The Duke of Edinburgh died April 9 at the age of 99.
A royal wedding, a royal baby, another royal baby, and many royal trips.
Photographers aged 16 to 19 allowed us to look into their ever-changing world.
"Coming out, and living authentically, has been the most affirming experience of my life."
History, hospitality, and OMG THE QUEEN.
Football was nearly home, but then Croatia got in the way.
Taryn, who plays Pennsatucky, spoke to BuzzFeed and spilled a few details from behind the scenes, including who's most likely to fall asleep on set. (Spoiler: It’s her.)
"We're the millennials for Corbyn. Woo!"
On unrequited love: "The rejection you felt from that person, that unrequited love is really love that you should be showing yourself."
Liam From "Bake Off" Spills The Tea On Emojis, Drunk Food, And His Unexpected Love Of "Transformers"
Liam Charles is a host of Bake Off: The Professionals on Channel 4, so we had him in our office to discuss, amongst other things, cakes and biscuits.
BBC Newsnight has denied an image of Corbyn was deliberately made to look Russian.
“I mean there’s entertainment and there’s impossible, Scott. This is impossible. They are destined to fail. At least on Bake Off it is technically possible.”
"Never judge a book by its cover – not all disabilities are visible."
The star of 10 Things I Hate About You is back 18 years after the movie was released with a brand-new TV show, Riviera. She dropped by BuzzFeed UK to let us in on a few little-known facts about herself.
A day of voting, a night of counting and a morning of results.
Those gathered included police officers who were among the first to attend the scene of Saturday night's attack, in which eight people died and 48 were injured.
"It doesn't matter what you look like, as long as you have fun".
Uzo Aduba (Suzanne), Taylor Schilling (Piper), Laverne Cox (Sophia), Natasha Lyonne (Nicky), and Danielle Brooks (Taystee) spoke to BuzzFeed about the show's flashbacks and how the Trump presidency will affect Litchfield.
James Corden On Bringing "The Late Late Show" To Britain Only Days After The London Attack
"Maybe this is the perfect time to bring a show from America, which plays in 150-odd countries, where we can show the incredible breadth of joy and positivity and diversity in this incredible city," the presenter told BuzzFeed News.
At least seven were killed and more than 48 injured in Saturday night's van and knife attack.