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The Countess of Wessex supports football charity in special anniversary year

The Countess of Wessex joined in a special video call on Thursday, marking the 20th anniversary of the Foundation of Light charitable organisation. The Foundation of Light, founded by the former chairman of Sunderland AFC, is one of the largest football charities in the United Kingdom and provides millions of dollars back to Sunderland, South Tyneside and County Durham. According to a press…
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Royal Wedding Dresses: the Countess of Wessex

If ever a royal wedding dress summed up its wearer, it was the gown chosen by Sophie Rhys-Jones for her marriage to Prince Edward on 19 June 1999 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Subtle, elegant and classic, this was the final Windsor bridal dress of the 20thcentury and it saw in a new era with style. Sophie and Edward’s big day might have been a modern marriage but it had an air of…
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The Wessex Year in Review

It’s been a busy year for the Earl and Countess of Wessex. The couple, who normally operate with very little press coverage, have seen their roles transform this year with the departure of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex as full-time working royals. This year the couple…
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The Cambridges and Wessexs Family accused of breaking lockdown rules after being pictured together in a group of nine

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Earl and Countess of Wessex may have inadvertently fallen foul of lockdown rules after their families were pictured together outdoors in a group of nine. Strict regulations are in place in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus, with a tiered system in force across England. Sandringham is currently in Tier 2 meaning it is against the law for more…
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The Earl of Wessex goes market shopping to show support for post lockdown business

The Earl of Wessex visited a local market as England’s second lockdown came to an end, to show his support to traders coping with the ongoing economic challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Edward spent December 3rd touring Newbury Market in Berkshire which was welcoming back traders selling non-essential supplies for the first time since November. Only businesses offering essential…
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