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The Queen breaks into song as she reveals she would 'love to sing'

<![CDATA[ The Queen is said to have broken out into a song by Gary Barlow recently and has revealed that she would love to be able to sing. This revelation comes from 23-year-old Laura Wright, who will be performing the National Anthem this weekend at the England verses Wales rugby match at Twickenham Stadium. According to Ms Wright, The Queen told her that she would love to be able to sing…
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The Queen to name new aircraft carrier

<![CDATA[The Ministry of Defence has revealed that Her Majesty The Queen will officially name the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth at a ceremony in Scotland later this year. The ship, which is the most complex warship ever built in the UK, will…
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The Queen reveals she keeps her BAFTA on top of her television

<![CDATA[The Queen has revealed her BAFTA takes a special place on top of her television. As she welcomed stars from the world of dramatic arts to Buckingham Palace on Monday evening, the 87-year-old monarch explained to Steve McQueen where her honorary award is kept. "I couldn't help looking at mine which I keep on my, above the television," she told the 12 Years a Slave…
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The Queen to make state visit to France

<![CDATA[The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to make a three-day state visit to France later this year. Her Majesty and Prince Philip are to travel to France on the invitation of president Francois Hollande. The 87-year-old monarch, who last visited France in June…
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Queen could head flotilla on Thames for 800th anniversary of Magna Carta

<![CDATA[EXCLUSIVE: Her Majesty The Queen could be set to head a flotilla on the River Thames in June 2015 as part of celebrations to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Royal Central has learnt. The Queen at the Diamond Jubilee river pageant in 2012. The flotilla, which would be reminiscent in parts to that of the Diamond Jubilee river pageant in 2012, would float down the Thames…
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Man found guilty of defacing Queen's portrait

<![CDATA[Social campaigner Tim Haries has been found guilty of defacing the portrait of the Queen that was hung in Westminster Abbey. The 42-year-old  from Doncaster is a campaigner for Fathers4Justice, an organisation that champions the cause of equal parenting and contact for divorced parents with children. In June 2013, he was accused of spraying the word “Help” on the…
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