The Kents

Before they were royal: the life of the Duchess of Kent

Born Katharine Lucy Mary Worsley on 22 February 1933, she would one day become a much-loved member of the Royal Family, as the Duchess of Kent, but now we take a look at her life before her marriage to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. Katharine is the youngest child and only daughter of Sir William Worsley, 4th Baronet, of whom she is said to have been very close to, and Joyce Morgan Brunner. She…
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CoronavirusThe Wessexes

Edward and Sophie lead thanks for council workers during pandemic

The Earl and Countess of Wessex have released a short video honouring the “unsung” Local Resilience Forums in Wessex for their work during the pandemic. The video, which was shared on the Royal Family’s Twitter account Thursday, was part of a larger #ThankfulThursday post by the Royal Family to thank key workers at councils who are responding to the pandemic in their…
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The Kents

VIDEO: Princess Alexandra sends her good wishes in rare video message

Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy, has recorded a special video message sending her best wishes to the Alzheimer’s Society. Her Royal Highness recorded the message for the 2020 Alzheimer’s Society People Awards which in ordinary times would have been held at St James’s Palace. The 83-year-old has been Royal Patron of the Alzheimer’s Society since 1990 and…
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Prince Charles speaks of missing Ireland

Since 2015, Prince Charles had made visiting Ireland an annual tradition but because of the coronavirus pandemic, Charles will not be able to make his yearly trip. In a statement published the British Embassy in Dublin, the Prince – on behalf of him and his wife – sent a message of support to the people of Ireland. “My wife and I cherish such special memories of our visit…
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