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Celebrations for the Middleton family as the Duchess of Cambridge's brother, James, marries in France

There were celebrations for the Cambridge family this weekend as the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother, James Middleton, married at an intimate ceremony in France. According to Hello! Magazine, James married his partner of three years, Alizée Thevenet, in her native homeland. The publication reports that both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were guests at the small ceremony, which had…
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The Duke of Cambridge marks 999 Day

The Duke of Cambridge celebrated Emergency Services Day with a visit to Dockhead Fire Station in South London, where he met with emergency responders and members of the public who have received life-saving support. The Kensington Royal social media accounts shared photos…
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The Duchess of Cambridge congratulates Emma Raducanu on her historic Grand Slam moment

The Duchess of Cambridge has already sent a good luck message to British tennis star, Emma Raducanu, ahead of her appearance in the US Open Final this weekend. Kate tweeted congratulations to the teenager following her semi final win against Maria Sakkari, a victory which saw the player become the first British woman to reach the US Open final in over fifty years. ”What an incredible…
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge "seriously considering" relocating to Windsor to be closer to The Queen

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are “seriously considering” relocating to Windsor and are looking at possible accommodation options. According to the Mail On Sunday, the Cambridge family are exploring the possibility of leaving their current home, Anmer Hall, for a residence closer to The Queen as the couple take on more senior roles. Anmer Hall is located on the Sandringham…
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The Duchess of Cambridge's Holocaust portraits on display in new Imperial War Museum exhibition

The Duchess of Cambridge photographed a series of moving portraits of two Holocaust survivors and their families in 2020 and now the public can view these photos in a new exhibit at London’s Imperial War Museum. “Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors” opened on 6 August at the museum, featuring more than 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their…
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