Queen Elizabeth II's perennial strings of pearls are part of a long-standing royal tradition.
An amateur baker’s lemon trifle is about to become an iconic British dessert—and you can make it, too.
On May 12, 1937, Princess Elizabeth—then just 11 years old—looked on as her father, King George VI, was crowned at Westminster Abbey. Little did she know that just 16 years later, she would be at the center of the exact same ceremony.
When it comes to weird and wacky superstitions, the United Kingdom has developed some real oddities
In honor of Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee, here is one fact about each of Britain’s 41 kings and queens since 1066.