CoronavirusPrince Charles and Camilla

Prince of Wales thanks London Tube staffers for pandemic work

The Prince of Wales joined the Mayor of London for a visit to the Transport for London’s Ashfield House training centre in West Kensington on Thursday morning to thank the staff who have been working throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The Transport for London network has been operational throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and, according to Clarence House, has been “helping enable NHS staff…
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British RoyalsThe CambridgesThe Sussexes

The Duke of Sussex honours young people during 2020 virtual Diana Award ceremony

The coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop the 2020 Diana Awards from happening, with the Duke of Sussex amongst the celebrities and changemakers who joined a virtual ceremony to honour inspirational young people on what would have been Diana, Princess of Wales’s 59th birthday. The Diana Award is the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts and…
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The Princess Royal celebrates special day for Westminster Abbey

The Princess Royal has recorded a reading for Westminster Abbey’s podcast celebrating the feast of its patron saint. Princess Anne gave a reading from the New Testament to mark St. Peter’s Day. The podcast was released on June 29th, the feast day itself, and is part of the regular Abbeycasts. Westminster Abbey wrote, “Saint Peter is the Abbey’s patron saint, and on St Peter’s…
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Royal Wedding Rewind: Prince Michael of Kent and Marie Christine von Reibnitz

On 30 June 1978, Prince Michael of Kent, the younger brother the Duke of Kent, wed Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz. Michael is the paternal first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, and Marie Christine is of German, Austrian and Hungarian noble descent. She is the only daughter of Silesian nobleman Baron Gunther von Reibnitz and his Austro-Hungarian wife, Countess Maria Szapáryde…
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