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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were inundated with thousands of cards congratulating them on their wedding. And seven weeks after their 19 May nuptials, the royal couple have thanked well-wishers by sending a lovely card featuring a beautiful black and white picture from the day, taken by official wedding photographer Alexi Lubomirski. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been overwhelmed by all the incredibly kind cards and letters they have received on the occasion of their Wedding, and are so touched that you took the trouble to write as you did," the message read as featured on
With less than 24 hours until England's future in the World Cup is decided in a match against Sweden, a new clip has emerged showing the Queen and Prince Charles watching the decisive match at Buckingham Palace. The hilarious video, which has been cleverly created from a documentary that was released back in 2016 to mark her Majesty's 90th birthday, shows the monarch and her son sat on sofas, watching the important match on a very large screen. Thankfully, the clip which was shared by user Mike Ham, sees England defeat Sweden in a penalty shootout with the Queen saying at
Friday marked a very big day for Prince William and Kate's son Prince George – the future King has officially completed his first year of 'big school'. George, who turns five this month, has finished his term at Thomas's Battersea and will be out of classes until September. The Duke and Duchess will no doubt have a lot of fun activities planned to keep their children occupied this summer, including George's fifth birthday later this month. The Cambridges usually celebrate family milestones in private, and it's expected that George will have a low-key birthday party with his friends and cousins