The news and pictures of the Queen & Prince Philip and Charles & Camilla in Wales have been moved to the Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip Current Eventsthread,here. The event was the opening of the new Welsh Assembly Building by HM, the rest were in the support cast.
Royals attend the second memorial service for Lord Lichfield, Royal photographer and cousin of The Queen who died November 11, 2005, at Guards Chapel, Birdcage Walk on March 9, 2006 in London, England.
Duchess Camilla charming and kisses princess of kent. Duchess speak with princess Sophie. Duchess Camilla warmest with royal ladies and speak.! They see out happy and speak with Duchess Camilla first photo!!!! Royal family in love Duchess Camilla now!
Royals out in force for Lord Lichfield Memorial Service
The Royal Family's leading ladies put on an elegant show of support for Lord Lichfield's loved-ones when they turned out for a memorial service in London on Thursday. Sophie Wessex, looking graceful in an oriental-style suit and feathered hat, was warmly greeted by Prince Charles' wife Camilla when she arrived for the event in the Guards Chapel at Wellington Barracks.................. http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty...fieldmemorial/
Harry's girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, arrived at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday, but will not be attending the parade, said a Buckingham Palace spokesman.
The spokesman declined to comment on reports Davy would attend a graduation ball with the Prince later Wednesday.
Prince Harry marched in front of the Queen today at his passing out ceremony at Sandhurst.
As he commissioned as an officer in the Army, the 21-year-old third in line to throne took part in the military college's historic Sovereign's Parade.
He was also watched by his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh, his proud father the Prince of Wales, stepmother the Duchess of Cornwall and brother Prince William.
Prince Harry, center, smiles as his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, partially seen, reviews officers during The Sovereign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst England on the completion of their training Wednesday April 12, 2006
The Queen inspected both ranks of the senior division and the front rank of the junior division during the parade.
Afterwards, she gave a speech to the cadets where she described the parade as a "great occasion".
"This day marks the beginning of what I hope will be highly successful careers," she said.
"My prayers and my trust go with you all."
She also presented the prestigious Sword of Honour to the best cadet and also handed out the Overseas Medal and the Queen's Medal, before addressing the newly-commissioned officers. It was the first time in 15 years that she has attended a Sovereign's Parade in the quadrangle of the college in Camberley, Surrey.
I especially liked the photos where Harry is grinning from ear to ear, as red in his face as the band on his hat It seems like he is struggling very hard not to start laughing (for what reason he should laugh, I don't know, since it seems like a serious occation, though it must be strange being inspected by granny!!)