Palaces & Buildings

Buckingham Palace suffers damage during UK storm

Buckingham Palace appeared to have suffered minor damage during the UK storm, named “St Jude”, that caused nationwide chaos and brought parts ofthe United Kingdom’s travel networkto a standstill. The storm, which battered Britain on Sunday night and into Monday morning, caused some minor damage to the Palace,according to the Daily Express, but nothing too…
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Buckingham Palace closes to visitors in preparation for The Queen's return to London

Buckingham Palace closes to visitors today in preparation for Her Majesty The Queen’s return to London next week. The Queen, who has spent the last two months at Balmoral Castle, will return to Buckingham Palace after her engagements on 1st October in Aberdeen. For the last two months, Buckingham Palace has been open to the general public to visit and look through the 19 state rooms the…
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Palaces & Buildings

Highgrove Shop sells havens for hedgehogs

From hen houses to bee hives, organic preserves to shortbread, the Highgrove Shop sells exclusive products that often reflect the personal interests of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. The latest product on offer is an “ethically grown cedar” hedgehog house, which is available in two colours – light blue and dark green, and retails for £95 on the Highgrove online shop.  Inspired by…
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Royal baby footman leaves the country

Badar Azim who recently displayed Prince George’s birth announcement on the easel has left the UK. On the evening Prince George’s birth was announced, his face was spread across the globe but now Badar Azim, the footman who placed the birth announcement on the easel, has left the country. According to a insider, Azim’s visa had run out just days after he placed the announcement…
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