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The Queen is joined by the Duke of Kent for Trooping the Colour at Windsor Castle

The Queen has been joined by her cousin, the Duke of Kent, for Trooping the Colour at Windsor Castle. The event, which has been scaled back for a second consecutive year, was held in the Quadrangle to celebrate the monarch’s 95th birthday. The Queen travelled from Cornwall overnight via the Royal Train to attend the ceremony, after hosting world leaders at the G7 Summit on…
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The Duke of Kent to accompany The Queen at Trooping The Colour so she will not be alone

The Duke of Kent will accompany The Queen at this year’s scaled down Trooping The Colour ceremony so the 95-year-old monarch will not be alone following the death of Prince Philip in April. Although the Duke of Edinburgh has not attended Trooping for a number of years, he always took a keen interest in the event, and was known to watch on television. Last year, the parade to mark the…
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Who is Prince Michael of Kent, cousin to The Queen?

Prince Michael (b. 4 July 1942) is the younger brother of the Duke of Kent and paternal first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. As a five-year-old, he was a pageboy at the wedding of the then Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. He was educated at Sunningdale School and Eton, before entering the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, during his life he has always been active in learning languages and…
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The Duke of Kent sends special message to Royal National Lifeboat Institution

The Duke of Kent recorded a special New Year’s message for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, an organisation of which he is President and which has enjoyed a royal patron since its founding in 1824. Prince Edward’s video message was uploaded to the Royal Family social media accounts and reads: “We look back on a year in which every member of the RNLI will have been constrained…
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