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Dec 29, 2017

The priceless moment a Swanley toddler refused to hand over flowers to the Princess Royal

But while bride-to-be Meghan Markle was grabbing the headlines across the globe, a plucky toddler was stealing the show in Swanley.Princess Anne was in town to officially open the new Citizens Advice Bureau in the Swanley Centre. As part of the ceremony little Giovanni Lana was due to present The Princess Royal with a bouquet of red and yellow roses after she had unveiled a plaque. But the two-and-a-half-year-old, smartly dressed in a bow tie and braces, seemed to change his mind as he held the flowers up above his head to The Princess Royal—and refused to let go!.Watched by The Princess Royal, around 70 guests and crowds peering through the glass doors, Giovanni finally handed over the posy and then grinned and gave himself a big clap. Read MoreGiovanni finally gives The Princess Royal the flowers.As the audience laughed and broke into applause The Princess Royal smiled at Giovanni and said: “Thank you! Very kind of you!” Speaking afterwards, his mother Geraldine Sagalla, who works as a cleaner at the offices, said she was very proud of her son. “I was very worried when he wouldn’t let go of the flowers. I thought he might start crying,” she said.The Princess Royal had toured the new offices in the Swa... (Kent Live)

Oct 21, 2016

At statewide garden club meeting, Virginia Beach presents model for wider support of Virginia parks

VIRGINIA BEACH "A Walk in the Park" was the theme for this year’s Garden Club of Virginia’s 97th annual Board of Governors meeting, hosted by the Princess Anne Garden Club. And appropriately so. While Virginia garden clubs have hosted spring Historic Garden Tours since 1929 to raise funds for the restoration of Virginia’s historic gardens, money will now also be directed towards the support of projects in the 36 Virginia state parks. It's in celebration of the upcoming Garden Club of Virginia centennial.  Past and present presidents from the 47 garden clubs in Virginia gathered with the board of directors at the Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Mayor Will Sessoms declared Oct. 19, 2016, “Garden Club Day in Virginia Beach.” Princess Anne club members Nancy Baillio and Susan Wight, both North End residents, chaired the Oct. 18-20 event. “We’re thrilled to show them what we’ve done in our area,” Baillio said. The approximately 100 women split in two for visits to the Brock Environmental Center and First Landing State Park. There was no walk in the park at First Landing, thanks to Hurricane Matthew, but the guests heard all about... (Virginian-Pilot)

May 18, 2016

Prince William and Kate to make debut at Chelsea Flower Show

Queen's son Prince Andrew and his daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, as well as the Queen's daughter Princess Anne. Prince Edward's wife the Countess of Wessex is also due to attend. (

Apr 22, 2016

How do you present shop for the Queen?

Arabia.Prince George got a huge haul of presents in 2014, which included a possum-skin cloak from his trip to Australia and New Zealand.That year, Princess Anne got a box of 100 mangoes from President Mamnoon Hussain of Pakistan.Prince Andrew got a model of a surface-to-air missile from MBDA Systems. The Duke of Kent received gifts including a picture of a washing machine.If in doubt, diamonds Of course it's not all fairy dust and whoopee cushions. The official gift lists show the Queen receives plenty of precious items too.Amongst gifts to the Queen last year, for example, was a sapphire and diamond brooch in the shape of a fern from the president of Sri Lanka. Jewellery was also what Prince Philip gave his bride on their wedding day. He designed her engagement ring, made of 11 diamonds, and her wedding gift bracelet, himself. (BBC News)

Dec 30, 2015

Heightened security at Sandringham as Queen attends Christmas church service ...

Prince Philip, in a dark green trench coat looked relaxed as he walked alongside his daughter Princess Anne, who was wearing a red scarlet red coat with matching beret. Meanwhile the younger royals, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, smiled and joked as they posed for pictures and stopped to chat with the crowds of well-wishers.  The Duchess, wearing an elegant tweed coat, grinned as she made her way across the sodden turf to receive a bunch of flowers from excited well-wishers.  But there was no appearance by Prince George or Princess Charlotte this year, who appeared to have been left at home with the couple’s nanny.  The happy Royals were flanked at all times by a group of eight highly trained police officers, who dressed for the occasion in smart navy coats.  Onlookers remarked that security appeared to be tighter than ever this year, with officers searching the bags and pockets of all members of the public as they arrived at The Paddock area outside the church.  For the first time ever, officers also used portable metal detector scanners to check that nobody was carrying any weapons. Two police dog handlers with dogs trained to sniff out guns and explosives also mingled with the crowd of around 400 people. Several armed officers were also seen with handguns visible in holsters at the entrance to The Paddock. The traditional Sunday service is a staple part of the Royals’ festive celebrations, and gives well-wishers from across the globe who could not make it out on Christmas day the chance to catch a glimpse of the family.  Security around royal events has been noticeably tightened this year amid fears that members of the family could become a target for crazed ISIS militants. (

Dec 30, 2015

Duchess of Cambridge gets flowers on way to church

Also making the short trek from castle to chapel were Prince Charles, the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his family, and Prince Andrew accompanied by his eldest daughter Princess Beatrice in a blue coat and high-heeled boots. Kate accompanied her husband William and brother-in-law Harry to St Mary Magdalene church. Leaving behind her two young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, so she could attend the service yesterday.  It is the traditional post-Christmas royal church appearance. Most of the royals were there, including William’s cousin Zara Phillips, the Queen’s granddaughter in a black-and-white checked coat, accompanied by her husband Mike Tindall. Her mother, Princess Anne, and grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, walked in front while many lined the roads to catch a glimpse of the Royals on one of the traditional annual outings as a family.   The young royals were joined in the church by the Queen, in cream boucle, who opted not to walk with the rest of the clan but be chauffeured to the Sunday service. Her hubby made the trek himself. Share this Like this ... (Scout)


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