Prince & Princess of Wales

The Princess of Wales "a natural" at wheelchair rugby in Hull

The Princess of Wales spent the day in Hull for Rugby League Inclusivity Day, partaking in various training exercises before joining the World Cup championships for a scrimmage of wheelchair rugby. Catherine, whose fingers were still bandaged following a trampoline accident a few weeks ago, was said to be nervous before she joined in but quickly forgot the injury and threw herself into the…
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Greece

Crown Prince Pavlos to accept important award on behalf of King Charles III

Crown Prince Pavlos has been nominated by King Charles III to accept the Athenagoras Human Rights Award on behalf of The Prince’s Trust. The Prince’s Trust is receiving the Athenagoras Human Rights Award because of The King’s understanding of the edict “love your neighbour as yourself,” according to Dr. Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis, a national commander behind the Archons of the…
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Features

The coronation of England's first queen regnant

There have only been a handful of queen regnants in Britain’s history. Queen Elizabeth II was the most recent, having reigned a historic 70 years, but 400 years before her reign began, the first queen regnant was crowned: Queen Mary I. The eldest daughter of Henry VIII…
British Royals

The royal dukedom once considered to carry a curse

It’s a title with a potent history, held by some of the best known names in English royal history. Over 700 years since it was first created, it remains a familiar royal dukedom. There have been six Dukes of Gloucester throughout history, the first created in 1385…
Prince & Princess of Wales

The Princess of Wales continues early years work with special visit

The Princess of Wales’s campaign for the early years continued in Kent on Wednesday morning as the royal joined a portage session for families with special educational needs children. The visit to The Orchards, billed by the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood as a way to “highlight the importance of support for neurodiversity in early childhood,” saw Catherine joining in a play…
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Belgium

Moment of history as future queen takes an important oath

Princess Elisabeth took her oath as an officer on Tuesday evening, following in the footsteps of future Belgian monarchs before her. The Belgian Royal Palace shared photographs of the future queen taking her oath as an officer in front of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde…
European Royals

The heirs of 1952 - what happened to the princes and princesses who were first in line in a year of history

In 1952, a certain young prince called Charles took on a role that would turn him into a record breaker. He became heir to the throne of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and would hold the position of first in line longer than anyone else in history. He was, at that point, the newest member of a select club of princes and princesses who were heir to a throne. But not all of them ended up with a…
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