FeaturesPrincess Anne and Family

A look back at Princess Anne’s royal year

Princess Anne is regularly one of the busiest members of the Royal Family, completing hundreds of engagements every year – both in support of The Queen and reflecting the many charities and organisations of which the Princess is associated. As we reach the end of 2019, we look at a small selection of the engagements that the Princess has completed this year. January During this month…
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The Royal 2010s: How social media changed royalty

The use of social media as a way to inform and communicate is possibly one of the most significant developments of the last decade. It has become crucial to the way organisations operate and it allows people from all over the world to communicate and share content on a…
Princess Anne and Family

Princess Anne signs book of condolence for London Bridge attack victims

Princess Anne has signed a Book of Condolence in memory of the victims of the terror attack at London Bridge, in a visit to the City of London. University graduates Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones died and three others were injured in the attack which took place last Friday, 29 November, at Fishmongers Hall. The Princess signed the book, which was opened on Monday 2 December, at the…
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King George V and the first Remembrance Day

On this remembrance weekend, Her Majesty The Queen will once again lead the nation at the National Service of Remembrance, held at the Cenotaph in London on Remembrance Sunday. The service, which includes a two-minute silence at 11 am, remembers British and Commonwealth…
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Duke of Sussex celebrates 70 years of the Commonwealth

The Duke of Sussex attended a garden party on Friday, 14 June which was held to celebrate the achievements of young people from across the 53 Commonwealth nations and to mark 70 years of the Commonwealth. The Duke, who is a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, presented innovation…

The Not Forgotten Association: Close to the Royal Family’s hearts for a century

The Royal Family are associated with a large number of organisations and charities, with these relationships often dating back many years. This is particularly true of the Not Forgotten Association, for whom a garden party will be held at Buckingham Palace on 23 May, to be attended by HRH The Duchess of Gloucester. The origins of the association began in 1919, when Marta Cunningham, an American…
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HistoryState & Ceremonial

What is the Royal Victorian Order?

This Friday, 3 May, St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle will host Her Majesty The Queen’s service of the Royal Victorian Order, an event that is held every four years. The service is one of dedication for those who have been appointed to the order by the Sovereign, who…