CoronavirusThe Wessexes

Earl of Wessex visits school opened by his late father

The Earl of Wessex carried out a number of engagements over the past week, ranging from thanking COVID-19 vaccination centre volunteers to meeting young people taking part in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Perhaps the most poignant engagement was Edward’s visit to Christ’s College and Pond Meadow schools in Guildford, Surrey, which was officially opened by his late father, Prince Philip…
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CoronavirusThe Cambridges

The Duchess of Cambridge promises four-year-old girl she will wear a 'pink princess costume' when they meet

The Duchess of Cambridge released a phone call she held with a young girl at the centre of a Hold Still portrait chosen for exhibition last summer, and featuring in a new book of still released this week. Kate shared a video snippet of her telephone call with Mila Sneddon, a four-year-old girl living with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, who had to shield away from her father and older sister…
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British RoyalsCoronavirusPrince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles launches COVID-19 appeal for India

The Prince of Wales has sent a message of support to the people of India, who are in the midst of one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in the world and launched an appeal to raise funds for the hard-hit country. Prince Charles’s message, released by Clarence House, reads: “For well over a year the pandemic has had a devastating impact on so many of us around the world. This week, I have…
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CoronavirusThe Queen

The Queen telephones the Archbishop of Canterbury to discuss the Church's response to the pandemic

The Queen held a telephone audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday. As Sovereign, Her Majesty is also styled as Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. During the call, Justin Welby updated the monarch on how the Church of England has been coping during the pandemic. Welby tweeted a picture of himself on the phone with Her Majesty and wrote…
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