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French hotel turns down The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry will be travelling to Somme at the end of June for a commemorative trip, however, they may nowhere to stay. Olivier Walti, the hotel manager of Le Hôtel Marotte, in Amiens, said that in January the French Foreign Ministry were in contact with him about booking suites for the trio. Yet despite the nearly six-month advance booking, the…
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Prince Harry to Visit Nepal

Kensington Palace yesterday announced that Prince Harry will be visiting Nepal this Spring, at the same time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make a trip to Bhutan and India. This will be the first visit to Nepal for Prince Harry who follows a long list of members of the Royal Family who have toured the country in the past including. The Queen visited in 1986 following the previous trip…
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Princess Anne was 2015's hardest working royal

The Princess Royal was the hardest working royal last year, having conducted 544 engagements, more than any other member of the royal family. Princess Anne, who undertook 456 UK engagements and a further 88 overseas engagements, overtakes Prince Charles as the hardest working royal for the first time in eight years. Later this year, The Queen will be celebrating her 90th birthday, however, she…
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Royal Family attend Christmas Day Church service

Embed from Getty Images The Queen and other senior members of the royal family came together on Christmas morning as they attended the traditional Christmas day service at Sandringham’s nearby church. Her Majesty arrived at the church by car, whilst the other royals…
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Ex-soldier found 'not guilty' of selling Prince Harry stories

Paul Brunt, a former soldier from North London, had his name cleared once and for all when he was found not guilty of misconduct in a trial at the Old Bailey. Mr Brunt was accused of breaching the public’s trust by selling stories about Prince Harry’s regiment to The Sun and News of the World and had reportedly received payments of over £16,000 from News International in 2006 and…
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