How do you solve a problem like Prince Andrew? The embarrassing antics of Queen Elizabeth II's second son are just the latest royal misdemeanors to vex British politicians.
How do you solve a problem like Prince Andrew?
It's impossible not to like the new childhood pictures of Kate Middleton _ and that's just how Buckingham Palace wants it.
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah are in the spotlight for their ties to a wealthy U.S. sex offender _ he for being pictured with an underage masseuse at the man's home and she for accepting money from the American to help pay off her massive debts.
Less than two months before a fairytale wedding anticipated by much of the world, Britain's royal family finds itself fighting an inconvenient distraction: revelations that Prince Andrew, the queen's second son, is friends with a convicted sex offender, was photographed with a teenage prostitute, and has been accused of ties to Moammar Gadhafi's Libyan regime.
As Buckingham Palace prepares to celebrate the wedding of Prince William, officials are rushing to contain a flurry of negative publicity from the side of the family that has long been a source of embarrassment.
Keep an eye on the mailbox _ Britain's Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton have sent out invites to their hotly anticipated royal wedding to around 1,900 guests.
Key supporting roles in the royal wedding of the year _ if not the decade _ were handed out Monday, with Prince Harry named as his brother's best man and Kate Middleton's sister Pippa chosen as her maid of honor.
A 16-year-old looking to boost his art school application took a bow Thursday for being the one behind the grand piano that mysteriously showed up on a sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay.