Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate encouraged people to take care of their mental health during the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking via a video William said the tips and advice offered by the Public Health England's Every Mind Matters programme were helpful to those experiencing "strange feelings and difficult circumstances" while in lockdown. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also spoke about the difficulties National Health Service workers face on the frontline and commended them in tackling the spread of coronavirus.
The Duke of Sussex's frustration with being a royal goes way back.
The Duke of Sussex has given his backing to a £47 million landmine-clearing initiative to help rid Angola of the deadly military munitions. It is a cause championed by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales when she visited Angola and walked through the minefields in 1997.
The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is celebrating her birthday today. The confident toddler loves waving at the crowds.
On a two day trip to New Zealand, Prince William visited the two mosques where a gunman killed 50 people in March. The Duke of Cambridge spoke to about 100 people, including survivors of the shootings.
People around the world are aware of the British royal family, but some are a little more enthusiastic than others. From mugs, to dolls, to fridge magnets and all are currently excitedly awaiting the arrival of Harry and Meghan’s baby.
The Queen and her family have marked Commonwealth Day with a special service at Westminster Abbey. Representatives joined them from the fifty-three other member countries for the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth's inception.
Prince Harry spent Valentine's Day visiting British troops in the Arctic Circle. On his visit he crawled inside an igloo decorated with candles and a picture from his wedding day, as well as cutting a helicopter cake with a sword. The Duke of Sussex was in Norway to observe an annual multinational exercise where personnel train to operate in extreme weather conditions.