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The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge both struggle with motion sickness

Being a royal might seem like a glamorous job but there are some downsides to it. For the Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge, that happens to be motion sickness. Embed from Getty Images The monarch, 93 and the Duchess, 37 are said to both suffer from motion sickness. With many events requiring Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness to travel in a carriage, it’s believed this is a regular…
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83-year-old woman seriously ill after incident involving Prince William's convoy

An 83-year-old woman is seriously ill after being involved in an incident with a motorcycle which formed part of the Duke of Cambridge’s convoy. According to The Sun, the grandmother came to be injured after colliding with a police motorcycle which was escorting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Witnesses say the bike was on the wrong side of the road directing traffic when the incident…
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The Duchess of Cambridge's message of support for Children's Hospice Week

The Duchess of Cambridge has urged everyone to make the most of the time they have with their families as she penned an emotional letter of support for Children’s Hospice Week. Kate, who is patron of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice, spoke of her admiration for those caring for families facing what she called ”the toughest of futures” and called on people to thank…
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The Duchess of Cambridge speaks of her passion for Action on Addiction

The Duchess of Cambridge attended the first annual gala dinner in support of Addiction Awareness Week last night. Embed from Getty Images Addiction Awareness Week “aims to provide a platform to discuss the many elements of addiction, to engage with people and families affected, and to raise public awareness,” per Kensington Palace, and Kate attended the gala dinner in her role as Patron of…
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