While Harry and William seem OK with the occasional selfie or photobomb, their grandmother is apparently less enamoured with mobile phones.
In a rare interview, the Duke of York has spoken about his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, his family and being shot at during the Falklands War.
The pressures of power drove King Richard III to drink, according to new evidence uncovered in a documentary about the medieval monarch.
The Duchess of Cambridge "wears too much eyeliner", according to former Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh.
The reality TV star said she would love to give Kate a makeover and said her re-styling would look "less middle-aged".
"As a trained make-up artist and a fashion designer I would love to give the Duchess of Cambridge a makeover. I think Kate wears too much eyeliner," Mackintosh told the Mail on Sunday's You magazine.
"She would look great if she toned down the eyes, wore some bright lipstick and mixed up her hairstyle - a scraped-back high pony would look fantastic."
Mackintosh, who is launching a clothing line and is married to musician Professor Green, also believes should the royal could look "sexier" in different clothes.
"She'd look great in one of my little wrap dresses as she has such a gorgeous body and I think it would look fun - less middle-aged - and a bit sexier without being too revealing," said Mackintosh.
Four Metropolitan Police officers from the Royalty Protection unit are being investigated over an allegation of weapons property being mishandled.
The Met said in a statement: "Four officers, three sergeants and one PC, are the subject of the Directorate of Professional Standards investigations."
They added: "Officers from the Directorate or Professional Standards are investigating an allegation of mishandling of property from the weapons disposal bin by SO14 officers."
SO14 is the branch of the Met responsible for safeguarding members of the royal family and their residences including Buckingham Palace.
The bin in relation to this investigation was reportedly located at Buckingham Palace, although a Met spokesman said he could not confirm this.
None of the officers being investigated was arrested or suspended, a Met spokesman said.
The Duke of Cambridge will become a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance, it was announced today.
An aviation consultant for the East Anglia Air Ambulance has said that Prince William will fly a helicopter air ambulance to respond to car crashes and heart attack victims.
– Aviation consultant Joey Hermer
His job will be to react to 999 calls as required by the ambulance control. To react to things such as road traffic collisions, cardiac arrests - anything where there is an emergency medical situation where using the helicopter will be in the best interests of the patient.
The chief executive of East Anglia Air Ambulance has said that the Duke of Cambridge brings a wealth of experience to his new role as a helicopter pilot with the organisation.
– Chief executive of East Anglia Air Ambulance Patrick Peal
First of all his professional skills as an extremely good pilot. He has very good track record in the air-sea rescue service and of course he will bring a lot more awareness of the work of our ambulance charities both here and across the UK.