The OGN Platinum Jubilee Magazine: What better way to get to know the royals than through their own words?
Some of his quotes are priceless.
We haven't included Prince Andrew (you'll never guess why) or Prince Edward (because he's now a long way down the pecking order and, anyway, has rarely had anything interesting to say). Be that as it may, here are a couple more stories you may be interested in...
Prince Charles' Car Powered by Wine and Cheese: It all started when, for his 21st birthday, Charles was given a blue 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Volante convertible as a present from his mum, otherwise known as the Queen.
Weird and Wonderful Things the Queen Owns: As Britain celebrates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this weekend, let's take a look at what the country's longest reigning monarch actually owns - as much of her fortune is actually beyond her grasp.
Queen's Malta Villa Renaissance: Dilapidated former home of Queen and Prince Philip in Malta to undergo multi-million pound restoration. The 18th century villa, where the couple lived between 1949 and 1951, will become a museum.
Let's not Forget that Queen Victoria Welcomed the Telephone: In January 1878, Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated his newly invented device - the telephone - to none other than Queen Victoria (Elizabeth's great-great-grandmother).
Star of the Show: Prince Louis, just 4 years old, was the centre of attention as he was seen waving, pulling faces and chatting to his great grandmother, the Queen, from the balcony of Buckingham Palace as 70 aircraft flew over The Mall on Thursday morning.