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The Royal Family's links to Freemasonry

It is often dubbed as one of the world’s most secret societies – the world of Freemasonry. From covert handshakes to Masonic rituals, mystery surrounds the organisation which has connections to the British Royal Family. Many members of The Royal Family are rumoured to be Freemasons, although only two current royals are publicly known to be part of the society. The Duke of Kent has…
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Who is Princess Michael of Kent?

Today we’ll explore the life of Princess Michael of Kent. She is the wife of Prince Michael and was born Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz in Sudetenland (now in the Czech Republic) on 15 January 1945. Baroness Marie Christine’s parents were Baron Günther…
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BREAKING: Princess Michael "very sorry" for wearing blackamoor brooch to Palace

Princess Michael of Kent is “very sorry and distressed” following accusations of racism after she was pictured wearing a blackamoor brooch to Buckingham Palace when meeting Meghan Markle for the first time. Embed from Getty Images Her Royal Highness’s spokesperson said that the Princess is very sorry, and added that she has worn the brooch many times in the past without…
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Princess Michael of Kent embroiled in racism storm

On Wednesday, The Queen hosted around 50 members of her family at Buckingham Palace for her annual pre-Christmas lunch before she and Prince Philip set off to Sandringham until mid-February. This year, an extra buzz was in the air as the bride-to-be, Meghan Markle joined…
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Concerns raised after Prince and Princess Michael are ambushed outside restaurant

Concerns have been raised after Prince and Princess Michael of Kent were ambushed outside a Mayfair restaurant. The Queen’s cousin and his wife were leaving a restaurant after a night out when they were approached by beggars asking the couple for spare money. According to the Daily Mail, the 75-year-old Prince handed one woman a £10 note. However, this then triggered an assemble of other…
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The Prince of Wales leads the nation in remembrance at the Cenotaph

The Prince of Wales led the nation in remembrance at the Cenotaph on Sunday as thousands of people gathered at the memorial to honour those killed in wars and conflicts past and present. Prince Charles laid a wreath on behalf of his mother, The Queen, who this year watched the ceremony from the balcony of the Foreign Office alongside her husband, The Duke of Edinburgh. After the heir-to-the-throne…
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