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The Duke of Kent marks the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

The Duke of Kent has attended a Drumhead Service in the gardens of the Palace of Holyrood in Edinburgh to mark the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. The Queen is Colonel-in-Chief and The Duke is Deputy Colonel-in-Chief of the Regiment. Embed from Getty Images A Drumhead Service is a Christian Service that is traditionally held for Army personnel in the…
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The early life of the Duchess of Kent - from minor aristocracy to becoming one of the most respected royals

She has long been one of the most popular and well respected members of the Royal Family, even thought she stepped back from public life many years ago. The Duchess of Kent is held in warm regard by many and her calm demeanour and devotion to charitable causes turned her into a cornerstone of the House of Windsor in the late 20th century. However, her early life gave no indication of the royal…
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The Duke of Kent says he hopes "football is coming home" ahead of England's match against Italy

The Duke of Kent has sent his best wishes to England’s football team ahead of their European Championships final match against Italy on Sunday evening. Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, the 85-year-old Duke said his thoughts are “with the England squad at Wembley and hoping against hope that it is indeed ‘coming home.’” The Duke of Kent was previously president of the…
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The Duke of Kent and Wimbledon, in photos

The Duke of Kent is retiring as President of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. It means we’ll no longer see the Queen’s cousin handing over the trophies at the club’s most famous event, Wimbledon. As he prepares to step back from a role he has made his own, Royal Central recalls the long and happy relationship between the Duke of Kent and Centre Court. Embed from…
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