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Friday 8 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# the royals

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Prince William shows off juggling skills as he celebrates Galway's year as European Capital of Culture
Galway will see over 1,900 events across more than 150 projects during 2020.
Prince William jokes about 'spreading coronavirus' during Irish visit
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on a three-day visit to Ireland.
Harry and Meghan make legal threat over paparazzi shots in Vancouver park
The Duke of Sussex has now joined his wife on Canada’s west coast.
Queen was kept in the dark about Harry and Meghan's decision to announce a 'step back' from royal duties
It comes amid speculation of a fall out between Prince Harry and brother Will.
Prince Charles and Camilla to take in the sights of Wicklow
Gardaí have been carrying out security sweeps of locations where the royals are due to visit.
Meath on the march as Royals power through to first All-Ireland intermediate final
Eamonn Murray’s side will face Tyrone in next month’s decider.
They came. They saw. They talked about the weather
There was a serious reason behind this week’s visit – and, in the end, rather a lot of small talk too.
Five-star Meath produce clinical performance to advance to Leinster MFC final
The Royals were in rampant form to sweep past Laois this afternoon.
'We're not hiding anymore': Prince William and Lady Gaga talk about mental health
The British royals are teaming up with some famous faces to raise awareness.
Here's why the British royal family doesn't use a surname
Before 1917, the family had no last name at all.
Prince Philip got fed up posing so told a photographer to 'just take the f*cking picture'
Prince Potty Mouth, more like.
Here's why everyone's talking about this drama about the Royal Family
It’s Queen Liz, but not as you know her.
Column: Why do we care about Will and Kate, the fairytale across the Irish Sea?
One in three Irish people watched the Royal Wedding in 2011 and now the world is waiting with bated breath to see if the heir to the British throne will be a boy or a girl, but why do we care, asks Aoife O’Connor.
In the middle of it: Fennell looking forward to Royal bash
The midfielder grew up on heated Championship encounters between Dublin and Meath, now he wants to sample that atmosphere for himself.