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Fashion x History: Audrey Hepburn

Born Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Brussels, Belgium, Audrey Hepburn was a British Actress and humanitarian; one of the most known faces for UNICEF as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. 190 more words

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Day 4 of Cheltenham Festival

The fourth day of the Cheltenham Festival yesterday was attended by Zara Phillips Tindall and her mother, Princess Anne, who presented the coveted Gold Cup. For this final day of racing, Zara chose her fourth new hat. 183 more words

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Benedict Cumberbatch and Wife Join Princess Anne at Buckingham Palace

Royalty, celebrities, and great thinkers united for a reception at Buckingham Palace for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA). Benedict Cumberbatch and his pregnant wife, Sophie Hunter, chatted with Princess Anne and met Professor Stephen Hawking.

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Princess Anne at Sandown Races

Last Friday, Princess Anne attended Sandown Park Racecourse. Topping her wide smile was a brown floppy hat with a short brim, trimmed in a pleated band of wool plaid wrapped around the crown of the hat. 86 more words

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McGill University hosts a royal visitor

MONTREAL — It was all quite hush hush when McGill University hosted a very royal visitor on Thursday.

Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne, briefly visited the campus to speak with students involved in international development work. 358 more words


The Gwerin meet Royalty

It isn’t every day that reenactors get to meet a member of the Royal family face to face, but when Princess Anne came to Oystermouth castle we were there to entertain her and provide a medieval honour guard.

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Princess Anne has visited Herford and Enger on numerous occasions: 1974, 1982, 1993 and 2012.


The Virgin Islands Daily News: “Armed security guards mingled with school children yesterday as Britain’s Princess Anne officially opened a new school in Enger for British Military dependents.

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