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Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth send a message of hope to the victims of the Beirut tragedy

By Anita tai. 6 minutes ago Photo: Samir Hussein / Getty Prince Charles and Camilla sent their deepest condolences to the people of Lebanon this week. The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall offered their support after the terrible explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, which claimed more than 100 lives and injured thousands. RELATED: Celebrities react to Beirut blast, Lebanese-Canadian group raises money while dealing with tragedy Clarence House's official Instagram account posted the statement on Thursday: “My wife and I wanted you to know how deeply we feel for all the people of Lebanon after the horrible explosion in Beirut that resulted in the tragic deaths of so many and caused such unimaginable devastation. Our hearts go out to...
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Queen, Prince William and Kate Middleton send sweet messages to Meghan Markle on her 39th birthday

By Becca Longmire. 13 seconds ago The royal family wished Meghan Markle a happy birthday when she turned 39 on Tuesday. The Queen led birthday wishes, as the royal family's Twitter account shared a photo of the couple during a joint visit to Chester, UK, in 2018.🎂🎈 Wishing the Duchess of Sussex a very happy birthday! Queen The Queen and Duchess are pictured during a joint visit to Chester in 2018. pic.twitter.com/jTv8NmISYo - The royal family (@RoyalFamily) August 4, 2020Prince William and Kate Middleton also posted an adorable photo of the Duchess of Sussex speaking to a girl on Twitter. RELATED: Meghan Markle makes a generous donation to an organization that supports refugees and migrants They shared:Wishing the Duchess of Sussex a happy birthday tod...
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Queen Kate Middleton shares heartfelt messages as the royal family celebrates the 150th anniversary of the British Red Cross

By Becca Longmire. 19 seconds ago Members of the royal family unite to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the British Red Cross on Tuesday. The Queen, Prince Charles, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Alexandra have paid tribute to British Red Cross staff and volunteers as the charity marks its milestone. Her Majesty the Queen, the Patroness of the charity for over six decades, sent a heartfelt message of congratulation, writing: “As Patron of the British Red Cross, I send my warmest congratulations to the Society's staff and volunteers on the occasion of its hundred and fiftieth anniversary. “Whether those involved in the Society are helping people get home safely from the hospital, offering post-disaster care and support, volunteering at a store, administer...
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Princess Diana showed a preference for William, not Charles, to be the next king

By Sarah Curran. 14 seconds ago As Queen Elizabeth, 94, nears the end of her reign, the debate over who should rule next remains a divisive issue. RELATED: Princess Diana's Niece Amelia Spencer Engages With 11-Year-Old Boyfriend While Prince Charles is next in line for the throne, some people argue that his son, Prince William, should be the one to take over once as head of the British monarchy. In 1995, Princess Diana shared her views on the matter, revealing who she believed the next king should be. "Do you think it would make more sense in light of the marriage difficulties that you and the Prince of Wales would have had if the position of monarch passed directly to your son Prince William?" journalist Martin Bashir asked during a BBC1 interview "Panorama...
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Prince Harry ‘Prioritized’ Meghan Markle ‘Over Duty To The Greater Royal Family’

By Jamie Samhan. 15 secs ago If you were hoping Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new bio Finding Freedom would finally confirm who introduced them, think again. “The couple prefer to keep the story of their matchmaker a mystery, even to close friends. Meghan’s only clue to pals at the time was that her first encounter with Harry was ‘serendipitous’,” the book reads which has been serialized in The Times. However, new details of Harry and Meghan’s first date at Soho House Dean Street in London have been revealed. Meghan, who was already an accomplished actress and humanitarian, impressed Harry right from the start. He quickly realized impressing her would be “tougher than just giving her one of his big smiles.” RELATED: Prince William And Kate Middleton ‘Sad’ And ‘Disappoint...