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The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh spend Anniversary in Scotland

<![CDATA[The Queen and Prince Philip’s 67th wedding anniversary was today celebrated with an RAF flypast in Moray, Scotland, while they were visiting the area. Her Majesty visiting service personnel and families of 39 Engineer Regiment on Thursday 20th November 2014 at Kinloss Barracks in Moray.© Crown Copyright 2014, Mark Owens/Army HQ Scotland Two Typhoons and a Tornado jet flew over…
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King George II: A Change from his Father

Last week, I wrote about King George I. Click here to read about his life and reign. A bust of King George II Born George Augustus on 30 October 1683 to the future King George I and Sophia Dorothea of Celle, King George II was the last British Monarch to be born outside Great Britain. Like his father, he was born in Hanover, where he spent most of his young life. After his parents’ marriage…
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The First King George

In Dublin, a marker stands with King George’s name Although my name prediction for Baby Cambridge was Arthur, I cannot say I was overly shocked that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named their new-born son George. Because of his birth, I have started to dig deeper…

Choosing a Royal Godparent

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show off their son, Prince George of Cambridge, to the world’s media In just a few short months, probably September or October, His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge will be christened into the Anglican Church…

The Many Facets of Prince Harry

Prince Harry of Walesphoto credit: Glyn Lowe Photoworks via photopin cc When I think about HRH Prince Harry of Wales, many different words come to mind; words like kind, charming, funny, loyal, and loving. Prince Harry is a man with many different facets, or layers. These layers make him one of the most beloved members of the royal family today. He is able to separate work (military), royalty…
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