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Pages from royal history: Prince Andrew marries Sarah Ferguson

On 23 July 1986, Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson at Westminster Abbey in London. Thousands of people lined London’s streets, and an international audience of approximately 500 million gathered around their television sets to catch a view The Queen’s second son marry. Sarah Ferguson arrived at Westminster Abbey 1130 BST arriving from Clarence House in the Glass Coach with her father…
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Duke of York to attend St Paul's Cathedral service marking ten years since London bombings

The Duke of York will be at St Paul’s Cathedral next Tuesday to attend a commemoration service marking the ten years since the July 7th London bombings in which 52 people were tragically killed. London Mayor Boris Johnson will be present at the service as will the survivors of the attacks and the families of those who lost their lives. Prince Andrew will attend a commemoration service at St…
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The Queen to lead Royal VE Day commemorations next week

On Friday 8th May, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, will light the first in the series of over 200 beacons throughout the UK to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe. This will be the 70th time Her Majesty marks VE Day. The first beacon, on the Long Walk, will be complemented by two others in Windsor Great Park. Beacons both large and small, from built gas-fuelled structures or simple…
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US Judge rejects sex allegations against Prince Andrew

A federal judge in Florida has refused an effort by two women to join a high-profile sexual abuse lawsuit that involved shocking allegations against The Duke of York and a well-known U.S. lawyer, Alan Dershowitz. The Duke of York speaking in Newcastle in December 2014. Photo courtesy of The Duke of York. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra delivered his ruling Tuesday in the case involving affluent…
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