Ireland, we <3 ya.
Ireland, we <3 ya.
Written by Peter Morgan and following the life of Queen Elizabeth II, this will be the first original Netflix series made in the UK.
Pop royalty and true royalty shaking hands? It’s almost too good to be true.
A message to the colonies from your new global overlord.
These young Royals are ballin’ out of control…
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her last pregnant public appearance on Friday at Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday celebration.
Imagine being trapped underground with Paul Wesley. Train traffic doesn’t seem so bad after all.
A weekend report on the U.K.’s Daily Mail Online asserted “the Queen [would] back an historic pledge to promote gay rights” when signing the new commonwealth charter. Monday’s announcement was brief — and contained no mention of LGBT rights.
It’s a cruel, cruel world. Queen Elizabeth II has lost one of her three beloved corgis.
Are the Olympics the best or are they the best? (Answer: the best!)
She wore a muted dress to the Jubilee festivities today, following criticism of the bright red dress she wore for the Jubilee boat appearance over the weekend. Is she trying to be more demure?
She’s like Betty White, only British. As Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, let us remember her the way the Internet intended. With funny captions.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, Pantone and ad agency Leo Burnett have created a color guide book of her famously monochromatic outfits. Each swatch comes with a Pantone reference, and the date the shade appeared on the queen. In other words, this is the best non-flip book flip book ever.
Celebrations of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee are about to begin! In honor of QE2, enjoy this look at the colorful spectrum of her monochromatic outfits.
Including decorations, dress code, food and drink — and Jubilee Bingo! Now put on your fake tiara and get to it.
You don’t get to your Diamond Jubilee without accruing some impressive stats. Here’s a fact for each year Elizabeth has graced this Earth.
In honor of the upcoming Queen’s Jubilee, the famous London department store Harrod’s asked top fashion labels to envision an updated version of the Queen’s royal crown. Here’s what they came up with.