A list of official presents from 2016 revealed that The Prince of Wales was given a model of Mother Teresa and DVD while on foreign tours.Read the full story ›
The celebrated photographer died peacefully at his home, a family spokesman has said.Read the full story ›
Lord Snowdon, who organised the investiture of his nephew as Prince of Wales, has died aged 86Read the full story ›
Welsh opera star Bryn Terfel admitted he was "speechless" when he discovered he had been made a knight for his services to music.Read the full story ›
The Queen will praise the achievements of those who inspire others - from sporting stars to "unsung heroes" like volunteers and carers.Read the full story ›
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge will become the new patron of the Welsh Rugby Union.
The WRU thanks Her Majesty The Queen for her long-standing support of Welsh rugby.
The Duke became Vice Royal Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union in February 2007 and later became Vice Patron.
We thank Her Majesty The Queen for her support of the Welsh Rugby Union over the years.
We are delighted that The Duke of Cambridge will take over from his grandmother as Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union.
Since becoming Vice Patron in 2007, His Royal Highness has been a great ambassador, not only for the Welsh Rugby Union, but for young people and for sport generally.
He makes a great difference to everyone he meets on his regular visits to Wales and to Principality Stadium, interacting with all kinds of individuals and groups including players past and present, volunteers, apprentices, veterans and staff.
Read more here Queen steps down as patron of the Welsh Rugby Union
The Inuits were visiting Wales from Canada to learn about how we promote the Welsh language.Read the full story ›
Prince Charles came to South Wales today for a Christmas visit. The first stop on his tour was a comprehensive school in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Carwyn Jones was "received in Audience" by the Queen today. The initial handshake was photographed but their conversation remains private.Read the full story ›
Prince Charles has wished the Welsh football team "huge good luck" ahead of their Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal tomorrow night.
While on a tour of Gwynedd in the north-west of the country, The Prince of Wales said: "I'm sure they've got a very good chance of beating Portugal. Everybody will be keeping their fingers crossed."