A Care2 petition is calling on the 'Doctor Who' alum to take action after he was paid more for his role as Prince Philip than leading lady Claire Foy earned as Queen Elizabeth. read more
If there is a lesson to take away from the first two seasons of "The Crown," it is that no sane person would dare cross Queen Elizabeth II. Netflix seems to have learned this too late, however, as it was revealed on Tuesday that lead actress Claire Foy made less than co-star Matt Smith for her...
Post by Jenny Erikson. Queen Elizabeth finally gave her permission this week for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry, but could she really be having reservations about the match? Her official statement of blessing for the wedding did seem a bit utilitarian and even a little cold.
Post by Jenny Erikson. The wedding is only two months away, but there was one very important task that had to be completed before Prince Harry could wed Meghan Markle. Queen Elizabeth had to give her formal approval of the match -- which she did on Wednesday, March 14.
I think I’m supposed to be outraged to find out that the star of the hit Netflix show, The Crown, Claire Foy, earned less money than her co-star, Matt Smith. As Queen Elizabeth, she had more screen time, was the main character, and totally and completely knocked her performance out of the park. Show More Summary
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The Queen officially signs off on the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
'People Will Say We're In Love' is still one of Queen Elizabeth's favorite songs
It was recently revealed that Matt Smith, who plays Prince Philip in The Crown, was paid substantially more than Claire Foy, who has the lead role as Queen Elizabeth II. Smith's higher salary was apparently down to his Doctor Who fame, but it was still jarring to think that he commanded a larger salary than Foy. Show More Summary
For her latest appearance with the royal family, Meghan Markle took a page out of Queen Elizabeth II's traditional style playbook. Prince Harry's bride-to-be attended her first...
By William James LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May defended Britain's links to security ally Saudi Arabia on Wednesday as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Queen Elizabeth for lunch on a high-profile visit that drew protests over Riyadh's human rights record. Show More Summary
Ottawa, Canada, March 6, 2018 - Canada’s beach volleyball teams are ready to showcase the sport for the first time at the Commonwealth Games, April 6 to 12, 2018 at Queen Elizabeth Park, Coolangatta, Australia’s Gold Coast’s southernmost suburb.
In an earlier article, we considered how the RN would use layered defence to protect the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft […]
In a bizarrely fascinating story that will undoubtedly be explored in The Crown’s fourth or fifth season, it’s come to light by many news organizations this week that in October 1981, a teenager named Christopher John Lewis attempted an assassination plot against Queen Elizabeth II when she was on a ... More »
HMS Queen Elizabeth returned to Portsmouth today after 25 days away. During this time she visited Gibraltar, conducted rotary wing flying […]
• Most of the British monarchy's wealth is derived from inherited lands and investments. • British taxpayers also support the royal family through a "sovereign grant" issued by the treasury. • The royal family has come under fire for...Show More Summary
She could have been my charming tiny kindergarten teacher, sitting there nonchalantly in her wheelchair with neatly folded arms in her lap. The delicate, airy cloud of silvery blonde hair on her head resembled Queen Elizabeth’s style. I named her Ms. Elizabeth. A few moments ago, though, she looked like a young child who could […]
Post by Jenny Erikson. We knew she was a fashion icon! Queen Elizabeth II surprised London Fashion Week with her presence on Tuesday, sitting alongside queen of fashion, longtime Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The 91-year-old monarch wore a powder blue tweed suit adorned with Swarovski crystals, a look designed by her personal advisor, Angela Kelly.
"No one in Britain has been more cordial toward us than Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II."
She was there to present Richard Quinn with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.