The next king of England?
Prince William Arthur Philip Louis, born on June 21, 1982, is the eldest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. In 2011, William married Kate Middleton. The couple has three children. Many of the British public believe William should surpass his father to become the next king of England.
Britain has been in the throes of a veritable Royals fever since the wedding of Prince Harry to US actress Meghan Markle. Next up is the baptism of Prince Louis, the youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The prince's visit was organized at the behest of the British government amid tensions in the region. Although his trip is considered non-political, Prince William is expected to meet with Israeli and Arab leaders.
There's been a mini boom in sales of magazines and newspapers carrying pictures of the latest addition to the Royal Family: the new-born baby son of Prince William and Kate. A royal birth is always good for business! But an even bigger royal bonanza is looming. In May, Prince Harry is marrying American model and actress, Meghan Markle. The cash tills are already ringing! Stephen Beard reports.
Who exactly is Meghan Markle, the 36-year-old fiancée of Prince Harry? With one month to go until the wedding of the year, a new biography on the American actress-cum-future princess's life hits the bookshelves.
The second-in-line to the British throne is set to be the first royal to visit Israel since the country's 1948 founding. No British royal has ever conducted an official trip to the Palestinian territories.
It's 20 years ago this week since Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed in a car crash in Paris. The anniversary has seen a wave of commemorations and remembrance in the UK - where two decades on from her death she is still a figure that looms large in the nation's psyche.
Britain and Belgium's royals, along with German top diplomat Sigmar Gabriel, have commemorated the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele. Over half a million soldiers were killed in one of World War I's worst battles.
Traditionally, the British royal family avoids politics, but according to German media, this visit seems to be auspiciously timed as talks on Britain leaving the EU get underway. Kate and William would probably do a better job in Brussels, says DW's Rob Mudge.