The dress is a recreation of a look Middleton wore for a college fashion show.
Duchess Sophie's reunion with Prince Edward followed several solo appearances as he missed a State Banquet and the King's birthday
Queen Elizabeth II wears bright colours for specific reason
On top of the monarch’s Christmas address, the BBC will air a 90-minute “behind-the-scenes” documentary titled Charles III: The Coronation Year.
Presenter says Britons who fund royals are entitled to know
Omid Scobie’s Endgame promises to show us the dark side of the royals, to sacrifice the insider status which you can only get “by continuing to ignore the ongoing constitutional corruption in the Palace’s inner sanctum”. The one thing all this does reveal is that poor Omid can’t write for nuts. Oh and that Meghan absolutely didn’t use the word “racist” when it came to those unfortunate queries about what her baby would look like; she just didn’t like the “tone”.
The nasty nickname for Princess Kate within the Palace has been revealed in Omid Scobie's new bombshell book. Read more.
The controversial book claims to pull back the curtain on royal life in the run up to the Queen’s death
Kate famously walked in St Andrews charity fashion show, which William attended
Exclusive: Royal biographer suggests he 'would not advise' couple to use private jets if he were their publicist
Scobie claimed Prince Harry was under great ‘financial pressure’ from the royal family after quitting “the Firm”
Family turmoil, broken relationships, and whatever "the Cambridge way" means. Omid Scobie's book "Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival" is out today and already creating a stir.
Piers Morgan has picked apart several of the stories about him in Endgame.
Finding Forever author’s latest book contains various claims about the royals - but it is a foreign language edition that is causing the most controversy
A translation of Omid Scobie's book reportedly named those at the centre of the racism row.
Spoiler alert: For those who like a royal bombshell blockbuster, this book doesn't deliver killer blows. It tells a tale of a King and heir out of step with each other, tangled in a "tussle for the spotlight". Endgame depicts Charles and William as rivals, with "simmering animosity" and different visions of the monarchy.
It appears the book mistakenly named a Royal Family member alleged to have questioned the skin colour of Harry and Meghan's baby.
Omid Scobie has been called a "mouthpiece" for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - when he says he is just a journalist "trying to do my job".
Names have been named in the Dutch version of Omid Scobie's controversial royal book - something which the original English version did not.
Scobie’s new book ‘Endgame’ about the royal family will be released on 28 November