Few actors have reinvented themselves more onscreen than Helen Mirren. The Oscar-winning star has played a sorceress, a Roman empress, a housekeeper, Queen Elizabeth II, an assassin and, in her latest film, "The Hundred-Foot Journey," a cantankerous restaurant owner. Show More Summary
Gone are the days when Queen Elizabeth II could control something. Not that she ever had any real power in the political sense, but she ruled her family! While Kate Middleton and Europe's longest-reigning ruler seem to get along, she has been at war with Queen Elizabeth over Prince William's future. Or so the tabloids would have us believe. Show More Summary
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who welcomed their first son Prince George last year, recently moved to the British countryside in a house that was given to Prince William by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, for his 30th birthday two years ago.
Queen Elizabeth II is allegedly on the brink of dying and has even tried to get Camilla Parker-Bowles exiled from Great Britain. According to the upcoming print edition of GLOBE Magazine, the Queen has finally become fed up of Camilla’s antics and the fact that she is suffering from ill health means that she has
Kate Middleton and Prince William's grandmother, HRM Queen Elizabeth, may seem like they enjoy a friendly, cordial relationship, but not the case, says one tabloid. The two are actually at war. AT WAR!! And Kate has the upper hand! One...Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II now has a majority stake in Savile Row, London. Her property company, The Crown Estate, just purchased a 64.2% holding in Pollen Estate, whose portfolio includes over 40 properties on Savile Row and Cork Street. Together with… Queen Elizabeth II Buys Savile Row is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
London (AFP) - State-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland is looking to sell the international operations of its private bank Coutts, which counts Queen Elizabeth II among its clients, according to reports on Tuesday.
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Broadway, prepare for the arrival of a queen — Helen Mirren is bringing “The Audience” to New York City.
Helen Mirren will once again assume the conservative dresses, crisp diction and distinctive hairdo of Queen Elizabeth II when she reprises her role as the British monarch in a Broadway run of "The Audience," which is scheduled to open March 8 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre in New York.
Helen Mirren will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth II on Broadway this spring in Peter Morgan’s “The Audience,” producers announced.
And she’ll always be royal (royal). Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren will make her return to Broadway this spring as Queen
Ms. Mirren won an Olivier Award last year for her performance as Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's play.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother was the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, the present British sovereign, and the widow of King George VI and she was born on this day in 1900. She was born the Honourable Elizabeth Angela Marguerite...Show More Summary
One of Prince Philip's former aides, Benjamin Herman, has been charged with three "indecent assaults" in the '70s, the Associated Press reports. Herman, now 79, was employed by Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, from 1971 to 1974....Show More Summary
After Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II both squeezed in hilarious photobombs at the Commonwealth Games, Prince William decided to get in on the royal fun. Unfortunately, his first offering to the world of photobombs could use a little polishing. Show More Summary
His grandmother Queen Elizabeth II went viral for photobombing a selfie a week before this photo was uploaded to Facebook
Like grandmother, like grandson. Prince Harry followed in Queen Elizabeth II's now famous photobomb footsteps with a picture prank of his own at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Monday. Harry, who recently took his first selfie,Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II took photobombing to a royal level today at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Australian field hockey star Jade Taylor decided to take a quick selfie with a pal, hoping to capture the Queen herself in the frame. According to Taylor, the photo was planned by Taylor and her friend, who situated themselves
Glasgow, Scotland is hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games, which are taking place now. Queen Elizabeth II made a surprise visit to a women's field hockey game between Australia and Malaysia. Australian player Jayde Taylor took a selfie with a teammate. Show More Summary