Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles celebrates 50 years of Ulster University's Coleraine campus

The Prince of Wales has visited Ulster University’s Coleraine campus this week to help celebrate its 50th year. His visit marks the first of many events set to celebrate the foundation which began in 1968. It would appear Prince Charles received quite a welcome as university staff, council members and Ulster University choir were all on hand to greet the Prince of Wales upon his arrival…
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The Sussexes

How did the royal wedding photographer get ten excited children to pose so beautifully?

Almost a week on from the royal wedding, it is still the hot topic of conversation on everyone’s lips. One of the biggest questions leaving people across the world puzzled is how DO you get ten excitable children to sit still for one of the most memorable photographs of the year? Well now, Alexi Lubomirski, the photographer who caught the wonderful snap of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Duchess of Cornwall urges the public to continue the conversation about domestic abuse

The importance of speaking out against domestic violence has been highlighted on many occasions in recent years and now the Duchess of Cornwall has urged people to continue the conversation. Camilla’s plea comes during the royal visit to France and following her visit on Tuesday to a charity which provides victims of domestic abuse with refuge housing. VIFILL SOS, based in Lyon, France, was…
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British RoyalsThe Cambridges

New book reveals how Chelsea Clinton used the Duchess of Cambridge as a role model for giving birth

A new book ‘Chasing Hilary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns and One Intact Glass Ceiling’ has revealed how Hilary Clinton’s only daughter used the birth of Prince George in 2013, as a model for how to cope with the arrival of her own daughter a year later. The book, by New York Times journalist Amy Chozik, reveals how Chelsea Clinton and her aides supposedly studied the…
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