The Duke of EdinburghThe QueenThe Yorks

Prince Philip too ill to attend public apperance

Since retiring from public life last August, the Duke of Edinburgh has only made a few select appearances alongside his wife, The Queen. Yesterday was supposed to be one of those exceptions, according to the Daily Mail.  It was expected that the Duke of Edinburgh was going to formally hand his role as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards onto his son, Prince Andrew at Windsor Castle on Thursday but…
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Palaces & BuildingsThe Yorks

Former royal residence demolished

When Prince Andrew, Duke of York, married Sarah Ferguson in 1986, The Queen gifted them with a £15 million 12-bedroom mansion she had built for them. Their marriage only lasted ten years; now after two years of demolition, their love nest and former home has been torn down…
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Buckingham Palace deny Prince Andrew allegations

Sources within Buckingham Palace have been forced to deny claims made against Prince Andrew that says he acted as a “fixer” in a Kazakhstan business deal which he allegedly made nearly £4m in ‘commission’. The allegations surfaced in the Daily Mail, a story which Buckingham Palace lawyers are believed to be looking into. According to the British tabloid, the Duke of York…
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Prince Andrew represents Queen at VE Day Cenotaph service

During a weekend of events to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe, The Duke of York has taken part in the memorial at the Cenotaph. The event took place on the actual anniversary of VE Day itself, May 8th. Representing The Queen, Prince Andrew laid a wreath of red poppies and was joined by political and military representatives and hundreds of veterans and their families. The…
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