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Prince Edward admits he sometimes forgets he's now the Duke of Edinburgh

In poignant comments, Prince Edward had admitted he sometimes forgets he now holds the title which belonged to his beloved father for so many years. Speaking as he marked his 60th birthday, the new Duke of Edinburgh says he sometimes attends events where he sees name cards bearing his title and thinks ‘yes, but where am I sitting?’ The Duke shared his thoughts with Alan…
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A royal trolley service as the Duke of Edinburgh joins volunteers to serve up hospital lunch

The Duke of Edinburgh rolled up his sleeves and dished out lunch to patients at a London hospital as he met volunteers working towards the award his father set up. Prince Edward, who is patron of the Duke of Edinburgh charity, joined young people volunteering at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to share their experiences. The Duke helped prepare the lunch service before…
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New titles, same old work ethic: the year for the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh

In many ways, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh are a bed rock of the Royal Family: the steadfast couple who carries out daily engagements, travels the world, and represents King Charles III at state and ceremonial events. Embed from Getty Images This year, they gained new titles: from the Earl and Countess of Wessex to the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh—their long-promised titles coming to…
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Ahoy! The Duchess of Edinburgh helps retire HM The Queen Lifeboat at Windsor Castle

The Duchess of Edinburgh joined the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) as another reminder of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign came to an end at Windsor Castle. The Duchess oversaw the retirement and handover of the lifeboat, RNLB Her Majesty The Queen, and the end of her operational duty. The Mersey class all-weather lifeboat was named on 16 July 1993 by Her Late Majesty at Ramsgate…
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