British RoyalsThe Kents

The Royal Family’s links to Freemasonry

It is often dubbed as one of the world’s most secret societies – the world ofFreemasonry. 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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The Cambridges

William and Kate criticised for using ‘live animals as decorations’

Animal rights pressure group PETA has criticised the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the use of live reindeer during their royal train tour of the United Kingdom. At the second stop of their 1,200 mile tour of the country, Their Royal Highnesses were treated to the sight of three reindeer in Berwick-upon-Tweed. Kensington Palace arranged for Rent A Reindeer to bring three of their animals…
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CoronavirusThe Cambridges

Royal Train Tour Recap: Day One

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge began their whistle-stop tour of the United Kingdom on Monday, with stops in Scotland and England as they travelled across the country to thank frontline and key workers who have served their communities throughout the pandemic. Embed…
The Cambridges

New joint patronage for William and Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have become joint patrons of NHS Charities Together which supports and champions charities across the National Health Service. William and Kate’s new roles will see them give their backing to the work of the organisation which includes 240 charities that provide extra funding and services to the NHS, on top of the core services already offered. Its work…
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CoronavirusThe Cambridges

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to board Royal Train for three-day tour

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to board the Royal Train for a three-day trip across the United Kingdom to visit communities and celebrate those who have been working hard throughout the pandemic in their areas. Kensington Palace announced the news on Saturday evening, noting that William and Kate will make stops in England, Wales, and Scotland to “pay tribute to the incredible work…
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