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The British tabloids are in a dither about the publication of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge by non-British news media. Pot, meet kettle. Kettle, meet pot. Read more»

British royal succession laws will allow daughters of any future monarch — most pressingly, Prince William and Kate Middleton — to have equal rights to the throne as sons, under changes approved by Commonwealth leaders. Read more»

Queen Elizabeth II has invited Prince William and his new bride, Kate Middleton, to vacation at the royal estate of Balmoral, Scotland.

The Queen has reportedly asked Prince William and his new bride to spend time at royal family HQ — Balmoral Castle in Scotland — this summer so that Her Majesty can "get to know" the new crown princess. Read more»

Prince William and his new bride, Kate, meet with the Obamas on Tuesday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge—better known as Prince William and the former Kate Middleton—welcomed President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama to London on Tuesday in their first royal duty as a married couple. (with videos) Read more»

Prince William takes the controls of a Sea King helicopter on April 14 in Holyhead, Wales. The search and rescue co-pilot—and newlywed—aided in two rescues just days after his nuptials.

Newly-wed prince aided in saving 70-year-old man after he had a heart attack while walking and later helped rescue four hikers in Wales. Read more»

Prince William and Kate Middleton will marry at Westminster Abbey.

The media might have gotten carried away with royal wedding news. The royal reporting awards honor the madness of the race for ratings and readers. Read more»

London's Regent Street is festooned with flags a week before the royal wedding.

The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is what royal matchmakers had in mind when they introduced Charles to Diana. Read more»

While long-time EU states struggle economically, tensions could flare with newer members. Read more»

On a wooden bench in Queen's Park, an aptly-named corner of northwest London, 8-year-old Eva is patiently listening to her mother explain the concept of a royal wedding. "Who's Prince William?" she asks shyly, before adding: "Who's Kate Middleton?" Read more»