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6 times Camilla, the Queen Consort sent subtle messages with her outfits

Camilla, the Queen Consort.Pool GettyCamilla, the Queen Consort, has been known to send subtle messages with her outfits and accessories.She wore shoes by French designer Chanel to greet French president Emmanuel Macron in 2020. → Read More

15 candid photos of King Charles III that show a different side of the monarch

Making balloon hats.Toby Melville - WPA Pool/Getty ImagesRoyal family members often pose for pictures, but some of their best photos are unplanned.Candid photos show King Charles III wearing balloon hats, drinking beer, and dodging bumblebees. → Read More

Adorable photos of King Charles that show he's just a regular grandpa

Prince Charles is a devoted grandfather.Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesKing Charles has five grandchildren and five step-grandchildren from Camilla's first marriage.Photos show him doting on his grandchildren as babies and collecting gifts for them. → Read More

7 LGBTQ+ celebrity couples who have gotten engaged this year

Jodi Balfour and Abbi Jacobson are engaged.Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty ImagesAbbi Jacobson and Jodi Balfour confirmed their engagement at the "A League of Their Own" premiere.Zeke Smith proposed to Nico Santos at the GLAAD Media Awards, where they'd met four years prior. → Read More

7 hidden details from the Oscars red carpet you may have missed

Jason Momoa at the 2022 Oscars.ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty ImagesAunjanue Ellis' dress honored her late mother with embroidery on the shoulder.Jason Momoa and Benedict Cumberbatch paid tribute to Ukraine with yellow and blue details. → Read More

How sunflowers became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance

Sunflowers were already Ukraine's national flower, but they've taken on a new, defiant meaning as the country continues to fight Russia's invasion. → Read More

7 women who have broken records, achieved firsts, and made history this year

Erin Jackson became the first Black woman to win a gold medal in speed skating at the Winter Olympics.AP Photo/Rick BowmerAs we approach March, which is Women's History Month, here are women who've made history in 2022."Pose" star Michaela Jae "Mj" Rodriguez became the first trans actor to win a Golden Globe. → Read More

20 photos that show how the White House and the royal family decorate for the holidays

Christmas trees at the White House (left) and Windsor Castle.ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images ; Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesThe White House in Washington, DC, and Windsor Castle in the UK are decked out for the holidays.The White House's decor theme "Gifts from the Heart" honors frontline workers and past presidents. → Read More

24 glittering photos of the White House all decked out for Christmas

The White House is decorated for the holiday season.Evan Vucci/APOn Monday, the White House unveiled its 2021 Christmas decorations, themed Gifts from the Heart.Christmas trees feature photos of past presidential families and letters to President Joe Biden. → Read More

18 hilarious winners of this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

In "I Guess Summer's Over" by John Speirs, this pigeon wasn't prepared for fall.John Speirs/Comedywildlifephoto.comThe annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards highlight hilarious photos of animals in the wild.The photos feature otters, bears, monkeys, eagles, and other wildlife in comical poses. → Read More

12 photos of royals having a blast at Disney parks

Princess Diana, Prince William, and Prince Harry at Walt Disney World in 1993.Stringer/ReutersDisney's magical rides, whimsical characters, and Mickey-shaped treats create memorable trips for royals and commoners alike. Princess Diana took Prince William and Prince Harry to Disneyland in 1993.Royals from Belgium, Morocco, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Japan have all visited Disney parks. → Read More

Take a look inside Althorp House, Princess Diana's childhood home and final resting place

Althorp House, Princess Diana's childhood home.David Levenson/Getty ImagesPrincess Diana grew up at Althorp House, an estate in Northamptonshire, England.The 100,000-square-foot home dates back to 1508 and features 31 bedrooms.Diana is buried at the estate, which opens to the public every summer. → Read More

All the world records that have been shattered at the Tokyo Olympics

On August 1, Rojas jumped 15.67 meters, breaking the record of 15.50 set by Inessa Kravets of Ukraine in 1995."I knew. I already knew. I knew from → Read More

These 6 sets of twins are competing together at the Tokyo Olympics

Twin Russian rhythmic gymnasts Arina (left) and Dina Averina.Natalia Fedosenko\TASS via Getty ImagesGreat Britain's Olympic delegation features three sets of twins.Twins Laura and Charlotte Tremble of France compete together in synchronized swimming.Dina and Arina Averina of Russia will both compete in rhythmic gymnastics. → Read More

6 celebrities who accidentally broke the rules of royal protocol

Commoners aren't supposed to touch royals unless royals initiate contact. Celebrities like Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Allison Janney, and Ed Sheeran have slipped → Read More

6 LGBTQ+ celebrities who got engaged or married this year

Former Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon and boyfriend Jussi-Pekka Kajaala got engaged in February.Ross Mathews announced his engagement to Dr. Wellington → Read More

A White House chef reveals the one tool everyone should have in their kitchen

Combat veteran and former Army chef Andre Rush worked as a White House chef under four presidents. He says every kitchen should have a muddler for fresh herbs → Read More

Here's why Coca-Cola bottles have yellow caps right now

On Passover, observant Jews refrain from eating leavened foods or foods with leavening ingredients. The yellow caps indicate that the soda is kosher, or fit, → Read More

Doug Emhoff's title 'Second Gentleman' has been added to the dictionary

Merriam-Webster added Doug Emhoff's title "Second Gentleman" to the dictionary."The term is not new, but it's finally common enough to have met our entry criteria," → Read More

15 pre-pandemic photos from a year ago that will make you cringe now

Old photos of crowded rooms just hit different these days.Al Seib/Los Angeles Times via Getty ImagesThe US' first case of COVID-19 was confirmed after a man in Snohomish County, Washington, sought out medical attention on January 19, 2020.Precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have become so ubiquitous that looking at photos from before the pandemic can feel weird.Just a year ago, people… → Read More