Prince William has returned to royal duties for the first time since his father King Charles revealed his cancer diagnosis and his wife was hospitalised.
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Prince William is set to resume official duties after his wife's surgery and the King's cancer diagnosis.
King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer, throwing a planned visit to Australia in doubt, as the nation sends its well wishes to the monarch and his family.
King Charles has been diagnosed with a form of cancer, Buckingham Palace has announced as reports say Prince Harry will visit his father in coming days.
King Charles has gone into hospital in London to have surgery on an enlarged prostate.
King Charles is recovering well after undergoing treatment on an enlarged prostate, royal sources have confirmed.
The Princess of Wales has gone under the knife for a planned abdominal surgery, while King Charles will also be in hospital for a prostate procedure.
Aussie expats living in Copenhagen have joined the flag-waving masses celebrating Denmark's royal succession and Australian-born Mary becoming Danish Queen.
Denmark's King Frederik X has ascended the throne and his Australian-born wife Mary has become queen after Queen Margrethe II signed an abdication declaration.
Australian-born Danish Queen Mary has begun her royal duties in her new role by attending a reception at Denmark's parliament.
Denmark's new King Frederik X and his wife Queen Mary have visited the Danish parliament on their first formal day on the job.
Crown Prince Frederik and his Australian-born wife Mary have arrived at the Danish parliament for their inauguration as King and Queen.
Denmark's royal family says Queen Margrethe II could serve the future king in an official capacity as his state representative after she abdicates.
The King has praised the "selfless army" of volunteers serving others, describing them as the "essential backbone of our society," in his Christmas address.
Queen Margrethe's surprise abdication will leave Denmark's throne to her eldest son Prince Frederick who is married to an Australian, Princess Mary.
A judge has ruled Prince Harry's libel case against a British newspaper over reports on his security arrangements must go to trial.
The 54th Parliament of New Zealand has opened, amid demonstrations from Maori both inside and outside the House.
An effigy of King Charles III is ready to circulate on Australian coins, starting with the $1 coin later this year.
King Charles has thanked the public for their love as marks the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's death and his accession to the throne.
The United Kingdom has marked the anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with tributes, church services and social media posts.
Former England goalkeeper Pauline Cope has branded Prince William's decision not to attend the Women's World Cup final in Australia "a shame".
US President Joe Biden has been welcomed with pomp and pageantry at Windsor Castle during a stopover in the UK en route to NATO.
The High Court will rule on Prince Harry's bid to rely on a "secret agreement" between Buckingham Palace and a tabloid publisher in his hacking lawsuit.
A former royal correspondent has rejected questions by a lawyer for Prince Harry that some of the information in her stories came from phone hacking.
Prince Harry has become the first senior royal to testify in court in more than a century as he began evidence in his case against Mirror Group Newspapers.
Prince Harry has faced a second day of grilling over his allegations "rock bottom" British tabloids had used unlawful means to target him since he was a child.
Prince Harry has rejected a suggestion that a lack of evidence meant his phone was not hacked by reporters for Mirror Group Newspapers.
Prince Harry will become the first UK royal to give evidence in court in more than 130 years when he takes to the witness box.
A representative for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan says the couple were involved in a "near catastrophic car chase" with paparazzi photographers.
The fallout over the cost of travel to the King's coronation for a delegation from PNG has prompted Foreign Minister Justin Tkatchenko to stand aside.
Buckingham Palace says King Charles was "deeply touched" by the public celebration of his coronation as street parties are held across the United Kingdom.