The Queen

The Queen unable to stay at Balmoral

<![CDATA[It's not the start to the summer break that Her Majesty The Queen was expecting this year, as the Monarch is having to spend the start of her annual summer break at Craigowan Lodge rather than Balmoral Castle. The Queen headed to Balmoral after attending the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, however it is expected that she won't be able to take up…
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The Queen

New Master of The Queen's Music appointed

<![CDATA[Judith Weir will succeed Sir Peter Maxwell Davies as the next Master of the Queen's Music, the Palace announced today. On Tuesday The Queen will receive both Judith Weir and Sir Peter at an audience, for Ms Weir it will be to assume her appointment while for…
The Cambridges

Legoland hold birthday party for Prince George

<![CDATA[In celebration of his first birthday on Tuesday, Legoland Windsor Resort have marked Prince George's special day with a very special party scene. In an addition to the already prominent scene of Buckingham Palace, the party set-up sees Prince George…
The Wessexes

Prince Edward commemorates 70th anniversary of Normandy battle

<![CDATA[Along with soldiers from the Tidworth based 43 Wessex Brigade. and veterans from the Second World War 43rd Wessex Division, Prince Edward remembered the sacrifices of those who fought in the Battle for Hill 112 at a service in Normandy this week. As part of the 70th anniversary commemorations of the battle, 43 Brigade have spent four days in Normandy retracing the steps of the 43rd…
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The Cambridges

Prince George's lullaby set to take classical chart by storm

<![CDATA[Who would have thought that a lullaby could ever top the classical charts? That is exactly what may happen when music giant Sony release a charity album of Royal themed music, with the uniquely composed Lullaby for Prince George as the title track. Sony Classical expects that Prince George fever will take the album to the top of the charts with 100,000 copies estimated in sales. If…
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D-Day veteran meets comrade Prince Philip and The Queen

<![CDATA[A D-Day veteran from Norfolk was proud to meet Her Majesty The Queen at the 70th anniversary commemorations in Normandy last week. He was even more thrilled when he was introduced to an old comrade, The Duke of Edinburgh. Len Bloomfield, a 92 year old former Royal Marine, served on HMS Mauritius in June 1944 where he was Captain of a four inch gun crew tasked with the mission of…
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