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The Queen's weekly audience with Boris Johnson to be conducted over the telephone for foreseeable future

The Queen’s weekly audiences with Prime Minister Boris Johnson are to be held over the telephone for the forseeable future. The development comes as the monarch, who turns 94-years-old next month, decamped to Windsor away from the hustle-and-bustle of Central London during the coronavirus pandemic. i-Images/Pool Mr Johnson is unlikely to make the journey to Windsor every week to…
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Queen Margrethe: ''we can create new hope in a difficult time''

The Queen of Denmark has told her people that coronavirus has created a frightening situation and a new reality for many. But in a live TV address, Margrethe II added that everyone had the power to break the chain of illness created by Covid-19 and ”create new hope in a difficult time”. Queen Margrethe gave her address on March 17th 2020, just days after Denmark closed its borders…
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Prince Albert announces new restrictive measures against coronavirus in new address to the Monégasque people

On 17 March, Prince Albert held a fourth working meeting at the Princely Palace to evaluate the coronavirus crisis in Monaco. The meeting was attended by the members of his government, the members of the Prince’s Cabinet, the President of the National Council, the Mayor of Monaco as well as the representatives of the health services of the Monegasque Administration for an inventory of the…
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The Queen to head to Windsor as major changes to royal life are announced

Buckingham Palace has announced major changes to the royal diary for the coming months as coronavirus continues to spread across the UK. The Queen and her family have had to cancel garden parties and investitures while huge events, including Trooping the Colour, are now in doubt. In a short statement issued on Tuesday afternoon, the Royal Household said that ”’In consultation with…
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