Phil Boucher

I'm a correspondent for People magazine based in London, England.

Buckingham Palace says of working for the monarch: "As you'd expect, standards and attention to detail are exceptionally high here"
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The Not Giving Up on Love singer wants her new memoir, Spinning Plates, to shine light on the importance of sexual consent
Queen Elizabeth is not just "a typical sort of granny," former Sovereign's Piper Scott Methven reveals to PEOPLE, she also has a disarmingly quick wit full of "one-liners" and "banter"
"It would be much safer to enjoy their good fortune and stay silent," writes chef José Andrés of friends Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Kate Middleton wore light green as she, Prince William and the Cambridge kids attended her little brother's intimate nuptials to Alizée Thevenet in the south of France on Saturday
As Spencer takes a bow at the Venice Film Festival, we look back on the women before Kristen Stewart who've emulated Princess Diana's signature chin tilt and captivated audiences for decades
Prince Harry made a surprise appearance at the GQ Heroes of the Year award on Wednesday to honor the University of Oxford scientists behind the life-saving AstraZeneca vaccine
The heir to Belgium's throne just finished military academy and is onto a world famous university
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The iconic London ceremony was postponed in March 2020 due to COVID-19
"It was wrong to suggest [Earl Spencer] had refused to help his sister or had failed to protect her," The Times newspaper printed in its "Corrections and Clarifications" column on Thursday
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke out in support of a coalition of journalists calling for increased racial diversity in the U.K. media
The annual census of swans dates back to the 12th century and was postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Roger Daltrey's legendary hell-raising with The Who provided him with the ultimate life-changing experience
"The whole bottom floor had been inundated with a sewage overflow," May posted on Instagram Tuesday
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For Princess Diana fans, a bright red Tracker bike hitting the block on July 24 "is a chance to own a personal piece of her history," said Toy Specialist Lucy McCourt
Read more about this warm-weather palace tradition in the summer issue of PEOPLE Royals, out now
Prince Charles gave Diana a Ford Escort Ghia saloon just two months before the royals tied the knot in May 1981 — now, 40 years later, it remains preserved "just as Diana would have driven it"
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, who previously owned the property, calls the home in upmarket Richmond Upon Thames "the best house in the world"
A comprehensive update on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Windsor residence, as well as a disclosure of royal staffing diversity targets, was released on Wednesday
"She sort of keeps me on my toes," the Queen's grandson-in-law told BBC Breakfast on Wednesday
"There are so many unanswered questions," the "Hello" singer says in a YouTube video commemorating the fourth anniversary of the 2017 apartment block tragedy, which killed 72
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Tyler James knew Amy Winehouse from the age of 13 and shared her home in Camden, London
The Save Agatha's Home campaign plans to turn the legendary crime writer's home into an arts and events venue
Lilibet is just one of many nicknames the Queen has been given over the years