State & Ceremonial

The Duchess of Cambridge's stylist receives an honour from Prince William at Buckingham Palace

The Duchess of Cambridge’s stylist and personal assistant, Natasha Archer, has been to Buckingham Palace to receive an honour from Prince William. Natasha, who has worked for Catherine for over six years, was awarded as a member of the Royal Victorian Order in the 2019 New Year Honours List. The Royal Victorian Order is awarded to individuals who have personally served the monarch with…
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BREAKING: State Visit to the UK by President Trump confirmed for June

Buckingham Palace has announced that the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, will make a State Visit to the United Kingdom in the first week of June. President Trump, accompanied by the US First Lady Melania Trump, will make their trip between June 3rd and June 5th 2019. The Queen has formally invited the couple to make a State Visit and the Royal Household confirmed on…
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State & Ceremonial

Who will The Queen appoint as her 14th Prime Minister?

Theresa May has announced her intention to leave office, saying she has no desire to continue as Prime Minister during the next stage of Brexit negotiations. As such, a leadership contest looms in the Conservative Party and unless a General Election is called, their new leader will also receive the keys to 10 Downing Street as Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. So, who will The…
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State & Ceremonial

New law calling for women to inherit hereditary titles passes first stage in Parliament

A bill calling for the law to be changed so that women can inherit titles and hereditary peerages has passed its first stage in the House of Commons. Conservative MP Philip Davies introduced a Ten Minute Rule motion in the Commons on Tuesday which called on the law to change so that hereditary titles aren’t exclusively passed down to men. NEW: MPs have approved Philip Davies’s Ten Minute…
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