Prince Charles has ordered his gardeners to remove orange azaleas from the grounds of Highgrove, his country estate in Gloucestershire. Now people are wondering if a touch of horticultural snobbery is at the root of it all.
Since the original item ‘Who Does Prince Harry Look Like? James Hewitt Myth Debunked’ appeared in TMR on August 24th 2011, it has rarely, if ever, been out of TMR’s top ten. I have noticed the readers’ comments with interest and, in some cases, with amazement!
We could all see that Kate Middleton looked lovely, coming down the aisle of Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011. Now we know that she smelled lovely too, and it wasn't just from the romantically chosen flowers in her bouquet.
More than just Prince William's Papa or Princess Di's ex, Charles is a power for good on the charitable scene. Never mind the soap opera part of his life, the Prince is actively engaged in vital social issues, and shedding light on looming ecological disasters.
The Prince's Trust was set up in 1976 by the Prince in response to social unrest and high levels of youth unemployment. Its famous business start-up programme provides disadvantaged young people with positive opportunities to keep their lives on track
Apart from gazing at marching bands, ‘killing things’ (as Diana used to say), and playing embarrassing games of charades, there’s nothing the Royal Family likes to do better than watch a hefty chap in a short skirt (and hopefully some underwear) toss a large wooden pole called a caber.
The suggestion that Harry was James Hewitt's son was the one thing that really angered the late princess. “It drove her wild with fury,” says TMR publisher and Diana's official biographer, Andrew Morton.
The son of the Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour could go to jail after an attack on a vehicle carrying Prince Charles and his wife Camilla - but not until after his exams.The son of iconic Pink Floyd guitarist David...
Prince Charles can stop complaining that no one takes him seriously. His recent keynote speech at the Washington, D.C. Future of Food conference brought rave reviews as it was broadcast live on the Web.
There may have been gold, diamonds, sapphires, and pearls dripping from the wedding-of-the-century featuring my favorite royal couple, Kate Middleton and Prince William...but the lining remains silver.
Going to a wedding can be a lot of fun. What's not to like? You get to wear your best stuff, sit through a ceremony, and then attend a well-thrown (if you're lucky) reception. And the best part of any...
As the world braces itself for royal wedding fever, what do we know about the musical tastes of Prince William and his soon to be wife Kate Middleton? William's mother Princess Diana was a massive pop music fan, naming Duran...