British RoyalsPrincess Anne and Family

Princess Anne visits Longhope Lifeboat Museum

Princess Anne paid tribute to those lost in the Longhope Lifeboat Disaster on Friday afternoon. The Princess Royal made a flying visit to the Hoy after she was unable to attend the 50th-anniversary commemorations of the disaster back in March. On a day with heavy showers, school children were there to greet the royal as she arrived at the Longhope Lifeboat Museum. Anne had spent time…
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British Royals

Man sentenced for sending fake poison letter to The Queen

A self-styled “Muslim Slayer” has been sentenced to 12 years and six months in prison. This comes after David Parnham, 36, sent fake poison to The Queen with a letter saying “The Clowns R Coming 4 You.” In the past, Parnham has sent similar notes to former PM Theresa May and two bishops. A “Punish a Muslim Day” hate mail was also sent by Parnham, encouraging…
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What inspired the Duchess of Sussex's wedding makeup?

It’s been just over a year since the Duchess of Sussex said her famous “I-Do’s” to Prince Harry. While the wedding was last year, people can’t help but to still talk about the Duchess’s bridal hair and makeup. While Meghan is all over Pinterest as an inspiration to brides around the world, it turns out she actually used the platform to help her plan her…
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Princess Anne visits West Cumbria

Starting off July on a busy note, Princess Anne had two engagements in West Cumbria earlier this week. The Princess Royal opened The Whitehaven Campus, which combines Mayfield School with St Benedict’s Catholic High School. A £30 million campus, the site had opened…
The CambridgesThe Queen

The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge both struggle with motion sickness

Being a royal might seem like a glamorous job but there are some downsides to it. For the Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge, that happens to be motion sickness. Embed from Getty Images The monarch, 93 and the Duchess, 37 are said to both suffer from motion sickness. With many events requiring Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness to travel in a carriage, it’s believed this is a regular…
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