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Prince Edward & Princess Anne likely to increase their workload following their father's retirement

The Earl of Wessex and the Princess Royal are likely to increase their workload in the coming years to accommodate for the Duke of Edinburgh’s retirement in the Autumn. Although already the UK’s busiest royal, Princess Anne is expected to become a companion to The Queen when she undertakes official visits. As the 91-year-old monarch never undertakes solo public engagements, her…
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Royal Family honour UK Armed Forces as Queen unveils Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial

The Queen unveiled a memorial in London today, recognising the Armed Forces contribution in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. The stone sculpture, in Victoria Embankment Gardens, features a large, two-sided bronze medallion depicting the memorial’s theme of “duty and…
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Best bloopers of 2016

The Royal Family is photographed a lot! With nearly every engagement being photographed there is bound to a fair share of less than flattering photos. In light of the laid backed holiday atmosphere here are some of the best bloopers of the Royal Family this past year to end 2016 with a smile. The Duke of Edinburgh visiting the East Anglian Air Ambulance base where Prince William works as a…
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Queen attends her 71st Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph with her family

The Queen has led tributes to the British and Commonwealth war dead this weekend at the Remembrance Sunday service in central London. Thousands of people gathered at the Cenotaph for a two-minute silence at 11 o’clock to honour those killed in wars and conflicts past and…
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Countess of Wessex moved to tears at Festival of Remembrance

The Countess of Wessex was seen to be moved to tears on Saturday evening when she joined The Queen and members of the Royal Family at the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. The 51-year-old was very emotional as families of deceased soldiers made their way onto the stage of the Royal Albert Hall. Other members of the Royal Family were also seen to be sombre in commemoration of…
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Prince Edward to appear on BBC's Countryfile

Prince Edward is set to make a special TV appearance today to mark the 60th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The Earl of Wessex will be hosted by the BBC’s Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton as he hikes along the Pennine Way in the Peak District, where he will also be joined by a group of young competitors looking to win in this year’s expedition. Discussing the award…
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