The Guardian reported this week that Queen Elizabeth appeared “unimpressed by a painting given to her by the German president, Joachim Gauck.”
Post by Stephanie Dennis. Looks like Queen Elizabeth -- aka Great Grandmummy -- has purchased a fancy three-bedroom, three bathroom pied-a-terre for the Royal Family. Now all the Dukes, Duchesses, Princes, and Princesses will have a place to call home when they visit the Big Apple. Show More Summary
Rick Astley is never gonna let you down! Especially when it comes to covering songs you'd NEVER expect to hear him sing! The 49-year-old took the stage at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park during the Let's Rock London festival over the weekend. [ Video: Watch This 60-Year-Old SLAY Uptown Funk! ] But during his performance, he surprised fans by [...]
And now if you just care to look this way … it’s bi-lingual, too. The dark side of the English royal family From the publisher: Did you know that Queen Elizabeth II is the largest landowner in the world? She owns 10 times more land than the recently deceased King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. The […]
Kate Middleton is reportedly causing quite a bit of tension in the royal family, with sources saying she is defying Queen Elizabeth and instead moving power to her own mother, Carole. For months reports have noted how Duchess Kate is bucking royal tradition in how and where she lives and how she raises her children. Show More Summary
Apparently, Buckingham Palace and all the other castles at her disposal may not be enough for the Queen of England. Rumor is the 89-year-old royal mother has added an $8 million condo in New York City to her collection. Renovations are currently scheduled for the London home to Queen Elizabeth, so the [...]
Lladro pieces are given by the Spanish royal family as state gifts. They are customers, too – of romantic pieces depicting ballerinas and cupids – along with Queen Elizabeth II and former US presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton. Read the rest of the story at: Lladro's porcelein legacy
U.K. Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has produced power from her onboard diesel generators (DGs) for the first time, marking a significant stage in the program.
In its final week on Broadway, the play, which starred Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II, racked up $1,425,523.
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Queen Elizabeth releases statement after learning at least 15 Britons were among 38 killed by ISIS-linked gunman at sunny Mediterranean resort
Post by Michele Zipp. When thinking of places Kim Kardashian shops for lingerie, one does not dare to think it is the same store as the Queen. As in Queen Elizabeth II. But it is. Kim was spotted shopping at London's posh lingerie shop Rigby & Peller -- the very same store that is a favorite of the Queen's. Show More Summary
A German artist whose painting of a blue horse was presented as a gift to Britain's visiting Queen Elizabeth II, prompting a quizzical reaction over its "strange colour", defended her work Friday. Nicole Leidenfrost told German newspapers...Show More Summary
With Buckingham Palace in need of major repairs, Queen Elizabeth II may have to move out. Find out where else the queen could possibly stay.
The onboard Diesel Generators for Britain's new 65,000 tonne supercarrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, were fired up for the first, marking a significant stage in the construction of Britain's biggest warship. The post Britain’s Biggest-Ever Warship Fired Up for the First Time appeared first on gCaptain.
Queen Elizabeth may have to find a new home, at least temporarily. As CBSN's Jeff Glor reports, British officials say Buckingham Palace is in desperate need of repairs.
Post by Jenny Erikson. Is there room for Queen Elizabeth at Anmer Hall with Prince William and Kate Middleton? It looks as though the monarch may be looking for a place to stay soon, as she's likely to be booted out of Buckingham Palace for some repairs. Show More Summary
Everybody knows that futuristic robots are going to take our jobs. Jobs in food service, farm work, and perhaps most importantly, monarchy. Read more...
Queen Elizabeth II may soon have to relocate from Buckingham Palace as the residence undergoes an estimated 150 million pounds, or $235 million, worth of repairs. If she does, it'll be just one more move in her peripatetic life. TheShow More Summary
BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - On the eve of Britain's bid to renegotiate its European Union membership, Queen Elizabeth charmed Germany's Angela Merkel, Europe's most powerful leader, who Prime Minister David Cameron hopes will help him strike an EU reform deal.