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Princess Anne speaks of the lesson we can all still learn from Edith Cavell, 100 years after her execution

The Princess Royal has spoken of the example that Edith Cavell, who was executed 100 years ago this week, still provides for healthcare professionals around the world. Embed from Getty Images Speaking at a special event held at the Belgian Senate on the centenary of Edith Cavell’s death, Princess Anne said that the British nurse broke new ground in healthcare and was a pioneer as well as a…
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The Royal Association: Princess Anne - Scottish Rugby Union

In their roles as the leaders of the nation, the members of the Royal Family are involved with some charities across the UK. Since the 18th century, the Royal Family have been associated with the charities of their choice. Between them, they currently hold 3,000 patronages of charitable organisations. Princess Anne pictured here during a visit to Tameside Carers Centre, in Audenshaw. As an active…
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Happy Birthday Princess Anne: 10 facts about The Princess Royal

Happy Birthday to Princess Anne, who was born today in 1950. 10 Facts about Princess Anne 1. The Princess was born at 11:50 am at Clarence House. 2. Her full title is: Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise, Princess Royal, Royal Lady of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Extra Lady of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, Dame Grand Cross and Grand Master of…
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Princess Anne unveils statue dedicated to The Great War in Hampshire town

The First World War was one of the most devastating conflicts in history. Over six million soldiers from the United Kingdom fought in the war and contributed massively to the country’s victory. But it was not just the men who helped win battles – around 1.3 million horses and mules were involved in the conflict, and used as the primary means of transporting men and equipment.
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