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Royal Family’s WW1 commemoration events announced

<![CDATA[Events to be attended by members of the Royal Family as part of commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the First World War were announced by Buckingham Palace today, with all senior members of the Royal Family taking part in remembrance activities. The Queen will attend a mass of commemoration at Crathie Kirk. Crathie Kirk is a Church of Scotland parish church in the Scottish…
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Prince Harry launches Invictus Games team selection

<![CDATA[Wounded, injured and sick service personnel welcomed Prince Harry to the recovery centre at Tedworth House on Tuesday. This was all in aid of the Invictus Games, the single biggest international sporting event for wounded soldiers. The Invictus Games will see 400…
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Prince Harry to host 10th birthday party for his charity Sentebale

<![CDATA[Prince Harry is gearing up to host the Sentebale Summer Party, along with the charity's co-founder Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. Held on the 7th of May, at the Dorchester Hotel at Park Lane in London, the celebration will mark the 10th anniversary of the charity, Sentebale. Prince Harry first came up with the idea for Sentebale in 2004, when he visited Lesotho as a part of his gap…
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Prince Harry's 'South Pole Heroes' premieres on ITV

<![CDATA[For two consecutive Sundays, 16 March and 23 March at 8pm GMT, ITV will be airing ‘Harry’s South Pole Heroes’, the two-part documentary following the quest of the Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013. The Walking With the Wounded teams arrived at…
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Prince Harry represents The Queen at Nelson Mandela memorial service

<![CDATA[Prince Harry attended the service of thanksgiving to celebrate Nelson Mandela's life at Westminster Abbey on Monday morning, The fourth-in-line, representing his grandmother, The Queen,  joined around 2,000 people at the abbey to honour the late South African president. On arrival, the prince was greeted by Dean John Hall, before being led to his seat. Prime Minister David…
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Man jailed for threatening to kill Prince Harry

<![CDATA[A man who threatened to kill Prince Harry has been jailed for three years today. Ashraf Islam, 31, was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court after the judge said he posed a danger to the public, although added his plan to target the royal had been "vague and unlikely to succeed". In May 2013, Ashraf, who was born Mark David Townley and changed his name in 2010 after converting…
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