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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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Royal Family attend Christmas Day Church Service without The Queen

Senior members of The Royal Family attended the traditional Christmas Day church service this morning, with one notable absence. The Queen was unable to attend the service for the first time in living memory due to her ongoing recovery from a heavy cold. Embed from Getty Images Leading The Royal Family in Her Majesty’s place was The Duke of Edinburgh who felt well enough to go to Church…
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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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Royal Family to attend annual Festival of Remembrance tonight

The Queen will be joined by members of her family tonight for the annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall to honour the war dead. The service, which takes place every year, remembers those who have died in conflicts past and present. This year’s festival is particularly poignant because 2016 marks the centenaries of the Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Jutland, the 25th…
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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…
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The Duke of Edinburgh award celebrates its 60th anniversary with its namesake

During his recent trip to Scotland with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh found time to join in the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the award that bears his name. Prince Philip, who is patron of the organisation met and chatted with some Gold Award winners and also staff from the Duke of Edinburgh scheme in Scotland. Barry Fisher, who is Director of the DofE in Scotland welcomed the Prince and said…
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