Head of state says her Covid-19 jab 'didn't hurt at all' and praised the speed of the vaccine rollout across the UK.
A spokesperson confirmed Meghan Markle is pregnant.
Royals praise work of NHS Tayside as 200 workers at Ninewells Hospital served celebratory lunch of haggis, neeps and tatties.
Monarch praises the “indomitable spirit” of those who have risen to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Head of state will not take her seat at Crathie Kirk in a bid to stop well-wishers gathering in Aberdeenshire.
Monarch and Prince Philip to leave Windsor Castle for the first time since coronavirus lockdown came into effect.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son joins in with popular trend that symbolises hope during coronavirus pandemic.
The monarch sent the message on behalf of the royal family to mark World Health Day.