A kilted Prince of Wales received a guard of honour as he visited a Scout hut in north-east Scotland.
The Prince of Wales will meet Scout leaders and tour a museum during a visit to Aberdeenshire.
The Queen will address the Scottish Parliament as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
An Orkney man who bombarded an Episcopalian priest with homophobic hate mail avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have arrived in St Kitts and Nevis on the latest leg of their Caribbean tour. The royal visitors were welcomed by an honour guard, before greeting crowds in the capital Basseterre.
The Duchess of Cambridge had a “moving” meeting with young people as she viewed photographs showing the living conditions of London’s most disadvantaged children.
The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge met a robot and admired London rooftop views as they teamed up for their first joint engagement outside palace walls.
The Prince of Wales has said he has faith the friendship between Ireland and the UK will endure for generations as he vowed to visit all 32 counties on the island.
The Duchess of Sussex voiced concerns about American food production practices during celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the Investiture of the Prince of Wales.
A self-proclaimed monk from Orkney sent hate mail to a priest who urged people to pray for Prince George to be gay.
An iconic red telephone box with Royal connections has turned up in Royal Deeside.
The mourning outfit worn by Queen Victoria after her grandson died with Russian flu, “changing the course of history”, will be displayed for the first time.
Theresa May has made a trip to the north-east to meet with the Queen and attend a church service.
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Ross-shire could be about to become just a little bit more royal.
A hotly anticipated royal restaurant will open its doors this week as part of an action plan to get a flood-hit village back on its feet.
The Queen paid a visit to a rural Aberdeenshire church yesterday morning as she marked her return to her Deeside home for the summer.
A charity that employs scores of disabled, blind and visually impaired people was given the royal seal of approval yesterday.
A statue and painting of the Black Isle piper who dedicated nearly 40 years to Queen Victoria will feature on the Antiques Roadshow this autumn.
The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child.