William and Kate’s 6th wedding anniversary, Crown Princess Mary on vaccinations, the world’s most experienced plaque unveiler retires and will King Edmund’s remains be found under a tennis court?

William and Kate’s 6th Wedding Anniversary

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.

Thank you so much for all the lovely messages wishing The Duke and Duchess a happy sixth wedding anniversary. 📷PA.

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Now they’re a family of four. Find out more in this week’s show, including their visit to Australia in 2014.

Crown Princess Mary’s Vaccination Speech

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark urges parents to vaccinate their children in this video for European Immunisation Week.

Hashtag: #VaccinesWork

The World’s Most Experienced Plaque-Unveiler Retires

Buckingham Palace announced Prince Philip’s retirement in August 2017.

Prince Philip has described himself as the world’s most experienced plaque unveiler at work on at least two occasions.

Victorian Member of Parliament Bernie Finn sums up what many Australians were saying on social media.

Find out in our show why the Queen will never abdicate.

King Edmund’s Remains

Anglo-Saxon King Edmund ruled over East Anglia for 14 years, before he was killed by Vikings in 869.

Some historians believe his remains were buried underneath a tennis court in Bury St Edmunds.

Tune into to our show to find out more.

Vikings killed King Edmund in 869.

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