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Grace Kelly home sold, Thailand in mourning, Prince Harry’s forthcoming Caribbean visit, the Queen unveils a statue and Sarah, Duchess of York, in Sydney.

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Former Grace Kelly Home Sold

Find out why Prince Albert of Monaco has bought his mother’s childhood home.

Prince Albert II of Monaco. Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website – www.dfat.gov.au [CC BY 3.0 au (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons

Prince Albert II of Monaco. Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website – www.dfat.gov.au

Princess Grace’s father, John B Kelly, built the six-bedroom colonial-style mansion in 1935.

Thailand Mourns For King Bhumibol

Thousands of Thais travelled by bus, boat and on foot to Bangkok’s Grand Palace to pay their respects to their late king, who was celebrated as the Father of the Nation.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry during his deployment with the Australian Defence Force in 2015.

Prince Harry during his deployment with the Australian Defence Force in 2015.

See more information about Prince Harry’s forthcoming visit in November and December.

Poundbury

Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh accompany the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall to Poundbury for the unveiling of a statue of the Queen Mother.

Then a visit to Waitrose.

And the caption of the day:

Source: Twitter/Sarah Knapton

Sarah, Duchess of York in Sydney

We explain Sarah’s family connection with the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) during a recent visit to Australia when she and her sister Jane unveiled a plaque at the Ladies Pavilion.

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and her sister Jane Ferguson at the Ladies’ Pavilion. Source: Facebook/Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)