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Royals voice determination to end violence against women

Several royal women marked International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women this week, sharing personal messages and attending engagements related to empowering women. The Countess of Wessex shared a personal tweet on the Royal Family’s Twitter account, writing, “Today I stand with survivors of conflict-related sexual violence, as we mark the International Day to End Violence…
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The Duchess of Cornwall shares love of reading for Booker Prize ceremony

The Duchess of Cornwall sent a message of support to this year’s winner of the Man Booker Prize, and praised the fact that, in all the uncertainties of this year, “we have, at least, been able to read. And as long as we can read, we can travel, we can escape, we can explore, we can laugh, we can cry and we can grapple with life’s mysteries.” Camilla has taken part in the presentation of…
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The Prince of Wales praises strength of society throughout these unprecedented times

The Prince of Wales has praised the work of society while dealing with the ongoing pandemic in his annual birthday leader article for Country Life magazine. The Prince, who marks his 72nd birthday on Saturday, wrote, “The strength of our society: its resourcefulness, its compassion and its stoical determination” is praiseworthy and that the nation will need to draw on those same qualities…
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Prince Charles leads the nation in remembrance at an eerily quiet Cenotaph

The Prince of Wales led the nation in remembrance on Sunday as the country remembers those who died in war and conflict. Prince Charles placed a wreath at the base of the Cenotaph as his mother, The Queen, watched on from the balcony of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. Due to the ongoing public health emergency, commemorations have been heavily scaled back this year with just 26…
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