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The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies

The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies

Queen Elizabeth
The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies It might not seem the most agreeable subject to think about, but plans have been revealed as to what will happen when The Queen passes away. Although no-one likes to mull on anyone's death too much, the monarch will be 91 next month, and the day will inevitably come when the throne passes to Prince Charles. And there is a highly-detailed plan of how the nation will be told - and what happens in the next days and hours. It includes a special codeword for the Queen, and a detailed plan with everything from her undertaker's name to the number of pall bearers and the length of gunfire salute in her The details were revealed by The Guardian based on various emergency plans in place. This is what they show: Ho...
Prince William and Kate visit Paris 20 years after Diana’s death

Prince William and Kate visit Paris 20 years after Diana’s death

Duchess Catherine
Prince William will make one of the most significant trips of his official life this week when he visits France. William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will travel to Paris for a two-day tour of the city, 20 years since Princess Diana's death. Over the years the prince has travelled to France for various rugby and soccer matches but this will be his first visit to the country in an official capacity. The royal couple will attend a reception for young French leaders from a range of industries as well as a formal, black tie dinner at the British Embassy. They will also make a cameo at the Wales v France Six Nations rugby test. William was 15 when Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997. Both princes William and Harry plan to commemorate her passin...
Not Royal But Sharing Sad News: We are sorry for Tommy Page who was the best known for his 1990 hit song “I’ll Be Your Everything”

Not Royal But Sharing Sad News: We are sorry for Tommy Page who was the best known for his 1990 hit song “I’ll Be Your Everything”

Duchess Catherine
Tommy Page, who was best known for his 1990 hit single "I'll Be Your Everything," was found dead on Friday, March 3, of an apparent suicide, Us Weekly can confirm. He was 46. A source tells Us that Page hanged himself, adding, "It's a shock to everyone because he was always so happy. There was no sign anything was wrong." Page was most closely associated with New Kids on the Block. The boy band's members Jordan Knight and Danny Wood cowrote "I'll Be Your Everything" with Page, earning the singer-songwriter the first and only Billboard No. 1 single of his career. He was famously NKOTB's opening act on their summer 1989 tour. R.I.P. @Tommypage https://t.co/gd3k0QARgA — Danny Wood (@dannywood) March 4, 2017 Later in his career, Page worked as an A&R executive and vice president of t
Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge going Paris for an official visit

Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge going Paris for an official visit

Duchess Catherine
William and Kate to make a poignant visit to Paris next month for the first time since Princess Diana was killed in a car crash almost 20 years ago Royal couple will spend two days in the French capital next month Although Harry has visited, William has not been to city since mother's death Couple will undertake eight engagements, including black tie dinner Diana died in car accidents with boyfriend Dodi Fayed in August 1997 Prince William is to visit Paris for the first time since his mother died in the city when he and the Duchess of Cambridge travel there on an official visit next month. Their mini-tour, almost 20 years after Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed in a car crash in the French capital, is bound to be an emotional one for the second in line to the throne. Although his ...
A Great Honor to the Great Rose of England after 20 Years of Her Death

A Great Honor to the Great Rose of England after 20 Years of Her Death

Princess Diana
20 Years After Her Death, Princess Diana Is Finally Honored With a Holiday There couldn't be a more fitting name for it. There's going to be a holiday in honor of Princess Diana — and it will celebrate the exact thing that made her so loved. To mark the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's 1997 death, The Diana Award, an organization established in 1999, will celebrate her life's work through a year-long series of events. The charity, which runs many initiatives such as anti-bullying campaigns, will launch the international Legacy Award, given to 20 exceptional youth members who have successfully demonstrated positive social change, as well as new app and a new holiday based off of Diana's loving spirit, National Kindness Day, reports the UK's Express. The holiday's main purpose is to
See Princess Diana in Rarely-Seen Portrait The late royal is stunning on the cover of the special edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK

See Princess Diana in Rarely-Seen Portrait The late royal is stunning on the cover of the special edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK

Princess Diana
See Princess Diana in Rarely-Seen Portrait on the Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK Twenty years after her tragic death, Princess Diana continues to cover magazines. The late royal is stunning on the cover of the special edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK, released in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition at Kensington Palace, “Diana: A Fashion Story,” which opens on February 27. The cover features a head-to-toe shot of Diana, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. The image was last seen on the cover of the August 1995 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, which was done in honor of Diana’s visit to the U.S., where she received an award for her charitable work. Demarchelier granted Harper’s Bazaar UK permission to republish the image in honor of the 20th anniversary of her death. The photograph shows

See Princess Diana in Rarely-Seen Portrait The late royal is stunning on the cover of the special edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK

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See Princess Diana in Rarely-Seen Portrait on the Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK Twenty years after her tragic death, Princess Diana continues to cover magazines. The late royal is stunning on the cover of the special edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK, released in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition at Kensington Palace, “Diana: A Fashion Story,” which opens on February 27. The cover features a head-to-toe shot of Diana, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. The image was last seen on the cover of the August 1995 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, which was done in honor of Diana’s visit to the U.S., where she received an award for her charitable work. Demarchelier granted Harper’s Bazaar UK permission to republish the image in honor of the 20th anniversary of her death. The photograph shows
In a statement, they said: “It has been 20 years since our mother’s death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world

In a statement, they said: “It has been 20 years since our mother’s death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world

Princess Diana
New statue for Princess Diana: Harry and William pay touching tribute 20 years after death A Statue of Princess Diana will be installed in the grounds of Kensington Palace after Princes William and Harry called for a permanent tribute to mark the 20th anniversary of their mother’s death this year. The royal brothers consulted with the Queen and Prince Charles before announcing the project yesterday, and plan to partly fund the statue themselves. In a statement, they said: “It has been 20 years since our mother’s death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world with a permanent statue. “Our mother touched so many lives. We hope the statue will help all those who visit Kensington Palace to reflect on her life and her legacy.” The princes have
Queen Elizabeth II Health Update: Queen To Visit Fiji Exhibition In Norwich Along With Prince Charles

Queen Elizabeth II Health Update: Queen To Visit Fiji Exhibition In Norwich Along With Prince Charles

Her Majesty The Queen
On Sunday, the queen and the Duke of Edinburgh appeared for church services at St. Mary’s Church in Flitcham, England, following the death of Lord Snowdon, who died Friday at the age of 86. The outing marked only the second time the 90-year-old has stepped out since her illness last month. The queen made her first public appearance of 2017 last Sunday when she attended the morning church service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk. Last month, the queen stepped down as patron from more than 20 national organizations, passing on the responsibilities to other royal members including Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry. However, the decision to step down was not due to health concerns but followed the example set by the Duke of Edinburgh who broke formal ti