Category: Her Majesty The Queen

The monarch wore a cheerful yellow outfit to attend the annual race day

The monarch wore a cheerful yellow outfit to attend the annual race day

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The Queen enjoys a day in the sunshine at the Epsom Derby! The monarch wore a cheerful yellow outfit to attend the annual race day The Queen looked to be having a wonderful time at the races on Saturday as she attended the annual Epsom Derby Festival. Dressed in a bright yellow coat, a floral patterned dress and yellow hat with pretty flower detail, the monarch looked radiant in her summery ensemble. She teamed her cheerful outfit with pearl earrings and a matching pearl necklace, completing her look perfectly. The Queen looked happy as she enjoyed a day at the races On arrival at the racecourse, the Queen was met by Julia Budd, Chairman of the Epson Downs Racecourse in Surrey. The Derby is one of the highlights of the Queen’s calendar and she clearly enjoyed the day out, smi
The Queen’s look of horror at Turkish first lady’s footwear

The Queen’s look of horror at Turkish first lady’s footwear

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The Queen's look of horror at Turkish first lady's footwear ( 23 November 2011) One always hopes one’s guests will be comfortable. But sometimes they don’t do themselves any favours. As the Queen greeted the first lady of Turkey yesterday, she couldn’t help an admonishing glance at her guest’s six-inch platform shoes. Hayrunnisa Gul, wife of Turkey’s president, tottered gingerly on to the red carpet as she and her husband arrived for lunch at Buckingham Palace. The Queen, in her usual sensible court shoes, appeared somewhat taken aback by her glamorous guest’s footwear. Maybe she was worried about Mrs Gul tripping up on the carpet. Or fretting how she would manage all the stairs in the palace, which has few lifts. No matter. Mrs Gul is something of a stilleto expert. In September s
The Queen was all smiles as she drove herself back home after an enjoyable day at the Royal Windsor

The Queen was all smiles as she drove herself back home after an enjoyable day at the Royal Windsor

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Beaming Queen drives herself back home after day at Royal Windsor Horse Show The 91-year-old monarch was photographed in her Range Rover at Windsor The Queen was all smiles as she drove herself back home after an enjoyable day at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. Her Majesty, 91, beamed from ear-to-ear as she was pictured in the driving seat of her Range Rover. The royal, who was a mechanic during the Second World War, has always insisted on taking the wheel when she can and it's clear she still has a fondness for motoring At Wednesday's event, the Queen had every reason to smile. Her horse Tower Bridge competed in the Cuddy Heavyweight Hunter Class in the Frogmore Arena, finishing second in the competition. The monarch took in the action alongside TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh, who w...
BREAKING NEWS: Prince Philip to stand down from official duty

BREAKING NEWS: Prince Philip to stand down from official duty

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Prince Philip, 95, is standing down from official duty, it has been announced. Buckingham Palace released a statement on Thursday, saying: "His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh has decided that he will no longer carry out public engagements from the autumn of this year. In taking this decision, The Duke has the full support of the Queen. Prince Philip will attend previously scheduled engagements between now and August, both individually and accompanying The Queen. Thereafter, The Duke will not be accepting new invitations for visits and engagements, although he may still choose to attend certain public events from time to time. "The Duke of Edinburgh is Patron, President or a member of over 780 organisations, with which he will continue to be associated, although he will no long
Speaking exclusively to Express co uk, the magician revealed his pride at performing for the Royals in both a magic and military capacity

Speaking exclusively to Express co uk, the magician revealed his pride at performing for the Royals in both a magic and military capacity

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Britain's Got Talent 2017: Prince Harry admits Queen's an avid viewer, past winner reveals BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT winner Richard Jones exclusively revealed that the Queen watched his winning performance during last year's finals of the ITV show. Speaking exclusively to Express co uk, the magician revealed his pride at performing for the Royals in both a magic and military capacity. He explained: "I've performed for the Royal family loads of times with my role in the army, but the Royal Variety was the first time doing it with magic. "I did see Prince Harry a few weeks after the final and he said he watched the semi-final when I was performing. He said he watched the final on YouTube because he missed it. He said he loved it, so that's good!" Richard, 26, then revealed that...
What Vimy means today, a century after the iconic battle

What Vimy means today, a century after the iconic battle

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This was not a day for dry-eyed analysis. Instead it was a day for feeling and communing with the dead, and commune we did. If the First World War was the war to end all wars then Vimy Ridge ought to have been the war monument to end all war monuments. Except it wasn’t, and it isn’t. The reality of Vimy and what it has come to mean to Canadians over the past century are two linked but separate stories. It was, as the Prince of Wales pointed out in his speech today, “the bloodiest battle in Canadian military history.” What it wasn’t, was a deterrent to further violence. Here’s a fact no one mentioned at the grand commemoration ceremony that took place on this parcel of Canadian soil in France: This glorious stone monument rising out of it into the limitless blue sky was under Hitler’s c
Princess Margaret: A Love Story documentary 2017

Princess Margaret: A Love Story documentary 2017

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A documentary that looks back to the furore caused by Princess Margaret's affair with Peter Townsend, a divorced commoner. Billed as a constitutional crisis, Margaret's dilemma was the first modern royal scandal which would shape the future of royal relations with the media. In 1955 she chose to sacrifice love for duty by ending the affair, but new evidence presented here suggests that hers was a needless sacrifice. Tags: Margaret, Princess, Princess Margaret