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The boy they call the Lost Prince - did the Windsors really hide Prince John?

On January 18th 1919, the ringing of a telephone in Buckingham Palace signalled a tragedy for the Royal Family. The call brought news of the death of Prince John, youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary, who had passed away in his sleep at the age of 13. John had been epileptic for most of his short life and had died following a massive seizure. He was buried soon afterwards, his grave…
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A message of congratulations from one Jubilee Queen to another

Queen Elizabeth II has sent a special message to Queen Margrethe II as the Danish Monarch marked her Golden Jubilee. The UK Embassy in Denmark revealed that congratulations had winged their way from London to Copenhagen but kept the contents of the missive secret. The link between the two Jubilee Queens of 2022 was revealed as the Embassy sent congratulations to Margrethe II as the 50th…
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Denmark

A solemn start to Queen Margrethe's Golden Jubilee

The Queen of Denmark has begun her Golden Jubilee by attending a solemn meeting of the State Council. Margrethe II was joined by her son and heir, Crown Prince Frederik, for the meeting at Christiansborg Palace. The meeting was limited to just five ministers owing to the current restrictions for the coronavirus pandemic. Leading the politicians was Denmark’s Prime Minister, Mette…
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Denmark

Margrethe II: Queen of Denmark for 50 years

Margrethe II has now ruled Denmark for 50 years. The Danish Monarch marks her Golden Jubilee today, January 14th 2022. Her reign, only the second time a woman has ruled Denmark, has been popular and successful and marked by modernisation of the monarchy. Her Majesty…
British Royals

What now for Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie as Prince Andrew loses his royal role?

The decision for Prince Andrew to stop using his HRH in an official capacity is a major move which raises several questions. And among them is what happens now for his daughters? As far as their titles go, everything stays as it was for Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. Their father will no longer be known as an HRH but they stay the same. Both women have their HRH because of Letters…
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