 to two international charities based in Britain.
Prince William and his wife Catherine Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, following their wedding at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29.
This illustration shows the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in the Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace in England on Feb. 10, 1840. Queen Victoria's white ballgown changed the way brides dressed for years to come.
You're nobody until somebody loves you – even if you're a prince. Prince William and Kate Middleton pose for their engagement photo in 2010.
Many see the April 29 wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the elegant commoner, as an opportunity for a royal rapprochement with Britain’s middle class.
After years of speculation about when they would wed, Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement on Tuesday. The announcement seems to have thrilled Britons, both the public and the press. The wedding and the buzz leading up to it are likely to provide a bit of cheer for a nation – though some people are sure to grouse about the cost of what is sure to be a lavish affair at a time of sobering austerity cuts. Below are some of the royal wedding and marriage traditions that we will surely hear more about in coming months.
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, tells talk show host Oprah Winfrey in a taped interview scheduled for broadcast Tuesday that she 'was not in my right place' when she offered access to her former husband, Prince Andrew.
At this week's BookExpo in New York, Sarah Ferguson is grabbing plenty of headlines.