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The Queen's London Birthplace: 17 Bruton Street

On 21 April 1926, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born in London, at the Mayfair home of her maternal grandparents, the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne. The former house in which she was born was at No. 17 Bruton Street and although the house no longer exists, the site is of great historical interest and a focus on this building is all the more timely, as we remember the birth…
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A walk with her dogs and a quiet lunch - how The Queen will mark her 95th birthday

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II turns 95-year-old on Wednesday – a milestone birthday for the sovereign who been on the throne for almost seven decades. However, the monarch’s birthday will be a very muted occasion with no celebrations. This comes after the death of her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, with The Royal Family still being in mourning. Despite Her Majesty…
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The Queen to live at Windsor Castle permanently and is unlikely to stay another night at Buckingham Palace

The Queen is to live at Windsor Castle permanently from now on, and is unlikely to spend another night at Buckingham Palace. According to the Daily Mail, the monarch, who turns 95-years-old next week, is now settled at Windsor Castle and is unlikely to ever ‘stay another night’ at Buckingham Palace. The Queen will still return to her Central London residence for work and…
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The Queen may be forced to sit alone at Prince Philip's funeral due to social distancing regulations

It is feared that The Queen will be required to sit alone at the funeral of Prince Philip on Saturday due to tough government guidelines on social distancing. Only 30 people will be allowed to attend the Duke’s funeral as the law stands in England. Guests who do not form part of the same household will be required to keep a distance of two metres because of the ongoing public health…
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