Prince Harry has shown off the results of his photography skills in a series of images he took on a charity trip to Lesotho last week.Read the full story ›
The white Cath Kidston tank top the toddler wore in his Christmas pictures has sold out along with his festive jumper.Read the full story ›
The release of intimate snaps of Prince George are the royal family's way of saying "thank you" to the press for respecting his parent's wish for privacy.
Royal commentator Robert Jobson said: "I think what's important about these photographs is that the royal family have released them in acknowledgement that the paparazzi have allowed Prince George to grow up without intrusion. And I think that's very much a thank you in a way."
ITV News Correspondent Harry Smith has this report:
Three official Christmas pictures of Prince George show the 16-month year old is growing into a bouncing toddler.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge has described the First World War Christmas Day Truce as a "message of hope and humanity" as a memorial was unveiled.Read the full story ›
A species of magic mushroom has been discovered growing in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge paid tribute to his former univeristy in New York, saying that, "St Andrew's blend of academic excellence, mixed with a liberal approach to critical thought and creative reasoning, is one that both our nations, on both sides of the Atlantic, credit with importance."
Prince William was giving a speech at a benefit for the Scottish university at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, which attended with the Duchess of Cambridge, the pair met while studying at St Andrew's.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have joined fellow alumni of St Andrew's University at an event in New York.
Prince William made a solo visit to the Empire State Building as part of his three-day New York trip.
Wearing only a suit, the cold did not appear to bother the Duke of Cambridge as he was shown the view.
As the royal couple arrived two days ago the top of the building was lit up in red, white and blue to signify the colours of the British flag.