The Queen

The Queen sends a message of condolence to the German people following Madeira bus crash

The Queen has sent a message of condolence to the German people following a bus crash in Madeira which killed 29 people. All of those who died in the incident were German tourists who were visiting the Portuguese region on their travels. Writing to Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the President of Germany, The Queen said: “Prince Philip and I were deeply saddened to hear of the coach crash in…
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The Queen

93 facts about The Queen as she celebrates her birthday

As The Queen turns 93-years-old, Royal Central takes a look at some interesting, funny and sometimes bizarre facts about the monarch. As a teenager, the then Princess Elizabeth, and her sister Princess Margaret, would act out and perform a number of pantomimes during the Second World War. The wax museum Madame Tussauds have displayed 23 different life-size models of Her Majesty to date. The…
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The Queen stays up late to grant Royal Assent to Yvette Cooper's EU Withdrawal Bill

The Queen has formally granted Royal Assent to the Yvette Cooper’s EU Withdrawal Bill meaning it has now become law. Her Majesty approving the legislation means Theresa May is now forced to delay Brexit beyond April 12th preventing a no deal exit from the EU. Ms Cooper alongside Sir Oliver Letwin have successfully managed to manoeuvre their Bill into law within a matter of days. This is the…
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The Yorks

The Duke & Duchess of York are 'back together' as they go on joint official overseas visit

The Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York, are closer than ever before as they travelled abroad together on an overseas visit to Bahrain. Andrew and Sarah visited Bahrain in a personal capacity, although the Duke did undertake a number of official engagements in the country during the visit. This was the first foreign royal visit the Duchess has been on with her former husband in 25…
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