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Zara Phillips , granddaughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth and an Olympic medalist in dressage, plans to continue riding while she is pregnant, a spokesman says. An aide said Phillips, as of now, plans to compete in the Festival of British Eventing,
Another royal baby on the way Royal Baby, Zara Phillips, blue blood William's cousin-german, Pregnant With 1st kid, Queen Elizabeth II's eldest grandchild, eventing champion Zara Tindall, and her football player husband
All is good for Kate Middleton and Prince William their relationship is strong and their first child's due date is rapidly approaching. But before all of the sunshine and rainbows, Kate and William's relationship was hanging by a thread before
Breaking Britain's time-honoured convention of informing a monarch of any royal birth with an official notice, Prince William will himself call his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II when his baby is born. "The duke intends to tell the Queen himself," a
Britain's royal baby will spend a childhood mostly surrounded by the stiff grandeur of the palace, but the home of ordinary grandparents, the Middletons, could offer a touch of normality. Proud parents of Prince William's wife Catherine, Michael and
Who is the only British monarch who was a twin?: Henry V in 1386 James II of Scotland in 1430 William IV in 1765 Victoria in 1819 (iStock) 2. Who popularized anesthesia for labour pains by using chloroform during the births of two of her children?
BY SILVER COMILA Duchess of Cambridge, Britain, Kate Middleton, is expected to give birth for their future heir of the Royal British throne in the same hospital where the late Princess Diana gave birth to Princes Harry and William.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II can expect a sweet 5% raise next year, thanks in large part to record profits from real estate. The Crown Estate, a public body that manages property for the monarch, posted a record profit of 252.6 million British pounds
The 2013 Royal Ascot kicked off this week, and famous royals like Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie have been rockin' their fancy toppers as part of the long-standing tradition. Royals are joined by plenty of
The Globe and Mail Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 19 2013, 9:53 PM EDT Diana, Princess of Wales, holds Prince William as Prince Charles looks on after William was baptized at Buckingham Palace in August, 1982. Richard III (born 1452) History remembers