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queen elizabeth

02/02/2016

HRH The Queens 90th Birthday Present Ideas

There are some family members, friends and work colleagues that will always be hard to buy presents for. There are those people in life that seem to have everything they want and you are never quite sure what you can buy them that they will like. We are sure, that for the Royal Family, they struggle just as much when buying things for The Queen – what do you get someone when they already have multiple homes, a few countries and her face on millions of pounds? We have just... Read More

Complete Beginner’s Guide to Great Britain

The area known today as Great Britain was first established, formally, by the Treaty of Union drafted in 1707 by England and Scotland. The kingdom of Great Britain spans an area off the coast of mainland Europe which includes the countries known as Wales and Northern Ireland in addition to the original parties, England and Scotland. These countries have their own, individual capitals: Cardiff, Belfast, London, and Edinburgh, respectfully. However, of these British Isles, it is England that is most often associated with the United Kingdom possibly a result of... Read More

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Diamond Jubilee Concert Fit for a Queen

This June 2012, Britain will be celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s sixtieth year as reign of the United Kingdom with a series of events known as the Diamond Jubilee. Her Majesty will be honoured with a number of events including Diamond Jubilee concert scheduled for Monday June 4, 2012. The Queen herself will be on hand to make an appearance at this event along with other possible members of the royal family. The event will be staged in front of Buckingham Palace and will be held rain or shine. The stage will... Read More

Complete Beginner’s Guide to Great Britain

The area known today as Great Britain was first established, formally, by the Treaty of Union drafted in 1707 by England and Scotland. The kingdom of Great Britain spans an area off the coast of mainland Europe which includes the countries known as Wales and Northern Ireland in addition to the original parties, England and Scotland. These countries have their own, individual capitals: Cardiff, Belfast, London, and Edinburgh, respectfully. However, of these British Isles, it is England that is most often associated with the United Kingdom possibly a result of... Read More

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Diamond Jubilee Concert Fit for a Queen

This June 2012, Britain will be celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s sixtieth year as reign of the United Kingdom with a series of events known as the Diamond Jubilee. Her Majesty will be honoured with a number of events including Diamond Jubilee concert scheduled for Monday June 4, 2012. The Queen herself will be on hand to make an appearance at this event along with other possible members of the royal family. The event will be staged in front of Buckingham Palace and will be held rain or shine. The stage will... Read More

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Queen Elizabeth Celebrates her Diamond Jubilee

Not every monarch gets to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee. Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her 60 years as Queen this year with a Diamond Jubilee. Will you join the celebration with your own Queen’ s Diamond Jubilee party? May 10, 11, and13 along with June 2 through 5 are the days to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in Windsor. The Queen will travel with her family to many different events including the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant and the Epson Derby. Near Ripley and Heanor, boaters will be out on the water... Read More