Find out more about Royal events at this year's meeting, which is being held in London
The Queen’s Young Leader Award celebrates exceptional people from across the Commonwealth
A Commonwealth Realm is a country which has The Queen as its Monarch. There are 15 Commonwealth Realms in addition to the UK.
You are a remarkable nation and I have no doubt that you have a remarkable future aheadA speech by Prince Harry, before a concert celebrating 50 years of Independence in Barbados
Published 15 March 2017
Antigua and Barbuda attended their first Commonwealth Games in Kingston, Jamaica in 1966, but did not become members of the Commonwealth until 1981.
Published 16 November 2016
On behalf of my grandmother, The Queen, I am grateful to the Government and the people of St. Lucia for this most generous contribution.A speech by Prince Harry on the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy dedication in St Lucia
Her Majesty is immensely grateful to you, and the people of Canada, for the leadership you have shown in making this contributionA speech by The Duke of Cambridge at the launch of Canada's contribution to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy
Her Majesty is The Queen of St Vincent and the Grenadines. Find out more ...
All naval vessels of the Royal Canadian Navy are named with the prefix HMCS, 'Her Majesty's Canadian Ship'.
Ladies and gentlemen, I feel enormously proud of what the Commonwealth has achieved, and all of it within my lifetimeA speech by The Queen at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta, 2015
Grenada's Kirani James won his country's first ever Olympic gold medal at the London games of 2012.
Her Majesty is Queen of St Christopher and Nevis. Find out more ...