The Royal Navy has marked the 65th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne with a 21 gun salute in Portsmouth.Read the full story ›
Queen Elizabeth II has made history after 65 years on the throne.Read the full story ›
The Duchess of Cornwall was in Old Windsor today as she officially took up her new role as patron of Battersea Dogs and Cats home.Read the full story ›
The Queen has attended church at Sandringham after missing services over Christmas and the New Year due to a lingering heavy cold.Read the full story ›
The Queen, who celebrated her 90th birthday in April, will hand her patronages over to other members of the royal family.Read the full story ›
The Duchess of Cornwall is due to visit Hampshire today.
Camilla will meet the families of soldiers currently deployed in Iraq before opening a hospital's children's cancer unit in Southampton.
At Normandy Barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire, she will place a posy on the 4 Rifles Memorial Wall which includes the names of those killed in action in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The 4th Battalion the Rifles (4 Rifles), commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Carl Boswell, currently has 250 Riflemen based at Al Asad Air Base, 100 miles west of Baghdad, providing training support to the Iraqi army.
Camilla will then go on to visit Southampton Children's Hospital where she will open the cancer unit Piam Brown which has undergone a £1.7 million seven-month refurbishment.
She will attend a reception with staff and patients where she will unveil a plaque to commemorate the opening.
It's already in the record books for stretching architectural boundaries and today it was given royal approval.
Brighton's i360 seafront attraction, described as a vertical pier in the sky, was officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh. And unlike the early days everything went without a hitch.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to architects David Marks and Julia Barfield.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will visit Poundbury in Dorset today. She will unveil a statue of the Queen Mother, who died in 2002 at the age of 101. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will join the royal party.
The Queen visited Kent this morning on a day which saw her reach another royal milestone. Sarah Saunders reports.
The Queen is visiting the Corps of Royal Engineers at Brompton Barracks. It is the first time she has visited Medway for 10 years.