FROM tea towels to coffee cups and commemorative paperweights, nothing generates souvenirs quite like a royal wedding.
THE Princess Royal yesterday officially opened the new global headquarters of transport giant FirstGroup in Aberdeen.
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THE Princess Royal looked through a class project on the Harbour Light Tower in North Queensferry, after relighting the lamp of what is believed to be the world's smallest Light Tower.
PRINCE Harry grins today as he receives his first Army campaign medal from his aunt, the Princess Royal.
PRINCESS Anne has praised charity workers in the Lothians combating diseases in livestock and other animals.
PRINCESS Anne has officially opened a groundbreaking new drug and alcohol project in the Capital.
YOUR Royal Highness, may I introduce Margaret, Margaret and, erm, Margaret.
FOR a town of only 64,000 people, Cumbernauld has suffered more than its fair share of put-downs. Twice a winner of a Carbuncle Award (for the bleakest place in Scotland), the town centre has been variously called "a rabbit warren on stilts", "the Lego fantasy of an unhappy child" and the "Kabul of the north". Yesterday, it got worse.
THE Princess Royal will be in Edinburgh next week to celebrate the centenary of Scottish scouting.
THE Princess Royal is to perform the commissioning ceremony of the Northern Lighthouse Board's new ship NLV Pharos in Edinburgh this week.
PRINCESS Anne will address some of the top names in Scottish business at a fundraising event in Edinburgh later this month.
THE Princess Royal is to learn more about the fight against diseases such as cancer when she meets with surgeons at Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Monday.
PRINCESS Anne will be the guest of honour at the Edinburgh Tattoo tonight.
THE Princess Royal is to attend the Edinburgh Military Tattoo next week.
A FORMER royal protection officer has told how he was shot three times while confronting a gunman who tried to kidnap Princess Anne and demand a £2 million ransom.
A MAN was arrested after throwing a metal bowl in the direction of the Princess Royal in the Fijian capital today, police said.
A SCOTS council spent £2,000 on refurbishing run-down homes for a Royal visit before boarding their windows back up just minutes after Princess Anne left.
PRINCESS Anne has presented long-service plaques to three Edinburgh-based St Andrew's Ambulance Association workers - James Lumsden, Alexander Harvey and Marshall MacKinnon.
THE Princess Royal is to be guest of honour at a glittering summer ball to raise money for the Save the Children Fund next month.
THE Princess Royal is to take the salute from hundreds of soldiers past and present at an emotional "farewell march" to the Royal Scots.