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Members of the Royal Family attend Easter Day service

The Queen was joined by members of her family this morning as they attended the traditional Easter Day Service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. Embed from Getty Images Dressed in bright Spring yellow coat and hat, the Queen made her way into the chapel alongside Prince Philip and her children: Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne. Also present for the service…
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Princess Anne was 2015's hardest working royal

The Princess Royal was the hardest working royal last year, having conducted 544 engagements, more than any other member of the royal family. Princess Anne, who undertook 456 UK engagements and a further 88 overseas engagements, overtakes Prince Charles as the hardest…
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Royal Family attend Christmas Day Church service

Embed from Getty Images The Queen and other senior members of the royal family came together on Christmas morning as they attended the traditional Christmas day service at Sandringham’s nearby church. Her Majesty arrived at the church by car, whilst the other royals travelled by foot. She walked into St Mary Magdalene church wearing a bright red coat with a transparent umbrella to protect her…
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The Duke of York used the 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' in forming Pitch@Palace

Earlier this year, The Duke of York launched Pitch@Palace 3.0, the third version of his entrepreneurial endeavour that focuses on Technology within the Creative Industries. His Royal Highness, who was in Cambridge to launch the new Entrepreneurship Centre of which he is patron, spoke to Cambridge News about Pitch@Palace in an exclusive interview on Tuesday. “It’s dead simple,&#8221…
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The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of York remember the victims of 7/7

The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of York have both joined ceremonies of remembrance today for those who died in the 7th July attacks in London exactly ten years ago. They paid their own tributes at the commemorations to the 52 people who were killed in the bombings in 2005. The Duke of York attended a national service of remembrance at St Paul’s Cathedral. The ceremony, at which the Prime…
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