The Queen

Queen's horse snags win for 3rd year

The Queen was all smiles yesterday during the 3rd day of the 5-day Royal Windsor Horse Show; Her Majesty has attended the show which is held in virtually her own backyard at Windsor Park for the past 72 years. She spent the day with Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, King of Bahrain and her son, Prince Andrew. She celebrated the 3rd year her horse, Barber’s Shop won the RoR Tattersalls Thoroughbred…
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The Wessexes

Countess of Wessex to attend Devon County Show

As the President of the Devon County Agricultural Association, the Countess of Wessex will spend two days taking in the 122nd Devon County Show. The association stages the show, and Show Secretary, Ollie Allen, says the Countess is looking forward to being part of the…
British RoyalsThe Cambridges

Prince George and Princess Charlotte excited for their own chicks to hatch

While at the Farms for City Children on Wednesday, bonding with the sheep, pigs, chickens, and children, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are excited for the three dozen chicks they have at Anmer Hall to hatch. Along with their dog, Lupo, and hamster, Marvin, the Cambridges also have five chickens and an incubator of eggs waiting to hatch. “She has got…
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Burandi princess wins legal battle over late King's remains

On Tuesday, the Federal Court of Switzerland ruled that the remains of Burandi’s deposed King Mwambutsa IV remain in Switzerland; The King died in Switzerland 40 years ago. The King expressed that he didn’t wish to be returned to his homeland for burial. King…
International royalsOther

State control in Thailand intensifies under new King

Royal Central reported early last month that Thailand’s Ministry of Digital Economy and Society had banned people from contacting three critics of the new King and government. Since then, CNBC has reported that state control in the country has strengthened, leading Thailand toward becoming a dictatorship rather than a democracy with the monarch having more power than ever before. Thailand…
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British Royals

New UK £5 coin released to mark 100th anniversary of the House of Windsor

In July 1917, the British Royal Family adopted a new name – Windsor. To celebrate 100 years of the Windsor Household, the Royal Mint is releasing a new UK £5 coin. The name change was decided upon by King George V earlier that year mainly because to keep the name Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. The family inherited the name in 1840 when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert; it was believed to be…
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