The marriage of Charles and Camilla has always been shrouded in controversy, but is the British public finally showing acceptance of - and even affection for - the woman who seems increasingly likely to become its next Queen?
Charles and Diana married in 1981 and yet within a decade the marriage had turned into a pile of ashes and as their union disintegrated the mask began to slip. Weighed down by years in a loveless marriage they could barely bring themselves to be in each other's company.
This is the story of the d...
It has been said that no two sisters were ever less alike. One reserved and proper. The other lively and controversial. One the anchor of a commonwealth of nations. The other searching for purpose in life. Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret are among the most photographed women in history. ...
The image of the British Royal family is most popularly encapsulated around the world in the powerful images of Royal weddings now punctuated on a continuous basis by gossip and scandal. Just how much of what we hear is true and how difficult is it to live under the constant scrutiny of the press?
An exclusive and original talkshow from True Royalty
What happens when a Royal marriage ends up on the rocks?
From Princess Margaret's press worthy escapades to the havoc that was wreaked upon the crown by the divorce of Charles and Diana.
Lively debate with those in the know.
Celebrating what would have been Princess Margaret's 90th birthday, The Royal Beat has been granted unprecedented access to Kensington Palace to explore the lives of the many Royal Women who lived in this extraordinary home.
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 60s and 70s
Political and social upheaval throughout the 60's and 70's was to change the role of the Windsors' relationship to the Commonwealth as former colonies moved to independence following often turbulent times.
Inevitably there was a distinct change and a new World Order, bringing with it diminished...
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 80s and 90s
With increasing media attention and the emergence of the paparazzi, a new generation of Royals came to the forefront of popular culture; most notably in personified by Charles and Diana.
As the Commonwealth diminished the Royal family faced more personal breakdowns and tragedies.
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 40s and 50s
The early Royal Tours capture the celebration and optimism of a post WW2 world but there is tragedy in store as the young Princess Elizabeth hears the news of her father's death whilst in Kenya celebrating her marriage.
For the next 20 years the Royal Family was to be confronted by the changing f...