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  • Edward and Sophie continue their Canadian visit

    by - Sep 17, 2014
    The Earl and Countess of Wessex made a stop in Kelowna on Tuesday, as they continue their Royal tour of Canada. Their Royal Highnesses visited the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, where they carried out separate...
  • Prince Charles donates artefacts from Bronze Age to museum

    by - Sep 17, 2014
    The Prince of Wales (styled as The Duke of Cornwall in the South West) has gifted a number of archaeological finds to Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. The artefacts were excavated from a prehistoric cremation...
  • Princess Anne: champion for children

    by - Sep 17, 2014
    An East Lancashire charity celebrated in Royal style on Wednesday 10th September as Princess Anne paid a visit to help them commemorate their 50th birthday in true Royal fashion. The Save the Children UK dinner at...
  • A Royal day with the Princess Royal

    by - Sep 17, 2014
    The residents of Richmond were out in force on Thursday 11th September as the Royal Corps of Signals exercised their right to march through the market place, though they were closely inspected by The Princess Royal....
  • The Queen’s Balmoral ball put back until a day after Scottish referendum

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    The annual ball that The Queen throws for staff at her Aberdeenshire estate has been put back by a day, it is reported. Usually, the Gillies Ball is held on a Thursday, and it seems the...
  • Countess of Wessex opens new hospice facility

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    As a special guest, The Countess of Wessex officially opened a new state-of-the-art facility at the Thames Hospice in Windsor last Wednesday. The facility, which is designed to be a ‘haven’, has been named ‘The Sanctuary’...
  • Sophie and Edward keep busy in Canada

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    The Earl and Countess of Wessex are currently on tour in Canada and have been undertaking numerous engagements, keeping them very busy! On Sunday Sophie took a look at spinal cord research and visited Blusson Spinal Cord...
  • Canterbury Panel commemorating 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta completed

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    The Canterbury panel of the twelve panel Magna Carta embroidery project, commemorating the sealing of Magna Carta 800 years ago has been completed. Royal School of Needlework member Rhoda Nevins was commissioned by Runnymede Borough Council...
  • ‘Uncle’ Harry: Invictus soldier’s daughter gets a lift from Prince Harry

    by - Sep 15, 2014
    Five year old Isabelle Nixon got an unexpected lift from Prince Harry yesterday, and was carried on his shoulders at the Invictus Games closing ceremony. Isabelle’s father, Adam, participated in Harry’s inaugural Invictus Games, after losing a leg serving...
  • Harry’s first 30: Part Three-The Measure of the Man

    by - Sep 15, 2014
    They say the measure of a man is ‘calculated’ by his actions throughout life. Prince Harry is proving, his measure as a man whether it is as soldier or son, patron or brother. In 2005, Prince...