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The Princess Royal and MND Scotland

As an ALS/MND advocate, I wanted to highlight the Princess Royal’s work with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) Scotland in the United Kingdom as it is a cause extremely close to my heart; MND is the British term for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The Princess Royal at the opening of the Clayton Lodge on 4 July 2019. Photo Courtesy of MND Scotland The…
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Princess Anne visits West Cumbria

Starting off July on a busy note, Princess Anne had two engagements in West Cumbria earlier this week. The Princess Royal opened The Whitehaven Campus, which combines Mayfield School with St Benedict’s Catholic High School. A £30 million campus, the site had opened…
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Sir Tim Laurence: 'a privilege' to work with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Princess Royal’s husband has spoken of his ”enormous admiration and respect” for all those involved in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as his time as its Vice Chair comes to an end. Sir Tim Laurence, who has been involved with the CGWC for eight years, had special words of praise for those who look after the cemeteries for the commission, saying they did a…
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Princess on Parade: Anne visits troops in Estonia

The Princess Royal has donned khakis for a visit to British troops in Estonia. Anne spent a day with soldiers currently deployed with NATO as part of a visit to the Baltic State. The visit to Tapa Military Base was part of a packed day in Estonia for Anne. The princess carried out a string of engagements there on May 30th culminating with her trip to see the Army in action. Royal Family…
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This Week in Royal Fashion: Kate at Bletchley Park, Camilla and Anne at garden party and Máxima in Ethiopia

It was another busy fashion week for the British royals as we saw the hats come out for the first garden party of the season, along with a vintage-inspired look for the Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to Bletchley Park. Meanwhile, Queen Máxima travelled to Ethiopia for a…
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Royals and the Fight Against ALS

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) orLou Gehrig’s disease is a neurological disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot discovered the disease in 1869. In 1939, ALS became well-known afterLou Gehrig, New York Yankees first baseman from 1923-1939, was diagnosed with thedisease at the Mayo Clinic, which ended his…
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