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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's South West Visit: Day Two

The second part of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall’s visit to the South West for 2020 was all about celebrating those who have worked so hard for their local communities during the coronavirus pandemic. On two stops in Cornwall, the royal couple heard about the challenges faced and the solutions found over the past months and passed on their personal thanks to who helped others. Day two…
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Killed in battle: Prince Maurice of Battenberg

Prince Maurice of Battenberg was Queen Victoria’s grandson, as he was the son of Victoria’s daughter, Princess Beatrice and her husband, Prince Henry of Battenberg. Prince Maurice of Battenberg was born at Balmoral Castle in 1891 and grew up in Great Britain. His elder sister, Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg married Alfonso XIII of Spain and was Queen Consort of Spain between 1906 and…
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The hidden meanings in Princess Beatrice's wedding flowers

It was a secret wedding that was all over before we even knew it was on. Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took us all by surprise by marrying discreetly at Windsor on July 17th 2020. The bride and groom emerged from their ceremony beneath a huge arch of bloom, mirroring the shades in Beatrice’s bouquet. And the flowers carried by the princess for her marriage at the Royal Chapel…
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Jewels for July: Britain's Famous Rubies

The Royal family has many notable pieces of jewellery in its collection. While Royal Central has covered different parts of the vast collection, this month Royal Central is looking at Britain’s famous rubies. Considered one of the traditional cardinal gems along with amethyst, sapphire, emerald, and diamond, the ruby is known as the birthstone for July. The word “ruby” itself…
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