McMaster says Russian army in Ukraine is facing a "moral collapse"
Retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, former national security adviser in the Trump White House and a CBS News contributor, said on "Face the Nation" that the Ukrainians had a "tremendous victory" after retaking the strategic city of Lyman.news.yahoo.com
Palace reveals ledger stone at queen's final resting place
Buckingham Palace released a photo Saturday giving the first public glimpse of the new ledger stone installed at the final resting place of Queen Elizabeth II. The image shows the hand-carved Belgian black marble slab with brass letter inlays set into the floor of King George VI Memorial Chapel, St. George’s Chapel, at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. Surrounded by floral wreaths and bouquets, it is inscribed with her name and the years of her birth and death, alongside those of her father, George VI; her mother, Elizabeth; and her husband, Philip, who died last year.news.yahoo.com
Queen Elizabeth II's funeral is her 'final act as head of state': What to expect from the 'formal ceremony'
Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral will happen Monday, Sept. 19 at Westminster Abbey in London. Fox News Digital spoke to royal experts about what to expect from the "formal ceremony."foxnews.com
I was there when Charles returned to Buckingham Palace a king. Despite his past royal scandals, his reign is off to a shockingly good start.
Charles waited 70 years to become king. Those years saw his divorce from Princess Diana and a rumored rift with Prince Harry decimate his popularity.news.yahoo.com
Crowds gather in London to see queen's coffin procession
Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin is set to leave Buckingham Palace for the last time as it is taken, amid somber pageantry, on a horse-drawn gun carriage past crowds of mourners to the Houses of Parliament, where the late monarch will lie in state for four dayswashingtonpost.com
Double rainbow appears over Buckingham Palace just before death of Queen Elizabeth II is announced
As crowds gathered in rain-swept London, England, Thursday on the news that Queen Elizabeth II was gravely ill, the clouds suddenly parted revealing a double rainbow above Buckingham Palace.news.yahoo.com
Queen tells kids studying space of meeting Soviet cosmonaut
(Buckingham Palace via AP)LONDON – There’s no place like home. Queen Elizabeth II reminded a group of schoolchildren studying space exploration about the importance of returning to Earth as she reminisced in a video call about the first man to make the trip — Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The monarch, who invited Gargarin to Buckingham Palace shortly after his historic flight in 1961, was asked what the pioneering spaceman was like, according to details of the call released by the palace Friday. Scientists from the London Science Museum briefed her on NASA’s Mars Perseverance mission and discussed the discovery of fragments from a meteorite earlier this week in England. The group gave the queen a set of Mars Perseverance rover face masks, which were sent from NASA headquarters to Windsor Castle.
Prince William defends UK monarchy against racism accusation
Britain's Prince William, with Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits School21, a school in east London, Thursday March 11, 2021. Prince William has defended Britains monarchy against accusations of bigotry made by his brother, Prince Harry, and his sister-in-law, Meghan, insisting the family is not racist. While members of the royal family often ignore such queries, William used the opportunity to address the explosive allegations that have rocked the monarchy. “We’re very much not a racist family,” William, 38, said as his wife, Kate, walked by his side. Britain is a constitutional monarchy, and the royal family is legally barred from trying to influence public policy.
Royal family says Harry, Meghan racism charges 'concerning'
(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)LONDON – Buckingham Palace said Tuesday that allegations of racism made earlier this week by Prince Harry and Meghan were “concerning" and would be addressed privately by the royal family. The comments, made in a statement issued on behalf Queen Elizabeth II, are the first from the palace since the two-hour television interview with Meghan and Harry rocked the royal family. “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan," the palace said. She also said Harry told her there were “concerns and conversations” about how dark Archie's skin would be. The royal family has tried to address that head on, although the rest of the discussion is likely to take place in private, Whitelock said.