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The Princess Royal thanks soldiers for their work in the coronavirus pandemic

The Princess Royal has carried out her first public engagement in months as the Royal Family began face to face visits again. And Princess Anne’s diary started with a trip to say thank you to soldiers who have helped in the response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Princess travelled to the Duke of Gloucester Barracks in South Cerney, Gloucestershire to hear about the ongoing efforts of…
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The Queen chooses green for Trooping the Colour 2020

The Queen has overseen a pared back version of the Sovereign’s Birthday Parade at Windsor Castle. And in tribute to the regiment trooping their colour, Her Majesty chose the Welsh Guards brooch for the day. The diamond creation, in the shape of a leek, was worn with a jade green coat and matching hat. The Queen’s coat was designed by Stewart Parvin as was the dress beneath, a print in…
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Royal gardens begin to open to visitors again

The grounds of some of Britain’s most famous royal residences are to welcome visitors once more after closing because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, ongoing restrictions mean that booking will be mandatory for anyone hoping to make a trip. Sandringham’s formal gardens will be open this weekend, on June 13th and 14th but visitors have to secure a slot in advance by heading to…
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The king who bought flowers for his wife at the market

King Philippe of the Belgians has stopped off to buy a bouquet for his queen as he visited a market to find out how they are coping as restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic are lifted. King Philippe of the Belgians stops off to buy flowers for Queen Mathilde(photo Belgian Royal Palace Twitter) King Philippe chose red roses for Queen Mathilde, telling the stallholder that…
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