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Apology for Princess Eugenie after professor says she only got into school due to status

Newcastle University found itself in the midst of controversy after one of its senior history lecturers spoke at an anti-monarchy rally and told the crowds that Princess Eugenie had only been offered a place at the school when officials learned who she was. “We are entirely satisfied that Princess Eugenie met the high academic standards required for admission to Newcastle University and to…
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The Duke of York has Twitter meltdown

[commentary] Analysis by Charlie Proctor, Royal Central’s Editor-in-Chief Social media accounts often make mistakes when scheduling tweets. Anybody who follows @RoyalCentral on Twitter will know we sometimes accidentally send tweets out at 10pm instead of 10am on…
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Princess Anne, Prince Andrew & Prince Harry receive Spanish Honour for their role in State Visit

The Princess Royal, the Duke of York and Prince Harry have been recognised by the Spanish Royal Family for their efforts in King Felipe and Queen Letizia’s State Visit to the UK. The three royals have been appointed to the Order of Isabel the Catholic – a Spanish Civil Order in which membership is granted in recognition of services that benefit the country. Although usually awarded to…
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Inside the Buckingham Palace Garden Party with Royal Central's Chief Reporter

From the moment you step through the Buckingham Palace gates and join the crowds on the lawn you know you’re at the start of a very special experience. With ladies and gents in their finest and a sea of top hats and fascinators in every direction, there’s a palpable air of excitement. The gates open at 3 and guests were invited to stroll through private gardens usually only seen by…
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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 service”. Its creator, sculptor Paul Day, said it gave “equal prominence to the civilian and military…
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