UK - William and Kate show off new baby princess / UK Royals leave hospital with new baby princess / Royal baby named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana / Prince Charles meets Gerry Adams / British royal tours Ireland on a mission of peace and reconciliation / Queen in Germany
1. Britain's Prince William with his wife Kate and their new baby girl walking out of hospital, posing for photographers, walking down steps, posing, walking back up steps and into hospital again followed by security
UK Royals leave hospital with new baby princess
London - 2 May 2015
2. Doors at entrance to Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital open and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerge, with Prince William carrying new baby in car seat, they walk to waiting car where William secures baby in back seat and drives away, pan to police guarding hospital (++ONE CONTINUOUS SHOT++)
Royal baby named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
London - 4 May 2015
Date: 04/05/2015 13:34 PM
3. STILL of Press release announcing royal baby's name, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Prince Charles meets Gerry Adams
Galway - 19 May 2015
4. Britain's Prince Charles shaking hands with Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams at the National University of Ireland, Galway
Charles says he feels pain of conflict victims
Sligo - 20 May 2015
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Charles: ++INCLUDES CUTAWAY OF AUDIENCE++
" So it seemed as if the foundations of all that we held dear in life had been torn apart irreparably. Through this dreadful experience though I now understand in a profound way the agonies borne by so many others in these islands of whatever faith, denomination or political tradition
UK Royal couple take boat ride; meet Merkel
Berlin - 24 June 2015
6. Various of Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel
Queen Elizabeth II attends state banquet
Berlin - 24 June 2015
7. Elizabeth, Philip Joachim Gauck, German President, and his partner, Daniela Schadt
listening to band
8. Various of Elizabeth, Philip, Gauck and Schadt walking into building
Queen Elizabeth and Duke visit concentration camp
Bergen-Belsen - 26 June 2015
9. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh visiting former concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen
10. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh laying wreath at memorial
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate emerged briefly from a London hospital on May 2nd 2015 to give the world the first glimpse of their newborn princess.
The baby - the couple's second child - was born Saturday morning and weighed 8 pounds 3 ounces (3.7 kilogrammes), officials said.
She is fourth in line to the throne, and the fifth great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II, 89.
Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, left hospital with their newborn baby girl on the evening of May 2nd.
Crowds of well-wishers outside the hospital cheered as the couple left St. Mary's Hospital in London, with Prince William carrying his daughter in a car seat.
Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - seen as a tribute to Prince William's parents and grandmother.
The princess is the second child of William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
The baby will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, royal officials said May 4th.
Charlotte, the feminine form of Charles, appears to be a nod to the newborn's grandfather, Prince Charles.
The middle names honour Queen Elizabeth II, the infant's 89-year-old great-grandmother, and the late Princess Diana, William's mother.
Britain's Prince Charles met Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams for the first time on May 19th during his official visit to Ireland.
Charles and Adams shook hands and talked during a reception in the western town of Galway.
It was Charles' first meeting with any leader of the nationalist Sinn Fein party.
Speaking at the event, Charles said that the Irish people have a "wonderful spirit" and have always offered him an "overwhelming" welcome.
BRITAIN'S PRINCE CHARLES VISITS IRELAND, PAYS EMOTIONAL TRIBUTE TO LORD MOUNTBATTEN
Britain's Prince Charles on May 20th paid an emotional tribute to Lord Louis Mountbatten, slain 36 years ago by the IrishRepublican Army, as the British royal tours Ireland on a mission of peace and reconciliation.
Charles called his great-uncle "the grandfather I never had" as he spoke Wednesday in the western Irish town of Sligo.
Later Charles plans to visit Mullaghmore, the fishing village where the outlawed IRA blew up Mountbatten's yacht in 1979, slaying
the 79-year-old World War II hero.
Also killed in the remote-controlled blast were Mountbatten's 14-year-old grandson, Nicholas Knatchbull and15-year-old Paul Maxwell, a local boy from Killynure.
The Dowager Lady Brabourne, the grandson's 83-year-old grandmother, died the day after the attack.
Charles said the killings left him feeling like "the foundations of all that we held dear in life had been torn apart irreparably."
The audience gave him a standing ovation.
Charles said he was looking forward to seeing the area and meeting the people there.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh took a boat journey on June 24th in Berlin on the River Spree as part of her three-day state visit to the country.
The Royal couple later met German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on June 24th attended a state banquet at Berlin's Bellevue Castle as part of their three-day visit to Germany.
The 89-year-old monarch and her husband, 94-year-old Prince Philip, were greeted by President Joachim Gauck and his partner, Daniela Schadt.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his German counterpart, Angela Merkel, also attended the banquet.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visited the former concentration camp Bergen-Belsen in Lower Saxony state on June 26th.
Queen Elizabeth II laid a wreath at a memorial and met with some survivors and liberators of the camp.
Diarist Anne Frank and her sister Margot died there just weeks before the British liberated the camp on April 15th 1945.
It is the last of the three-day state visit to Germany.