Post by Joanna Mazewski. It looks as though Kate Middleton’s bitter war with Camilla Parker Bowles really has no end. Rumor has it that the Duchess is upset that Queen Elizabeth is passing the royal reins to Prince Charles and his wife, bypassing Prince William and Kate, even though the people of England would LOVE to see them ascend the throne next. Show More Summary
National Geographic made much of Prince Williams visit to Washington this week during which he took careful aim at wildlife traffickers. Both the prince and his father, Prince Charles are vocal advocates for endangered wildlife such as elephants and rhinos. Show More Summary
Is Prince Harry getting a “wink” of approval from his father through a Christmas card? Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, sent out a customary holiday card this season, with a nice picture of the couple and a non-controversial greeting. Show More Summary
Camilla Parker-Bowles is in the news for being the second member of the British royal family this week to experience a breach of “royal protocol.” Express U.K. writes that Prince Charles’ wife visited the Jubilee Center in St. Albans, Hertfordshire Tuesday when the “breach” happened. Show More Summary
Alt Text: Charles Laurence The police killing of unarmed Eric Garner throws royal couple’s visit into sharp perspective Column Charles Laurence Monday, December 8, 2014 - 8:09am Will Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge’s jaunt...Show More Summary
The royal marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles in July 29, 1981 was broadcast around the world. I lived outside in a tent much of that summer of 1981, yet I remember watching the wedding ceremonial spectacle on TV at a person’s apartment in Burlingame, Vermont. Show More Summary
Camilla Parker-Bowles had on a different tiara Tuesday when she and Prince Charles appeared at Buckingham Palace for an event hosted by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip. The diamond encrusted tiara doesn’t belong to the royal family, Hello magazine reports. Show More Summary
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Arnold Toynbee had it right: Here is evidence: Prince Charles’s coronation should include a reading from the Koran, a Church of England Bishop has said. Lord Harries of Pentregarth, a
Just a few weeks ago Prince Charles, a man sometimes criticized for being too supportive and praising of Britain's Muslim community, made a passionate speech calling for the Islamic world to stop persecuting its Christian minorities....Show More Summary
Does wildlife campaigner Prince Charles's hunting habit make him a hypocrite?
A senior Church of England bishop has said that Prince Charles's coronation service should include a reading from the Quran so that Muslims feel "embraced" by the nation – a proposal which is being criticized by some Christian groups in the U.K.
Prince William and Duchess Catherine are set to land in New York on December 7, for a short trip to the U.S. It will be the couple’s first visit to the American Northeast and will include a brief sojourn in Washington for the Prince....Show More Summary
Prince Charles's coronation should include a reading from the Koran, a Church of England Bishop has said. Lord Harries of Pentregarth, a retired Bishop of Oxford, said that such a gesture at the traditionally Anglican service would be "creative" and make Muslims feel "embraced" by the nation. Show More Summary
Prince George won’t be joining his parents Prince William and Duchess Catherine on their U.S. tour in early December, but some news regarding the future King of England has surfaced. His grandfather, Prince Charles, recently did an interview...Show More Summary
The Guardian thinks Brits ought to be prepared for a change in style when the day arrives for Prince Charles to become King Charles. Its interviews with sources close to Charles suggest that he will be far more opinionated about public affairs than the queen currently is. That's especially true...
12. To the hotel guest who was eaten alive by bedbugs: You didn’t sleep in the bathtub? Wow, OK, Prince Charles.
"... [when he is king, Prince Charles will] try and continue with his heartfelt interventions, albeit checking each for tone and content to ensure it does not damage the monarchy. Speeches will have to pass the following test: would it seem odd because the Queen wouldn’t have said it or would it seem dangerous?"I love the "Would it seem odd?" test. Show More Summary
Bob Ladd points out that a commenter ("RobbieLePop") on a Guardian article about Prince Charles (the opinionated prince who is destined to inherit the throne under Britain's hereditary monarchical and theocratic system of government) said this: The moment the Monarchy, with he at its head, begins a campaign of public influence is the moment the […]
Prince Charles has spoken out about what he coined the “soul destroying tragedy” of Christian persecution at the hands of ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, in Syria and Iraq. The Prince of Wales, who addressed the congregation of...Show More Summary