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Fixing meals fit for a princess
Fifth U.K. bombing suspect arrested
Queen has class, even without Charm City
The restoration of the house of Windsor Castle: Britain's finest craftsmen, and $59 million, return the home of their monarch to its former glory.
America's fascination with Britain's monarchy Fantasy: There is a genuine, healthy-enough thirst, but Elizabeth II is not serving it well.
Women want assurances of princes' well-being
A Royal Mess Biography: Hard on the heels of Princess Diana's death, Kitty Kelley's new book 'The Royals' has been rushed onto the market. Her timing is impeccable, even if the shaky reporting is not.
Some profiting from Diana's death Sales of flowers, records, books rise; part of money is donated to her fund
Luxury and pain, happiness and tragedy
Tears and silence accompany Diana on her last journey Sadness and solemnity of funeral procession transfix spectators; FAREWELL TO A PRINCESS
In her own words 'You always think you're prepared for everything,' but she wasn't prepared for the royal family or the press, as she told the BBC in 1995 after her formal separation from Prince Charles.
Details of the service
In Memory of Diana, wheelchairs and song Royals offer PTC gestures by the hour, more details for funeral
Diana's death widens gap between Britons and royalty Populace sees stoicism as unacceptable coldness
Royal family responds to public grief Buckingham Palace 'enormously grateful' for outporing; Press had criticized stoicism; Diana's funeral route is greatly lengthened to give mourners space
British worry about the boys Princes: With Diana's death, will William and Harry lose the, shall we say, common touch their mother tried to teach them? Or will they now adopt their father's more formal bearing?
'Unique funeral for a unique person' Diana will be buried Saturday, with service fit for the people
Charles escorts Diana's body back to Britain World watches in disbelief as coffin arrives; Funeral details due today; Public fury grows over circumstances of princess' death
Hard road to the throne Charles yearns to become King Charles III, but numerous obstacles, including his mother, could keep him from attaining that lifelong dream.
Hong Kong: Great Britain returns the last jewel of its empire to China Anticipation, fears on eve of handover; Countdown: Hong Kong is decked out for the reunion. But worries persist TC about how the wealthy cousin will fare in a Chinese house.
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Diana, Charles are single today Divorced: The Prince and Princess of Wales officially end their 15-year, soap opera marriage today. Already the prince is being advised not to wed "the other woman," Camilla Parker Bowles.
Diana takes cash and lets a title go Royals: The divorce proceedings of Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana begin Monday, but the terms of estrangement have already been set.
Charles tells Diana his terms for divorce $23 million-plus, stipend are rumored
Castle renovated on a royal scale Re-creation: At Windsor Castle, 150 artisans are using traditional techniques to restore the glory of ornate rooms ruined in a 1992 fire.
ANOTHER SEASON, another black eye. Last summer,...
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Britain's royal soap opera (cont'd) The Diana threat: Queen Elizabeth commands a speedy divorce.
The Fairy-tale marriage has turned into a pumpkin
Diana isn't so sure Charles wants crown The interview: The Princess of Wales details her royal life, depression, bulimia, affairs and all.
The royal beat goes on, but dully
Rent: College, Reactor Lease of royal college is likened to putting Sistine Chapel to rent
Prince William at school: just another Eton boy?
Prom-bound young men find transformation in tuxedos A Dash of Debonair
A royal pain
Charles' too-frank biography continues to raise eyebrows
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Dressed for occasion, if not a win
Prince Charles feels his oats as he bakes a royal treat
ROYAL FLUSH Ruling-class status hasn't saved Windsors from serving up scandals
Prince Charles' return to Va. college is bittersweet
Maybe Charles should call a cab