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Princess Beatrice On Anti slavery Day 2016

Wouldn’t mine owning a scarf *whistles

Princess Beatrice recently posted a picture with her  silk tie from Beulahlondon made in collaboration with The Women’s Interlink Foundation and Key to Freedom and wrote a comment for Anti Slavery Day on October 18 2016. 199 more words

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Olympic Reception at Buckingham Palace

The Queen hosted a reception for Olympic and Paralympic medalists at Buckingham Palace in the evening of October 18th. The Duke of Edinburgh, Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Princess Royal, and Duke of York. 223 more words


Princess Beatrice Does Podcast For The Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

October 6 2016:Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice was identified as having dyslexia at the age of seven and received specialist help and support from the Helen Arkell Centre throughout her secondary education. 135 more words

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Kennedy Trust Reception, Day in Manchester & Foreword for GCHQ book

Kennedy Trust Reception

On the evening of 13th of October 2016, William attended the Kennedy Trust reception at Buckingham Palace. The Kennedy Trust was established in 1964, to create and maintain a British memorial to President John F Kennedy. 214 more words


Princess Beatrice attends the annual UNICEF UK Halloween Ball

Princess Beatrice attends the annual UNICEF UK Halloween Ball at one Embankment on October 13, 2016 in London, England.

This year the Halloween Ball  raised  £250,000 to help Unicef protect Syria’s children in danger. 131 more words

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The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge in Manchester

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Manchester on October 14th. They visited the National Football Museum, the Manchester Town Hall, National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester, and Francis House to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. 245 more words


Council receives prestigious Gold Award for championing the armed forces

Surrey County Council’s support for the armed forces has been recognised with a coveted Gold Award presented by His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge. 84 more words

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