The Kents

The Duke of Kent and the Scots Guards

On the 27th February, HRH Prince Edward, Duke of Kent will visit 1st Battalion Scots Guards, who are currently in Cyprus on deployment as part of a peacekeeping mission. The Duke is Colonel of the Scots Guard – who are a regiment of Foot Guards within the British Army – a post he has held since 1974. Her Majesty The Queen is Colonel-in-Chief of the regiment. The Scots Guards were…
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The Windsor Week: royal support for the work of care homes

The support given to people across the UK by care homes has been highlighted this week by two royal visits. The Countess of Wessex toured a new facility in Hampshire while Princess Alexandra popped into a long established facility in Surrey with very old royal links to celebrate its volunteers. Sophie spent Tuesday in Winchester where she officially opened the new home and dementia service, Shared…
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Lady Gabriella Windsor to marry in St George's Chapel in Windsor

Lady Gabriella Windsor, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, is to marry next year at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle. Photo Copyright: Laura McCallen / Royal Central Lady Gabriella is engaged to marry her to her long-term boyfriend Thomas Kingston. Their upcoming wedding will be the third marriage to take place in St George’s Chapel in less than a…
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The Royal Family attend The Queen’s Christmas dinner at Buckingham Palace

The Queen hosted her traditional pre-Christmas dinner at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday for members of The Royal Family. Senior royals and extended members of Her Majesty’s family are invited to Her Majesty’s Christmas dinner each year at Buckingham Palace – a rare…
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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 been the…
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