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Rebecca Deacon, the Duchess of Cambridge's private secretary, married on Saturday

Rebecca Deacon, the Duchess of Cambridge’s private secretary and right-hand woman, got married to fiancé Adam Priestley on Saturday 25th March in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace, an exclusive venue only available to those with a personal connection to the Royal Family. Embed from Getty Images Royal Central reported exclusively earlier this month that the former Miss Deacon is…
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Who was Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg?

On 5 January 1921, Jean Benoît Guillaume Robert Antoine Louis Marie Adolphe Marc d’Aviano, or the then Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, was born in Berg Castle in central Luxembourg to Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg and Prince Félix. He had four younger…

The pressure of working for the Royal Family

As Royal Central announced that the Duchess of Cambridge would be losing her Private Secretary, Rebecca Deacon, many volunteered themselves as tribute in her place. Although we all know that the chances of an outsider being picked for the job are unlikely, what would it be like to take on the role (or any role for the Royal Family)? Ms Deacon has worked for the Royal Family for ten years, and…
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Was Prince Philip significant in banning women from serving on the Royal Yacht Britannia?

Kelli Finger offers her insight towards the rumours that Prince Philip played a significant role in banning women from serving on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Back in 1975, the Princess Royal was Chief Commandant of women, (Wrens), of the Navy. So it’s unusual that her father, the Duke of Edinburgh, as discussed by the Daily Mail this past weekend was instrumental in banning women from serving…
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Who is Princess Estelle of Sweden?

Her Royal Highness Princess Estelle Silvia Ewa Mary was born on 23 February 2012 at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, Sweden, to Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden. Her birth was celebrated with 21-gun salutes in Stockholm. Her name and title of Duchess of Östergötland were announced the next day by her grandfather, King Carl XVI Gustaf during a cabinet meeting. After…
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