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Princess Charlene's love for the water didn't cease after marrying into the Monaco royal family nearly six years ago. In 2012, the former Olympic swimmer set up her namesake foundation — which has since reached 300,000 people in 30 countries — to teach children how to swim, in addition to essential water safety skills. Prince Albert's wife, who was born in South Africa, recently penned a passionate Op-Ed about the importance of water safety to mark the Day of the African Child on Friday, 16 June. The former Olympic swimmer penned a powerful Op-Ed on water safety Photo: Michelly Rall/WireImage "For a long time,
Ahead of her annual Trooping the Colour parade on Saturday, the Queen has released her official birthday message, recognising the sadness across the UK following the Grenfell Tower fire and terror attacks in London and Manchester. Buckingham Palace posted the heartfelt letter from her Majesty on their Twitter page, on the morning of her official birthday. The Queen and Prince William visit the site of the Grenfell Tower fire The message read: "Today is traditionally a day of celebration," said the Monarch. "This year, however, it is difficult to escape a very sombre national mood. In recent months, the country has
Trooping the Colour: Queen orders minute's silence in honour of victims of Grenfell Tower fire and terror attacks
A minute's silence was held by the Queen at the start of the Trooping the Colour parade on Saturday to remember the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in West London, along with those killed in the recent UK terror attacks in London and Manchester. The mark of respect followed after the release of her Majesty's official birthday message, which stated that it was "difficult to escape a very sombre national mood." The message, which was released on Twitter, read: "Today is traditionally a day of celebration. Queen Elizabeth at the Trooping the Colour 2017 "This year, however, it is difficult to
The Queen has honoured hero PC Keith Palmer in her birthday honours list. The brave police officer was tragically stabbed and killed in the Westminster terror attack in March this year. He had been on duty guarding Parliament when the attack happened, shortly after Khalid Masood, 52, drove his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge. Tributes to Keith poured in after his death, honouring the dedicated police officer who had served for 15 years as a Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection officer. The Queen awarded Keith the George Medal for Bravery, recognising his selfless actions to save lives. PC Keith Palmer