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Duchess of Cambridge appears on Blue Peter with young Back to Nature design winner

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared on Thursday evening’s episode of the CBBC television show Blue Peter to reveal the winner of her Back to Nature contest and tour the RHS Wisley garden with the winner and runners up. The contest, announced during Kate’s last appearance on Blue Peter in June, allowed one lucky youngster the chance to design a garden element – a sculpture – for the…
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The big royal wedding anniversaries of 2019

While all anniversaries are special to the couple involved, some get far more attention than others. The biggies, the landmarks, the ones ending in a 5 or a zero usually get everyone reminiscing and that’s never more true than with a royal wedding. In 2019, regal…

Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Queen Sonja mark the completion of royal sculpture park

Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, marked this Tuesday, the arrival of the last new sculptures in Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s Sculpture Park in the Palace Park by the Royal Palace in Oslo. The Princess was accompanied by her grandmother, Her Majesty Queen Sonja. The ceremony also marked the completion of the park. Her Majesty the Queen and Her Royal Highness Princess…
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New photo of Archie accompanies Meghan's birthday wishes to Harry

” The best husband and most amazing dad to our son”. This personal message is just part of the birthday message to the Duke of Sussex shared by his wife as Prince Harry turns 35. The special words are part of a celebration posted on the Sussex Royal Instagram page which also includes a new photo of Archie. Prince Harry is shown smiling at his son who is nestling on the lap of the…
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Royal touch at Epcot in Disney World

I know what you are thinking. Of course Disney World has a royal touch! It is marked by the giant castle belonging to Cinderella. However, a real royal left his mark in the Epcot park. This was King Hassan II of Morocco, who personally sent craftsmen and artisans to help…
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The Princess Royal and MND Scotland

As an ALS/MND advocate, I wanted to highlight the Princess Royal’s work with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) Scotland in the United Kingdom as it is a cause extremely close to my heart; MND is the British term for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The Princess Royal at the opening of the Clayton Lodge on 4 July 2019. Photo Courtesy of MND Scotland The…
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