"Brexit was a great box office for her," Peter Morgan says of Queen Elizabeth II. read more
The upcoming Netflix series The Crown aims to tell the full story of Queen Elizabeth II's 60-plus-year reign, so naturally, one could assume that the Royal Family might be a tad bit apprehensive about seeing the life of Britain's reigning monarch turned into a prestige television series, with all the ... More »
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip are “very very aware” of Netflix’s 10-episode series The Crown, debuting November 4, the project’s writer Peter Morgan said this morning, kicking off TCA. “Through untraceable back channels, countless...Show More Summary
In service to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II from 1953 until 1997, HMY Britannia was the royal yacht and the second to bear the name. Since it’s retirement from service, it has been moored at Ocean Terminal, Leith, in Edinburgh where...Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II’s closet or candy store? You’d be forgiven a little confusion if you stumbled unawares onto “Fashioning a Reign,” a new exhibition dedicated to the monarch’s clothing choices. Read more...
Queen Elizabeth II’s entire official wardrobe will be put on display from July 23 to October 2, according to the Telegraph. For the first time, royals and commoners alike will have the queen’s choices of gowns and hats in their full view — but excluding her bags and shoes. Show More Summary
They may look garish for some but Queen Elizabeth II's brightly-coloured outfits are a power dressing tool that allow her to make an impression, according to a new exhibition opening on Saturday. Exhibits at the Buckingham Palace show...Show More Summary
IN LATE 2008, during a briefing at the London School of Economics, Queen Elizabeth II famously asked why no one had seen the downturn coming. There can be no better answer than the current furore over the outlook for the British economy in the wake of the vote to leave the EU.
The Duchess of Cornwall has urged people to “pull back the shroud of silence” that surrounds domestic violence. Camilla, the second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, and heir apparent of Queen Elizabeth II, spoke out as she was joined...Show More Summary
It's official: Theresa May is Britain's new prime minister, CNN reports. After David Cameron officially tendered his resignation Wednesday, May bowed down before Queen Elizabeth II and accepted the monarch's invite to form a new government, becoming the only woman other than Margaret Thatcher to hold the office. More on...
Queen Elizabeth II formally accepted David Cameron's resignation as prime minister on Wednesday, paving the way for the next leader of the UK, Theresa May. " It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve our country as prime minister...Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II resignation of ritish Prime Minister David Cameron, according to a Buckingham Palace spokesperson.
Theresa May has accepted an invitation from the Queen to form a new government, becoming the 13th holder of the post of prime minister and first lord of the treasury during Elizabeth II's reign. May's elevation to the country's mostShow More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II appointed Theresa May new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday to officially request Queen Elizabeth II to accept his resignation.
The British leader is expected to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II, who will then invite his successor, Theresa May, to form a government.
LONDON--Queen Elizabeth II has seen it all before -- 12 times before, to be precise. On Wednesday, she will say goodbye to her David Cameron, her 12th prime minister, and hello to Theresa May, her 13th. While a political earthquake has shook Westminster to its core and triggered the resignations of a number of politicians, […]
LONDON — For a man who had just handed in his (two-day) notice at work, David Cameron seemed in remarkably good spirits. After announcing that he would tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday to make way for Theresa May, the British prime minister was caught on camera humming a happy little tune. […]
David Cameron has confirmed today that after this Wednesday's session of Parliament, he will offer his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II
In a desperate, unprecedented attempt to restore political stability, the British Parliament voted yesterday to suspend the Magna Carta and, in the interim, to grant absolute power to Queen Elizabeth II. The post-BREXIT turmoil has, in effect, left the country completely leaderless. Show More Summary