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Prince Harry on private visit to Angola

Prince Harry is currently on a “personal and private” visit to Angola, a Kensington Palace official confirmed. The Prince is there as Patron of The HALO Trust’s 25th Anniversary Appeal, but no British media were invited. The Prince is touring minefields and meeting beneficiaries of The HALO Trust’s work. Prince Harry became a patron of HALO earlier this year after…
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Boris Johnson sends gift tricycle to Prince George

From apple trees to a bag of coffee, people from across the world have been sending Prince George and his parents presents to celebrate the birth of the future monarch. Now, Boris Johnson is already trying to get the young Prince riding the streets of London on a…
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The Queen reveals she is often too busy for television

The Queen has revealed her busy schedule often prevents her from watching too much television. However, Her Majesty told actress Minnie Driver that she does have Sky Plus installed at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. The Queen has revealed her busy schedule often prevents her from watching too much television. Minnie, speaking on American chat show The Talk, told the show’s presenters…
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Prince William and Kate register Prince George's birth

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have formally registered Prince George’s birth. The new parents registered the baby’s birth on Friday morning in Kensington, just over a week after the little Prince’s arrival. George’s name and surname appears as ‘His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge’ on the birth certificate, while the document was…
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Prince George is a "beautiful baby" says Camilla

The Duchess of Cornwall has revealed one-week-old Prince George is a really “beautiful baby.” Camilla was attending the Sandringham Flower Show with Prince Charles on Wednesday when she was asked by 73-year-old Freda Aspinall about the new addition to the…
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Royal baby footman leaves the country

Badar Azim who recently displayed Prince George’s birth announcement on the easel has left the UK. On the evening Prince George’s birth was announced, his face was spread across the globe but now Badar Azim, the footman who placed the birth announcement on the easel, has left the country. According to a insider, Azim’s visa had run out just days after he placed the announcement…
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