The Queen today joined style royalty on the front row of London Fashion Week. She viewed a runway show before presenting the award to winning designer Richard Quinn.
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Prince William has test driven a motorbike during a visit to Triumph Motorcycles Visitor Experience in Hinckley.


The Duchess of Cambridge stood out from the crowd in her green gown, as celebraties attending the BAFTAS wore black in support of the Time's Up and Me Too movements.


Prince Harry attends an England Rugby open training session at Twickenham. Harry, who is the patron for the Rugby Football Union, also met those involved in the organisation's Try for Change programme, which works to improve the lives of marginalised and disadvantaged people. He also caught up with ex-England international fly-half Jonny Wilkinson.


The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall carry out a series of engagements in Yorkshire on Friday. Here, they meet the people of Halifax at the recently restored Piece Hall where they marked the occasion by ringing the original trading bell and unveiled a new commemorative plaque.


Prince Harry gets stuck in at the ‘Fit and Fed February’ half-term holiday initiative at the Roundwood Youth Centre in Brent, north London. The StreetGames campaign is designed to tackle holiday hunger, isolation and inactivity.


Prince Charles got a surprise hug during a walkabout in Durham today. Helen Bell reached out from behind crash barriers to put her arms around the heir to the throne, later telling reporters she won’t forget this ‘wonderful’ moment. .


Prince Charles unveils a plaque to his 17th century ancestor Dame Elizabeth Bowes in Durham. The Prince of Wales also chatted with locals and students on his visit to the North East.


Prince Charles undertakes a series of engagements in County Durham on Thursday, including a visit to the famous 925-year-old cathedral .


The Queen hosts a reception to celebrate the Commonwealth community at Buckingham Palace, ahead of April’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London.


Prince Charles delivers a speech at the 'International Year of the Reef' at Fishmongers' Hall in London, warning against the plight of the world's coral reefs.


Prince Harry welcomes his father to ‘International Year of the Reef’ at Fishmongers’ Hall in London.


Ingrid Seward believes Meghan Markle will find adjusting to being part of the royal family "quite difficult" - just as Princess Diana and the Duchess of York did. The Royal expert says social media means "Meghan is now a virtual prisoner", but thinks as time goes on life will become "much easier" for the former actress. Ms Markle is set to marry Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on 19 May.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have visited at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in their final public engagement on their visit to Edinburgh. The couple met first minister Nicola Sturgeon and attended a reception to celebrate youth achievements as part of Scotland's Year of Young People 2018. .


Harry and Meghan Markle have visited at a sandwich shop in Edinburgh which supports homeless people. Harry walked into the Social Bite cafe rubbing his hands before agreeing with people from the cafe it was "freezing" outside. They spent time speaking with co-founders Josh Littlejohn and Alice Thompson, before meeting staff and customers.