There once was a royal named Will. Whose grandma was over the hill. They made him an Earl And he got his girl. Of his nuptials we've all had our fill.
Keep a change of clothes easily accessible in your sled. If you fall in the drink, you'll need to get naked and change fast before hypothermia sets in. This is not a time when you want to wonder where you have placed that replacement top!
There's less than a month left till the April 29th wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, but if you haven't received your royal invitatio...
Here are some things I've been checking off on my "To Do" list for April: Get a flight to London in time for the royal wedding. Check! Find a fabulous hotel in the heart of all the action. Check! Buy a chic hat (or two) for all the festivities. Double Check!
Nobody for so long has so much pervaded and colored and upended the media and politics of Britain as Rupert Murdoch.
Sentebale, an organization that supports children in Lesotho, was founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso in 2006. The princes directed attention towards the problem by playing in the inaugural Sentebale Polo Cup.
Lucky and I dropped by the New York League of Humane Voters City Council event and listened to politicians jockeying for top-dog positions.
We got our hands on the Royal's very own personal diary, which foreshadows much of the Prince's offensive behavior. The entries below from January 2005 bring us into the mind of a Nazi-uniform-sporting Prince.
If this movie's the original release, I can't wait for the sequel. It'll be slow in coming, because Harry's getting the freckles lynched off his face for some things he filmed himself saying.
In this time of struggle for many LGBT Americans, I can't help wondering why those who are passionate about some civil rights aren't interested in all civil rights.
In the big picture of things, Prince Harry's comments are not the biggest deal. But when you add the Nazi outfit incident you get the sense he is in danger of becoming the Ann Coulter of princes.
British bookmakers are now taking money only on details surrounding the wedding date of Prince William -- which many think will be in 2009.
Prince Harry looks like he tried his best to fit in, act mild and unimportant, and do his job. That's more than the Romneys can say.
Calling the inquiry "totally hypothetical," Mrs. Clinton said, "this paper-or-plastic business is one of those 'gotcha' questions that I'm not going to get into."
Dear Prince Harry, I know it's shocking; after three years of goingoutiveness, you've been dumped. Now I may not be a prince of anything except a c...