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History Rewind: 'Wings' for The Duke of Edinburgh

<![CDATA[ On 4 May 1953, The Duke of Edinburgh received his wings. The Duke was awarded his pilot’s wings in a private ceremony that was held at Buckingham Palace. Air Chief Marshall Sir William Dickson, Chief of Air Staff, present The Prince with the award. Flight-Lieutenant Caryl Ramsay Gordon, Philip’s flying instructor, also was in attendance at the ceremony. He watched as the Duke…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles surprise newlyweds in Scotland

<![CDATA[Weddings are certainly a special day, but when The Prince of Wales makes a surprise appearance to wish the couple well and bestow a personal Royal approval, it becomes even more extraordinary. And this is why we love Prince Charles lol #RoyalWeddingCrasher Congrats to the happy couple Mr & Mrs Rooney pic.twitter.com/ibaAK1WpNH — PA Images (@PAImages) May 3…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall in Dorset for funeral of Mark Shand

<![CDATA[The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will be in Dorset on Thursday for the funeral of her brother Mark Shand, who died last month. The funeral will be at Holy Trinity Church in Stourpaine, near Blandford, close to where the Camilla’s sister Annabelle Elliot resides. It is the same place where Prince Charles, Camilla and Princes William and Harry, attended the service for The…
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The Sussexes

Prince Harry launches Invictus Games team selection

<![CDATA[Wounded, injured and sick service personnel welcomed Prince Harry to the recovery centre at Tedworth House on Tuesday. This was all in aid of the Invictus Games, the single biggest international sporting event for wounded soldiers. The Invictus Games will see 400 participants from 13 nations compete at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from the 10-14th September. Prince Harry was on…
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