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The Prince of Wales thanks Britain's Armed Forces in Christmas message

The Prince of Wales gave his thanks to Britain’s Armed Forced in a special Christmas message. The video was taken at Highgrove House, where the Prince and the Duchess of Cornwall are spending the Christmas holiday. During his video message, the Prince praised the armed forces’ efforts. “As we near the end of this most extraordinary and difficult of years,I…
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Royal Family Christmas Cards through the years

Through the years, the Royal Family has often sent out holiday cards featuring new or rare photos of themselves and their families. Royal Central is taking a look at the tradition that dates back to the days of King George V and Queen Mary. 1914 King George V and Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandparents, sent this greeting to troops fighting in World War I. The card reads…
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Duchess of Cornwall encourages people to reach out to isolated elders this holiday season

The Duchess of Cornwall wrote an article about the importance of reaching out to the elderly community during the holidays this year. In an exclusive article for The Telegraph’s Stella magazine, Camilla wrote about receiving a letter from a woman named Marlene, who lived alone in northern England and wrote about the loneliness she was feeling during the pandemic. “Marlene wrote…
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Royal Residences: A brief history of Wood Farm

Where is it located? Wood Farm is a farmhouse located in a secluded corner of the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk in the East of England. Who has lived there? The most notable resident of Wood Farm was Prince John, the youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary. The young prince suffered from epilepsy and he lived there with his nanny as his condition deteriorated. The prince died…
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