Changing greasy tyres, knitting socks and the making of a very modest Monarch: How a singular lack of ego became the secret of the Queen's greatness
In a major re-assessment of the Queen, an eminent royal author examines her formative years and how a down-to-earth childhood prepared her for 60 glorious years on the throne.
'The Queen always needs to look like the Queen'
As monarch, The Queen is acutely aware of the way in which her clothes play a critical part in affirming who she is and what she represents: unity, stability, continuity and pride, says Rebecca English.
Holly and Willow could be the Queen's last Corgis
The Queen has stopped breeding Pembroke Welsh Corgis, and no longer replaces the pets as they die, as she doesn't want to leave any behind when she passes away.