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  • Duke of Kent’s Swindon surprise

    by - Oct 29, 2014
    The Duke of Kent was in Swindon on Monday 27th October to learn more about the good work of two organisations in the town and to present a Queens Award to a very surprised lady. The two groups that the...
  • Romania may hold a referendum on the return of Monarchy

    by - Oct 29, 2014
    Romania’s Prime Minister Victor Ponta has pledged to hold a referendum on the country’s form of government, should he be elected President. Ponta is running for the position of President, an apolitical role within the government,...
  • Charles and Camilla’s first day in Colombia

    by - Oct 29, 2014
    Upon their arrival in Bogota Colombia, Britain’s ambassador noted that Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall generated real excitement in the country. Their plane landed on Tuesday evening to a rather rainy welcome. The British...
  • The Queen and Prince Philip meet war heroes

    by - Oct 28, 2014
    Her Majesty The Queen and Prince Philip honoured 23 recipients of the Victoria Cross and George Cross at a reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 28th October. Her Majesty has been Patron of the Victoria Cross...
  • The Queen’s former scribe discusses Letters Patent

    by - Oct 28, 2014
    Last January I stepped down from my position as a scribe and illuminator to Her Majesty the Queen to focus completely on my fine art. Before I close that particular portfolio I thought it would be...
  • Duke of York’s Community Initiative Awards

    by - Oct 28, 2014
    The Duke of York’s Community Initiative gives a Royal recognition to organizations in Yorkshire who are considered to be of value to the community. Today, the Jack Raine Foundation and the York Children’s University have been...
  • Prince Charles has tea with war heroes

    by - Oct 27, 2014
    There was afternoon tea with a difference at St James’s Palace on Monday as Prince Charles invited some of the Commonwealth’s bravest war heroes to London for a bite to eat and a chat in palatial...
  • A Duke’s Autumn Stroll

    by - Oct 27, 2014
    A crisp breeze, sunlight poking through the trees, and a hue of orange & brown covering the ground below; a familiar scene to many, no doubt, as Autumn finally begins. It certainly proved a pleasant day for The Duke...
  • Duke of Kent re-honours Geordie ship workers of WWI

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    As the gates to the Readhead shipyard closed in the 1970s, it closed off the memory of 57 brave men to the public. While friends and family never forgot the shipyard workers from South Tyneside, who...
  • The Queen sends her first tweet

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    The Queen sent her first ever tweet on Friday at the opening of a new exhibition at the Science Museum. Her Majesty sent the tweet on the official page of the British Monarchy (@BritishMonarchy) which has...