Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and Camilla attend Battle of Britain Fighter Association service

<![CDATA[The Prince of Wales, Patron, Battle of Britain Fighter Association, and The Duchess of Cornwall, attended the Battle of Britain Fighter Association Service of Thanksgiving and Rededication at Westminster Abbey on Sunday. Veterans of the Battle of Britain, their families, as well as representatives from the military attended the service on Sunday. This annual service observes the…
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History

Canterbury Panel commemorating 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta completed

<![CDATA[The Canterbury panel of the twelve panel Magna Carta embroidery project, commemorating the sealing of Magna Carta 800 years ago has been completed. Royal School of Needlework member Rhoda Nevins was commissioned by Runnymede Borough Council to design and embroider the twelve panel tapestry to mark the 800th anniversary. Each of the 12 panels tells the story of the events and the…
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The Sussexes

Harry's first 30: Part Three-The Measure of the Man

<![CDATA[They say the measure of a man is ‘calculated’ by his actions throughout life. Prince Harry is proving, his measure as a man whether it is as soldier or son, patron or brother. In 2005, Prince Harry entered the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. A year…
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Prince Harry hosts Invictus Games Opening Ceremony

<![CDATA[The Opening Ceremony of the inaugural Invictus Games took place on Wednesday evening in London. Joining Prince Harry in the stands were the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke of Cambridge. The Duchess of Cambridge was not able to make it as she is still suffering from an acute bout of morning sickness. Over 6,500 people gathered on the South Lawn of the Queen Elizabeth…
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The Cambridges

Prince William to train as Air Ambulance Pilot

<![CDATA[The Duke of Cambridge will train as an air ambulance pilot before holding a full-time position next year. William will begin a civilian pilot course next month followed by dedicated 999-response training. Upon passing and completion, he will join the East…
Prince Charles and Camilla

Duchess of Cornwall to extinguish candle flame at WWI commemoration

<![CDATA[The Duchess of Cornwall will attend a candle-lit vigil at Westminster Abbey on Monday 4th August at 10pm. The event is being held to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. Derived from Sir Edward Grey’s quote ‘the lights are going out all over Europe’, the Abbey will shift from light into darkness, until one candle remains at the Grave of the Unknown…
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