Our gallery of the Duchess of Cambridge at events and occasions she has made appearances at. Today she is visiting Grimsby.
Descendants of King Richard III have demanded that his remains are reburied in York.
The remains of Richard III are likely to stay in Leicester according to Ladbrokes.
Chocolat author, Joanne Harris, has been made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. The Barnsley born novelist, who worked as a teacher before turning to writing said she was "surprised" when she found out about the honour.
The 48-year-old, who is married with one daughter, said she had not given much thought to her visit to the palace to accept the award, saying :"I'm only at the 'Shall I buy a hat?' stage."
An electrician has reportedly been bailed after appearing at Westminster Magistrates Court charged with defacing a portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey.
Tim Haries from Doncaster was charged with with criminal damage over £5000.
A man from South Yorkshire is being questioned by police on suspicion of defacing a portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey.
The 41 year-old man, believed to be a Father4Justice campaigner, is said to have attempted to write the word "help" on an oil painting of Her Majesty in an attempt to draw attention to the issue of shared parenting.
Hull's Olympic boxing hero Luke Campbell has received his MBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace today.
The 25 year old has been honoured for his services to boxing after clinching bantamweight gold at London 2012. After receiving the honour, he joked that the Queen should pop along to his first professional fight in Hull next month.
The 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen will be celebrated at York Minster today with a special service.
The service of Choral Evensong, which takes place at 4pm, is part of the nationwide celebration of the Queen's coronation, which was held in Westminster Abbey on Tuesday 2 June 1953.
As well as performances by cathedral chamber choir Cantus, the service will include a prayer written by Westminster Abbey with the Queen's approval, which will be used in the Service of Thanksgiving at the Abbey on 4 June.
The remains of King Richard III, which were discovered under a city car park, were found in a hastily dug, untidy grave, researchers have revealed.
Academics from the University of Leicester said the bones of the last Plantagenet king were placed in an odd position and the torso crammed in. He was casually placed in a badly prepared grave, suggesting gravediggers were in a hurry to bury him or had little respect for the murdered king.
The lozenge-shaped grave was too short to contain the body conventionally, and there is evidence to suggest his hands might have been tied when he was buried.
A reconstruction of the head of Richard III will go on show at the Yorkshire Museum this summer.
The replica head – made using detailed scans of the king’s skull – will take pride of place in a new display looking at what is really known about the last Yorkist monarch.
Last week relatives of Richard III launched a legal challenge over plans to bury him in Leicester Cathedral.
Warrant Officer (2) Colin Martin of The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers talks about what it was like to have his medal presented by the Duke of Edinburgh.
Nearly 400 soldiers have been awarded medals following a six month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Many were handed out by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh. The troops, from 1 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, had been in Helmand Province, as the handover of power to the Afghan National Police continues.
The presentation was at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire.
Congratulations to Bramhope Olympian Alistair Brownlee. The 24-year-old triathlete who scooped a gold medal at last summer's games is heading to London today. He will get an MBE for his sporting success from the Queen.