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The Queen sends messages to countries affected by Cyclone Idai

The Queen has made a personal donation to an organisation helping those affected by Cyclone Idai. Her Majesty has also written to the countries affected by the natural disaster – Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. The cyclone, which hit parts of southern Africa last week, has claimed hundreds of lives and the United Nations says it has triggered a ”massive disaster” which could…
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Elizabeth II will forever be known as 'Elizabeth The Great'

There is no doubt that Elizabeth II’s reign will go down in history as one of the most successful and popular in British history. Through Her Majesty’s dedication to this country and to the Commonwealth, she has worked to help redefine what Monarchy is and how, even in the 21st century, it is right for the UK. Elizabeth II has, by modern constitutional standards, been a bastion of correct…
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The Queen's horse wins at Kempton

The Queen has won another prestigious horse race in the UK as her gelding claimed victory in the Silver Bowl Handicap Chase at Kempton Park. Forth Bridge, a six-year-old bay gelding, won the £40,000 race which was broadcast live on ITV. On board Her Majesty’s horse…
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The Queen sends a message to the people of New Zealand

The Queen has sent a message to the people of New Zealand following a terrorist attack which killed dozens of people. In her message, Her Majesty said that she and Prince Philip are “saddened and appalled” by the event in Christchurch which has claimed the lives of 49 people. In full, The Queen said: “I have been deeply saddened by the appalling events in Christchurch today. Prince Philip…
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The Queen leads the Royal Family at annual Commonwealth Day Service

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth, and Monday members of the Royal Family and the Commonwealth community joined at Westminster Abbey to celebrate. Attending the annual Commonwealth Day Service were The Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the Duke of York. Embed from Getty…
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