The Duke of Cambridge has paid a heartfelt tribute to his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh, describing him as an “extraordinary man and part of an extraordinary generation”.
The Queen will need the support of friends and family as she faces the “absolutely enormous” challenge of losing a lifelong partner, an older people’s charity has said.
Leaders from the four corners of the UK will pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh on Monday as the royal family mourns the loss of “the grandfather of the nation”.
The Queen has described the death of her husband the Duke of Edinburgh as “having left a huge void in her life”.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been remembered in prayers across the nation as members of the royal family joined a church congregation to mourn their loss.
The Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen’s marriage was so strong because they were “so deeply rooted in Jesus Christ”, Dr John Sentamu has said.
The Duke of Edinburgh was the person to whom the Queen could “unburden herself”, Sir John Major has said.
The Duke of Edinburgh travelled to Ireland in 2011 “on a mission to heal history”, former president Mary McAleese has said.
The UK is in a period of national mourning following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen faces a future without her life-long companion the Duke of Edinburgh – but will remain committed to her role as head of state, a royal expert has said.
A loving tribute the Queen made to her “strength and stay” more than two decades ago has been highlighted on the royal family’s official twitter account.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s children have paid tribute to him as the rock in the Queen and their family’s lives.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s public image portrayed by certain parts of the media was “always an unfair depiction”, his youngest son the Earl of Wessex has said.
The Duke of Edinburgh – quizzical, witty and controversial – was the Queen’s greatest source of support, her confidant and the man she relied on above all others for all of 73 years.
The Queen would not have been able to achieve everything she has without the Duke of Edinburgh at her side throughout the decades, a royal commentator has said.
The royal family will pull together to support the Queen in her time of need as they did at the Diamond Jubilee, a historian has predicted.
Here is the full statement released by Buckingham Palace following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh:
High public demand for tickets to picnic on Buckingham Palace’s lawns and explore its garden has forced the Royal Collection Trust (RCT) to temporarily stop taking new bookings.
Last week, when I went skite at the news of JL’s closure, my quine rightly declared: “It’s people like you who’ve caused this. Before Covid, when were you last in the shop?”
The Queen has personally thanked community stalwarts for their work to “enrich the life” of their neighbours in a letter honouring Maundy money recipients.
The Queen has quipped with an airman about whether Typhoon jets have been “sent to chase the Russians” as she marked the centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
The Queen is marking the centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) during an open-air service honouring the Commonwealth country’s airmen and women.
The Queen had a telephone audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury in which he wished her a happy Easter.
Official chinaware with a pink rose design inspired by those at Windsor Castle has gone on sale to celebrate the Queen’s forthcoming birthday.
The Duke of Cambridge felt like his brother had “blindsided” the Queen and behaved in an “insulting and disrespectful way,” following the surprise launch of the SussexRoyal website last year, according to a senior royal source.
Buckingham Palace is to consider appointing a diversity chief as “more needs to be done” to address the issue, a royal source has said.
The Queen has praised the “wonderful work” of volunteers who stepped forward during the pandemic, telling them they have been a “great, great help over this difficult year”.
The Queen’s official birthday celebration known as Trooping the Colour has been cancelled for a second year running.
The Queen has conveyed her “deepest sympathy” to the people of Tanzania following the recent death of the country’s president, John Magufuli.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has flown the Royal Standard from city's Town House this week to remind residents of the "good things" which come from being part of the Commonwealth.