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SWINDON, England, March 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Trust has announced that a superb state coach which was last used at the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, is to go on display at the National Trust's Arlington Court in Devon. The Speaker's State Coach, a symbol of the power and status of the Speaker of the House of Commons, has been in use for state occasions since the early 18th century. The loan of the coach by the House of Commons is the first in a...
NEW YORK, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Queen Elizabeth II is set to visit New York on July 6th and it is giving us all a little Royal fever. If her visit to the States doesn't quite satisfy your Royal cravings, fans of Her Majesty can now live like the Queen for a day on their next visit to Britain.
Queen Elizabeth has put in a vegetable patch on the Buckingham Palace grounds, much as U.S.
Guards at Britain's Buckingham Palace have shagged golf balls for Prince Andrew and tiptoe past his father's open window, according to the Mail on Sunday. The new batch of insider revelations comes from court documents and sources that also report the queen herself has a rubber duckie for the royal
LONDON (Reuters) - Queen Elizabeth sent her first e-mail as long as 30 years ago, according to a list of 80 facts about the monarch released by Buckingham Palace to mark her 80th birthday on April 21.
Singapore police briefly detained an Australian animal activist dressed in a bear suit on Friday after she staged a protest during the Queen's official visit to the city-state.
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.