Duchess of Cornwall Receives Royal Victorian Order
On her seventh wedding anniversary, the Duchess of Cornwall has been made a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order by Queen Elizabeth II.
Buckingham Palace announced the appointment a few hours ago, in the morning of April 9th.
The Royal Victorian Order is presented for personal services to the Sovereign, and is bestowed at the Queen’s discretion. The Order was founded in 1896 by Queen Victoria.
Read the press release here.Filed under British Royals
Tagged Royal Orders, The Duchess of Cornwall.
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