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Prince Charles marks Anzac Day in France

Prince Charles yesterday laid a floral wreath in the French town of Villers-Bretonneux in tribute to Australian soldiers on Anzac Day, marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux which saw thousands of Australian soldiers lose their lives. Charles attended the memorial service in Villers-Bretonneux as part of the several Anzac Day events which were attended by members of the…
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Duchess of Cornwall on the joys of being a grandmother: “Spoil them and give them back”

The Duchess of Cornwall has spoken of the joys of being a grandmother in a television documentary that gives a unique insight into her life. In the programme, The Real Camilla: HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess speaks of how she can “spoil them, give them all the things their parents won’t allow them to have, and then give them back again”. The Duchess of Cornwall is a…
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Who was in the Royal Box for The Queen's birthday concert?

Thousands of people attended The Queen’s birthday concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday, with millions more tuning in from around the world. But the best seats in the house were reserved for members of one particular family. Here we take a look at who was sat in…
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Prince Charles releases statement saying he is "deeply touched"

The Prince of Wales has released a statement saying he is “deeply touched and honoured” after being named as The Queen’s successor as the next Head of the Commonwealth. In a statement, Prince Charles said: “I am deeply touched and honoured by the decision of Commonwealth Heads of State and Government that I should succeed the Queen, in due course, as Head of the…
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The Duchess of Cornwall speaks out on domestic abuse

The Duchess of Cambridge spent time with Women’s Forum who has been focusing on “leaving no one behind”. The Duchess first attended a roundtable with Cressida Dick, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Elizabeth Filkin, Chair of the Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse and Suzanne Jacob, CEO of SafeLives. Representatives from eight of the Commonwealth nations were also in…
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