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9 Apr 2021
Known for his quips and his faux pas, Prince Philip was hard to overlook. But his role as consort required him to stand in the shadow of Queen Elizabeth for much of his adult life. A look back at an extraordinary life.
12 Mar 2021
Here are five things we learned from the earth-shaking interview Harry and Meghan granted Oprah Winfrey.⁣⁣
9 Mar 2021
Three pro-democracy figures have been charged with violating royal defamation laws over a rally in Bangkok last year. They were also charged with sedition, along with 15 other protesters.
10 Jan 2020
The ‘controversial’ decision of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, to pull away from Britain’s royal family has left many in shock. ⁣Here are five other times the royal couple stirred controversy.⁣

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