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The Queen and Prince Charles open new exhibition at Westminster Abbey

This morning, Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by the Prince of Wales, opened The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries at Westminster Abbey. The exhibition will display over 300 treasures from Westminster Abbey’s collection, spanning its 1000 years of history. The new galleries are in the medieval Triforium, set more than 16 metres above the Abbey’s floor, which have never been open to the…
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The Cambridges

Prince William visits Team England ahead of World Cup

On Thursday morning the Duke of Cambridge visited Team England’s World Cup training camp to meet the squad and wish them good luck ahead of the World Cup in Russia next week. The Duke of Cambridge, who is President of the Football Association, joined the England squad at a…
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Buckingham Palace is hiring more house keepers

Have you ever wanted to work for the Queen at Buckingham Palace? Well, now might be your chance. The Queen is hiring maids to join her existing team of housekeeping assistants at the Palace in London. Those hired will be responsible for cleaning the Palace, chauffeuring the royals around, doing their laundry and groceries, and caring for the household pets. A salary has not been published, but a…
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What is Trooping the Colour?

The majority of Brits will have heard of Trooping the Colour, but many do not understand what it actually is, why it takes place and who it involves. With the celebration taking place on 9th June, let us explain everything you need to know. The first thing you ought to know…
The Sussexes

‘The Duke of Sussex’ pub celebrates Royal Wedding in a unique way

London pub, The Duke of Sussex, is commemorating the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in an unusual way. The landlords have decked out their swing sign on the outside of their building with a picture of the newlyweds and their namesake. The pub based in Waterloo, South London, revealed their stylish swing sign on Friday. The artwork has been painted by artist Paul Karslake. Landlords…
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Royal Wedding guests to be served a bowl food instead of sitdown meal

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not have a sitdown meal at their wedding on Saturday but have opted for “bowl food” instead. Seasonal mini main courses will be served by waiters and waitresses to the 600 guests who will be standing in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle. Bowl food is becoming increasingly popular due to it being seen as more sociable. Guests will later feast on sweet and…
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