New titles for the Japanese Emperor and Empress are revealed

The Imperial Household of Japan has announced what the new titles will be of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko following the Emperor’s abdication in April. On April 30th, His Imperial Majesty will be called Emperor Emeritus. His wife, Empress Michiko will become the Empress Emerita. The Taiirei Seiden no Gi abdication ceremony will take place at 5:00 pm on April 30th, an acknowledgement of…
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The Queen

The Queen visits Wellington Barracks to recognise & commemorate Army Chaplains

The Queen visited Wellington Barracks on Friday morning to recognise and commemorate the sacrifices made and services given by Army Chaplains in conflicts past and present. Her Majesty’s visit coincides with the centenary of the granting by King George V of the prefix ‘Royal’ to The Royal Army Chaplains’ Department (RAChD). Formed in 1796, RAChD has ministered to soldiers & their…
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The Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Philip reacts to the news that he will not be prosecuted over Sandringham car crash

The Duke of Edinburgh has reacted to the new that he will not face prosecution over the Sandringham Car Crash last month, with a Buckingham Palace spokesperson saying he “respects” the decision. The Crown Prosecution Service revealed that it is not within the public interest to prosecute the 97-year-old in relation to the incident. A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said Prince Philip…
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The Sussexes

Princess Tessy: "Meghan does not deserve that"

Tabloids around the world are reporting on the latest twist in the saga surrounding the Duchess of Sussex’s relationship with her father, and now a European royal has stepped in to offer words of support to the Duchess. Tessy Antony, Princess of Luxembourg, took to Twitter on Sunday evening in response to an editorial published on Royal Central earlier in the day defending Meghan from recent…
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