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Funko to release royal wedding figurines

Funko is expanding their POP! Royals line with wedding figurines of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and The Queen. The American Company, famous for its pop culture collectables such as vinyl figurines and bobbleheads is releasing a new royal trio featuring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding hands in their wedding attire and an additional doll of Queen Elizabeth II in the outfit she wore to…
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All the Royals Who Live at Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace was, in its original form, a Jacobean mansion built in 1605, and bought by William and Mary in 1689. They directed Sir Christopher Wren to renovate and expand the building, and Wren added a three-storey pavilion at each corner to create more space for the Royal Family. The Palace was, until the time of George II, the favoured house of the monarch. In its illustrious history, it…
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Inside the Buckingham Palace Garden Party with Royal Central's Chief Reporter

From the moment you step through the Buckingham Palace gates and join the crowds on the lawn you know you’re at the start of a very special experience. With ladies and gents in their finest and a sea of top hats and fascinators in every direction, there’s a palpable air of excitement. The gates open at 3 and guests were invited to stroll through private gardens usually only seen by…
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2016 - A Look Back at the Royal Year

Let’s take a look back at the royal year of 2016. The Queen celebrated another milestone year, when on 21 April, she turned 90-years-old. On that day, 1,000 beacons were lit across the United Kingdom, including one at Windsor lit by Her Majesty. Her eldest son and heir…
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World Mental Health Day: Make asking for help no big deal, urge Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry

To mark World Mental Health Day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended a reception at County Hall in central London organised by their Heads Together organisation. The event recognised outstanding individuals who have helped others in need and included a trip on the London Eye with a group of guests who have suffered psychological issues along with the people who have…
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