The Royal Family
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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall joined war veterans, who received a standing ovation from the guests at Westminster Abbey yesterday, for a Service of Thanksgiving and Rededication to mark the 77th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum said he finds the service "more and more emotional each year”. The Battle of Britain was a WWII military campaign in which the Royal Air Force defended the United Kingdom. It was the first major campaign to be fought entirely in the skies and took place between July and October 1940. Those who fought in the campaign earned the nickname, The Few, taken from Winston Churchill's line: "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." Following the service, The Prince and The Duchess enjoyed tea with the veterans at a reception and the guests watched a Spitfire and a Hurricane flypast. Find out more → https://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/news-and-diary/the-prince-of-wales-and-the-duchess-of-cornwall-attend-service-westminster-abbey-mark 📸 PA

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Denise Mertz Dickens My history buff (Husband) told me about this famous battle. Very impressive. Love the Winston Churchill quote, also.
Julia LeDoux Thank God for our brave World War II veterans who looked evil squarely in the face and defeated it. Without them, where would we all be today?
Sue Kenny Like one are two have said it was about people that fought in the Battle of Britain not Diana and Charles
Sue Kauflie when I think of true bravery I think of England and the way you dealt with the Battle of Britain and the terrible carnage on London - Churchill was a master of leadership.
Roger D Poston I was in London five years ago and had the privilege of seeing the Prince and the Duchess arrive at Westminster to commemorate that year's anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The Royal Family
09:54 09/12/2017

This morning The Countess of Wessex took to the trading floor as part of the BGC Charity Day. The annual event commemorates those lost in the World Trade Centre attacks by donating all the day's revenue to over a hundred charities worldwide. Since 2004 over $137 million has been raised globally. This year DEBRA UK and Brainwave were two of the participating charities. Her Royal Highness is Patron of DEBRA UK, which supports those affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), and President of Brainwave, a charity that helps children with disabilities achieve greater independence. Read more → http://bit.ly/2y0wYq2

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Michelle Vernon Sophie is great. Always a smile for everyone 💐
Faith Perkins Wonderful woman who just quietly goes about her duties x
Vatinee Riva Suvimol She is such an outstanding member of the royal family, love her! Greetings from Italy / Thailand
Lyn Miller Lovely lady, with an adoring husband and loving children.
Marjut Wern-Aska This Lady seems to be more beautiful every day. I think she likes her role and carries it so gracefull.
The Royal Family
21:06 09/09/2017

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay have finished a wonderful three days of engagements in Scotland. Yesterday, Their Royal Highnesses joined guests at Dumfries House for a tea party to celebrate the stately home's 10th anniversary - The Duke and Duchess had a great time on the dance floor! Today marked a big day for the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales as it was officially named by The Duchess of Rothesay, Lady Sponsor of the ship.The Duchess took part in the traditional naming ceremony, which included signalling for a bottle of whisky to be smashed against the hull of the ship, as is tradition in Scotland! Their Royal Highnesses also visited a number of communities and organisations in Scotland, including Emergency One, a manufacturer of emergency service vehicles. #TRHinScotland 📷 PA

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Izan Fernandes Great Couple! They look so happy. It's important to be with the person you love.
Shirley Pryor There are some jealous. . Narrow-minded.. holier than thou.. nasty mouth.. disrespectful people on here! It shows the little class that you have compared to her!
Laura Smith They look so happy together. Charles will make a great King. You can tell William and Harry love their father and have accepted Camilla into their family. That is all that should matter. Diana broke down barriers and made things easier for Charles ...
Sheila Elsworth Must admit the BOTOX seems to be doing a good job. And the dental work and anything else getting younger by the week. They look just what they are 2 pensioners having a bit of a whirl in the dance floor. But they make each other happy font like ...
Lisa Schultz Diana was a lamb (19 y/o girl) led to the slaughter by Charles under the false pretense that he was in love with her. While Diana shouldn't have gone through with the marriage, I'm sure that she would have brought shame to her family if she didn't ...
The Royal Family
21:06 09/09/2017

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a photograph of The Duke and Prince George at Kensington Palace this morning. The image was taken shortly before Prince George left for his first day of school at Thomas's Battersea. Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to share this lovely picture as Prince George starts school, and would like to thank everyone for all of the kind messages they have received.

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Jackie Hagan Awww look at him with his little hand in his pocket x CUTE 💙💙💙 Poor Kate must be so sad she can't be there 😓
Louise Hannah Carroll Absolutely beautiful picture, so much of princess Diana can be seen there. Feel sorry for the Duchess has morning sickness is the worst feeling ever.
Rocco Lepore I do hope our special prince enjoyed his first day at school. Such a delightful child baring the honor of such an admirable title. #GodSaveTheQueen
Elaine Joannou Just beautiful father and son photo hope mum to be Kate feels better soon. I too suffered with the same awful HG problem for all three of my pregnancies but it was soo very worth it everytime . Soo very proud of our young Royals your doing a great job ...
Cindy Miceli He is so cute and sweet. Funny to think that my tax payer money can only send The Prince to this school. I wish it could also send my nieces there too.
The Royal Family
21:06 09/09/2017

A message from The Queen to the Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda following Hurricane Irma: "Prince Philip and I have been shocked and saddened by the reports of the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those whose homes and livelihoods have been destroyed or adversely affected by this terrible storm. "Please convey my gratitude and good wishes to members of the emergency services and to those who are working on the rescue effort at this very difficult time for you all." ELIZABETH R.

A message from The Queen to the Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda following Hurricane Irma:
A message from The Queen to the Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda following Hurricane Irma:

Prince Philip and I have been shocked and saddened by the reports of the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those whose homes and livelihoods have been destroyed or adversely affected by this terrible storm. Please convey my gratitude and good wishes to membe...

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Gillis Colgan Admired you since my teens, Your Majesty. Thank you for your kindness always.
Rose Eade I and thousands more join Her Majesty and Prince Philip in praying for all in the path of Irma.
Alistair Smith British government dragging it's heels again...send the navy now !!
Raymond James Cameron The Queen must be informed enough to know these storm's are man made.
Sarah Kelly my thoughts love and prayers are with those been effect and those yet to come to fight natures wrath
The Royal Family
21:06 09/09/2017

This morning Prince George, accompanied by The Duke of Cambridge, attended his first day of school at Thomas's Battersea in London. Their Royal Highnesses were met by the Head of Lower School on arrival, before The Duke took Prince George inside to his reception classroom.

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Lizzie Barnor Aww, sweet! But HRH George, did Mummy remind you to take an apple for the teacher? Listen to what Teacher tells you and try to mull it over. You will go far!
Fiona van Deventer Well done, little Prince George! Daunting experience for any small person, but with the eyes of the world upon your every move?
Helena Horwath Prince George looks adorable in his school uniform. Such a solemn little face! Haha. I hope he enjoys school.
Amy Rebecca Smalley Rebecca Tayler just watched a little vid of him and my heart went, he lets go of Williams hand to shake hers then proper grabs for his again. 😭
Lynda Gardner There are some miserable people in this world and it appears that even the joy of a child's first day at school can't touch their black hearts and they feel the need to make disparaging remarks on this page.. Royal or not it's an important day for all ...
The Royal Family
08:12 09/07/2017

Today, Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay met with The President of Ireland at Dumfries House - and celebrated a joint birthday! Dumfries House is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and Classic FM their 25th. A special 25th birthday broadcast live from Dumfries House included performances from Myleene Klass and Aled Jones. The final performance of the evening was a premiere of “Twilight Falls on Temple View”, written about the house itself. #TRHinScotland 📷 PA and Paul Burns

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Dalbir Malli U aid it right, anyways we would like to look at princess Diana,s pictures whose life was taken because of Charlie,s wife
Annette Mathewson Not very impressed with Camilla's dress - it hangs like a curtain and doesn't seem to fit her very well
Lesa Jacobsen No one cares. Charles threw away Diana with both hands for this deceitful partner. It is the most un-royal and immoral of behaviours, and he still expects to ascend the throne with his divorced, adulterous wife. HELL NO!
Scott G Brown Think there should be an angry emojo aimed at the fake Irish President, at least Prince Charles and Camilla dont pretend to be equal like the president of Ireland.
Margaret Owen I wonder why so many people that don't live in our country, and probably never have or will, have such nasty opinions on our Royal Family, let hem worry about what goes on where they are living, and leave our Royals alone.......
The Royal Family
19:24 09/04/2017

"First Minister, The Duke of Edinburgh and I are delighted to be able to join you, and the people of Scotland, to celebrate this extraordinary achievement." - The Queen The Queen, accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, has opened the new Queensferry Crossing over the Firth of Forth. Today's event takes place exactly 53 years after Her Majesty opened the Forth Road Bridge. The Queen met a number of the 10,000 people who built the bridge, who have collectively worked over 13 millions hours to complete the crossing over the last six years. The RAF Red Arrows then performed a spectacular flypast as The Queen and The Duke crossed the new bridge, which is 1.7 miles long and the longest triple tower cable-stayed bridge in the world. Read more on our website → http://bit.ly/2wyiyz3

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Michael Tew I seriously think the Queen would be so proud of William, Kate and Harry for being good Ambassadors as to how "Royals" should behave and set good examples for this Generation. William would make a great King to follow in the Queen's Footsteps.
Sylvia Evans Hope the bridge has a solution for when ice builds up. Happened in Vancouver. Cold, icy and snowy weather caused ice chunks to build on cables then fall on to cars. It was a nightmare.
Augur Pearce As I understand it, when one lists leading members of one's audience at the beginning of a speech, one does so in order of precedence. So why did the Queen begin 'First Minister' when the Moderator of the General Assembly (who outranks her) was also ...
Yvonne Valentine I read that the Queensferry crossing was named for Queen Margaret wife of King Malcolm 111 of Scotland.
Lizzie Barnor So this is where you all got your cheery smiles from, HM the Queen, herself. Passed down the royal lineage…You look very radiant and delighted…Congratulations, for the expected new grandbaby, Ma'am!
The Royal Family
19:24 09/04/2017

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their third child. Read the press release in full below:

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Peter Plassing Good news. The Royal family have had some real lows and the Queen has had to hold the family together. This branch of the family has done nothing but elevate the status of the royal family and hopefully taken the pressure off the Queen. Good luck to you ...
Kyle Marc Suthers Congratulations to the royal couple i hope her royal highness does not suffer too badly.... i wish them all the very best in this joyous time
Lacey Easter 💕 oh this is great news. I am currently pregnant with my third and have been a couple of weeks ahead of the duchess with each pregnancy, was only thinking a couple of weeks ago that I wonder if it will happen this time.
Karen Anne Nicholson That is beautiful news. Let us hope that the Duchess of Cambridge has a good pregnancy and that all goes well for both Mother and Child.. and for HRH Duke of Cambridge and his older brother Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte congrats on the ...
Sue Howell What an ignorant person you are Brenda D Bruton. You obviously have no understanding of the work our royal family does and patriotism doesn't come into your vocabulary!!
The Royal Family
06:36 09/02/2017

A message from The Queen to the President of the United States of America following Hurricane Harvey: "I was deeply saddened to learn of the loss of life and the devastation following the recent terrible floods caused by Hurricane Harvey. "Prince Philip and I send our sincere condolences to the victims of this disaster, to those who have lost loved ones, and to those who have seen their homes and property destroyed. My thoughts and prayers are with those affected." ELIZABETH R.

A message from The Queen following the floods caused by Hurricane Harvey
A message from The Queen following the floods caused by Hurricane Harvey

I was deeply saddened to learn of the loss of life and the devastation following the recent terrible floods caused by Hurricane Harvey. Prince Philip and I send our sincere condolences to the victims of this disaster, to those who have lost loved ones, and to those who have seen their homes and prop...

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Garry Booker peoples, I am reading the messages on here and I am somewhat nonplussed. Our Sovereign Lady Her Most Gracious Majesty The Queen has sent a message of solidarity to our American Cousins; but somehow that has been turned into a Trump bashing excercise. ...
Beth Veltrop Your Majesty, Thank you very much for your kind words. My cousin and my great aunt are fortunate not to have had their homes damaged in the floods but schoolmates of mine have not been. It will take years to recover lives and livelihoods lost due to ...
Chandler Vincent Although I am from Aiken South Carolina, never experienced a disaster as those have from Hurricane Harvey, I feel your words of Compassion with Condolences are beautiful, are needed and wanted by those who are affected by this heartbreaking Hurricane ...
Billy Nors Dear Majesty, Please ignore all the negative comments posted on this board. We have a country of adults that need to be placed in daycare. They have yet to learn manners and civility when it comes to people who are our elected leaders. After eight years ...
Karen Lindler White Thank you, Your Majesty!!!!! And our President has made one trip to Texas and will be going back tomorrow. He has given his own money to help. At least he has made this Sunday (THE LORD'S DAY) a National Day of Prayer for Texas. I don't remember Mr. ...
The Royal Family
05:00 08/28/2017

From Cavalier King Charles Spaniels to Pembroke Corgis, The Royal Family has a long and well known love of dogs. To celebrate #NationalDogDay, watch this video to find out more about Royal Dogs throughout history. Royal Collection Trust's book 'Noble Hounds and Dear Companions' is also available to read free online → http://bit.ly/2xycNia

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Elizabeth Rhys I'm not a dog person, more of a cat person. But it's nice to see all these photos. It was especially nice to see a couple photos of King George V looking so relaxed.
Hala Muhaisen "We apologizing for not fitting the post's subject, but it's a part of a greater crime that the Israeli occupation is committing against the Palestinians" Imagine you live in Gaza just for 90 seconds! Please watch this video : http://www.countdown2040....
Jake Albery Lauren Formosa and you say they have no relevance
Kerry Parker Kat Arnold look at what pugs used to look like! X
Linda Louis Happy national dog day, except if you own a muscular dog, with a square head. Your dog should be murdered because we don't like how he looks 🙄
The Royal Family
16:12 08/25/2017

This Sunday, a new documentary 'Diana, 7 Days' will be shown on BBC One focusing on the week between the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and her funeral. Both The Duke and Prince Harry have contributed to this film and have described their memories from that extraordinary week. The film also features interviews with the friends and family members of The Princess who were involved during those seven days. More information on the programme, which will be shown this Sunday on BBC One at 7.30pm BST, can be found here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2017/35/diana-7-days

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Sue Bronks Shaun is not speaking rubbish, he is quite right in what he says, the Princes should mourn in private. All this hype is newspaper talk, to sell papers and stir up trouble for our Royal Family. Leave the past, and let them get on with the future, and one ...
Jess Erin Will this show in the USA?
Pauline Mead Can't believe it's 20yrs - she will always be remembered in my heart with great affection. I feel she was treated very badly by the royals and will never forgive Charles for the way he treated her.
Cate Hamilton Seriously, it would do a lot more good if people remembered that they did not actually know Diana but simply the media portrayal of her and that the media attention she received had a great deal to do with the troubles she endured and possibly even ...
ALison Barton Why is all this personal grief being dragged up now? These human beings (Princes William, Harry and Charles) should not have to endure this intrusion into there most personal space. Let Diana rest in peace and her family continue in which ever way they ...
The Royal Family
14:36 08/20/2017

Following the recent attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, The Queen has sent the following message of condolence to The King of Spain. "Prince Philip and I send our sincere condolences to Your Majesty, and the people of Spain, following the terrible terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils which killed and seriously injured many. It is deeply upsetting when innocent people are put at risk in this way when going about their daily lives. "Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones and the people who are recovering in hospital. Please convey our heartfelt sympathies to all who have been affected by these appalling incidents." ELIZABETH R. http://bit.ly/2wWcZbR

A message from The Queen following the recent attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils
A message from The Queen following the recent attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils

Prince Philip and I send our sincere condolences to Your Majesty, and the people of Spain, following the terrible terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils which killed and seriously injured many. It is deeply upsetting when innocent people are put at risk in this way when going about their daily…

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Bonnie Smith Our queen is a lady of love and compassion we too pray for the people of Spain. .wishes from Canada
Oui Batpho Long live the Queen
Richard Laurie my father came from Barcelona, and this means a lot to me.. thank you
Ben Rossi Thank you for sending an sincere letter instead of a half assed tweet like our President did.
Mark Hankin God save the Queen, This comes from someone who has seen too many tragedies, so listen up
The Royal Family
01:48 08/18/2017

A message from The Queen following the landslides in Sierra Leone. "Prince Philip and I were deeply saddened to learn of the terrible flooding and landslides in Freetown that have led to the deaths of so many people. "Our thoughts and prayers are with all who have lost loved ones and those whose homes and livelihoods have been affected." Elizabeth R. http://bit.ly/2v42C3j

A message from The Queen following the landslides in Sierra Leone
A message from The Queen following the landslides in Sierra Leone

Prince Philip and I were deeply saddened to learn of the terrible flooding and landslides in Freetown that have led to the deaths of so many people. Our thoughts and prayers are with all who have lost loved ones and those whose homes and livelihoods have been affected. Elizabeth R.

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Rolie Sylvester And england, finally, was not at war with herself; could, finally, look outwards to foreign conquest instead of endless civil war, #business...
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Carina Evans With the greatest respect, what about those families of her soldiers in Nepal at this dreadful time?
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The Royal Family
21:00 08/02/2017

Today, The Duke of Edinburgh attended the last engagement of his public programme during a Royal Marine's Parade at Buckingham Palace. Watch the full video from the event here. Since 1952, The Duke of Edinburgh has attended 22,219 solo engagements. The Captain General's Parade at Buckingham Palace marks the end of his own programme, although he may choose to attend certain events, alongside The Queen in the future. Find out more about The Duke here: http://bit.ly/2hnFwTP

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Al Schmidt The end of an era. :o( Thank you Prince Philip for your sacrifice and 70 years of service to the country. Enjoy your WELL EARNED retirement. We will not forget you!
Chris Jupp A most remarkable and dedicated man - dedicated to his adopted country, and especially his wife, one of the Greatest Monarchs in Our history - politicians take note and learn from His example!
Rocco Lepore I absolutely love him and all of what he stands for, not to mention the admirable charity work he has done for the benefit of the entire Common Wealth ! One can only hope a time will come when I may achieve something of significance and earn his ...
Vishu Sharma I'm more than terribly sad that the Duke will no longer serve in formal capacity. Wasn't it a sight to watch him exactly one step behind the Queen supporting Her Majesty at all times! This is not just the end of his public duties. It is the end of an ...
Helen Carbutt Laura Burdus Sian Haywood - did either of you see this today?! Amazing day to be in London!
The Royal Family
21:00 08/02/2017

Today, The Duke of Edinburgh attended a parade to mark the finale of The 1664 Global Challenge at Buckingham Palace. Royal Marines from around the country ran 16.64 miles each day for 100 days, totalling a distance of 1664 miles, to raise funds and awareness for The Royal Marines Charity. The challenge also celebrates 1664 as the year in which the Corps was founded. Since 1952, The Duke of Edinburgh has attended 22,219 solo engagements. The Captain General's Parade at Buckingham Palace marks the end of his own programme, although he may choose to attend certain events, alongside The Queen in the future.

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Pat Francis So sad the weather isn't better than it is.I am a great admirer of the Duke of Edinburgh. I wish him well.
Wendy Dunnett Why are u all thanking him. What has he done for you??? Did he put food on ur tables or buy u a big house. Or even paid for you to have a holiday twice a year????? NOPE HE DIDN'T..
Kathleen Foster Many thanks for the faithful service of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh over these many years to HRH Queen Elizabeth ll and the people of the British Commonwealth!
Angie Still Young Smith I fecking love Prince Phillip. I know they are raising the age for retiring but 96....bloody hell I've got a few years to go yet then......lol. Seriously I hope you have a great retirement cos your certainly deserve it.
Sandra Holden You wonderful non- PC man - enjoy your retirement also you can still instruct the younger royals how to survive and enjoy Royal life ! You can pursue your sports also stay close to your beloved Queen!
The Royal Family
21:00 08/02/2017

As Patron of Carers Trust, The Princess Royal visited Halton Carers Centre in Cheshire to see first-hand how the centre supports carers in the Runcorn and Widnes area. 3 in 5 people in the UK will become a carer at some point in their lifetime. Currently, there are around 7 million unpaid carers in the UK with 2.1 million providing over 20 hours caring each week – 700,000 are under 18. Halton Carers Centre offers a wide range of respite therapies and activities for carers and is a place where they can go for advice, support and friendship. Find out more about The Princess' visit here: http://bit.ly/2whjpBd

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Daphne Ballard The most hard working royal of all. Brilliant gracious lady like her mum. Don't care what she wears
Sandra Wimbleton-Fleming Does a great job without great wardrobe expense. Kate should take a leaf out of her book!!
Margo Bilsborrow My favorite member of the Royal Family.
Suzanne Richards A lovely lady who carries out her Royal duties quietly and with very little media coverage. Well done, Princess Anne.
Marian McIntosh I met her that day and she is a lovely person,she made us all feel important and she made us feel relaxed, she is a really nice lady.
The Royal Family
21:00 08/02/2017

Did you know that once a year, Clarence House opens its doors to visitors who can enjoy guided tours of the Royal residence? One of the rooms visitors can experience during the public opening is the Garden Room, which overlooks part of the beautiful Clarence House garden. Take a look around. The official London home of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall opens to the public today, with tours running daily until 31st August. Find out more and how to visit: http://bit.ly/visitCH

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Grace Melinda Luvly...i spose one might play Turkey in the straw under such an impressive party of turkeys above one's head! lol love the pianoforte...
Cathy Ann Turner To me it feels more like a museum than a room to 'live in'. Its beautiful but full of items on 'display'. I realize someone else does the picking up but I really can't imagine reading a book/newspaper, doing needlework or children playing in there.
Yvonne Prest Tickets booked!!
Emily Elizabeth Christopher would you redecorate or keep it vintage ?
Yvonne Edwards I've been to Clarence House and the feel of it is much more homely than it looks here. If you haven't been before it is worth a visit
The Royal Family
21:00 08/02/2017

Today The Prince of Wales and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended events to remember the start of the Battle of Passchendaele 100 years ago, one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War. They laid wreaths and flowers on the graves of soldiers known and unknown during a service at Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery, and both The Prince and The Duke gave readings, The Prince of Wales reminding those gathered of the significance of the event: ‘Drawn from many nations, we come together in their resting place... to promise that we will never forget.’ The Prince of Wales and The King and Queen of the Belgians later officially opened the Zonnebeke Church Dugout, a preserved First World War dugout which forms part of the Memorial Museum Passchendaele and the British Memorial Garden in Passchendaele Memorial Park. Finally, The Prince attended the Welsh National Service of Remembrance at the Welsh National Memorial Park before visiting the graves of poets Hedd Wyn and Francis Ledwidge at the Artillery Wood Cemetery. © Press Association

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Anne Page I had a conversation with a lovely lady from England. I asked her if the Queen will have William and Kate crowned as King and Queen she said yes. The Queen is very fond of Kate.
Laurence Dulieu passionnant cette vie! t'es pete de tunes mais t es coincé avec ces obligations qui doivent les saouler, impossible d'aller ou bon te semble, pouah !
Joan M Toupin A nice rememberance of the 1st world war. My father lost his brother Everett in Belian. (my uncle). A high school student in Athens wrote an artical on him a few years ago and there is a rose bush planted in his honour, along with others from the ...
Selma Janet McGoram I can't for the life of me understand WHY people have to be SO NASTY, and CRITICAL of someone, who had no choice over who they were born to, and who, 'There but for the grace of God, go you or I' . If one cannot say anything good, say nothing, and/or ...
Mary McIntyre The Brits never forget their wars and veterans.
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