It was a day of celebration across the region, with scores of events - large and small - to celebrate the royal wedding.Read the full story ›
As Prince Harry and and Meghan Markle prepare to walk down the aisle in Windsor the Anglia region has been gripped by wedding fever too.Read the full story ›
Two nurses from Cambridge and Bedford have been invited to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday.
Lucy Andrews and Vicky Amiss-Smith will be donning their best frocks and heading to watch the ceremony in a special area of Windsor Castle.
They're part of an invited group of people who work for charities that are important to the royal couple.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer
Instead of asking guests to bring presents when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married at Windsor they've chosen seven charities for people to donate to.
One of those selected was the charity Scotty's Little Soldiers based in King's Lynn in Norfolk.
It was founded by war widow Nikki Scott after her husband and father to her two children, Corporal Lee Scott, was killed in Afghanistan in 2009.
Since then the charity's helped hundreds of families in similar circumstances.
- Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Chloe Keedy about one family who have been helped
Troops from Prince Harry's former base in Suffolk have been preparing for their role in the Royal Wedding this month.Read the full story ›
Troops from Prince Harry's former base at Wattisham in Suffolk are preparing for their role in his wedding to Meghan Markle.
Personnel from 3 Regiment Army Air Corps will be lining the streets around Windsor Castle to mark the link between their unit and Prince Harry.
He was based at Wattisham in 2012 before leaving to fly Apache helicopters in Afghanistan.
The royal couple have urged support for seven organisations campaigning on issues including the environment, HIV and homelessness.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry has been meeting what could be the next generation of engineers on a trip to Northamptonshire.
He's spent the day touring a college next to the Silverstone race track to mark the beginning of building work on a new project.
A new interactive exhibition called the Silverstone Heritage Experience aims to celebrate British motorsport history, and inspire more youngsters into the industry.
Prince Harry will be the Royal Patron of the experience, which hopes to attract half a million people to the area.
Having given it the green light, building work can now begin on the £20 million project.
The Queen has taken a tour of RAF Marham in Norfolk to see how it is preparing for the arrival of its new fighter jets.Read the full story ›
Pictures of King George VI at Sandringham as a young boy have been auctioned off. They were taken by Prince Albert's tutor in 1912.Read the full story ›