The Edinburghs

The Duchess of Edinburgh and South Korea's President talk science

The Duchess of Edinburgh took the reins of day two of the South Korean State Visit by hosting the President of South Korea at the Royal Society in London. It was another high-profile engagement for President Toon Suk Yeol and his wife, First Lady Kim Keon, as they continued their visit and meeting members of the Royal Family. Embed from Getty Images The Duchess joined the President as they…
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King Charles III

A 75th birthday celebration fit for a King

It’s not every day one turns 75, but when one does, it’s a time for a grand celebration. It was a celebration fit for a king, in this case, as King Charles marked his 75th birthday. Embed from Getty Images The birthday celebrations began early in the week with a tea party at Highgrove, where His Royal Highness met with people and institutions who were also celebrating a milestone…
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History

The story behind the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior

At the main entrance of Westminster Abbey lies the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, the body of an unknown British soldier from the First World War. On 11 November 1920, the body was brought from France to be buried at The Abbey. While there is one body that lies in The Abbey…
Prince & Princess of Wales

Prince William puts climate crisis centre stage at the third Earthshot Prize Awards

For the third year in a row, the Prince of Wales is recognising young people and their contributions to environmentalism at the Earthshot Prize Awards—an annual event honouring five winners and granting them £1 million to continue their environmental work. During this year’s event in Singapore, the Prince said he believed this is the decade for collective action to protect the…
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British Royals

Why are William and Catherine known as Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland?

Many know Prince William and Catherine as the Prince and Princess of Wales. In Scotland, many know them under a different name – the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay. Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022, William immediately assumed the traditional title of an heir to the throne of England and became Duke of Cornwall. For the first day following the accession of King…
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