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We feeling Sorry to Princess Mary of Denmark and children

We feeling Sorry to Princess Mary of Denmark and children

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Princess Mary of Denmark and children visit Prince Henrik in hospital after condition 'worsens' Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has taken her two eldest children to visit their grandfather Prince Henrik in hospital. Henrik, 83, has been seriously ill for the past two weeks and on Friday the Danish royal palace announced that his condition has "unfortunately greatly worsened". According to local publication BT, Mary visited her father-in-law early on Friday morning for half an hour, accompanied by her son Prince Christian, 12, and her daughter Princess Isabella, ten. Mary's husband Crown Prince Frederik is on his way back from South Korea, where he was attending the Winter Olympics as an International Olympic Committee member. Frederik cut short his visit in order to fly back to see ...
Wallis Simpson Loved Another Man — and Left the Duke of Windsor Alone on His Death Bed

Wallis Simpson Loved Another Man — and Left the Duke of Windsor Alone on His Death Bed

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Wallis Simpson Loved Another Man — and Left the Duke of Windsor Alone on His Death Bed When King Edward VIII famously abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry twice-divorced American Wallis Simpson, it seemed like a love story of royal proportions. But a new biography of Wallis reveals that her heart may have belonged to someone other than the Duke of Windsor, as Edward VIII was known after his abdication. In Wallis In Love, Andrew Morton — who wrote the famed tell-all about Princess Diana’s life and marriage to Prince Charles, Diana: Her True Story — unearths Wallis’s most true, most lasting love: Herman Rogers. Morton calls him “the most significant man in her life.”   Wallis first met Herman after her first marriage to Navy pilot Win Spencer started to crumble, when she travelle
Queen: Princess Margaret’s SHOCK three words to Elizabeth as she found out she’d be ruler

Queen: Princess Margaret’s SHOCK three words to Elizabeth as she found out she’d be ruler

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Queen: Princess Margaret's SHOCK three words to Elizabeth as she found out she’d be ruler QUEEN ELIZABETH II: Her sister Princess Margaret had a surprising reaction to news Elizabeth was the heir to the throne and would become Queen of England. The story will be revealed in Elizabeth: Our Queen on Channel 5.  Queen Elizabeth II’s sister, Princess Margaret, said a surprising thing to her sister upon learning she would become the Queen of England. The exchange happened on 10th December 1936, which began as an ordinary day for Princess Elizabeth, who was 10 years old at the time. She had just finished her swimming lesson, and was preparing to write up her notes from the class. However, she was disturbed by sounds outside – she asked what was happening, and was told her uncle,
Who Is the Queen’s Youngest Grandson, James, Viscount Severn?

Who Is the Queen’s Youngest Grandson, James, Viscount Severn?

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Who Is the Queen's Youngest Grandson, James, Viscount Severn? With two weddings and two new babies, the members of the royal family have quite a year ahead of them. And being a member of "the Firm," as the family is known, means everyone has a role to play, from the Queen's direct heirs to her other children and grandchildren. With that in mind, we're turning our attention to some of the lesser-known members of the Windsor clan. Here's everything you need to know about Queen Elizabeth's youngest grandchild, 10-year-old James, Viscount Severn. When he was born on December 17, 2007, in Surrey, his father described him as "very cute and very cuddly," according to the BBC. His name, James Alexander Philip Theo, was announced several days later; his full surname is Mountbatten-Windsor. ...
The moment the Queen learnt she was heir to the throne

The moment the Queen learnt she was heir to the throne

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The moment the Queen learnt she was heir to the throne Princess Elizabeth was just ten years old when her uncle King Edward VIII abdicated The extraordinary moment the Queen learnt that she had become heiress presumptive to the throne in December 1956 has been revealed in a new documentary. The first episode of Elizabeth: Our Queen tells how a young Princess Elizabeth, aged ten, had started her day as normal – by attending a swimming lesson. She came home and was getting ready to write up her notes from her class when she heard cries of 'God Save the King' from outside. The young Princess asked the footman what was happening, and he explained that her uncle King Edward VIII had abdicated, making her father the new King. The documentary reveals how Elizabeth went to find her younge
Shocked: Queen Elizabeth couldn’t hide her deep emotions her tears said thousands of words

Shocked: Queen Elizabeth couldn’t hide her deep emotions her tears said thousands of words

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We should be celebrating, but the nation is sombre: Queen's emotional birthday message THE QUEEN has urged Britain to remain strong in the “face of adversity” following the recent tragedies in London and Manchester. In an emotional birthday message she admitted she found it hard to ignore the “very sombre mood” across the country. On the day of her official birthday, she said while today is “traditionally a day of celebration” she was, like others, still in shock. She said: “Today is traditionally a day of celebration. This year, however, it is difficult to escape a very sombre national mood. "In recent months, the country has witnessed a succession of terrible tragedies.” Accompanied by the Duke of Cambridge, the Queen visited west London on Friday after a deadly
Emotional Meeting: The Queen and Prince William have met emergency services, residents and volunteers affected by the horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire

Emotional Meeting: The Queen and Prince William have met emergency services, residents and volunteers affected by the horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire

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Queen and Prince William in emotional meeting with Grenfell Tower fire victims The Queen and Prince William have met emergency services, residents and volunteers affected by the horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire. Her Majesty and the Duke of Cambridge visited the Westway Sports Centre in west London to pay their respects after a raging inferno ripped through the 24-storey block of flats in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Wearing bright royal blue, the Queen greeted officials from the police and fire services. The sports and fitness centre was turned into a refuge for residents evacuated from the flats and left destitute by the blaze, which has left 17 people dead. Gymnastic mats were laid out on the floor of the main fall, as organisers tried to make it a home for ...