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The Duke of Cambridge pays tribute to ambulance staff lost to Covid

The Duke of Cambridge has written a letter of support for The Ambulance Staff Charity as they mark the contribution of members during the pandemic. William’s letter coincided with TASC’s National Ambulance Service video, honouring those personnel who have lost their lives. The Ambulance Staff Charity organises a service every two years, with 2020’s taking place on 18 September, in a small…
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Queen Silvia says she felt her age in quarantine

Queen Silvia said that she felt her age while in quarantine in a new interview with an Alzheimer’s Disease podcast. Speaking to Henrik Frenkel for his podcast, Help – I Have Alzheimer’s Disease (in Swedish: Hjälp – Jag Har Alzheimer!), that was shared on Monday, International Alzheimer’s Day, Queen Silvia said, “I’ve never felt over 70 before.” The Queen is 76 years…
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Duke of Cambridge to appear in documentary on conservation and climate change

The Duke of Cambridge will appear in an upcoming nature documentary on ITV, taking viewers on a behind the scenes look as he works on nature conservation projects to ensure the natural world’s survival. ‘Prince William: A Planet For Us All’ will premiere next month, and the teaser trailer was released on Monday evening. In the minute-long clip, William can be heard saying, “I’ve…
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The godparents of Europe's heirs

As Prince Charles of Luxembourg is christened today, we’re looking at the godparents of Europe’s heirs. The Prince of Wales Embed from Getty Images Prince Charles was born on 14 November 1948 and christened on 15 December of that year. His godparents…
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Crown Princess Mary joins special commission with United Nations Population Fund

Crown Princess Mary has joined a special high-level commission within the United Nations Population Fund to help the agency follow up on its goals from last year’s 25th-anniversary summit. The Danish Royal House announced the news on its website Thursday, saying that Crown Princess Mary was happy to join the commission and build upon its work at the Nairobi Summit from last year, which marked…
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