The Edinburghs

The Earl of Wessex on duty with Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Earl of Wessex had a busy Monday in Blackpool and Preston, carrying the legacy of his late father’s project. He met with many Duke of Edinburgh scheme participants to find out how their experience in the programme has been. Prince Edward visited several different places around Blackpool to meet with young people taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards. The Earl started…
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Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel visit art foundry

The Swedish Crown Princess Couple has had a busy January, and they are finishing out the month strong. Early this week, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel visited Bergmans Konstgjuteri, the oldest operating foundry in Sweden.  The couple visited the Stockholm foundry to learn more about the art form and the very specific knowledge required for it. A foundry casts metal objects by…
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Queen Camilla

Queen Camilla shares family sadness as she opens new osteoporosis centre

Queen Camilla had a a busy day visiting Bath and Lacock. One very important stop for Her Majesty was at the Royal Osteoporosis Society’s new offices in Bath.  Camilla visited several different places in Bath and Lacock, and even had her rescue dogs Beth and Bluebell with her for part of her day. However, it was her visit to the Royal Osteoporosis Society that has a special…
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British RoyalsHistory

Did the battle that saw the demise of the first King Charles start earlier than first believed?

While King Charles III has just announced plans for his coronation plans this coming May, a King Charles of the past is also back in the news again. Archaeologists in Warwickshire have uncovered evidence that points to an earlier start to the first battle of the civil war, which saw the demise of King Charles I. The first recorded battle of the English Civil War took place in August of…
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