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Belgium's Princess Eléonore forced to move to new secondary school

Princess Eléonore will soon start secondary school, but not where she’d been previously studying due to a rule change within the school district. The Brussels Times reports that the 12-year-old princess, who’d been studying at the Saint-Jan Berchmans College in Brussels, will now have to find a new school as the Belgian Royal Family lives too far away from their choice. The newspaper…
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The Duchess of Cornwall shares summer reading list

The Duchess of Cornwall has released her summer reading list to ‘provide a bit of escapism’ to readers. Her reading list includes mysteries, classics and contemporary works, and Camilla said in a statement: “I am delighted to share a few more of my favourite books. At present, it might be ambitious to describe them as ‘beach reads,’ but I very much hope they provide a welcome bit of…
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The Duchess of Cambridge spearheads donation of over 10,000 items to baby banks in the UK

The Duchess of Cambridge has spearheaded a new initiative to bring together British retailers and brands to donate over 10,000 items to baby banks in the United Kingdom. On Tuesday, Kate delivered supplies to Baby Basics UK in Sheffield. In total, her new initiative will see more than 40 baby banks receive new supplies. Baby banks help new parents who may be living in vulnerable situations to…
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The Duke of Cambridge hosts FA Cup celebration for key frontline workers

The Duke of Cambridge hosted a special watch party for frontline carers to mark the Heads Up FA Cup Final on Saturday. William, who couldn’t attend the match in person and present the trophy—which he normally does as the Football Association President—instead welcomed frontline carers, local football fans and members of the Heads Up campaign to a watch party at the Sandringham Estate in…
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