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May 20, 1984: Prince Charles and Princess Diana at the Royal Horticultural Society’s 63rd annual Chelsea Flower Show, London.

May 20, 1984: Prince Charles and Princess Diana at the Royal Horticultural Society’s 63rd annual Chelsea Flower Show, London.

Prince William to 'reshape' monarchy and 'shake up' role as King in waiting, says expert

PRINCE WILLIAM is second in line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles and wife Camilla, however, he could be set to make significant changes to the monarchy.

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Príncipe William y Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton no nos deja de sorprender. Nadie pensaría que hace muy poco tuvo un bebé, sí un bebé/príncipe/heredero al trono de Londres.

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall attended a literacy event for The Royal Society of Literature at the British Library. purple top and print skirt

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall attended a literacy event for The Royal Society of Literature at the British Library in London on Wednesda...

Ahorra tu tiempo y lleva mejores finanzas, organizando los postres que vas a hornear por medio de una lista. Sigue aquí los tips para llevar a cabo esta práctica:

Ahorra tu tiempo y lleva mejores finanzas, organizando los postres que vas a hornear por medio de una lista. Sigue aquí los tips para llevar a cabo esta práctica:

'It's not a pattern in the carpet, Granny. It's a corgi.' The Royal Family: A Centenary Portrait by John Wonnacott, 2000 Photograph: Rex Features -  The best (and worst) royal portraits - in pictures

To celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge's first official royal portrait, we've picked out some other royal portraits from recent times

A vulgar buffoon: Former diplomat Simon Wilson who's worked closely with Prince Andrew describes him as a boorish freeloader who toadies to rich Arabs and bungles vital trade deals. IOW. Tosser deluxe.

Simon Wilson gives an insight into Prince Andrew’s performance in a role for which increasing numbers of people consider him unsuited.