Prince Charles and Camilla

Duchess of Cornwall writes op-ed on domestic violence and the lockdown

The Duchess of Cornwall is urging anyone that’s worried about a loved one or friend that could be suffering from domestic violence to “reach in” and help them, especially amid the pandemic. Writing in The Guardian, Camilla cited statistics showing a sharp increase in domestic violence since March, adding that cases globally are escalating by 20%. More than a third of…
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Prince Charles celebrates special anniversary for largest Hindu Temple in UK

On Thursday, Prince Charles joined Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, among other leaders, to mark the 25th anniversary of the first Hindu temple in the western hemisphere, the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in London. In its 25 years, the temple has become a centre for community events and service, worship, and festivals. In the borough of Brent, the temple has been visited by several world…
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The Duchess of Sussex at 39: Her life so far

The Duchess of Sussex, formerly known as Meghan Markle, is an American-born member of the British Royal Family, a philanthropist, and a former actress. From growing up in California to marrying Prince Harry, in honour of her 39th birthday, Royal Central is taking a look back at the Duchess’s life so far. Growing Up Rachel Meghan Markle was born on 4 August 1981 in Los Angeles…
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Royal Wedding Rewind: Prince Michael of Kent and Marie Christine von Reibnitz

On 30 June 1978, Prince Michael of Kent, the younger brother the Duke of Kent, wed Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz. Michael is the paternal first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, and Marie Christine is of German, Austrian and Hungarian noble descent. She is the only daughter of Silesian nobleman Baron Gunther von Reibnitz and his Austro-Hungarian wife, Countess Maria Szapáryde…
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