William and Kate welcome their new son, King Harald in hospital, Queen Margrethe’s tomb revealed, Sweden’s longest-reigning monarch on the Royal Palace’s roof, and new research on Windsor Castle’s origins.

Introducing HRH Prince Louis of Cambridge

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third baby was born on 23 April 2018 (St George’s Day) at 11.01 am in the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital.

The proud parents introduce their new son to the world after he first met his older siblings, George and Charlotte.

The first photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Louis. Photo: Twitter/KensingtonRoyal

Kensington Palace has announced that Prince William will be Prince Harry’s Best Man at the royal wedding in May.

Source: Facebook/The Royal Family

King Harald V in Hospital

King Harald, aged 81, was admitted to hospital for the second time within the last six months.

King Harald V of Norway, 15 January 2016. Photo: Jørgen Gomnæs, Det kongelige hoff.

Longest-Reigning King Carl XVI Gustaf on The Royal Palace Roof

King Carl XVI has overtaken Magnus IV Eriksson’s record of 44 years and 222 days as Sweden’s longest-reigning monarch on Thursday, 26 April 2018.

King Carl XVI Gustaf’s enthronement on 19 September 1973. Photo: Bernadotte Library’s Image Archive

We explain the reason why King Carl Gustaf was up there, after donning a hard hat, ready for work.

See the photos from The Local Sweden to see King Carl Gustaf in action.

Queen Margrethe’s Tomb

The Danish Royal Court has provided a sneak-peak of what Queen Margrethe’s tomb will look like.

Queen Margrethe II’s Sarcophagus at Roskilde Cathedral.
Photo: Keld Navntoft, The Royal Danish House ©

New Research on Windsor Castle

Historians recreate Windsor Castle from William the Conqueror’s reign.

Reconstruction of Windsor Castle in its earliest form, around 1086.
Credit: Royal Collection Trust/ © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018 Artist: Bob Marshall.

Queen Elizabeth II 92nd Birthday

Buckingham Palace released a photo of Queen Elizabeth II to mark her 92nd birthday on 21 April 2018.

Queen Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family attended the Queen’s Birthday Party concert later that day at the Royal Albert Hall.

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