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Belgium's royals mark the centenary of the end of World War One

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of the Belgians have begun a series of tributes to those killed during the First World War as the centenary of the end of the conflict approaches. The King and Queen attended a special concert held to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice and to honour all those who died during the four years of the war. The musical tribute took place at the Royal Palace in…
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The Duke of Sussex pays tribute at the Field of Remembrance

The Duke of Sussex has paid tribute to those killed while fighting for their country by planting a poppy at the Field of Remembrance in London. Prince Harry’s visit marked the official opening of this year’s memorial in the capital, a commemoration which has now been running for nine decades. This year’s event took place just days before the centenary of the end of World War…
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The Queen visits the City of London

The Queen has officially opened a major new building in the City of London. On November 7th, Her Majesty visited the new Schroders Headquarters to mark a fresh chapter in the history of the firm which has traded in London for over two centuries. The offices, which have…
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King Felipe of Spain marks the centenary of the end of World War One

The King of Spain has marked the centenary of the end of the First World War by commemorating the humanitarian work done by his country’s government and his own great-grandfather during the conflict. Felipe VI viewed some of the letters sent to and written by his ancestor, Alfonso XIII, during the Great War as Spain attempted to help thousands of families across Europe who were affected by…
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Remembrance Week 2018: the Royal Family's tributes

As Remembrance Week gets underway, the Royal Family will lead tributes around the United Kingdom to those who have given their lives for their country in armed conflict. Remembrance Day takes place on the second Sunday in November, and this year it falls on November 11th…
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A Week in Royal History: Victoria, Anne and Oscar?

Royalty is a world where the past is as much a part of the present as the future. The past seven days have seen the spotlight fall on celebrations and commemorations in equal measure – here’s the week in royal history. Queen Victoria will be reigning supreme at Buckingham Palace again next year as she is set to take centre stage in the summer opening at the most famous royal residence…
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