Winnie-the-Pooh is meeting Queen Elizabeth II for the first time in a brand-new adventure to celebrate the 90th birthdays of both the beloved icons. The two are coming together in a new illustrated book, Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal...Show More Summary
LONDON — Both Queen Elizabeth II and Winnie-the-Pooh have something special in common, they are both 90 years old this year. To celebrate, Winnie-the-Pooh's latest adventure shows the world's most loved bear meeting the Queen for the...Show More Summary
“Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday” was made available for free download, in text and audio format, to celebrate the monarch and the bear turning 90.
LONDON — If there's one thing you've never asked to see, it's Queen Elizabeth II with a lizard tongue. You can now add this unfortunate sight to the list of things you will never be able to unsee. A seemingly innocuous photo from the...Show More Summary
Dennis Hennessy, 41, pleaded guilty to trespass during an appearance Friday at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London.
Queen Elizabeth II was at London residence when convicted murderer breached palace's security
LONDON (AP) — A convicted murderer climbed over a wall and wandered the grounds of Buckingham Palace while Queen Elizabeth II was at home, British prosecutors said Friday. Dennis Hennessy, 41, pleaded guilty to trespass during an appearance at Westminster Magistrates’ Court. He was arrested in the palace grounds on Wednesday evening. Police said he […]
British police said Thursday they had arrested a man who climbed the perimeter wall and entered the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II. During the incident, which took place on Wednesday evening, the 41-year-old man was in the palace grounds for seven minutes...
The Queen of England took time out of an address to Parliament this morning to proclaim that she intends for her country to take the lead on developing autonomous cars. In her State Opening of Parliament, Queen Elizabeth II said that changes to insurance legislation in the United Kingdom will help make autonomous cars a reality sooner rather than...
This year’s speech by UK Queen Elizabeth II, in which she defined the government’s priorities for the next 12 months, was a “wasted opportunity,” the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Angus Robertson said Wednesday.
Queen Elizabeth II will deliver a speech on Wednesday during the State Opening of Parliament, marking the formal start of the parliamentary year and setting out the priorities of both Houses for the upcoming session.
As much as Queen Elizabeth II is known for her bold style and keen sense of humor in public, she's arguably just as well-known for keeping her emotions to herself while in the public eye. But her majesty definitely appeared to be moved...Show More Summary
Performing ponies, trotting war horses and sturdy steeds hung with glittering decorations pranced in an equine extravaganza at Windsor Castle on Sunday to mark the 90th birthday of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.Video provided by AFP
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was highly amused when she received a £50 ($72) voucher to spend at the U.K. grocery giant Tesco. While it might be hard to imagine the Queen carrying her own shopping bags back to Buckingham Palace, she won the grocery voucher after her horse, Barber’s Shop, won the RoR Tattersalls... Show More Summary
As Britain mulls questions of identity and a possible exit from the European Union, 2016 marks an anniversary year for some beloved British icons: the queen, Shakespeare, and gardener "Capability" Brown. Queen Elizabeth II has celebrated her 90th birthday and the playwright died 400 years ago, two events being marked with national fanfare. Show More Summary
The British media is riddled with “barbarians” who would benefit from a lesson in manners from China's ancient civilisation, a state-run newspaper said on Thursday, after Queen Elizabeth II called some Chinese officials “very rude.” In...Show More Summary
Shrugging off Queen Elizabeth II's complaints about the rudeness of Chinese officials, an influential Chinese newspaper responded by attacking the British media for making such a fuss about the story. The queen was caught on camera at a garden party this week lamenting how Chinese officials had been “very rude” to the British ambassador last year — […]
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Queen Elizabeth II were both caught on camera this week making unguarded and unflattering comments about other nations. Cameron was overheard on Tuesday telling the Queen that the leaders headed...Show More Summary
During a rainy garden party in Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, a rather un-British turn of events took place: Queen Elizabeth II was caught on camera describing Chinese officials as “very rude.” The comments were uncharacteristically candid for a monarch who has spent her 63-year reign keeping her...
Queen Elizabeth II doesn't give a whole lot of direct commentary on the United Kingdom's daily political going-ons, but she was recently caught voicing unusually blunt thoughts about the entourage for the President of China.