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Death Certificate for Lord Lucan Granted; Son Inherits Earldom

  February 4, 2016 at 1:30 am by

There is now a new Earl of Lucan, 42 years after the 7th Earl disappeared following the gruesome murder of the family nanny. George Bingham became the 8th Earl after a High Court judge yesterday approved a death certificate for his father, John Bingham – more commonly known as Lord Lucan. The Earl has not been seen since November 1974, when he disappeared after allegedly beating nanny Sandra Rivett to … Continue reading

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Pregnant Princesses Steal The Show At Representation Dinner

  February 3, 2016 at 9:50 pm by

Sweden’s pregnant Princesses, Victoria and Sofia, stole the show at this evening’s representation dinner at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Both Princesses brought sparkle to the dinner, not only via the tiaras on their heads, but in their evening gowns – Victoria recycled a pale blue beaded gown while Sofia wore a gold sequinned gown believed to have been borrowed from one of her close friends. Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria … Continue reading

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Delphine Boël Has Court Victory, Can Continue Legal Suit For Paternity

  February 3, 2016 at 7:26 pm by

After a 15-month case, Belgium’s Constitutional Court has ruled that Delphine Boël, who claims to be a biological daughter of former King Albert II, can continue with her legal bid to prove her paternity. The Court today announced its decision that the right to have the knowledge of your biological father is more important than the law, which states that such a challenge must be done either prior to the child’s … Continue reading

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Duchess of Cornwall Indulges In Literacy Passion

  February 3, 2016 at 7:00 pm by

The Duchess of Cornwall today indulged in one of her passions, the promotion of literacy, during a visit to Peterborough. In a bluey-purple and red tartan outfit, the Duchess first stopped at Peterborough Cathedral for a literacy festival celebrating the work of one of her patronages, the National Literacy Trust. Dozens of schoolchildren from the area were present for a storytelling workshop before Camilla presented a number of awards. Camilla then … Continue reading

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Navy and Diamonds The Perfect Combination for Camilla At Gala Dinner

  February 2, 2016 at 7:12 pm by

Wearing a navy lace Bruce Oldfield evening gown, a large diamond necklace and a pair of diamond earrings, the Duchess of Cornwall shone tonight at the British Asian Trust gala at the National History Museum. Accompanying her husband, the Prince of Wales – who founded the charity in 2007, Camilla walked the red carpet and mingled with celebrities such as a disheveled  Simon Cowell and Leona Lewis before sitting down … Continue reading

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New Website Presents Centuries-Old Dutch Royal Collection

  February 2, 2016 at 6:34 am by

The Dutch Royal Court yesterday set live a new website specifically for the Royal Archives. With 300 objects currently loaded on to the site, dating back to 1490, the purpose of the website is to provide the reader with a “virtual path of the cultural heritage of the House of Orange-Nassau”. Among the items of the Archives shown on the website at present include the former Queen Beatrix’s inauguration gown, … Continue reading

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Kate To Give First Interview To Celebrate Queen’s 90th Birthday

  February 1, 2016 at 8:30 pm by

The Duchess of Cambridge will take part in her first interview since becoming a member of the royal family, in a two-hour film to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday. Kate will appear alongside Prince William, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in the documentary The Queen at Ninety (working title) produced by ITV. It will air in the northern spring, offering a “fresh insight into the monarch’s life and work.” Her … Continue reading

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Aptly In Red, Crown Princess Mary Attends Red Cross Networking Event

  February 1, 2016 at 3:56 pm by

Denmark’s Crown Princess Mary today participated in a networking event at the Danish Red Cross centre in Slagelse, for adults who suffer from loneliness and are separated from society. Mary – wearing a deep red blouse and black trousers – joined in the meeting and spoke with a number of local adults taking up the offer of the Værket project, which is a joint effort between the Danish Red Cross and The … Continue reading

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Spanish Court Declares Infanta Cristina WILL Face Trial

  January 29, 2016 at 7:39 pm by

The three judges presiding over the Nóos corruption trial in Palma de Mallorca have declared that Infanta Cristina will have to face two charges of tax fraud, as they feel the Bótin doctrine does not apply to her as they believe her to have been a “necessary cooperator” in the alleged crime. Infanta Cristina will now return to court on February 9 with the other 17 defendants in the case, … Continue reading

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Prince Harry Cheers On Britain’s Next Invictus Champions

  January 29, 2016 at 5:12 pm by

At the University of Bath Sports Training Village today, Prince Harry cheered on from the sidelines as wounded veterans battled it out for places on Britain’s team for the Invictus Games that will take place in May in Orlando. Embed from Getty Images The royal – who put together the first edition of the sporting event for injured servicemen, women and veterans in 2014 – spent much time chatting and laughing … Continue reading

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A Teary Duchess of Cornwall Meets Domestic Violence Survivors

  January 27, 2016 at 9:17 pm by

The Duchess of Cornwall struggled to hold back her tears during a visit to the offices of charity SafeLives, which helps to protect victims of partner or family violence. Camilla met with and listened to the stories of a number of women touched by domestic violence. One woman’s story appeared to effect the Duchess the most: as she listened to Diana Parkes explain how her daughter Joanna was murdered by … Continue reading

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Queen Letizia Dons Red For Audiences at Zarzuela

  January 26, 2016 at 10:21 pm by

The Queen of Spain held two audiences today at Zarzuela Palace. Wearing a red blazer over a white and black floral top from Mango, Queen Letizia welcomed individuals from the Madrid Association for Specific Language Impairment and from the Board and Scientific Committee of the Spanish Nutrition Foundation. Embed from Getty Images Queen Letizia during the audience at Zarzuela Palace

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Prince Charles Recalls Childhood Illness During Visit to Stoke-on-Trent

  January 26, 2016 at 7:23 pm by

The Prince of Wales was reminded of his childhood contraction of the chicken pox today during a visit to Stoke-on-Trent. Prince Charles was being shown around Middleport Pottery when he caught sight of an April 1959 edition of The Evening Sentinal that gave an update of his sickness at the time. Embed from Getty Images Among other places the Prince visited during his time in Stoke-on-Trent were the Wedgwood Institute and the Burslem School of … Continue reading

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Marriage Certificate of Napoleon and Joséphine Up For Auction

  January 26, 2016 at 6:15 am by

French auction house Osenat has announced that a lot in one of their upcoming auctions is the religious marriage certificate of Napoleon Bonaparte and his first wife, Joséphine de Beauharnais. The certificate, demanded by Pope Pius VII in order for him to attend the coronation of Napoleon in December 1804 (until then the couple had only had a civil service, not a Catholic marriage ceremony), is part of the collection of American billionaire Christopher … Continue reading

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Fergie’s Latest Venture: A Book On Tea

  January 25, 2016 at 8:14 pm by

It is being reported that Sarah, Duchess of York is embarking on another new venture: she is due to author a book on the art of tea with American publisher Abrams. Tea And Gratitude With The Duchess will be published in 2017, according to The Daily Mail, and will instruct readers on “brewing and serving the perfect cup of tea” as well as how to “set the perfect table and throw a tea … Continue reading

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Swathed in Blue, Sofia Joins Husband At Swedish Sports Gala

  January 25, 2016 at 7:08 pm by

A pregnant Princess Sofia and her husband Prince Carl Philip walked the red carpet at the Swedish Sports Gala this evening, where the Prince later presented the Jerring Prize to swimmer Sarah Sjöström. Embed from Getty Images Sofia wore a midnight blue evening gown from the brand Greta, that featured a Peter Pan collar and a bow around the waist, which only accentuated her pregnant stomach. She accessorised with a pair … Continue reading

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790Million€ Transport Project Launched by Morocco’s King

  January 25, 2016 at 6:52 pm by

The King of Morocco today announced a 790million€ transportation project for Casablanca that will see its tram and road networks expanded. King Mohammed VI launched the project on a visit to Aïn Sebaâ – Hay Mohammadi. He has a “constant will” to improve the conditions of the economic capital of his country. According to Agence Marocaine de Presse, the project will bring Casablanca’s transport system “in line with international standards”.

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“We Have Lost A Friend” – William and Harry Mourn Explorer Henry Worsley

  January 25, 2016 at 8:48 am by

Kensington Palace has released a statement from the Duke of Cambridge on the death British explorer Henry Worsley, who was attempting to become the first individual to cross Antarctica unaided. “Harry and I are very sad to hear of the loss of Henry Worsley. He was a man who showed great courage and determination and we are incredibly proud to be associated with him…We have lost a friend, but he will remain … Continue reading

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Black and White with a Stripe – Victoria Visits Viksjö School

  January 25, 2016 at 7:19 am by

Crown Princess Victoria today attended a lecture by Emerich Roth, a Holocaust survivor, at Viksjö School in Järfälla. The purpose of the visit was to highlight Peace Week, and the Crown Princess and Mr Roth – a Czechoslovakian who survived numerous concentration camps before migrating to Sweden in 1950 – were shown exhibits the school’s students created on the themes of peace and democracy. Victoria, who is due to give birth … Continue reading

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Snow Princess Athena Turns Four With A Smile

  January 24, 2016 at 9:00 am by

Denmark’s youngest Princess, Athena, today celebrated her fourth birthday and the Royal Court released two new photographs to mark the occasion. They show the Princess and her brother Prince Henrik frolicking in the snow earlier this month. In an individual portrait, Athena smiles a cheeky grin at the camera – behind which stands photograph Steen Brogaard – dressed in a pink snowsuit. What a cheeky grin! Denmark's Princess Athena turned … Continue reading

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