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So What Did You Do on VE Day?

So what did you do on V E Day?  Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret went out dancing.  Their adventure is dramatized in the new film “A Royal Night Out” and is previewed in the the new issue of “Hello!” #1377 May 4, 2015 $7.25. 

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Simplicity

From Ngaire’s journal, 6th May 1960
Princess Margaret’s wedding day. When we passed through the Square this evening the Cathedral bells were pealing merrily. Gerald and I went in to the Student’s Revue which we thoroughly enjoyed. 100 more words

Lost Christchurch

Back in the History: Second Royal Babies

Was I the only one who was hoping the royal baby was born on April 21?
Reminder: in fact Queen Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1926. 68 more words

Duke Of Cambridge

Woman bikes for herself and her sister in Ride to Conquer Cancer

After being told she had 90 days to live, Kimberly Whelan got in her car.

With a two-year-old and a four-year-old waiting for her as she made the drive home 21 years ago, all she could ask herself was, “Who is going to raise my children?” 564 more words

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My Game - Second Period - The Game Is Tied

Second Period. The game is tied. A week and a half after I was sent back to the neurosurgical ward at Sick Kids I was transferred to Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto to receive the radiation therapy treatments. 1,612 more words

Memoir

1994: 'The Queen Behind the Throne', Backstairs Billy, David Bowes-Lyon & a 'bouquet of clergy'

 In 1994 Michael De La Noy, former employee of Lord Beaumont (1962 – Prism Press), Robert Maxwell (1966 – Pergamon Press), the Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey (1967-1970), and who had threatened the Albany Trust with his research for a book on the sexual education of ordinands shortly before being offered the position of Director, wrote a biography of the Queen Mother. 3,405 more words