A tiny Prince George - made from 15 LEGO bricks - enjoyed a birthday tea from his highchair at Legoland in Windsor today.
The Duke of Cambridge marked his new role as president of the governing body for snorkelling and scuba diving - by taking a dip in a pool.
The piece was painted by Dan Llywelyn Hall, whose portrait of the Queen last year was criticised as looking like a Spitting Image puppet.
Prince Harry wished Royal Marines good luck before they set off from the Cutty Sark to complete the final phase of their epic ‘1664 challenge’ with a moonlit 30 mile march which finished in London today. The event celebrates 250 years since their formation.
The Duke of Cambridge's close friend Guy Pelly was today found guilty of drink driving in his £90,000 sports car by District Judge John Zani at London's Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Prince George may have turned one this week, but a special exhibition opens at Buckingham Palace this weekend giving an insight into 250 years of Royal childhood. Among the items on display are the Queen's childhood toys and the sailor suit worn by Prince William at the Duke and Duchess of York's Wedding in 1986.
Find out more about the exhibition here.
To mark the First World War Centenary the Government and English Heritage have upgraded five of London's war memorials. Today is also the opening of the English Heritage exhibition 'We Will Remember Them: London's Great War Memorials' which will exploring a collective and personal remembrance.
- The Edith Cavell Memorial, St Martin's Place, Westminster - upgraded from Grade II to Grade I- Royal Artillery Memorial, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster - upgraded from Grade II* to Grade I- Machine Gun Corps Memorial, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster - upgraded from Grade II to Grade II*
- Statue of the Field Marshall Earl Haig, Whitehall, Westminster - upgraded from Grade II to Grade II- Belgian Monument to the British Nation, Victoria Embankment, Westminster - upgraded from Grade II to Grade II- The Cenotaph, Whitehall, Westminster - Grade I list entry enhanced
The Royal Gloriana barge, used to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, was stationed on the River Thames today.
The Metropolitan Police's Marine Policing Unit tweeted an image of the Royal rowbarge which is now used to promote better use of the Thames:
It's one of the most gruelling endurance races in the world - rowing 3,000 miles in 48 days across the Atlantic. And, today, Prince Harry was in Oxfordshire to praise the crew, including two injured ex-servicemen, for successfully completing the toughest challenge of their lives.
The Prince was in Henley-on-Thames at the home of rowing and the 'Row to Recovery' charity.
The race has been supported by the Endeavour Fund - set up by him - to encourage more wounded veterans to take up the sport. Mel Bloor was at the Royal event.
Interviewees:Cpl Scott Blaney, crew member and Catherine Yoxall from The River and Rowing Museum.