The Queen has led the royal family in paying tribute to the British Red Cross on the eve of its 150th anniversary, describing the charity’s work as “valued and greatly appreciated”.
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The Prince of Wales has learned a trick to prevent his glasses from steaming up while wearing a face mask during a visit to a fire station.
The Princess Royal has said the use of genetically modified crops has been an “enormous advantage” in specific environments, contrasting with her brother Prince Charles’ opposition to the practice.
The Prince of Wales paid tribute to RAF cadets who continued their training during the coronavirus pandemic as he attended a socially distanced graduation ceremony.
Well-known pubs across Aberdeen have reopened their doors today after more than three months.
The Queen considered the Prince of Wales as a future governor-general of Australia – but only once he was married, archive documents have suggested.
The Prince of Wales has made his first official visit to Wales since the lockdown to learn how the nation has been dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
The Prince of Wales met staff at a travel and holiday business in Wales during his first engagement in the country since the coronavirus lockdown.
The Prince of Wales has said he hopes to visit Greece again after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited an Asda distribution centre to thank staff who have worked throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prince of Wales and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer have paid tribute to the NHS ahead of a nationwide round of applause to mark its 72nd anniversary.
The Duchess of Cornwall will discuss life in lockdown, missing her grandchildren and how Charles is the fittest man she knows for his age in an upcoming radio interview.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to the “costly sacrifices” made by doctors, nurses and paramedics during the coronavirus outbreak as he marked the 72nd anniversary of the NHS.
The Prince of Wales has praised Tube workers for keeping London Underground running during the pandemic, telling them “I don’t know how you do it”.
The Prince of Wales has arrived at a Transport for London (TfL) training centre to thank London Underground staff for working during the coronavirus pandemic.
A mill which saw orders go through the roof as people turned to baking during lockdown has welcomed one of its clients – the Prince of Wales.
The Prince of Wales is visiting a farm park run by BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson to learn how the attraction has coped during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The royal family has adapted to an unprecedented change in royal duties during lockdown.
Staff preparing to open a major new cancer hospital were surprised with a message of appreciation from the Prince of Wales while taking a tea break.
The Prince of Wales is taking part in BBC Radio’s Rethink project looking at how the world could change after the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prince of Wales’s annual income from the Duchy of Cornwall has risen by nearly 3% to £22.2 million, but is expected to fall “by a significant amount” next year due to the coronavirus pandemic, accounts show.
A 90-year-old woman aiming to raise money for charity by climbing her staircase to the height of Suilven mountain has finished her challenge.
The Prince of Wales is to pay tribute to the strength of the human spirit seen during the coronavirus crisis as he calls for a renewed focus on practical action to deal with environmental issues around the world.
The Prince of Wales has spoken of the “debt of gratitude” the nation owes the Windrush generation as he heralded Britain’s diversity as its “greatest strength”.
The Prince of Wales said the work of the British Red Cross “is a shining example of compassion in action” as he thanked staff and volunteers for their efforts in supporting vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic.
French President Emmanuel Macron has been welcomed to the UK with a ceremony of pomp and pageantry as he marked the 80th anniversary of General Charles de Gaulle’s famous wartime broadcast.
The Prince of Wales has revealed he lost his sense of taste and smell when he caught coronavirus – which has yet to fully return – as he carried out his first royal engagement with the public since lockdown began.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have made an unannounced visit to a hospital to meet frontline NHS staff and key workers – their first royal engagement with the public since the coronavirus outbreak began.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will be the first members of the royal family to leave lockdown and attend a major event when they welcome French President Emmanuel Macron to the UK.
The Prince of Wales has praised teachers and schools for “going above and beyond for their pupils” in a video message in support of the profession.