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The Queen is left "furious" over Prince Philip death rumours

The Queen has been left “furious” after social media was flooded with claims that her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, had died. Her Majesty is now considering how to combat the false rumours which now occur on a regular basis. According to The Sun, The Queen called her 97-year-old husband on Friday evening for a “tense” ten-minute conversation to discuss how to tackle the…
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Queen Elizabeth II most iconic style moments

The Queen has reigned for 65 years, and in that time she has had some stunning outfits that have captured the attention of people all over the world. I take a look at some of Her Majesty’s most iconic style moments, including her elegant wedding dress and remarkable…
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Trump makes a few mistakes while meeting The Queen

Yesterday, President of the United States, Donald Trump and First Lady, Melania, met Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle. While protests took place in London where over 60,000 people came out with signs suggesting to “Feed Trump to the corgis” while a giant…
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All The Queen's American Presidents

Donald Trump is about to meet Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during his tenure in the Oval Office like his predecessors. The United States and the United Kingdom have long had the “Special Relationship” that Prime Minister Winston Churchill mentioned in 1946. President-elect Trump will join the twelve other Americans who have served as President of the United States while Her Majesty…
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Prince William and Princess Anne join The Queen for Order of the Thistle

After a hectic week, The Queen looked relaxed as ever as she was joined by Prince William and Princess Anne in Edinburgh. Her Majesty has been in Scotland all week, took part in the Order of the Thistle ceremony at St Giles’ Cathedral in Scotland with the assistance of her daughter and grandson. The trio was dressed in the traditional green velvet robes, white Ostrich feather hats and…
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Princess Elizabeth and the Summer of 1938

In 1938, 80 summers ago, twelve-year-old Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) and her younger sister, Margaret, looked forward excitedly to their annual holiday in Scotland during August and September. Only the recent death of their beloved maternal grandmother, the Countess of Strathmore, would mar their visit to Glamis Castle, still occupied for part of the year by their grandfather, the…
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