King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
Former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown’s new book, 'The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – the Truth and the Turmoil,' continues where Brown left off in her previous book, 'The Diana Chronicles,' just after the princess’ untimely death in a car crash in Paris.
No country can challenge Britain in arranging displays of pomp and circumstance when celebrating royal weddings, anniversaries, and funerals. The ceremonials staged following the death of Queen Elizabeth II have been spectacular. Her state funeral today will mark the end and culmination of 12 days of observances.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II, at such a great age, after such a long reign, was always going to call for a unique solemnity and grandeur. That much was expected. Less expected, perhaps, was how many would rise so magnificently to the occasion. There is the King, of course, who within hours of his mother’s
During the Queen’s funeral, the Archbishop of Canterbury reminded us that the royal family is a family like any other, plunged into mourning like we all are at various times. The difference, Justin Welby said, was that King and his relatives have had to grieve “in the brightest spotlight”. Seeing King Charles III and his family involved in
Germany’s budget crisis has given new momentum to reforming self-imposed borrowing limits even among the opposition conservatives, as hunger for sorely needed investment trumps an earlier political obsession with fiscal rectitude.
Some public health agencies took years to admit what had quickly become obvious: that the virus was airborne. Others suggested precautions, closing playgrounds and beaches, where any benefit would have been minimal
Zeng has spent much of his life in service to the Chinese state, designing monuments in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square and coal plants for the Ministry of Coal. He’s a member of Shenzhen’s state-sponsored artist’s association.