CoronavirusThe Cambridges

Prince William visits vaccination centre in Norfolk as nearly 18M receive first jab

On Monday, Prince William made his first in-person royal visit of the new year, visiting a vaccination centre in Norfolk. At the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, the Duke of Cambridge met with some people receiving the vaccine. He spoke with the National Health Service staff and volunteers about their experiences and what it’s like to be apart of the largest vaccination programme in…
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British RoyalsPrince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and Camilla make their first public visit of 2021 while Prince Philip is being treated in hospital

On Wednesday, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall thanked volunteers fighting the pandemic in their first public outing of 2021. During their visit, the Prince’s father, the Duke of Edinburgh, was under observation at King Edward VII Hospital in London for “precautionary measures.” A palace source said he had been feeling unwell for a few days, and it was not related…
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British RoyalsFeatures

A hat trick of royal babies for 2021

2021 is proving to be the year of royal babies for the British Royal Family. The Queen will have a hat trick of new great-grandchildren including Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s son, and the upcoming births of the children from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex…
FeaturesThe Sussexes

A Year in Review: The Sussex Exit

The 8th of January 2020 is a day that will not be forgotten in royal history. In an Instagram post, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would “step back as ‘senior’ members” of the British Royal Family. The announcement came with many questions. Where would the couple live? Would they chose the United Kingdom or move to North America to be closer to the…
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FeaturesHistoryPalaces & Buildings

Which kings are buried at Westminster Abbey?

Founded in 960, Westminster Abbey, or the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter at Westminster, is a mainly Gothic abbey church in the city of Westminster, London. Near the Thames and the Palace of Westminster, it is one of the United Kingdom’s most notable and recognizable religious buildings. A traditional place of coronation and burials for English monarchs, it has been the setting for…
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