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    KING Charles is set to spend Christmas at Sandringham to continue festive traditions much to the joy of royal fans. After celebrating 32 Christmases at the royal estate, the Queen's tradition will be continued this year by King Charles and the Queen Consort Camilla. 2The King and Queen consort plan to spend Christmas at Sandringham estate and keep the late Queen's traditions aliveCredit: Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. 2Sandringham has seen 32 Christmases with the late QueenCredit: Getty It will be the Firm's first Christmas without the late monarch, who died in September. The King's decision to remain at Sandringham has been praised by many, including Karen Anvil and her daughter Rachel. The duo gather outside St Mary Magdalene Church following the Christmas Day service every year. Karen told the BBC: "It'll be nice to have them back. They'll bring some normality. Read MoreROYAL CELEBRATION King's Coronation bank holiday confirmed and Kate exudes 'confidence'ROYALLY STUFFED How Meghan Markle & Prince Harry are marking major holiday without royals "It's a fresh start for everybody and I'm just glad that he's keeping the...
    EXACTLY 30 years on from The Queen’s infamous "annus horribilis", King Charles has defiantly faced his own terrible year. Royal experts believe His Majesty is having his own "horrible year" - and say that there are more crises on the horizon before the end of the year. 8Experts have claimed King Charles is having his 'annus horribilis'Credit: PA During the Queen’s lifetime she witnessed numerous highs and lows - but she stated that 1992 stood out for her for being one of the worst.  The 12 months were so bad the monarch called it her “annus horribilis”, literally meaning “horrible year”, in a speech at Guildhall. Her Majesty was plagued with a string of Royal Family divorces while Windsor Castle almost burned down three decades ago. Now Royal Biographer Angela Levin believes Charles is having a “horrible year” of his own - exactly three decades on. She told The Sun: “I definitely believe King Charles is having his ‘annus horribilis’. “I feel very sorry for him and Camilla who are doing their very best to settle into their roles while...
    The King was cheered by Morrisons workers after he wished them an early 'happy Christmas' at the beginning of a two-day tour of Yorkshire. The monarch was beaming as he arrived at the head office for the engagement this morning in Yorkshire, where he met people from Morrisons Farming, Community, Sustainability and Apprenticeship programmes. He toured the Bradford HQ of the supermarket giant as hundreds of staff watched from balconies and stairwells. As he arrived, he chatted to people who worked at stores around the region, telling them: 'Thank-you for your wonderful efforts. I hope they let you off at Christmas.' The King was cheered by Morrisons workers after he wished them an early 'happy Christmas' at the beginning of a two-day tour of Yorkshire He was greeted by hoards of royal fans, many of whom had gathered in crowds and were waving union flags as they welcomed the King to the organisation Later, in a short speech, he told the staff: 'It's a great joy to see you all today. I had no idea quite how many of you worked here...
    Olympic and Paralympic heroes including Tom Daley and Lauren Steadman gathered at Buckingham Palace for a reception with the King and Queen Consort this evening on a day which saw hundreds of people visit the primary royal residence. More than 200 medallists who won gold, silver and bronze at Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022 Winter Games were invited to the event this evening to celebrate their indredible achievements. The King and Queen Consort were in the presence of an Olympian before their guests even arrived as they were joined with silver medallist Princess Anne, as well as Prince Edward and the Duke of Gloucuester, for the reception.  The King and Queen Consort were joined by Charles's siblings Princess Anne and Prince Edward, as well as the Duke of Gloucester The King couldn't help but smile as he shook the hand of Tom Daley, Olympic gold medallist for diving It is the first time the three siblings have been pictured together since the Queen's funeral last month, although notably Prince Andrew, who is no longer a working royal, was not present....
    IT'S known as the Sport of Kings for a reason. Horse racing's close ties with the Royal family date back to the days of the Great Fire of London. 4The future of the Royal racing operation is uncertainCredit: Getty 4Queen Consort Camilla is overseeing major changes to the Royal racing operationCredit: Reuters According to history buffs, King Charles II was 'never happier' than on his regular visits to Newmarket, where he would relax on the heath watching horses galloping up Warren Hill. He established the world's first racing yard at Palace House Stables and in 1666 organised the Town Plate - a race run over three and three quarter miles which is still staged to this day. Every monarch since Charles II has had a racing operation in one form or another, with varying degrees of success. Fast forward 350 years, it’s fair to say that Charles III does not share the same sort of love for the turf as his namesake. OFFERS OF THE DAY William Hill: Bet £10 Get £30 in free bets - CLAIM HERE Betfair:...
    King Charles and the Queen Consort were greeted by hundreds of young fans as they arrived in East London this morning.  The Monarch, 73, and his wife, 75, toured the Project Zero Walthamstow, an organisation working to engage young people in positive activities, promote social inclusion and strengthen community cohesion.  Charles looked dapper in a pinstriped blue suit, while Queen Consort Camilla donned an elegant blue day dress adorned with feather. The couple met members of staff and young people of the project during their visit.  King Charles and the Queen Consort were greeted by hundreds of fans as they arrived in Walthamstow, East London this morning The Monarch, 73, and his wife, 75, toured the Project Zero Walthamstow, an organisation working to engage young people in positive activities, promote social inclusion and strengthen community cohesion King Charles was seen talking with the young fans who had come to see him and his wife during their East London visit today.  The Monarch was seen chatting with a group of teens who were waving Union Jacks at him.  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    A 'stripped back' Coronation could squander a vital chance to promote Britain's global standing, commentators said yesterday. King Charles is said to favour a cut-down ceremony that would be drastically shorter in length and would see the guest list slashed from 8,000 dignitaries to just 2,000. Commentators warned the plans risked sending a message around the world of a 'cut-price Coronation' and would waste an opportunity to show off the nation on the global stage. Historians said it could be a lost opportunity to exert the 'soft power' of the monarchy, as scenes of pomp and pageantry would draw the eyes of the world to Britain. The Queen's state funeral drew tourists to London and Windsor and the Coronation could provide a similar boost. Historian Andrew Roberts said the Coronation – expected next summer – could prove to be a much-needed celebration after a winter dominated by the cost of living crunch and the war in Ukraine. King Charles (pictured reading the Queen's speed in May) is said to favour a cut-down ceremony that would be drastically shorter in length...
    THE King once told me: “Polls mean nothing to me.” He then looked me straight in the eye and added: “You see, I’m in it for the long term.” We were at a reception held in his honour at Government House in Darwin, Australia, in April 2018. 5King Charles III attends The Committal Service for Her Majesty The Queen at St George’s Chapel, Windsor CastleCredit: Max Mumby 5 5 5 5 Maybe I should have known better, but I had just informed him how well he had fared personally — along with the monarchy as an institution — in a major poll in respected newspaper The Australian, showing that support Down Under was at an 18-year high. So perhaps he will take a measured view of this poll showing his reign is off to a good start. The results show the monarchy remains as popular as ever, with half of those asked backing Charles to be a good king. The immense warmth towards the Queen — shown by half of her people mourning her death and a fifth saying they...
    A bizarre conspiracy theory has spread on TikTok that King Charles III's security have fake hands after a video clip showed a team member holding his arms perfectly still.  The new monarch, 73, took part in a walkabout outside Cardiff Castle last week, where social media users noticed a member of his team appeared to be holding his hands in a very specific position. And one TikTok user shared the clip online, bizarrely suggesting it was evidence that the man must have fake hands.  Millions have watched the clips on the social media platform, with remarks focusing on the man's 'strange' hand movements and differences across grips. Meanwhile another TikTok by user @jase_the_ace posits the peculiar theory using some footage of the UK's new monarch outside Buckingham Palace. The viral clip has more than 27.2 million views. However security expert  Will Geddes dismissed the claims, telling Metro: 'They definitely aren’t fake hands: 'I can understand why some people might have thought they were because of what looks like an incredibly tight grip but they definitely aren’t.' A bizarre conspiracy theory has spread on TikTok that...
    London (CNN)The death of Queen Elizabeth II marked the end of an era for the monarchy in more ways than one. She was the last senior royal from a generation that will soon seem alien to modern monarchists. During her 70 years on the throne, Elizabeth gave only one media interview which was limited to the subject of her coronation. She never publicly stated a strong opinion on any subject that could be considered political or controversial. She avoided any kind of public intervention into how the public institutions of the UK should be run. In fact, the most controversial political moments during Elizabeth's reign came from the indiscretion of others. Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron said that the Queen "purred" in delight when Scotland voted to remain part of the UK in a 2014 independence referendum. The Sun newspaper speculated 2016 that the Queen supports Brexit, something that former Buckingham Palace communications director Sally Osman was quick to rubbish while interviewed on CNN earlier this week. Compare this to the royals who now lead the monarchy into a...
    Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson will remain at their lavish Windsor mansion in the near future, but fear they could be 'kicked out' amid a shake-up within the Royal Family. The Duke of York is said to be expecting a letter giving him notice to leave Royal Lodge, a 31-bedroom property he leases from the Crown Estate, at some point in the future. The concerns come as his brother Charles begins his reign as King and looks to make good on previous promises that he will streamline the monarchy. As part of this is thought there will be a review into the Crown's vast property portfolio, which covers 500,000-plus acres of land, and how it is being used.  This review could lead to the decision to kick Andrew out of the mansion he shares with his ex-wife and the corgis which used to belong to his late mother. While he is safe in the immediate future following the death the Queen, sources have said that he might be told to leave in the future, according to The Sun....
    The Australian man who claims to be the secret love child of King Charles and Queen Camilla says he has 'a big hug' ready for fellow royal 'black sheep' Prince Harry. Simon Charles Dorante-Day also says the 'family' likeness his children bear to the Windsors are a daily reminder of the Queen and the sadness of her passing.  Mr Dorante-Day, 56, said that, as the son who was shunned by Charles from birth, he has a 'lot to talk about' with Harry. Queensland-based engineer Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 56, (pictured) was adopted at eight months old and maintains that his adoptive grandmother told him on her deathbed that he was the 'secret son' of Charles and Camilla  'We are both the black sheep of the royal family, I would say we have that bond,' Dorante-Day told Channel Seven. 'And I believe Harry would be receptive to my plight.  'He got f***ed over by his dad, he has a bone to pick with Charles. Just like I do. 'The first thing I'd do if I met them is I'd give them a...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry will sit behind King Charles during the Queen's funeral today. The Royal Family will unite in grief as the poignant service for Her Majesty begins at 11am. 4Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will sit directly behind the King for today's serviceCredit: Getty 4Guests and officials begin to take their places in Westminster AbbeyCredit: PA The King and Queen Consort will sit in the ornate Canada Club chairs, with Camilla next to the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence. Beside them in the front row of the south lantern will be the Queen's other two children, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, and Prince Edward, the Earl and Countess of Wessex. It comes as... It was revealed Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend The Queen's funeral King Charles said he had been "deeply touched" by the nation's outpouring of love following The Queen's death A mum and a daughter were the last two mourners to join the queue to see The Queen lying in state Princess Kate sat down with Ukraine first lady Olena Zelensky to...
    RED letter boxes are seen as a beloved British cultural icon. And some people are only just realising what the GR and ER symbols that are commonly printed on the base mean. 3Post boxes have letters on the bottom that correspond to the reigning monarch at the time, with GR boxes being from the era of King George V 3ER II boxes are from Queen Elizabeth's reign and will have been build within the past 70 yearsCredit: Facebook 3The Royal Cyphers of each Monarch seen on post boxesCredit: Facebook Post boxes have always featured a subtle nod to the Queen or Monarch of the time, and it’s all down to the letters found on the front of the post box. The letters are called the “Royal Cypher” and they give any eagle-eyed onlookers a subtle clue as to when the post box was erected. If you find a postbox that has the letters “ER” on then you can usually tell it is from within the past 70 years. The Queen took to the throne in 1952 so any new post...
    Lafargue Raphael/ZUMA Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.In the days following the “astonishing moment” when a cloud vaguely resembling the recently departed Queen Elizabeth popped up in the heavens, many on both sides of the Atlantic have giggled over the notion of a king in the 21st century. Others, aghast at the lighthearted ridicule of the British monarchy, descended into racist tirades. Here at Mother Jones, we largely respected the loss of a notable 96-year-old woman while acknowledging the United Kingdom’s self-inflicted, global irrelevance, as well as the general weirdness in how we as a society consume celebrity death. But the official ceremonies surrounding King Charles, which entailed solemn proclamations and the observance of centuries-old traditions, have produced sufficient reason to start singing: abolish the monarchy. Let’s take a look at what happened on Sunday. The Guardian reports that two protesters who had been peacefully registering their disapproval of all things royal were arrested, with one woman in Edinburgh charged with “breaching” the peace for holding a sign that read, “Fuck...
    THOUGH royals have to remain politically neutral, there's no decree that stops them from showing their bias towards their chosen football teams. Prince William isn't shy at hiding his love for Aston Villa and can be found punching the air at home and away games at the sight of a goal. 17The Queen with former Arsenal manager Arsene WengerCredit: Getty William is also the President of the English FA, and in the summer of 2021, like most around the country he roared the Three Lions on as they came close to winning their first major tournament since 1966. While King Charles III has a VIP season ticket at Burnley. But there's still mystery surrounding who the late Queen Elizabeth II supported. It had been widely reported The Queen was a West Ham fan, continuing the royal obsession with clubs donning claret. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLFIT FOR A KING Charles greeted by 21 gun salute in Edinburgh ahead of Queen's processionPLAY RESUMES EFL will return from tomorrow after postponement following Queen's death However, Arsenal are also said to have had a...
    A doctor has revealed the possible health conditions the new King Charles III may be suffering from as royal watchers gawk at his 'swollen fingers'. The death of the King's 96-year-old mother on Friday brought to light Her Majesty's ailing health with doctors claiming everything from peripheral vascular disease and even a broken heart were possibly responsible for her demise. But now the attention has turned to her 73-year-old heir and his red and swollen hands and feet, with pictures of the extremities being shared across social media since Queen Elizabeth II's death.  Senior lecturer at the UK's University of Chester Dr Gareth Nye told the Daily Star that several painful health conditions could be responsible. Senior lecturer at the UK's University of Chester Dr Gareth Nye told the Daily Star that several painful health conditions could be responsible for King Charles III's swollen fingers 'Oedema is a condition where the body starts to retain fluids in the limbs, normally the legs and ankles but also in the fingers, which causes them to swell,' Dr Nye told the publication. 'To see if this...
    King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will no longer use their Clarence House social media accounts and will instead use the Royal Family feed. The Clarence House pages have been updated to say: 'This account is no longer being updated.  'Please follow The @RoyalFamily for updates on His Majesty King Charles III and Her Majesty The Queen Consort.' The Clarence House accounts had 1.1million followers on Twitter and a further 1.7million on Instagram. The last post shared from the account was a black and white portrait picture of the Queen confirming her death at Balmoral on Thursday. It comes after William and Kate, now the Prince and Princess of Wales updated their social media pages to reflect their new royal titles. The couple's website was also updated to the Royal Foundation of The Prince and Princess of Wales. King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, look on during his proclamation as King during the accession council Meanwhile, Charles smiled through the pain as he continued with royal duties three days on from the death of his mother. The new...
    A proclamation of 'God Save the King' was met by boos in Edinburgh this morning but heckling was soon drowned out by jubilant cheers as Charles was proclaimed King. Crowds had gathered in the capital city to hear the Lord Lyon King of Arms, who is responsible for overseeing state ceremonial in Scotland, formally announced the Queen's successor. Similar announcements of the new monarch took place simultaneously in towns and cities across the UK and the Commonwealth. But amongst the hundreds of royal fans who had turned out to watch the ceremony in Edinburgh, a small number took the opportunity to make clear their disapproval of the new monarch. Spectators remained silent for the main declaration but as the Lord Lyon King of Arms Joseph Morrow ended his proclamation by saying 'God Save the King' there were audible boos. They were soon drowned out by chants of 'God Save the King', before trumpets started playing the national anthem.  Crowds had gathered in Edinburgh today to hear the Lord Lyon King of Arms formally announced the Queen's successor King Charles III...
    Monday January 18, 2021 I read the oncology report that's just landed on the doormat. Addressed to Joan, but am resolved that she will never read it. The atomic bombshell diagnosis/prognosis verbally delivered a week ago, here in black and white.  The hospital has opted to do radiation surgery. To blast the brain tumours in three days. Joan's hair will all fall out a week later, and there will be brain swelling and possible incoherence, which we will counteract by doubling her steroid dosage. This will be followed by chemo or immunotherapy. Friday January 29 The oncologist, Wanda Cui, calls with astonishing news. 'The FDA-approved tepotinib wonder drug has been granted on compassionate grounds, completely free. You're only required to take two pills per day.' It's a new drug that only works for a very specific type of lung cancer. To be given this end-of-week hope-filled news is extraordinary. Joan won't have to undergo chemotherapy. Won't lose her hair. Feels like a lottery win. No sooner has Wanda said goodbye, than all three of us burst into tears and dance...
    Kate Middleton and Prince William's children now have new titles as their grandfather ascends the throne. King Charles III, 73, announced in his first public address to the nation yesterday that he has bestowed the Prince and Princess of Wales titles upon Prince William and Kate Middleton. This means that while their parents take on this new title, their three children will now be known as Prince George of Wales, Princess Charlotte of Wales and Prince Louis of Wales.  Prince William and Prince Harry were known as William and Harry of Wales before they were given their own titles.   As Charles’s eldest son, William has also inherited the title the Duke of Cornwall upon the death of the Queen.   The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children have new title as their grandfather becomes king and will be known as Prince George of Wales, Princess Charlotte of Wales and Prince Louis of Wales (pictured on their first day of school, Wednesday morning)  King Charles III, 73, announced in his first public address to the nation yesterday that he has bestowed the...
    I HAD a front-row seat on a moment of history yesterday when Prince Charles took centre stage to deliver the Queen’s Speech. Next to him was the lonely Imperial State Crown, resting on the cushioned table in front of the unoccupied throne. 3Prince Charles yesterday took centre stage to deliver the Queen’s Speech 3For the first time the Queen passed on this most sacred of royal duties to her eldest son For the first time the monarch passed on this most sacred of royal duties to her eldest son, confirming the immense faith she has in the Prince of Wales. Performing the State Opening of Parliament in the House of Lords is a key role for our head of state. But it is not unusual for the crown that Elizabeth wore on her coronation day 69 years ago to be somewhere else apart from the monarch’s head at this annual ceremony. The 2.3lb gold, silver and platinum headpiece is too heavy for the 96-year-old. Read more on the Queen's SpeechGAME OF THRONES First EVER glimpse of life with King Charles...
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    Prince William revealed this morning that his 99-year-old grandfather Prince Philip was 'OK' in hospital, adding that doctors were 'keeping an eye on him'. The Duke of Edinburgh was today spending his seventh day at King Edward VII Hospital in London as his treatment continues for an unspecified issue. William was asked how Philip was doing during a visit to a vaccination centre in King's Lynn and replied: 'Yes, he's OK, they're keeping an eye on him' and winked. William also spoke to NHS staff and volunteers about being involved in the Covid-19 vaccination programme with Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust. It comes after Prince Charles made a 200-mile round trip to see Philip in hospital over the weekend, which royal experts claimed may have been to reassure the Duke about his other grandson Prince Harry and the continuing turmoil caused by Megxit. Charles's surprise visit to Philip's bedside on Saturday afternoon is likely to have touched on the 'momentous' events since he was admitted to hospital last Tuesday. Prince William visited a vaccination centre in King's Lynn today to speak...
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. Joe Giddens - WPA Pool / Getty Images Prince Charles, heir apparent to the British throne, turned 72 on Saturday, November 14. As Queen Elizabeth II's reign stretches ever further, eyes are turning to the first in line to try and glean what kind of king he will be. It's safe to say he has not had the easiest road to sovereignty. His life in the public eye was marred irreparably by his divorce from his first wife, the much-beloved Princess Diana, who later died in a car accident. Regardless of your opinion on the heir to the throne, he will — one day (almost certainly) — become king of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Scroll down to see the best photo from each of his royal career, ordered chronologically. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Zimbabwean journalist, opposition figure appear in court Højbjerg latest, Kean tipped for start, Tosun update How Kate Middleton and Prince William Are Really Getting Prince George Ready to Be King One day, everything that the light touches, will belong to him. © Provided by E! Getty Images; Melissa Herwitt/E! Illustration Wait, that's The Lion King, but Prince George's birthright—reign over the United Kingdom and, as of now, 16 commonwealth realms—isn't too shabby. The little lad hasn't yet been apprised of exactly what is in store for him some decades down the road. He may be a big boy all of a sudden, turning 7 years old on Wednesday (even though it feels as if he was just born), but it's still a little early for The Talk: "A king's time as ruler rises and falls like the sun..." Oops, Lion King again. (No wonder that was a 4-year-old George's favorite movie.) But still, that's a pretty universal lesson, especially if your universe includes lines of succession, crowns and thrones as George's does, whether he truly grasps the gravity of the situation or not yet. Prince George's Cutest...
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