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The Queen's controversial style pick for the Investiture of the Prince of Wales

When Queen Elizabeth II invested her eldest son Prince Charles with the title of Prince of Wales in a ceremony on 1 July 1969 at Caernarfon Castle in Wales, it was the latest in a storied and solemn show of monarchy and there were absolutely no complaints about the affair. Well, unless you count the eternal controversy that surrounds fashion at royal events. This time, it was the Queen who was…
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The Cambridges

Royal baby talk as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Ballymena

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have concluded their two-day tour of Northern Ireland with a day of engagements in Ballymena. William and Kate began with a private meeting with officers and staff of the Police Service in Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle. “It was lovely that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had asked to meet the police officers to get an understanding of the…
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Duchess of Cambridge: "Nurses play a vital role in health teams all around the world"

The Duchess of Cambridge has released a letter marking the first anniversary of the Nursing Now campaign, of which she is patron. “I am delighted that, at the end of its first year, Nursing Now has grown internationally, with local and national groups in over 60 countries. “Nurses play a vital role in health teams all around the world, and this campaign is doing an important job of raising…
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Duchess of Cornwall spends day with man's best friend

The Duchess of Cornwall met with four-legged friends on a visit to Medical Detection Dogs, a charity she supports, in Milton Keyes. Camilla was visiting to open a new Medical Detection Dogs training centre on Wednesday, meeting with handlers and training dogs, people who benefit from the service, and volunteers with the organisation. The charity train specialist bio-detection dogs to identify…
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