King Charles has been criticised for backing homeopathic ‘quackery’. But which other British royals swear by the controversial treatments?

King Charles has been criticised for backing homeopathic ‘quackery’. But which other British royals swear by the controversial treatments?

King Charles has often been lampooned for his interest in homeopathic medicine. And there was fresh criticism recently when it was reported that a 71-year-old part-time GP from Devon has been appointed as head of royal medical household. Dr Michael Dixon, OBE, has been asked by the King to manage the team serving members of … Read more

Harry and Meghan’s royal website is STILL online despite promises not to use ‘Sussex Royal’ after Megxit – including a page titled ‘Serving the Monarchy’ which hasn’t been updated since the Queen died

Harry and Meghan’s royal website is STILL online despite promises not to use ‘Sussex Royal’ after Megxit – including a page titled ‘Serving the Monarchy’ which hasn’t been updated since the Queen died

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s ‘Sussex Royal’ website has still not been deleted despite a promise not to use the self-anointed label in 2020 – and it has not been updated to mark the Queen’s death, MailOnline can reveal. The Sussexes agreed not to use the ‘Sussex Royal’ title ‘in any territory’ following spring 2020 after they stepped down … 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

My year with the King: Robert Hardman spent a year shadowing His Majesty for a new BBC documentary. He reveals what made Charles pretend he could fly, who fluffed their lines at the Abbey – and how the King rewrote the rulebook for coronations

My year with the King: Robert Hardman spent a year shadowing His Majesty for a new BBC documentary. He reveals what made Charles pretend he could fly, who fluffed their lines at the Abbey – and how the King rewrote the rulebook for coronations

Charles III is working his way through another red box. This is the daily bundle of state papers, correspondence and documents in need of approval, all delivered in a scarlet briefcase.  This may be the holidays (it is actually a weekend when we drop in on him at Balmoral), but we are told that the … Read more

King Charles’ Anderson and Sheppard tweed coat, bought 35 years ago, is still going strong in Monarch’s winter wardrobe – and would cost nearly £7,000 if he wanted to replace it

King Charles’ Anderson and Sheppard tweed coat, bought 35 years ago, is still going strong in Monarch’s winter wardrobe – and would cost nearly £7,000 if he wanted to replace it

When it comes to his outerwear attire, King Charles has long channelled two of the titles he has earned during almost 60 years of public service: best-dressed man and climate campaigner.  While the King, who topped men’s magazine Esquire’s best-dressed list in 2009 –  beating the likes of Roger Federer and Barack Obama  to the number … 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

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

Kallangur murder: Siva Auvae had asked for help before she was killed by partner Anaru Ormond

Kallangur murder: Siva Auvae had asked for help before she was killed by partner Anaru Ormond

A mother-of-four who was stabbed to death by her partner had reached out to his family for help in the days before – as his eerie final texts to his sister are revealed. Anaru Ormond, 32, repeatedly stabbed his long-time girlfriend Siva Auvae, 31, inside their home in Kallangur, north of Brisbane, at 7pm on … Read more

When Diana put her foot down (or tried to). She was NOT going to continue living at Highgrove House, which Charles had chosen with the help of… Camilla!

When Diana put her foot down (or tried to). She was NOT going to continue living at Highgrove House, which Charles had chosen with the help of… Camilla!

It could all have been so different. Well, maybe! Just a few months into her marriage to Charles, Princess Diana put her foot down. She was NOT going to continue living at Highgrove House – she wanted their family home to be a place the couple had chosen together. And definitely NOT in Royal Gloucestershire. … Read more