Daily Mail Australia launches new Royals destination

Daily Mail Australia launches new Royals destination bringing you breaking news, live events and exclusive stories ahead of the King’s coronation

Daily Mail Australia has today launched a new Royal destination with breaking news, live coverage and exclusive stories going right to the heart of life in the Royal Family.

As Britain prepares to salute King Charles III at his coronation on May 6, the MailOnline Royals site will bring you unique insights into the workings of The Firm.

It will showcase the best of the Daily Mail’s peerless journalists, experts and unrivalled columnists including Rebecca English, Richard Eden and Richard Kay.

The Mail has been documenting the Royals since 1896, but the family has never been more fascinating than now as they move into a new era after the Queen’s death.

Our site will also cover fascinating historical content from the unique Mail archive and feature stories about all of the Royal households around the world.

In addition, our coverage will feature lifestyle content celebrating the best of Royal fashion, beauty, real estate, and travel with a regal twist.

So whether your favourite Royal is Prince William or you prefer Queen Camilla, join us at MailOnline Royals for the latest as we prepare for Charles to be crowned King.

Among the stories you can read today is an exclusive and authoritative new poll for MailOnline revealing Charles is defying his critics with a strong public backing. 

You can also read about how Kate Middleton has transformed her make-up over the years and look back at this week in Royal history from our archives.

Alongside the launch, you can now enjoy our new TikTok account DailyMail Royals which has been set up to offer all the latest Royal news and videos.

The @dailymailroyals account on the platform will feature rare archive footage, original expert analysis and comprehensive coverage of foreign Royals.

Danny Groom, publisher and editor of MailOnline, said today: ‘Millions of readers across the globe devour our Royal coverage daily, whether it’s from the House of Windsor to the Royal households of Monaco and Morocco.

‘Our new Royal channel will give them access to breaking news, live events, and exclusive stories that they won’t find anywhere else.’

MailOnline Royals will be integrated into the global news website, complementing the Royal coverage in the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and The Mail+. 

Sean Walsh, global chief brand officer for dmg media, said: ‘Daily Mail has been documenting the Royal family since 1896 and with King Charles’ historic coronation next month, our loyal readers will have access to the most up to date and truly global Royal news 24 hours a day, seven days a week.’ 

www.dailymail.co.uk/royals will be staffed by teams from our newsrooms in London, New York, Los Angeles and Sydney. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk