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The best pictures of 2017: Part Two

One of the best parts of the holidays is reflecting on the past year and looking forward to what is to come. The Royal Family has had an exciting 2017, with 2018 bringing about a new baby and a Royal wedding! Before we say goodbye to the past, let’s look at everything they have been up to these past 12 months. Part One can be viewed here.  3 May The Duchess of Cambridge on at a…
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The Cambridges

Prince William hand delivers Prince George's Christmas list to Santa

Prince William was tasked with one vital job on his second and last day of his royal tour to Finland- deliver Prince George’s Christmas wish list to Santa. The Duke of Cambridge was on a quick trip to Finland to celebrate the nation’s 100th anniversary of independence. On Thursday, Prince William met the jolly-man himself when at a Christmas market in Helsinki. William did his fatherly…
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The Cambridges

Prince George to appear in his favourite show

What does every little four-year-old want? To team up with their favourite characters! Luckily for Prince George, that is just what he will get when he makes a special appearance in his favourite show, Fireman Sam.  Setting the wheels in motion, Prince William commented…
The Cambridges

ISIS supporters threaten Prince George

Supporters of ISIS, a radical terrorist group, have threatened the third-in-line to the throne. The fanatics posted a picture of Prince George taken on his first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea with the warning “Even the royal family will not be left…
The Cambridges

Woman who broke into Prince George's school has been cautioned

The woman who broke into Prince George’s school, on 13 September has accepted a caution. Lousie Chantry accepted a caution for “causing a nuisance on school property”, this means the charge will stay on her police file. The charge is not a criminal conviction, but it must be made known to current and new employers, especially if working with children or vulnerable…
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The Kents

Prince George wasn't the only royal starting at Thomas's Battersea

While the eyes were all on the future king starting his education at Thomas’s Battersea, another member of the royal family went mostly unnoticed starting her year off at the same school. Maud Windsor, daughter of Lord and Lady Fredrick Windsor, was all smiles as she entered the school with her father. The four-year-old was dressed in the same smart uniform as Prince George, only swapped out…
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