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Old 05-18-2016, 06:34 AM
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For news about the State Opening of Parliament and details of live coverage, please see the following thread:

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...ml#post1890053
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Yesterday, May 25, the Duke of Edinburgh visited Grafham Water to celebrate the reservoir's 50th anniversary and to open a new facility to secure water supplies. It had been the Duke of Edinburgh who first opened Grafham Reservoir 50 years ago.


** grafham.org: A Right Royal Visit ** miltonkeynes.co.uk article with pics from 1966 **


** cambridge-news.co.uk: WATCH: The Duke of Edinburgh returns to Grafham Water 50 years after opening it **
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Random question- does anyone know when the next British state visit is? I was wondering and couldn't find the info


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I believe that there is to be a State Visit from Columbia in November this year. I can't find any information of any others. Usually there are two a year but the last one was last year, again in November, so that will be a year in between them.

They were planning a State Visit from Spain in February but it was cancelled due to the political situation in Spain.
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Old 05-26-2016, 09:42 AM
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Her Majesty used her Queenmobile for Inspection today:
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Here's a nice large gallery:


** gettyimages/zimbio: The Queen Celebrates 300 Years Of The Royal Artillery **


** dailymail: The Queen is welcomed with a 21-gun salute as she attends a parade to mark ..**
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The Duke of Edinburgh attended the ceremony of Beating Retreat performed by the Massed Bands of the Royal Marines at Horse Guards yesterday, May 26:



** gettyimages/zimbio gallery **
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The Duke of Edinburgh will not attend commemorations marking the Battle of Jutland in Orkney following medical advice.

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Prince Philip is not in hospital. Buckingham Palace hasn't said what is wrong with him.

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It's understood Prince Philip has no plans to cancel any other engagements this week

Duke of Edinburgh to miss commemoration on medical grounds - ITV News
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Old 05-30-2016, 10:38 AM
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I wish him well, but sometimes one just don't feel up to doing things.

The reality of these people age will continue to be more evident now.
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Old 05-30-2016, 10:59 AM
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He is 95 qand still active. It's rather the norm at his age that some (as minor as they could be) injuries or bothers can be overwhelming. Still, I am rather "slow" in accepting that. Wishing all the best to this enviable man!
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I don't think he's ill. He's been advised not to go so he's not going. Whilst I can't imagine Philip took the decision lightly it's evidence that he is realising his age.
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It could be anything from a slight cold to a turned ankle or anything minor that just requires a day or two of rest. I don't think there's any cause for real alarm either.
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Old 05-30-2016, 01:56 PM
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If it was something minor, the palace would've mentioned it. Like when The Queen pulls out of an engagement due to a bad back or cold. There's some aspects of the Prince Philip's health that he and the palace don't want people to know about. That's his business of course, but he's about to turn 95 folks. Anything can come about at anytime.
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I suspect its simply because it means travelling such a long way. Interestingly Anne was planned to attend all along and I wonder if this is a new strategy that Philip attends events with other members of the RF so if he needs to skip it he can.
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It's a shame that Prince Philip will not be attending the event in Orkney as I'm sure he will be disappointed not to be going. By flight it's around 525 between London and Orkney so I guess a flight time of 1hr 30 mins - quite a trek there and back.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36413087
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Philip 'Frustrated' To Miss Jutland Memorial
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SkyNews UK just had an interview with Tim and he said he has a 'minor' issue and this is precautionary. I have paraphrased Tim's words by the way. I am sure he wouldn't be saying anything without the approval of HM and Philip (and Anne) of course so it sounds like more a precaution than a major health scare.

He has a very busy two weeks ahead and I am sure he wants to be beside HM over the birthday weekend next week:

9th June - a visit to the cricket (he loves his cricket and I am sure he would love to make his annual visit to Lords).
10th June - 95th birthday and a Church Service and Reception for the Commonwealth GGs
11th June - Trooping the Colour
12th June - the Party in the Mall
13th June - Garter Day
14th - 18th June - Ascot
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Old 05-30-2016, 06:53 PM
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I hope Prince Philip make it to all of those events!
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I noticed in the article posted it mentioned that the event at Jutland was prone to be quite windy. Maybe its a precautionary measure as we've seen what happened with the DoE when he was exposed to the weather for the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. He ended up in the hospital.

Better to be safe than sorry especially with all the events coming up soon.
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Golly I hope we don't over react every time something like this happens. They are both in their '90s this is what is going to happen from now on. The have the best medical care in the world and are well looked after.
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