Belgian King and Queen visit victims of the terrorist attacks in Brussels

Following the devastating acts of terrorism in Brussels, the King and Queen of the Belgians paid a visit to the victims of the attacks to offer their condolences. On Wednesday, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde visited Brussels Airport, where they paid tribute to those who had lost their lives, before making their way to two nearby hospitals where the survivors are being treated for their…
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Prince & Princess of Wales

Prince William to present Irish Guards with St Patrick’s Day shamrocks

The Duke of Cambridge is set to attend the St Patrick’s Day Parade at the Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow on 17th March. In accordance with tradition, His Royal Highness will present members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards with sprigs of shamrock. Prince William will be attending the parade in his official capacity as Colonel of the Regiment, a post that he has held since 2011. Following the…
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British RoyalsKing Charles III

Prince Charles to hold celebrity filled festival at Highgrove

He has always made his love for the great outdoors very clear, but now The Prince of Wales is set to hold a spectacular festival in his garden at Highgrove to celebrate the transformations that he has brought about in the place since his arrival there over 25 years ago. ‘Highgrove: The Garden Celebrated’, as the event is known, will take place between April 11th and 16th. Spanning six…
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British RoyalsQueen Elizabeth II

Charities to lose royal support as a review is taken of Patronages

In the 64 years since her ascension, The Queen has lent her unwavering support to over 600 charitable organisations, including Battersea Dog’s and Cat’s Home and Action for Children. But now, hundreds of charities stand to lose this royal support as Her Majesty reviews her Patronages ahead of her 90th birthday. However, The Queen is expected to make her role as Patron of these charities the…
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