From abdications to refused proposals, the modern royal wedding has wormed its way into our media spotlight.
Of course, some rules are meant to be broken.
Harry & Meghan's Windsor Knot is brewed on Queen Elizabeth II's farm.
Beaton, who appears at the end of the first season of "The Crown," frequently photographed the British royal family.
"There is a profound sense of commitment and seriousness both about their faith and about their lives together."
A two-bedroom house in London isn't going to pay for itself and neither is a May wedding at Windsor Castle.
Department of the Interior raises a flag whenever Secretary Ryan Zinke is in the building.
While the moment will bring welcome respite to Philip, it will mean extra work for the younger royals
Melania Trump will travel to Toronto in September for the next Invictus Games. Is the jovial trash talk optional?
Residents of Gibraltar are concerned about the impact Brexit will have on them.
Museveni appears not to have seen the 2011 romcom starring Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were caught on camera in 2012 while on vacation in southern France. Now they want damages.
If changes are not made, the Queen will receive a £2.8 million pay rise.
Color-coordinated royals will celebrate their birthdays this weekend.
Dennis Hennessy, 41, was convicted of the murder of a homeless man in 1992.
A state-run publication shrugged off the Queen's comments as "not a big deal."
"Careful what you wish for," the president said. The prince responded, "You can dish it out, but can you take it?"