British RoyalsThe CambridgesThe Sussexes

The Cambridges and Sussexes send condolences to New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have sent their condolences to the people of New Zealand following the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch. At least forty nine people are known to have died after attackers opened fire at the buildings. In their statement, the couples said: ‘’Our hearts go out to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives…
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The Prince of Flowers

The Prince of Wales has always been passionate about nature and his work on the environment encompasses global issues. But a little closer to home there’s nothing the heir to the throne likes more than a potter in his gardens and as spring attempts to get under way (Storm Gareth aside), the prince has begun his now traditional practice of sharing lots of photos of his flowers. Thanks to the…
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British RoyalsPrincess Anne and Family

Keeping up with Anne: the Princess Royal's week

You know when your family decides to throw a really important celebration and you’re working? That didn’t stop the Princess Royal this week. She was on hand at Buckingham Palace to support her older brother as he marked fifty years since his Investiture as Prince of Wales despite having another four engagements on the same day. But then this is Princess Anne we’re talking about…
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A Calendar of Kings: March

Every royal life is peppered with milestones, the moments that mark beginnings and ends, filled with joy and sometimes sadness. On Royal Central, we’re charting the famous dates throughout the year in our Calendars of Kings and Queens. And as March gets well and truly…
British RoyalsThe Queen

The Queen's Week - in pictures

It’s been a week of remembering the past and looking to the future for the Queen. As well as the usual audiences, including her weekly meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May, the Queen has celebrated a special anniversary and shown everyone just how social media…
British RoyalsThe Sussexes

New Commonwealth role for the Duchess of Sussex

The Duchess of Sussex has become the Vice President of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT). The Queen is Patron of the Trust, which champions young people around the world, while the Duke of Sussex is its President. Meghan’s new role will see her supporting the Trust’s partnerships with young people in all the countries of the Commonwealth with a particular focus on its work…
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