Canadians adore Queen Elizabeth. Her son? Not so much

For some Canadians hoping for a message on their 100th birthday, only one monarch will do

What to give the Queen for her 90th? A brooch, of course.

Her vast collection runs the gamut from historic to frivolous

The Queen in her most important role: as ‘Gan-Gan’

As Queen Elizabeth II turns 90, a series of Annie Leibovitz portraits show that it’s family that matters most to Her Majesty

How to make Queen Elizabeth cake (Happy Birthday, Your Maj!)

Celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday by creating the cake that bears her name

Elizabeth II: The happiest woman in post-referendum Britain

Not just her job, but also her love of Scotland was at stake

Royals say the darndest things: Prince Philip at 93

Behind his curmudgeonly persona hides an incisive mind and inquisitive nature — so says royal watcher Patricia Treble

‘You must not bore the public. You must not kill the Queen.’

Prime Minister David Cameron seems to have forgotten that motto as Parliament opens this week

Future queens in a game of thrones

Three girls are set to inherit European monarchies


I wanna be… Canarchy?

Did Canada really patriate its constitution in ’82? The official answer: not quite.

War of the Roses, part II

A renewed legal tussle over where to bury King Richard III’s remains


Letters: ‘Hang tough, Motor City’

Maclean’s readers weigh in on Detroit, the royal baby hoopla and men’s rights


Prince Philip, ‘back in circulation’ after a 56-day absence

Prince Philip finally made a public appearance on Monday, 56 days after he was released from an 11-day stay in hospital in London. Though the nature of the exploratory surgery and the results were never disclosed, it was known to be serious enough that the 92-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II would need an extended time to recover. So he vanished from view, staying at Windsor Castle, then at Sandringham, the monarch’s estate in Norfolk.