Most popular dog names 2023 revealed – did YOUR pooch make the list?

Most popular dog names 2023 revealed – did YOUR pooch make the list?

Charles, Barbie and Taylor were among the most popular dog names of 2023, according to a new report by dog-walking company Rover. Ken, Albus Dumblepaws, and Alan are also surging in popularity while Meghan and ‘H’ are both on their way out. Thanks to the searching success of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie ‘Dolly’ and  Sasha were … Read more

Kate Middleton ‘is trying to raise our future King so it shouldn’t be seen as not working hard’, Richard Eden tells PALACE CONFIDENTIAL – after she was called a ‘part-time royal’ by Omid Scobie and carried out just 128 engagements

Kate Middleton ‘is trying to raise our future King so it shouldn’t be seen as not working hard’, Richard Eden tells PALACE CONFIDENTIAL – after she was called a ‘part-time royal’ by Omid Scobie and carried out just 128 engagements

The Princess of Wales shouldn’t be seen as ‘not working hard’ because she is ‘trying to raise our future King’, the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden has told Palace Confidential. It comes after an analysis of public events and official meetings by the Sunday Telegraph showed Princess Anne, 73, was the hardest working member of the British Royal … Read more

Coverage of the King’s Coronation was the most-watched television of this year with nearly 12 million tuning in to watch the historic royal occasion

Coverage of the King’s Coronation was the most-watched television of this year with nearly 12 million tuning in to watch the historic royal occasion

The nearly three-hour programme beat a host of other hit shows over the year In second place this year was the Eurovision Song Contest final in Liverpool  By Paul Revoir Media Editor Published: 00:05 GMT, 16 December 2023 | Updated: 00:10 GMT, 16 December 2023 The coverage of the King’s Coronation on BBC1 has topped … Read more

‘You knew that was coming!’: Hilarious moment King Charles comes to the rescue when Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby forgets his lines in Coronation rehearsal

‘You knew that was coming!’: Hilarious moment King Charles comes to the rescue when Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby forgets his lines in Coronation rehearsal

Practicing for what would be the biggest moment in his time as a member of the clergy, Justin Welby can be forgiven for a case of nerves. And new footage of rehearsals for King Charles III‘s coronation, released by the BBC ahead of being broadcast in full on Boxing Day, reveals that not even the Archbishop … Read more

Landmark royal documentary narrated by Helena Bonham Carter takes behind the scenes look at King Charles’s first year as monarch… including the moment before his Coronation when he donned his ermine gown and joked ‘I can fly!’

Landmark royal documentary narrated by Helena Bonham Carter takes behind the scenes look at King Charles’s first year as monarch… including the moment before his Coronation when he donned his ermine gown and joked ‘I can fly!’

It is a moment of wide-eyed, almost childish excitement amid the making of history. King Charles, moments before leaving Buckingham Palace for his Coronation in May, flaps his velvet and ermine Robe of State and laughs: ‘I can fly!’ The candid moment is captured in a landmark new 90-minute documentary, narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, … Read more

Charles and Camilla ‘to visit Canada next May’ – but insiders fear they may be met with anti-monarchy protests

Charles and Camilla ‘to visit Canada next May’ – but insiders fear they may be met with anti-monarchy protests

By Jessica Taylor For Mailonline Published: 21:49 GMT, 12 December 2023 | Updated: 21:49 GMT, 12 December 2023 The King and Queen are set to make their first official visit to Canada since the Coronation next year, according to reports – but steps are already being made to shield them from protestors.  Charles, 74, and … Read more

A surge in fake AI-generated photos is eroding public trust in information online, charity warns

A surge in fake AI-generated photos is eroding public trust in information online, charity warns

Almost anyone can create realistic looking photos using AI image generators  Full Fact report warned there was a ‘serious risk that public trust in information’ By Jim Norton Technology Editor Published: 00:56 GMT, 13 December 2023 | Updated: 01:49 GMT, 13 December 2023 A rise in fake news photos generated by AI is eroding public … Read more

‘My goodness, he’s so tall!’ Royal gush over Prince George in new family Christmas photo – and point out how much he looks like his father

‘My goodness, he’s so tall!’ Royal gush over Prince George in new family Christmas photo – and point out how much he looks like his father

Eagle-eyed royal fans have commented on how tall Prince George is – taking after the famous stature of his father and grandmother. The future king, 10, joined his sister Charlotte, eight, and brother Louis, five, at his mother Kate‘S Together at Christmas carol concert on Friday evening at Westminster Abbey. Fans noticed how the young heir … Read more

Kate’s Christmas high fives! Princess of Wales steals the show with children who have gone ‘above and beyond for charity’ – including mountain-climbing six-year-old who raised £40,000 and Scouts – at the Royals Westminster Abbey carol concert

Kate’s Christmas high fives! Princess of Wales steals the show with children who have gone ‘above and beyond for charity’ – including mountain-climbing six-year-old who raised £40,000 and Scouts – at the Royals Westminster Abbey carol concert

The Princess of Wales stole the show as she led the royal family at her annual Christmas carol service last night and high-fived and spoke with children who have gone ‘above and beyond’ for charity. Kate crouched down to chat to seven-year-old Oscar Burrow, from Lancaster, who raised more than £40,000 for Derian House Children’s Hospice … Read more

LUCY FRAZER: Why I’ve capped the TV licence fee rise… There is no legitimate case for increasing it in the current climate

LUCY FRAZER: Why I’ve capped the TV licence fee rise… There is no legitimate case for increasing it in the current climate

By Lucy Frazer Culture Secretary Published: 22:39 GMT, 7 December 2023 | Updated: 23:11 GMT, 7 December 2023 The past few years have been tough. The unprecedented horror and disruption of the Covid pandemic and the war in Ukraine have meant households have been buffeted by harsh economic headwinds caused by steep inflation and global … Read more