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Prince Andrew becomes the first royal to publicly speak about Brexit

The Duke of York has become the first member of The Royal Family to conduct an interview on the subject of Brexit since the referendum last year. Prince Andrew, who drew controversy last year after implying the UK would be better off remaining in the European Union, said on Friday that he is “as much in the dark as anyone else”. Speaking on Newsday on BBC World News, the 57-year-old…
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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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Former royal residence demolished

When Prince Andrew, Duke of York, married Sarah Ferguson in 1986, The Queen gifted them with a £15 million 12-bedroom mansion she had built for them. Their marriage only lasted ten years; now after two years of demolition, their love nest and former home has been torn down…
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Princess Eugenie takes to social media

The Members of the British Royal Family tend to shy away from social media, unlike their European counterparts. Prince Harry is said to have an Instagram account which he has kept private, his girlfriend Meghan Markle has one that is public but never posts any pictures of the family and now it is revealed that Princess Eugenie has a Pinterest board. With 11 boards made public, her 1,300 followers…
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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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