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Prince George named 'King of the Capital'

Prince George has been named as the most influential person in London. The eight-week-old heir to the throne was described as the capital’s “biggest global ambassador,” as he topped the Evening Standard’s Power 1000, which lists the most influential Londoners. “London is a magnet for the rest of the world,” editor Sarah Sands explained. “Our newest power…
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Prince Harry attends cousin's wedding

Prince Harry attended the wedding of cousin Alexander Fellowes to Alexandra Finley on Friday. The new uncle joined guests at the chapel of St Mary Undercroft at the Palace of Westminster to watch Alexander, whose aunt was Diana, Princess of Wales, marry shoemaker…
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'Diana modernised the Royal Family' says Naomi Watts

Naomi Watts has revealed she believes Diana, Princess of Wales, modernised the Royal Family. “She helped us feel that the Royal Family were human beings, not these untouchable people,” the Australian actress told The Scotsman. “She modernised them and made them feel more accessible.” The 44-year-old was speaking ahead of the release of ‘Diana’ which premiered in…
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Prince William and Kate take Prince George to Balmoral

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at Balmoral to introduce Prince George to great-grandad Prince Philip. William and Kate flew to the Aberdeen via private jet before driving to the Queen’s Scottish estate, the Daily Mail reports. The Duke of Edinburgh was…
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Prince William hires his former nanny Jessie Webb, to look after Prince George

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hoped to raise Prince George by themselves without any assistance however, they have reconsidered and have hired a second pair of hands to look after the seven week old baby. 71 year old Jessie Webb, who was Prince William’s own former nanny, will come out of retirement to work part time. William has remained friends with Miss Webb inviting her as a guest…
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Prince Charles leads royals at Hugh van Cutsem's funeral

Prince Charles attended the funeral of close friend Hugh van Cutsem on Wednesday morning, The Prince of Wales was joined by his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and sons Prince William and Prince Harry, as they joined mourners at Brentwood Cathedral in Essex. Charles and Camilla attended the funeral of close friend Hugh van Cutsem. Charles and Camilla were the last mourners to arrive for the the…
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