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Queen Elizabeth's Wikipedia page was the third most visited entry in 2017

The Queen has beaten out the likes of Barack Obama, Elon Musk, and TV series such a Game of Thrones to become the third most visited Wikipedia page in 2017. Her Wikipedia entry had 19.2 million views, coming behind Donald trump with 29.6 million and a list of Deaths in 2017 which had 37.3 million views. A Wikipedia editor said The Queen’s ranking struck him most. He said that the ranking was…
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The best pictures of 2017: Part One

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. 11 January The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Early Years Parenting Unit (EYPU)…
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Stamps released to mark Her Majesty and Prince Philip's 70th wedding anniversary

On Monday, 20 November, Her Majesty The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will celebrate a milestone few couples realise – their 70th wedding anniversary. The then Princess Elizabeth had to fight to marry the man who’d captured her heart. They were married at Westminster Abbey in 1947. 2,000 guests observed the ceremony that was broadcast on radio to millions around the world. A new set…
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Opinion

Being royal is the hardest job around

Royal Central’s Deputy Editor, Jamie Samhan, gives her opinion on why it would difficult to be royal.  Remember when you were growing up and you wanted to be a dolphin trainer, or a lawyer, or a police officer, or an astronaut? Now imagine not having that choice, not…
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70th wedding anniversary coin created for the Queen and Prince Philip

The Royal Mint has created a set of coins to commemorate the 70th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip who were married on the 20 November 1947. The exclusive collection includes the unusual feature of the pair being pictured together, which has not occurred on a UK coin in over a decade but seems fitting for a couple who have been together for such a long period of time. The Duke…
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