Is it a bird? A bow? A pretzel? The hat worn by Britain's Princess Beatrice to last month's royal wedding created a stir, spawning numerous blog posts and even a Facebook page with more than 140,000 fans.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew have met to discuss concerns that more revelations could surface about the prince's friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, a U.S. financier who was sentenced to 18 months in prison in 2008 for soliciting a minor for prostitution, according to a royal source who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Britain's Prince Andrew is in the news once again over his friendship with a controversial businessman. But while his ambassadorial skills as an official trade envoy are being questioned, how do other senior royals stack-up as ambassadors?
For every wedding that's planned there's a snubbed relative. But none quite so publicly or brutally as Sarah Ferguson. In fact, not since the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots, has the British royal family shown such callousness towards a former member.
Among the thousands of diplomatic documents obtained by WikiLeaks, there is talk of Iranian missiles, German politicians and a myriad of other issues, including one cable about a British prince -- and his views on geography teachers, the French, journalists and Russian influence in central Asia.
London police on Saturday arrested a man on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud bookmakers after a British tabloid published an expose on an alleged match-fixing scam involving the Pakistani cricket team.
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, appeared at a book convention in New York City on Wednesday, undeterred by a scandal that she allegedly offered to sell access to her former husband, Britain's Prince Andrew.
A British tabloid posted a video on its website Sunday that appears to show Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, accepting money from an undercover reporter in exchange for access to her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, a U.K. trade envoy.
Britain's Prince Andrew on Wednesday defended comments he made suggesting the United States might have been better off had its leaders learned from the British experience with colonialism before invading Iraq.