The royal love story has been chronicled in speech bubbles and sketches.
The dress Kate Middleton wore in her official engagement photo with Prince William is now available to the public.
With 100 days to go before the royal wedding, 13 young women have decided to mark the occasion by dressing as Kate Middleton and gathering at the gates outside Buckingham Palace.
Equality is not normally something associated with the royal family but British MPs are doing their level best to change discriminatory succession laws.
Palace officials today revealed key details about the upcoming royal wedding, announcing that Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams will marry Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29.
Kate Middleton has made her first public appearance with Prince William since they announced their engagement last month.
In Britain's worst political violence in years, furious student protesters rained sticks and rocks on riot police, vandalised government buildings and attacked a car carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, after lawmakers approved a controversial hike in university tuition fees.
Pomp and circumstance - what "Britain does best" - will rule the day when Prince William and Kate Middleton get married April 29 at Westminster Abbey.
King Charles or King William? Royal wedding bells have reignited the debate over whether Prince Charles should step aside to let his more popular son William be king.
It would be "fantastic" if Prince William and Kate Middleton considered Queenstown as an option for their honeymoon after their wedding next year, the mayor and tourism chief say.
Prince William finally became engaged to longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton, giving her his late mother's sapphire and diamond engagement ring, as Britain looked forward to its biggest royal wedding since Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer almost 30 years ago.
In all the ways Prince William of Wales is so much like his mother, Princess Diana, there is one important difference between them: he's not getting married too young, in too much of a rush, without really knowing the person he's marrying.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has warned newspapers not to run unauthorized paparazzi photos of the royal family, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.