British RoyalsCoronavirusThe Cambridges

The Duchess of Cambridge views outdoor exhibit of Hold Still portraits in London

The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out to view an outdoor exhibit of images from the Hold Still portraits that captured everyday moments of life during the coronavirus pandemic in the UK. Embed from Getty Images Joined by her husband, Kate travelled to Waterloo in south London to view a selection of portraits and to meet with the subject of one photograph, Sami Massalami Mohammed…
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The Queen

Meet Ella Slack - the woman who has stood in for The Queen as her body double for over three decades

The Queen conducts hundreds of engagements every year and has undertaken tens of thousands in her lifetime – many of which have been televised. So it might not surprise you to learn that many of these engagements are rehearsed in advance of the actual visit to ensure everything runs smootly for the royal party. At rehearsals, one particular lady, pensioner Ella Slack, has been tasked with being…
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Most intriguing places named after The Queen

While it is not uncommon for royals, especially The Queen, to have places named after them, some places are more interesting to be named after one of the longest-reigning monarchs in history. So, what are some of the most intriguing things named after Her Majesty? Royal Central takes a look. Princess Elizabeth Land in Antartica While seeing places named after The Queen is expected in the UK…
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10 facts about Mike Tindall

As Mike Tindall celebrates his birthday today, learn more about the husband of Zara Tindall and son-in-law to the Princes Royal. Michael James Tindall was born on 18 October 1978 in Otley, West Yorkshire to Philip Tindall and Linda Shepherd. His father was a banker for…
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The Queen makes unprecedented move to pardon murderer who foiled terrorist with narwhal tusk

The Queen is to pardon a convicted murder who saved countless lives after helping to stop a terrorist attack whilst on day release. Steven Gallant risked his life last November after tackling a terrorist with a narwhal tusk at Fishmongers’ Hall. In an unprecedented move, The Queen has used a Royal Prerogative of Mercy to pardon Gallant – releasing him from prison ten months…
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