Prince Charles and Camilla

Camilla calls for "the end of domestic abuse forever" on Refuge charity's 50th anniversary

The Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception at Clarence House to mark the 50th anniversary of domestic abuse charity Refuge, and in a speech, she made sure to point out that the keyword was “mark.” Stressing that the world hopes for “the day when your service is no longer needed,” she added that “we are marking rather than celebrating your fiftieth…
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JordanMiddle East

Queen Rania visits Tal Al Rumman Women's Cooperative

Economic and social empowerment programmes for women were on the agenda for Queen Rania as she paid a visit to the Tal Al Rumman Women’s Cooperative in Jordan’s Al Balqa’ Governorate. The royal visit, which took place on 18 January, allowed the Jordanian queen to learn more about the cooperative’s initiatives to support women in the rural area of Tal Al Rumman. Local women can…
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British RoyalsThe Cambridges

Kate at 40: How mental health became her royal focus

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry for a video encouraging people to speak out about mental health in April 2017, the trio spoke about the difficulties of losing a parent, of raising a child, and just reaching out to talk to someone when times are tough. In the casual chat, recorded for their Heads Together mental health initiative, the two brothers pointed out that…
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European RoyalsFeaturesMonaco

How the Monaco royals celebrate Christmas

It’s a monarchy known for glitz and glamour, but one of the biggest and best Christmas traditions in Monaco is actually quite sweet and heartwarming. Started by Princess Grace and Prince Rainier in the 1950s, the Christmas Gifts Distribution Party takes place at the palace each year, with more than 600 children in attendance. Kids aged five through 12 join a festive party at the royal…
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