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The Cambridges lead royal procession on day Ascot relaxes its rules

Amid a heatwave, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their 2022 Royal Ascot debut as they led the Royal Family in a procession at the iconic horse race. The Duke was dressed in a top hat and tailcoat, while the Duchess opted for a polka dot dress by Alessandra Rich. She paired the dress with a hat featuring floral details by Sally-Ann Provan. To top off the look, the Duchess wore South-Sea…
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend memorial service for those who died at Grenfell Tower

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended a memorial service for those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire. Their Royal Highnesses first met with survivors and those who lost loved ones privately before the multi-faith service at the foot of Grenfell Tower. At the conclusion of the service, the Duke and Duchess laid a wreath with a card that said: “In remembrance of all those we…
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The Cambridges share their baking efforts for the Big Jubilee Lunch

It’s been a busy weekend for the Cambridge children, and on Sunday morning, as the United Kingdom gathered together for Big Jubilee Lunches, Kensington Palace shared new photos of the children making cakes for the street party in Wales. The Kensington Palace social media accounts shared a montage of photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis making…
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The special tributes from two future kings for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Two future kings paid tribute to Britain’s longest-serving monarch at Saturday night’s Platinum Party at the Palace, with her son, the Prince of Wales, thanking his mother for her “lifetime of selfless service” and her grandson, the Duke of Cambridge, focusing on the environmental changes over the past 70 years. Prince Charles delivered his speech as images selected by the royal himself…
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