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Future of George IV's famous home on hold because of coronavirus

Transition plans for Brighton’s famed Royal Pavilion, the seaside pleasure palace built by King George IV, are now in limbo due to the coronavirus crisis. Last month it was announced the Royal Pavilion & Museums, which are currently run by Brighton and Hove City Council, would be taken over by a charitable trust April 1, but those plans have been delayed because of the current…
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The Queen's guards perform Bon Jovi's 'Livin' on a Prayer' outside Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s guards performed a special medley of Bon Jovi hits on Friday morning outside of Buckingham Palace. The Band of the Household Guard performed some of the rock band’s most famous tunes, including Livin’ on a Prayer, It’s My Life and You Give Love A Bad Name. 🎺Guard Change at Buckingham Palace!Today the @ScotsGuardsBand played a special @BonJovi medley to…
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Embarrassment at Buckingham Palace as The Royal Family's official website links to pornography page with live sex shows

There is embarrassment at Buckingham Palace tonight after The Royal Family’s official website accidentally sent readers to a Chinese pornography site broadcasting live sex shows. The website’s charity page, which lists the different patronages members of The Royal Family are connected to, often hyperlinks to external websites. However, when clicking on the link of a Welsh charity…
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Kensington Palace to bring royal history to life with after-hours theatre

Theatregoers with a taste for royal history are in for a treat when theatre company Les Enfants Terribles, in conjunction with Historic Royal Palaces, present the show United Queendom at quite an unusual venue: a royal palace. Kensington Palace will open its doors after dark from February 28 through March 30 for the special performances of the play, which focuses on the relationship between…
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