European Royals

Royal attendees expected at Grand Duke Jean's funeral

With a state funeral set for 4 May at Luxembourg’s Notre-Dame Cathedral, European royals are expected to attend the Roman Catholic service. From Belgium, King Philippe, Queen Mathilde, King Albert, and Queen Paola are due to attend. This is a natural choice as Albert was Grand Duke Jean’s brother-in-law and Philippe is Grand Duke Henri’s first cousin. Grand Duke Jean married King…
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British RoyalsThe Queen

The Queen leads a royal celebration of volunteers

The Queen hosted a reception on Tuesday evening at Windsor Castle to mark the centenary of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and met with many long-serving volunteers throughout the charity sector in the United Kingdom. The National Council for Voluntary Organisations, or NCVO, was founded in 1919 and supports over 14,000 member organisations by “providing expert support and…
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British RoyalsPrincess Anne and Family

Keeping up with Anne: the Princess Royal's racing week

Keeping up with Anne between March 10th and 17th was, for once, relatively straight forward. Basically, if you headed to Cheltenham you were more than likely to bump into the horse loving princess as she attended one of the most famous racing festivals in the world. That’s not to say Anne didn’t get up to other things – this is the Princess Royal we’re talking about.
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British RoyalsFeaturesInsight

Royals at the races: Cheltenham 2019, the best photos

It’s one of the most famous dates in the UK sporting calendar and there are no prizes for guessing which royals made their presence felt at this year’s horse racing showpiece, the Cheltenham Festival. The Princess Royal and Zara Tindall were regular attendees at this year’s event, as they are every year, and we also got a sighting of the Duchess of Cornwall who had to hold on to…
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