British RoyalsThe Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Philip has flag trouble as he unveils wartime memorial

Prince Philip has unveiled a monument to honour members of the Guinea Pig Club. Embed from Getty Images The Duke of Edinburgh, who serves as president of the club, unveiled the monument on 2 November. The club was formed in 1941, made up of severely wounded and burned men who were treated at the Queen Victoria Hospital using experimental techniques. The treatment of burns was in its infancy…
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The CambridgesThe Queen

Duke of Cambridge takes part in Order of the Thistle in Edinburgh

Prince William joined Her Majesty The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal at a thanksgiving service for the Order of the Thistle at Edinburgh’s St. Giles’ Cathedral yesterday, Thursday, 7 July. The Prince, who is known as the Earl of Strathearn while in Scotland, joined his aunt and grandparents as hundreds of onlookers lined the streets to greet the royals. As members of the…
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The Sussexes

Prince Philip may help identify last of the Romanovs

Prince Philip is lending a hand or rather his DNA to help identify the last of the Romanovs. The Romanovs, who were executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918, were one of the most powerful Royal Families in history, they ruled from the time of Ivan the Terrible until Nicholas II. In 2007 the bodies of two children were found in a field and are believed to be Maria and Alexei. Historian Simon Sebag…
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State & CeremonialThe Duke of EdinburghThe Queen

Queen makes alternative entrance at State Opening of Parliament for first time in 63 years

In the most public concession yet of her age, The Queen took a lift to the Robing Room in the Palace of Westminster for this morning’s State Opening of Parliament, the first time in her 63 years of attending. The 90-year-old monarch, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, 94, avoided the 26 steps of the Sovereign’s staircase, in a move described by aides as a “modest…
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