The Cambridges

Is the reason behind "workshy" Prince William his air ambulance job?

Prince William has recently come under fire being called “lazy” and “workshy” because he has only carried out two royal engagements so far in 2016, this being on top of his part-time job as an air ambulance pilot. In defence of the future king, Kensington Palace sources have said the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has rules on rest periods, therefore William is not allowed…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Drinks are on Prince Charles: The prince offers to buy flood-stricken town a pint

Weather does not discriminate; a fact Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall know all too well. The gardens of their Scottish home, Birkhall were swept away by floods, destroying 14 years of restoration work just after this past Christmas.  Cheering crowds greeted the royal pair in sunny Stamford Bridge in east Yorkshire on Thursday. The current scene was a stark contrast to the torrential rains…
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The Queen

Queen to visit London's Crossrail construction site

The Queen will pay a trip to Europe’s largest construction project next week when she visits the Crossrail works at London’s Bond Street. Her Majesty is due to make the 26m descent underground to see the ongoing building of brand new ticket halls that are…
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The Duchess of Cambridge becomes patron of the Anna Freud Centre

While the world focussed on the #YoungMindsMatter campaign, the Duchess of Cambridge was already looking ahead to her future patronages in supporting children’s mental health. As she spearheaded her #YoungMindsMatter crusade with the help of the Huffington Post UK, The Duchess of Cambridge also became patron of the Anna Freud Centre yesterday. To showcase her continued, personal support of…
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Prince William makes controversial speech to Foreign Office diplomats

Prince William has given a speech to British diplomats at the Foreign Office in London, a speech that many are calling an intervention in the upcoming referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union. In his speech, the future king said: “In an increasingly turbulent world, our ability to unite in common action with other nations is essential. It is the bedrock of our security and…
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