We focus on the major fallout following Prince Andrew’s disastrous interview, Charles and Camilla in New Zealand and Queen Elizabeth’s 72nd Wedding Anniversary.

Prince Andrew Scandal Continues …


Statement from Huddersfield Student Union – https://www.huddersfield.su/articles/students-union-statement-on-hrh-the-duke-of-york

Charles and Camilla in New Zealand

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visit Auckland and the Bay of Islands, including the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, and met with Maoris and volunteer firefighters.

Republic Supporters Come Out Of The Woodwork … Again

Australian Republican Movement Chairman Peter Fitzsimons takes aim at the Royal Family, following Prince Andrew’s recent interview.

Except Mr Fitzsimons didn’t take into account the two new royal arrivals last year: Prince Louis and Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.

We were happy to set the record straight for Mr Fitzsimons.

However, Royal Commentator Victoria Arbiter offered some rather sensible advice for the Duke of York’s plans for Christmas Day.

Royal Wedding 72 Years On

Princess (now Queen) Elizabeth married Prince Philip on 20 November 1947 in Westminster Abbey.

Princess Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947

They first met at a Royal Family Wedding but a visit to Dartmouth Naval College in 1939 was said to become a pivotal moment in their lives, writing to each other during World War II whilst serving their country and the announcement of their engagement.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh have become British history’s longest-married royal couple.

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