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The Duchess of Cambridge brings baby banks and British brands together in bid to boost support for vulnerable families
The Duchess helped to unpack donations at Baby Basics UK in Sheffield, before talking to parents about how baby banks have provided them with invaluable support when they have needed it most. Baby banks aim to support and empower families by ensuring every child has the essential items they need to thrive. In the UK, they are powered primarily by volunteers and typically run on professional referral from services such as health visitors, midwives and social workers. More..
The Duke of Rothesay visits Caithness General Hospital
The Duke of Rothesay today visited Caithness General Hospital in Scotland to meet staff and thank them for their work throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Speaking to staff who work across a number of health and social care roles, His Royal Highness heard about the challenges they have been facing and their experiences of the pandemic. NHS Highland Chair Professor Boyd Robertson said: “We were delighted to welcome His Royal Highness The Duke of Rothesay to Caithness General Hospital. More..
The Duchess of Cornwall visits the National Gallery and Boots Piccadilly
The Duchess of Cornwall today carried out engagements in London, visiting the National Gallery and Boots’ Piccadilly Store to hear about their support for victims of domestic violence.At the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, The Duchess met staff involved in its Covid-19 response and reopening process. After 111 days with its doors closed, the gallery started welcoming visitors again on 8th July – the first major national art museum to reopen in the UK following lockdown. More..
The role of Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles is transferred from The Duke of Edinburgh to The Duchess of Cornwall
During a ceremony which took place at both Windsor Castle and Highgrove House today, The Duke of Edinburgh was succeeded as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles by his daughter-in-law, The Duchess of Cornwall. Their Royal Highnesses were present for the events, which took place in short succession. The Rifles Regiment was formed in 2007 through the merger of four Regiments. At Windsor Castle, Major General Tom Copinger-Symes of The Rifles offered The Duke of Edinburgh More..
The Queen confers the Honour of Knighthood on Captain Sir Thomas Moore
Today The Queen conferred the Honour of Knighthood on Captain Tom Moore at an Investiture at Windsor Castle. ?In April, World War Two veteran, Captain Sir Tom Moore embarked on 100 laps of his garden with the aim to raise ?1,000 for NHS Charities Together and has now raised over ?32 million for the NHS, and inspired so many people along the way. ? Today Captain Sir Tom Moore’s incredible fundraising achievements were recognised with a Knighthood.? The Queen awarded Captain Sir Tom Moore More..
The Prince of Wales reviews RAF College Cranwell Graduation
His Royal Highness arrived on the College Parade Square escorted by the Commandant of the College to take the Royal Salute whilst one Typhoon, from 41 Squadron, RAF Coningsby provided a fly past overhead. After reviewing the graduating officers, The Prince presented the course prizes to the top performing cadets from each course, before saying a few words of congratulations and good luck. The College was the world’s first Air Academy and today, it continues to select and train the next generation of officers and aircrew. More..
The Duchess of Cornwall attends the Chelsea Pensioners parade
The Duchess of Cornwall today visited the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London to review Chelsea Pensioners on parade, after the hospital's annual Founder’s Day Parade on 4th June was postponed due to the pandemic. The Founder’s Day Parade commemorates King Charles II’s founding of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in 1682. The King founded the hospital to give veterans a place to live after retiring from their duties and today the site is home to nearly 300 Chelsea Pensioners, both men and women, who are all former soldiers of the British Army. More..
Buckingham Palace Just Launched Its Own Brand of Gin Now
Buckingham Palace has given royal watchers the gift they didn't know they needed: a small-batch dry gin made from the palace garden's own botanicals. This morning, the Royal Collection Trust (a department of the Royal Household that oversees the Royal Collection and opens royal residences to the public) revealed that an official Buckingham Palace gin is now available—both to the public at its online shop, and to guests at future palace events. The premium spirit is infused with 12 botanicals, More..
His Royal Highness visits Wales
The Prince today visited Wales, where he met key workers who have been on the frontline at Prince Charles Hospital during the current health crisis. The hospital cares for the 450,000 people living locally in Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf. His Royal Highness met healthcare professionals from a range of specialisms including medical, nursing, facilities and support staff. Earlier in the day, The Prince of Wales met staff from travel and holiday business, Edwards Coaches. More..
The Prince and The Duchess visit Bristol and Gloucester
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall today visited Asda's Bristol Distribution Centre to thank all staff who have been working to keep our vital food supplies going throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Their Royal Highnesses heard about the supermarket’s work with two charities, who help to fight hunger and food poverty. Asda’s donations have helped provide thousands of vulnerable people with access to fresh and healthy food, particularly during this difficult time. More..
The Prince of Wales joins online commemorations to mark the 7/7 bombings
"For all of us, today is an occasion to remember those who were so tragically lost and to stand with those who were left behind.
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the 7th July 2005 London bombings. In the terror attack, 52 victims were killed and more than 700 people were injured. Marking the anniversary, The Prince of Wales joined online commemorations with survivors, bereaved families and responders of 7/7.
The Duchess of Cornwall guest edits the Emma Barnett Show on BBC Radio 5 Live
he Duchess of Cornwall today appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live, where Her Royal Highness guest edited the Emma Barnett Show during a broadcast from Clarence House. The Duchess discussed life during the Coronavirus pandemic and the charities she works with making a difference during this difficult time. Listen to the full programme on BBC Sounds. More..
The Duchess of Cornwall meets key workers in Swindon
The Duchess of Cornwall meets key workers in Swindon Today at Swindon Fire Station, The Duchess of Cornwall met key workers including firefighters, staff from Great Western Hospital and paramedics from South Western Ambulance Service. The Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service has maintained its prevention, protection and emergency response arrangements during the pandemic, and adapted to relieve the pressures on others. During the visit, Her Royal Highness had the chance to see some More..
The Prince of Wales marks the 72nd anniversary of the NHS
The Prince of Wales meets NHS at a hospital in Wales, 2018 The Prince of Wales has sent a video message on the 72nd birthday of the NHS to thank NHS staff and other workers for their dedication throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. In the message, His Royal Highness says: Our remarkably selfless nurses, doctors, paramedics and countless other staff have made costly sacrifices to provide treatment for more than a hundred thousand patients with Coronavirus and thousands more who needed other care. More..
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