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By Jack Goldstein

Are you keen on the trendy iteration of royals? How a lot have you learnt in regards to the lives of Prince William, his spouse Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the remainder of the Royal kinfolk? in case you are a fan, then this can be a nice booklet as a way to provide you with attention-grabbing information regarding royals either prior and current. Separated into sections containing details on person royals, traditions of the monarchy, kings and queens from background, and naturally Queen Elizabeth II, you will discover greater than a hundred awesome evidence within!

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Prior to 1936, all royal births had to be attended by the Home Secretary (a government official). This was to stop the possibility of a substitute royal baby being smuggled in! Amazingly, Queen Elizabeth was born under this rule!

His wife is known as Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and she had always been the love of his life since they met when he was just a young man. Prince Charles was the first heir apparent to study for a degree. His was obtained from world-renowned Cambridge University in 1970 and he was awarded a 2:2. A children’s book written by Prince Charles was published in 1980. It was called The Old Man of Lochnagar, and Charles had originally written it for Prince Edward, his younger brother. Edward, Andrew & Anne Two of the Queen’s sons - Andrew and Edward took part in a TV game show for charity called The Grand Knockout Tournament (often referred to today as It’s a Royal Knockout).

His was obtained from world-renowned Cambridge University in 1970 and he was awarded a 2:2. A children’s book written by Prince Charles was published in 1980. It was called The Old Man of Lochnagar, and Charles had originally written it for Prince Edward, his younger brother. Edward, Andrew & Anne Two of the Queen’s sons - Andrew and Edward took part in a TV game show for charity called The Grand Knockout Tournament (often referred to today as It’s a Royal Knockout). It was generally considered to be a low point in the modern history of the royal family, and possibly achieved the opposite of endearing the Princes to the public.

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