A photographer from Jersey has taken the official pictures for Prince George's 3rd birthday.Read the full story ›
Surveyors have begun excavating land around the ruins of Reading Abbey in search of the missing remains of King Henry 1. Archaeologists believe the king who died in 1135 could be one of several to be found in recent years.
Just two years ago the pelvic bone believed to be that of King Alfred the Great was found in Winchester. And in 2012 the bones of Richard 111 were found under a car park in Leicester. Luke Hanrahan reports.
Archaeologists are looking for the tomb of William the Conqueror's fourth son around the ruins of Reading Abbey. The remains of King Henry the First are believed to have been buried there, having died in France in 1135. The King founded the abbey, which is to embark on a two-year conservation project.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to make their first appearance at Royal Ascot today. Bookmaker William Hill said it is odds on that William and Kate will join the Queen in the royal procession at the famous Berkshire racecourse.
The Princess Royal is to visit pupils in Windsor today as part of the British Nutrition Foundation's healthy eating week. The focus will be on building children's knowledge about eating better and improving their wellbeing.
Thousands of racegoers wearing their spectacular hats hid beneath umbrellas as they arrived for day one of Royal Ascot.
The world-famous event got off to a very soggy start. But the rain stopped just in time for The Queen's arrival.
She wrote in the official programme that her trips to the Berkshire racecourse are among her "most cherished memories". Kate Bunkall reports.
If you were one of the many people who attended street parties to celebrate the Queen's official 90th birthday yesterday then you probably got a bit wet. Richard Slee reports.
Hundreds of street parties are taking place across the south to mark the Queen's 90th birthdayRead the full story ›
It seems like just yesterday it was the Queen's birthday and already she is celebrating again. But why does the monarch get two?Read the full story ›
The celebrations, which begin on Friday and finish on Sunday, include a thanksgiving service at St Paul's and a party on The Mall.Read the full story ›