Dancing with Reagan, riding in a tank.
She's getting an OBE.
She gave out confidential information about the Duchess's condition.
Who knew the Pope was so dextrous?
Prince William wore a bright-red baseball cap — and he pulled it off.
Famous people like to watch sports, too.
The Pussycat Doll takes us to the Great White Way with a pit stop at the Paris Opera circa 1911.
"Do you still throw spears at each other?"
And other things happened on the presidential visit to London, but who really cares?
But that didn't stop her!
Also, textile magnate Roger Milliken passed away yesterday.
She's the first British monarch to be a great-grandparent in a hundred years.
Making house calls to measure boobs isn't profitable anymore, it seems.
And Taylor Momsen tries to explain her style.
That, and more highlights from the former prime minister's Q&A with Graydon Carter.
Also 'The Face' might be revived next year, and Christian Louboutin is in town!
We only have a photo of this exchange, but it says a thousand words.
There's a history behind the president's first meeting with the monarch, and it goes beyond our two countries' friendly recent pasts.
"In 57 years, the Queen has never been seen to make that kind of gesture and it is certainly against all protocol to touch her."