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9 Apr
Royal expert Phil Dampier says that the late Prince Philip made it his life's work to look after and support his wife Queen Elizabeth II. The Duke of Edinburgh has died at the age of 99. He had recently been hospitalised and underwent a successful heart procedure.
12 Mar
The royals are "very much not a racist family" said the British prince, following comments made by his brother Harry and sister-in-law Meghan to US talk show host Oprah Winfrey.
27 Jun 2019
Britain's Duke of Cambridge said on Wednesday it would be absolutely fine if one of his children were gay, but admitted he was worried about the persecution and hatred they might face because of their royal status.
21 Jun 2019
The royal's couple first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, was born last month. Archie's christening will come a year after his mother was baptized. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who held Markle's ceremony, is expected to do the same for her child.
13 Nov 2018
Stefan Pichler, chief executive officer of Royal Jordanian Airlines, talks about the company's profit outlook, business strategy, and the prospects for the industry in the region.
6 Jun 2018
Saudi Royal Court Adviser and Chairman of the Saudi General Sports Authority Turki Al Alshikh speaks exclusively to Manus Cranny in Zurich. They discussed women in sport, privatization plans and Saudi-U.S. relations.
16 Apr 2018
Royal fans with a taste for beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle's wedding day with a special ale brewed in the town where the couple will get married next month.

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