British RoyalsCoronavirusThe Cambridges

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate Canadian frontline workers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a Zoom call with Canadian healthcare workers as a way to mark Canada Day, Canada’s national holiday. The Royal Family YouTube page posted the seven-minute video with the description that William and Kate wanted to “thank staff at Fraser Health’s Surrey Memorial Hospital in British Columbia, and frontline workers across Canada for their efforts in…
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Who was Diana, Princess of Wales?

On the 59th anniversary of Diana, Princess of Wales’s birth, Royal Central takes a look back at the life of a remarkable woman who would become known as the ‘People’s Princess’. Diana Frances Spencer was born on 1 July 1961 at Park House within the royal Sandringham Estate. She was the fourth child to be welcomed by John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer and his wife, Frances…
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British RoyalsThe Yorks

Princess Eugenie shares photo of her scoliosis scar

Princess Eugenie has shared a new photo of her scoliosis surgical scar on her Instagram account to recognise International Scoliosis Awareness Day. “Today is International Scoliosis Awareness Day,” she wrote in the post shared on June 27th 2020. “I just wanted to share my scar and encourage anyone out there who’s gone through something similar to share theirs with me. Let’s be proud…
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The Queen praises dedication to duty on Armed Forces Day

The Queen has sent a message of thanks to mark Armed Forces Day in which she praised personnel and veterans for their dedication and spoke of the way both serving and past members ‘contribute’ to life across the UK. The message, signed Elizabeth R., was sent on behalf of the Queen and Prince Philip and was shared on the morning of June 27th 2020, this year’s Armed Forces Day.
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