The Royal Family
10:48 05/26/2017

The Queen has visited Manchester to meet staff, victims and families of those involved in this week's attack in the city. At Royal Manchester Children's Hospital Her Majesty met nursing staff, paediatric doctors and surgeons and thanked them for their work over the last few days. During the visit The Queen spoke to a number of the victims and their families, including Millie Robson, aged 15, from County Durham, Evie Mills, aged 14, from Harrogate, and 12 year old Amy Barlow, from Rawtenstall. Earlier this week The Queen sent this message following the attack on Monday evening. Read it in full here.

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Mary Warren From Manchester the Queen visited Needham estate near Burton on Trent to see the estate workers and to look at the equestrian centre. Then had lunch with them before leaving. Her stamina is amazing for a lady of her age.
Mich Watson We are very lucky in Manchester that we have excellent hospitals. Wonderful caring hard-working nurses and doctors working under tremendous pressure .Well done to everybody who helped our City 😍❤❤❤❤❤
Edward Bodell What a spiritual lift to all. The Royal family have experienced hurt with the assassination of Earl Louis Mountbatten. No-one is immune from acts of terrorism
David Whitehead My Queen seems like the granny we all need to see when we are in hospital. When my granny was around, when I was sick, I always seemed to feel better. Like my Queen, she had a warming & healing spirit that made things so much better & easier to deal ...
Catherine Conway Always there for her people ! In bad times and good , I'm proud to call her Our Queen , I'm sure she gave people a lot of comfort at this awful time xx
The Royal Family
22:00 05/23/2017

A message from Her Majesty The Queen following the attack in Manchester yesterday.

A message from Her Majesty The Queen to the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester
A message from Her Majesty The Queen to the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester

The whole nation has been shocked by the death and injury in Manchester last night of so many people, adults and children, who had just been enjoying a concert. I know I speak for everyone in expressing my deepest sympathy to all who have been affected by this dreadful event and especiall...

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Tammy Gilmer Muslim doctors at the scene of carnage...and I believe Muslim taxi drivers are offering free taxi services...check out Twitter feeds - read Kelly Conway's and Geraldo Rivera's disgusting tweets and a Manchester resident's response to Rivera's post - ...
Susan Morris To our dear queen Elizabeth please force the government to take a stronger stand politically on terrorism , the situation is getting worse and the Uk and the commonwealth need to encourage uniformed laws across all countries. Your power and ...
Jackie Schmidt Singleton To the People of Britain.....My heart breaks for you all....Terrible events happening on OUR EARTH.....IT IS HORRIFYING what is going on....killing innocent and creating havoc is NOT what the CREATOR planned ..... my condolences to all from the USA😢😢😢
Dolores Undasan My prayers goes out to the people in Manchester. This terrorist is a born loser. Killing innocent people does not make him a hero, he is downright a zero. You can run, but you cannot hide. Vengeance is upon you..
Lorena Burris-Soukeroff My sympathies go out to everyone affected. Can we please take note of her immediate reaction of sympathy to the victims, as opposed to Trump's choice to go on the immediate attack when anything takes place? First thought should always be one for those ...
The Royal Family
22:00 05/23/2017

“For any parent, being told that your child may have a life-limiting condition, or may die young, will be one of the most difficult and isolating experiences you can face. As Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospice (EACH), I have seen the incredible difference that children’s hospice and palliative care services can make for children, young people and their families.” To mark Children’s Hospice Week, The Duchess of Cambridge asks everyone to join her in celebrating and shining a light on the lifeline services provided by children’s hospices across the UK. Find out more about Children’s Hospice Week on the EACH website here →

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Maria Rosaria Sorace Malaika e comunque l' inglese è di gran lunga più bello e comprensibile dell'americano . E poi lei ❤️
Sandra Elizabeth Tutton The Duchess is to be commended. Visiting with those facing an uncertain future with a sick child is very, very difficult. Remembering Hospice for Children is a wonderful work.
Richard Aitken Great Work hoorah for our Royal Family.They really do make a difference.
Elena Marzan God Bless you for all the charitable work that you do especially to the future generations.
Barbara Briggs You make a difference, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you.
The Royal Family
09:12 05/21/2017

Yesterday, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry presented a new award on behalf of The Diana Award. The Diana Award honours the legacy of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, by celebrating her belief in the power of young people. The Inaugural Legacy Award celebrates the outstanding achievements of 20 young people from around the world, who have shown qualities of kindness, compassion and service to others – without expecting a reward. As well as presenting each recipient with their award, The Duke and Prince Harry met the 20 winners before the ceremony. Find out more here:

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Donna Stewart Awesome young Men..Both so inspireing..You both Keep the Monachy up with the Play..I think the Queen is the Shizzle and Phillip..So devoted to Country and his Lady..I think Queen Elizabeth is such an Elegant Beautiful Passionate. .Don't Mess with me ...
Karen Pringle Tiedemann you all are soo motivating. soo inspirational. makes me want to think things thru. and actually start spinning out work. ty for that. a glass of kool aid when you get here.
Bri Nys Princess Diana can be proud of her boys. They are wonderful men with a big heart. Princes of the people.
Marilyn Harris Commend those young men for doing what their mom had started
Jackie Williams Two wonderful young men, passionate for a better world. The pressures on them are huge, and their selfllessness exemplary. Well done Wills and Harry! You make me proud!
The Royal Family
09:12 05/21/2017

"Of all of today's pressures on the ocean, perhaps the most visible is the build-up of plastic debris. We need to progress beyond our "take-make-and-waste" economy." "Collaboration across the whole supply chain, from chemists to designers and from manufacturers to retailers, will be essential if we are to develop truly game-changing solutions." – The Prince of Wales, speaking last night at the launch of the #NewPlasticsEconomy Innovation Prize, which encourages innovators to find new ways of designing packaging to help keep plastics out of the ocean. The prize has been launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and The Prince’s International Sustainability Unit. Watch The Prince's speech from the event in full:

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Duangduan Healey I always love the his voice x
Emma Nduson #50Years Ago British committed War crime against humanity and to the people of Biafra....Today what have Nigeria and British achieved so far for the Killing of 3.5million Biafrans Men,women and children.... And the world keep silent about the Crime been ...
Elizabeth Cosgrove Always a champion of our planet. God bless him
김삼재 바다는태초에모든생명체을탄생시킨어머니와같은모태입니다! 바다쓰례기오염환경문제는전인류모든생명들에게위협하는심각한바다생태계을파계합니다!
Rachel Chernetz profit margin cap this industry if they won't stop making non recyclable plastic
The Royal Family
09:12 05/21/2017

The Queen, Colonel-in-Chief, presented new colours to the 1st Battalion and F Company Scots Guards in the Garden at Buckingham Palace, accompanied by The Duke of Kent, Colonel of the Regiment. Her Majesty's association with the Scots Guards dates back to her Coronation, when she became Colonel-in-Chief. The Queen first presented new colours to the Scots Guards at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in 1965 and last presented new colours in 2002, in the year of her Golden Jubilee. Read the full story →

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Pamela Barnes Thank goodness for the Duke of Kent always there for his cousin the Queen xx
Julie Sobchack How splendid this all is! I envy you folks in the UK -- you have a remarkable woman who is your Queen. Bless you all!
Laurel Ann Browning Someone had the entertaining task of ordering an umbrella in exactly that matching shade of blue. 😁
Tom Wright What an amazing person! You Brits need to be proud of your monarch!
Toni Lewis Wonderful photographs, so proud to be British and to have our Queen and family.
The Royal Family
09:12 05/21/2017

In 1762, King George III purchased nearly 200 paintings and drawings by Venetian artist Canaletto from the art collector, Joseph Smith. The artwork was originally bought to decorate King George III's new London residence, Buckingham House (Palace) and now forms part of Royal Collection Trust. Opening on 19 May at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace, Royal Collection Trust's exhibition 'Canaletto & the Art of Venice' showcases one of the finest groups of works by Canaletto in the world. Find out more on their website →

Canaletto & Art of Venice: The Queens Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Canaletto & Art of Venice: The Queens Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Explores the delights of 18th-century Venice, from the splendours of the Grand Canal and St Marks Square to its festivals, theatre and masked carnival

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Chris Zubler Love Canaletto's paintings.
Jan Bowditch Olwyn Baldwin would love to see this. Worth going to London for.
Uli Janßen Evers nothing still about yesterdays presenting of new colours to guards
Rachel Gray A special place in my heart. One special place my husband surprised me with to make up for our honeymoon.
Liz McPeake Just home from a holiday that included a trip to Venice. It was fabulous, if you forget about the crowds. 😄
The Royal Family
20:24 05/18/2017

Today The Queen, alongside The Duke of Edinburgh, hosted a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace - accompanied by other members of The Royal Family and attended by than 8,000 guests. Guests were invited in recognition for the work they have done in their communities and whilst a band played a selection of music, more than 20,000 cakes and 27,000 cups of tea were served. Members of The Royal Family also met guests attending the Party - which is one of four The Queen will host this year. Find out more about the day here >

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Sandra Meehan Myself and my husband had the honour of attending this yesterday and what a truesly magnificent day we have had, it was a day where dreams were made and memories that will never be forgotten. We cannot say a big enough thankyou for out invitation.
Lee Brown Was very lucky to have gone yesterday, was even more luck to have The Queen say hello, and Prince Phillip make a comment about a badge I was wearing. I also got some of my own good pictures. This memory would forever last.
Shirley West My husband Brian and myself had a wonderful day one which we will never forget I just love our Queen and we are so lucky to have reign over us
Susan Kozinets I would so love to be invited to a Royal Tea at Buckingham Palace. My Dad met Prince Phillip over here in Canada back in the 1960's. They were at a Labour Conference together.
Sandie Sikora Beautiful pictures it would be Amazing to attend the Garden Party or just to see Buckingham Palace, I've never been but two of my grandchildren were studying in London and had the opportunity to see the many sights
The Royal Family
18:48 05/13/2017

Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry held a party at Buckingham Palace in honour of children of those who have died serving in the Armed Forces. Over 850 children and their guardians attended. Find out more about the event:

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Bernie Dunne Very proud of our young royals they do a brilliant job.
Barbara F Roddis The lovely Harry, think, Wills, Kate and Harry are a fab trio!!!!🤗xxx
Clare Whitworth Jhole Japes this is what was going on today at the Palace!
Marilyn Tucker McCall As an American Air Force vet's wife, thank you. It's bad enough when a long TDY or deployment comes up for kids, it of course is far worse when it turns into forever gone. I'm sure you've made wonderful memories for all of them!
Gail Wing They sure are a very special trio, condolences to all those beautiful children, a tragedy they should never of, experienced, oh how I pray for world peace, if not in my life time, certainly for mine & everyone's grandchildren!!!
The Royal Family
18:48 05/13/2017

"On this visit, as on our visits to the West of Ireland in 2015 and to Donegal last year, I can assure you that we have felt, and cherished, every single one of the 'Céad míle fáilte' (hundred thousand welcomes) for which Ireland is so very famous." Yesterday, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall ended the #RoyalVisitIreland with a reception at the British Ambassador's Residence in Dublin. Watch His Royal Highness's speech from the reception in full.

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Ruby Johnson Very Beautiful.speech. God Bless
Graham Checkland Hello fellow brits. I am in need of some assistance on the basis of an emergency. Please visit and share. And if you can..... Donate . please.
Chris Dowling Set up the Princess Trust with his own money to help young people set up businesses, at very low rates.
Monya Angel Hospitality one of Gods rules for engagement and a gift to those who find it.
Angie Benson It is time to forget the past As in any seperation in a marriage it is difficult. Let him live with the lady he has always loved !!
The Royal Family
18:48 05/13/2017

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have received an amazing welcome from the people of Ireland on the second day of #RoyalVisitIreland! Their Royal Highnesses spent the day in Kilkenny, meeting residents and stallholders at the local Farmers Market, and even trying their hand at hurling in the grounds of Kilkenny Castle! Later that day Their Royal Highnesses visited Grennan Mill Craft School, and The Prince viewed the Emergency Medical Service Helicopter at the United Nations Training School Ireland. The Duchess ended the day at the Irish National Stud. Tomorrow, The Prince and The Duchess will spend a third and final day in Ireland visiting communities in Dublin. Follow #RoyalVisitIreland to keep up to date with the visit.

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Pauline Salemi Will he be going out on a killing spree? He does like a good old slaughter does the Prince. I suppose he can't be blamed. It's a rogue gene in the royal blood.
Jonathan Hon Samantha Lo Blanco Marco Lo Blanco You're going to all the places that the Prince of Wales is going to! :O
Gary Begg NOT Charles!!! He and she are bad news! Should be Will and Kate!!!
Ian Rimmer How lovely to see them representing the queen. Obviously accepted by Charles and Di sons who have, despite the recently admitted Trauma of loss of their mother, moved on and are taking a very active and public role. It must be very difficult for them ...
Sharron Woods Camilla obviously contributed to the separation of Charles and Diana. Does our country really think they set a great example to the country? Once the Queen gives up her reign, which personally I don't think she will. Surely the only two who does show a ...
The Royal Family
18:48 05/13/2017

Today, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Luxembourg at the request of Her Majesty's Government. The Duchess participated in the official commemoration of the 1867 Treaty of London and took part in several engagements to celebrate the cultural and historic ties between the UK and Luxembourg. Find out more here:

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Vivienne Begg I was working and couldn't get out to see her 🙁
Diane Hastings hard working beautiful lady she will make a great queen one day if the royals are still around then in about 30 years time
Linda Grandmaison The Dutchess is the excellent example to represent our Queen. She has grace,confident good job.
Trambak Sinha Aaaha the day I land in UK, something cool will happen. India is still a Commonwealth nation
Susan Louis An amazing young woman She had slotted into the Royal Family so well
The Royal Family
06:00 05/11/2017

Today Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visited Pangbourne College to celebrate its centenary. The Queen and The Duke attended a Thanksgiving Service before watching the college on parade. Founded as a training college for officers of the Merchant Navy, the school still practices Royal Navy ceremonial traditions with a modern focus on developing leadership. Find out more about the visit here:

Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visit Pangbourne College to celebrate the school
Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visit Pangbourne College to celebrate the school's centenary.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attended a service in the school's Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel before watching a College Parade, to reflect the longstanding military connection.

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Brad Dean God Save The Queen and HRH! ❤️
Susan Moffat Flip how do they manage, I need my feet up every day, my back kills me , they r so lucky
Sue Hollebone We were there x
Carol Woodham It is truly amazing they are able to get out and do these royal duties at their ages. Both have earned some time to just relax at home.
Susan Cornell As the official Facebook page of the Royal Family, please proofread! The verb is "practise" and the noun is "practice." I agree that they do an amazing job 😊
The Royal Family
04:24 05/06/2017

🎥 Yesterday The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attended a Service for Members of the Order of Merit at St James's Palace. The Order is one of several honours conferred by The Queen, and has 24 members at any one time, rewarding achievement in the arts, learning, literature and science.

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Holly Hawk A day or two into retirement and he is still not at the lake fishing! The love story that will go into the ages this history I am proud to say is during my lifetime! His Royal Highness might never see this post. Truly what a wonderful grace.
Pm Roline As I would like to have a royalty that brings a little greatness of soul to my country ... and that gives no place to the doubt about what is French culture. God save the Queen and the people of Great Britain.
Marion Z Costa she's a grand old lady, but wondering why she hasn't retired as the reigning monarch after all these years? Sure she will live to be at least 100 plus.
Rachel Wheeler He looks so proud sitting next to his wife...the queen
Brad Thomas If only every older couple was blessed with such longevity! I hope to be as active as they are when I hit 95!
The Royal Family
04:24 05/06/2017

Today The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attended a Service for Members of the Order of Merit at the Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace. The Order of Merit is one of several honours conferred by The Queen; The Order of Merit has 24 members at any one time, and rewards those who have achieved greatly in the arts, learning, literature and science. Find out more about the Order of Merit on our website here → From left to right back row: Sir James Dyson, Lord Darzi of Denham, David Hockney, Neil MacGregor, The Rt Hon Jean Chretien, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Lord Rees of Ludlow, John Howard, Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub, Professor Dame Ann Dowling, Lord Robert Fellowes. From left to right seated: Sir David Attenborough, Lord Rothschild, Professor Lord May of Oxford, Professor Sir Roger Penrose, Sir Michael Atiyah, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Queen, Lord Foster of Thames Bank, Sir Tom Stoppard, Baroness Boothroyd, Professor Sir Michael Howard and Lord Eames.

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Chris McPeace This just looks like a photo of really 'old school' achievers. No wonder young people are tearing their hair out! 🤓
Charles Harry Gray It must be wonderful to have a class act representing your country instead of this pile of crap we have.
Stephen Mills .,great pic and glad to see. John Howard present. My mum loved you as a champion for. Australia
Salvador Castelbranco From Portugal we salut you Prince Phillip and we wish you all the best.
Dina Emil Congrats Sir Magdy yacoub , you are a great humanitarian and a great man.
The Royal Family
04:24 05/06/2017

An announcement regarding The Duke of Edinburgh.

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Dave Jordan A good husband to the Queen, A hero in his own right, first in his own country and then here when he served in the Royal Navy in World War II. He deserves his retirement from Public Life because his achievements over the years have been fantastic for ...
Margaret Fenton I would like to wish Prince Philip a long and happy retirement , he deserves it and we will miss him . As the Queen herself said he has been her strength and I think he has contributed to the UK immensely, more than we know .we will miss you ability to ...
Deb Hawken With great gratitude I thank the Duke of Edinburgh for your life-long devotion to our Queen and our Country, which you served during World War Two. You are one of the Veterans upon which our peace was built. You also dedicated your life to ...
Jill Russell I certainly won't still be working at 95! Regardless of what people are saying I think the Royals are amazing and well done to HRH Prince Philip for carrying on for so long. He has supported her Majesty The Queen both before she came to the throne and ...
Anna Cunliffe Considering most people retire at 65 the Duke of Edinburgh has most definitely earned my utter respect. He is a wonderful example of a selfless public servant, putting his duties first before himself. Xx
The Royal Family
04:24 05/06/2017

Today The Duke of Edinburgh opened the new Warner Stand at Lord's Cricket Ground. The Duke has a long association with cricket and is officially involved with over 20 cricketing institutions worldwide. At Lord’s His Royal Highness met representatives of Marylebone Cricket Club, including England legend Mike Gatting, and he team involved in creating the new Warner Stand, before formally opening the Stand. Read the full story here →

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Marcus Gilmour Only one world class cricketer shown in all those images - Mike Gatting.....
Sandra Rutherford The Duke of Edinburgh is amazing and deserves a well earned rest. 😊
Stephanie Malaspian I like him too. What a pair of troopers he and the Queen are.
Emma Nduson Queen Elizabeth and British government are historic genocidal sponsor and economic vultures. Posterity will be harsh to them. They are the ones sponsoring killing and persecution of Biafrans by Nigeria terrorist government securities. Here is evidence ...
Elise Van Vessem I love Prince Philip's happy photos... may God continue to bless His Royal Highness and our wonderful Queen <3
The Royal Family
15:36 05/03/2017

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to share a new photograph of Princess Charlotte to mark her second birthday tomorrow. The photograph was taken in April by The Duchess at their home in Norfolk. The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this photograph as they celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday. Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank everyone for all of the lovely messages they have received, and hope that everyone enjoys this photograph of Princess Charlotte as much as they do.

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Kathy Thomson Happy 2nd Birthday Princess Charlotte from New Zealand. We hope you have lots of fun & games with your family. You are growing up to be the most delightfully beautiful Princess XX
Dawn Eastwell Lovely little Princess. I favour she resembles the Middleton side. The shape of her face. Look at pics of Kate as a little one - no mistaken where she gets her looks. There's two lots of genes here. I am a dedicated royal.
Mabel L Whitley Thank you both for sharing a darling picture of your precious little girl, we are honored, or at least I am honored that you were kind enough to include the public and myself and my husband wish Princess Charlotte a wonderful "happy 2nd birthday". She ...
Rita Pretorius Congratulations! May you grow up to be wise, discerning, kind, protected, and always feel safe with lovely and trusted friends.
Melissa Claydon Beautiful young lady xx I can see a true resemblance of her Majesty The Queen in this picture. My children and I wish Princess Charlotte a very happy 2nd birthday xxx
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14:00 04/28/2017

Today The Earl of Wessex visited Bletchley Park, Britain's main decryption hub during the Second World War. It was at Bletchley Park that code-breakers including Alan Turing penetrated the secret communications of the Axis Powers, most notably the German Enigma and Lorenz ciphers. Historians say the efforts made here shortened the war by four years. The Earl visited two newly updated exhibitions which celebrate the pioneering achieved made by those who waged the 'secret war'. Read the full story of The Earl's engagements today, which also included visits to Milton Keynes and Cambridge → Image by Jakob Ebrey Photography for the Bletchley Park Trust.

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Muriel Duncan He Virtually helped to win the war, yet was treated abominably by his country
Judith Russell Bletchley is brilliant, everyone should pay a visit if possible!
Toni Tesar Was there two weeks ago and found it absolutely fascinating. Will be watching the Imitation Game soon.
Charles B McDermott And then Turing's life was destroyed because he was gay.
James Curry Watched the "Imitation Game" twice , on both my outward and return holiday flights. Alan Turing committed suicide in 1954, just before his 42nd birthday. What else would he have achieved had he lived?. Churchill, a great admirer of Turing had his 2nd ...
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14:00 04/28/2017

In the White Drawing room in Windsor Castle, The Queen holds an Audience with His Excellency David Granger, President of Guyana. Throughout the year, The Queen holds many Audiences, which allows her to maintain close ties with officials from the UK, the Commonwealth, and across the world. Find out more →

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Fiona Baker What's in the handbag? House keys, vodka shot, lippie, hankie, incontinence pad, loaded pistol, suduko...? Oh come on, please show and tell.
Glen-Rory Low Wishing my fellow Guyanese countrymen and President a successful State Visit!
Jean Ann Rose Wonderful diplomat, gracious host and queen. She never seems to age! One has to wonder what she thinks of Trump!!
Barbara Hodge I have always wondered why she always has her purse with her. Is she going to write a cheque? or donate to? Perhaps it is to carry tissues, lipstick etc! Just saying.
Kingsultan Sultan Queen should change her policy regarding donald trump too .... the person who badly shake personility of late p.diana by his words ... basically d . J .trump directly hit queen by his words ... So kindly fix him ....
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14:00 04/28/2017

Her Majesty The Queen hosted a ceremony at Windsor Castle on 25 April 2017 to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Motability. The charity enables disabled people, their families and carers to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair using their mobility allowance. The Queen, who has been Patron of Motability since 1977, gave keys to five Motability customers including Edward Todino, a disability advisor at Kingston University (pictured below). Several Motability vehicles were on display at Windsor Castle to show the technological advances that have been made over the course of 40 years. Find out more about the event here:

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Clyde Anderson Great GOD bless your Majesty, you are a great example to the world.🇮🇳🎉🍀🎉💐💐
Lynn Roberts Grice Her Majesty looks beautiful in hot pink. I, so, admire her stamina and support of causes and her people.
Bisi Awosanya Her Majesty. The Queen.
Marilyn Hogan what a fabulous concept and what a fabulous Queen we have...her majesty is looking especially majestic today in fuschia pink
Wendy Murray What I want to know is ,What is her keep fit regime ? She even does stairs and steps without any assistance . I don't know any one of her age that could cope with her work load , or is as mobile .Admiration
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01:12 04/26/2017

On #ANZACDay The Duke of York pays tribute to Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women at a Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial in London. The Duke will later attend a Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey. On 25 April each year, New Zealanders and Australians commemorate Anzac Day, in honour of the men of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who died during the landings at Gallipoli in the Dardanelles.

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Jade Myatt Pamela Myatt this is what you were watching in nz x
Hakan Cimen God with you I met with anzac soldiers who fought for a while I will always respect you with respect.Greeting with sincerely
Sharon Mcleod Love celebrating this special day with our neighbors across the ditch. Thanks Prince Andrew for being part of NZ & Australia's special day.
Ulrike Krenn Der kleine "Andrew"...heute auch schon ein älterer Herr! Da merk ich erst wie der Zahn der Zeit nicht nur an mir nagt!😟
Monika Halovska In four numbers night knock whoes night
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01:12 04/26/2017

The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition was founded in 1883 and is the world’s oldest international schools’ writing contest. Last year, 13,500 entries were received from nearly every Commonwealth country, from the UK all the way to Tristan de Cunha (5,592 miles away)! Thousands of young writers from across the Commonwealth have already submitted their stories for this year’s competition, and there is just one week left to take part. The Duchess of Cornwall, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, has held Awards Ceremonies at Buckingham Palace for competition winners annually since 2014. Read more about the competition and find out how to enter → Read a past winning story →

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Marlowe Wall she reminds me of another dog that broke up a marriage.
Shirley Alice-Mister Can't stand Camilla.
Neville Condron "Dr Congo-man" by Miss Inessa Rajah is a worthy winner of this competition. Have you read it yet? Go on, the link is up there, it is only three pages, so it won't take long. The Duchess of Cornwall is the ideal member of the Royal Family to ...
Terje Egholm Find Peggy Ann Childers on Facebook,her real name is Margaret Anne Windsor she is the only dather of King Edward VIII & Queen Claudia O'Keeffe of England
Monika Halovska Sorry is the cat eye reason to enter there .m is 1 to 1 moduled abc
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01:12 04/26/2017

Watch The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, Patrons of Heads Together, support #TeamHeadsTogether runners in the 2017 London Marathon. The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry are thrilled that so many runners have chosen to wear #TeamHeadsTogether headbands today. Regardless of the great causes they are running for, thousands of people have put on a headband to make this the Mental Health Marathon. Read the full story here → Find out more about Heads Together →

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Noni-Susan Adamski My late father used to work at mental hospital in Canada and some of them have mental illness always come to our home foe chat
Louise Randall Well done to everyone running in support of and to raise funds for mental health! And thank you to our amazing young Royals for doing such amazing work in raising the profile of mental health and the stigma attached to it!! Great work all!
Sara Woods All good stuff to be sure but why is there so much mental anguish in people in the first place? Is the breakdown of family? Faith? Consumerism can't buy happiness? What is it?
Lily Azura Bristow This is one of the most amazing charities it has such a special place in my heart. Please don't suffer In silence as I think many of us do. Heads together well done to the royals, and everybody running today 🏃 x
Eileen Slattery i just love this.... happy Brotherhood and Kathrine.... they are all so loving and friends you can tell. Lets hope Harry finds a great gal and has a specal friend to love and Cherish like William. He is such a cracking them
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12:24 04/23/2017

And they're off! The 2017 London Marathon Men's Elite and 'Mass' race is officially started by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry! Their Royal Highnesses, as Patrons of Heads Together, London Marathon charity of the year, will spend the day supporting #TeamHeadsTogether. Before the race, TRH met Heads Together runners to wish them the best of luck for the day. Heads Together aims to raise awareness, tackle stigma and create a national conversation around mental health. Each of the 39,000 marathon runners have been given a Heads Together headband, to help make the 2017 marathon the 'Mental Health Marathon'. Find out more →

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Geoff Martin Well done runners.Its great the young Royals are getting envolved.Because of folks like them as the put the Great in Britain.
Margerita Cosgrove I am in awe of this young royals this would never have happened years ago and to open up about Thier problems is an inspiration to all who suffer with mental illness
Deborah Mills Well done harry William and Kate people really look up to you, you are kind caring people. I am so proud of you , the warmth you give to the ordinary people is huge. Your mother was a truly beautiful lady who was determined that you cared, bless you I ...
Linda Fox i hope we can have HEADS TOGETHER RUNS IN CANADA .will contact your office for more information am willing to help bring this organization to Canada .
Angela Gillmore These pictures speak louder than words to me the love and support that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and also prince Harry give is amazing it's so good to have these brilliant Royals who talk and think and go through just what we have been through ...
The Royal Family
12:24 04/23/2017

Please take a moment to watch this new film featuring The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry that has been released as part of the Heads Together campaign's #OkToSay series. The film captures a conversation between Their Royal Highnesses that occurred at Kensington Palace as they looked ahead to this weekend's London Marathon and reflected on the growth of the campaign over the last year. The conversation covers a range of topics including the emotional changes new parents go through, bereavement, the stresses of modern childhood, and dealing with trauma in the workplace. The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry are incredibly grateful to everyone who has shared their stories in recent weeks. And having asked others to start conversations on mental health with their friends and families, they wanted to show that they are taking part as well. They hope the film shows how positive a conversation on mental health can be. #HeadsTogether

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Michelle Foulis Thank you for highlighting such a hard topic for people to talk about and also get help for ie my husband who I still can't get to seek help so I try my best to talk to him
Joyce Friend So lovely to listen to the future generation of our royalty speak out their personal feelings, it will help the young generation of our country
Liza Lockyer Marsh I'm am so proud to be British with he royals, you are doing something amazing for the nation and mental health, my to children have problem and
Philip Sutherland Very brave. "Someone has to take the lead. Someone has to force the conversation." (Prince William).
Hannah Jane These 3 are amazing. A modern, relevant royal family who care about actually making a difference for people.
The Royal Family
12:24 04/23/2017

Happy Birthday Her Majesty! Today is The Queen's 91st birthday. Born in London on 21 April 1926, Queen Elizabeth II has ruled for longer than any other Monarch in British history, becoming a much loved and respected figure around the world. Her Majesty continues to carry out a full programme of engagements, from visits to charities and schools, to hosting visiting Heads of State, to leading the nation in Remembrance and celebratory events. The Queen's official birthday celebrations are held in June. This year, The Trooping of the Colour falls on 17 June 2017. Find out more here:

Trooping the Colour
Trooping the Colour

Over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday. The streets are lined with crowds waving flags as the parade moves from Buckingham Palace and down The Mall to H...

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Sheryl Levene Pappas Happy birthday, your Majesty! My parents were both English, most of my family still lives there, and I've always loved to visit London, and British history. May you enjoy good health, and be surrounded by loving family and friends. God save the Queen!
Carole Sprackling Warren And my mum was outside her grandparents house the day she was born,while waiting for news, a nurse came to the window holding the baby princess,so she was one of the people to see our Queen.x
Madelynn Kiernan-Cooper The Monarchy is An outdated and antiquated class based separation of people. Look at your money and look at hers and tell me SHE serves you! No place for the monarchy and their golden carriage while people starve in the U.K.! Utterly disgusting that the ...
Peggy Minah Blessed birthday your Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11 of the relm. You have been through much in your life yet you have held your head high and move on with grace and what I admire you for saying that it is your faith that has been strengthened and the word ...
Nadine M Banwell If my husband were alive he would wish Queen Elizabeth a most Happy Birthday! May God Bless her! He is undoubtedly waving the Union Jack 🇬🇧 for her in Heaven!
The Royal Family
23:36 04/20/2017

Official investitures have been held today, presided over by The Duke of Cambridge. His Royal Highness awarded the Polar Medal to Joanna Worsley – the wife of the late Antarctica explorer Lieutenant Colonel Henry Worsley. Henry raised over £100,000 for the Endeavour Fund but died on a solo Antarctic crossing in 2016. The #EndeavourFund was founded in 2012, as part of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry's Royal Foundation. The fund supports recovery of wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women. Also at the investiture today, from the world of sport, Jessica Ennis received her Damehood for services to athletics. And several Paralympians also received honours – including Lee Pearson, Sophie Christiansen and Jody Cundy. Mark Rylance received his Knighthood for services to drama and Victoria Beckham received an #OBE for services to the fashion industry. Julie Love received an #MBE for setting up Scottish charity "DAYNA" to support families where loved ones have died abroad. Find our more about the behind the scenes of an investitures here -

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Andy Byers Bloody he'll it's like someone rounded up all of the most miserable people in the country and asked them to comment on this post!!!!
Angela Roche Reville What is Victoria Beckham doing there? What has she achieved? What has she contributed to society?
Yan Yee Law In der Tat war HKTVB einen Fernseher, aber ihre großen Ehrgeiz, der Wunsch, die Regierungen der Welt zu kontrollieren, damit das Geld zu verwenden, um die Terroristen zu kaufen, deren Ziel ist es, die Prostitution und den Verkauf von Drogen.
Jennifer Bate Yuk... they can't list the Paralympians but give us Victoria Beckham.... hang in there Victoria you might become a lady yet...
Khalid Hassan 1875 سيطرت الحكومة البريطانية على الهند ووضعتها تحت الاحتلال المباشر، وقضت على شركة الهند الشرقية البريطانية، مما أدى إلى اتساع حدود الهند بحيث اشتملت على ما يعرف الآن بباكستان وبنغلاديش وميانمار وسريلانكا. 1947 انتهاء الاحتلال البريطاني وتقسيم شبه ...
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