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THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY WITH THEIR CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS
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She was born on 21 April 1926 at 17 Burton Street, London. She was the third in line to the throne after her uncle (later Edward VII) and her father.She became queen on 6 February Buckingham Palace is her official London home. Each member of the Royal Family supports several charities. Queen Elizabeth ll
At present the British royal family is headed by Queen Elizabeth The marriage of the Princess Elizabeth to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh took place in November The Queen's husband Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, was born in 1926 and served in the Royal Navy. He takes a great deal of interest in industry, in the achievements of young people (he founded Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme in 1956) and in saving raise wild animals from extinction.
The grandchildren. William Peter (is the eldest son of Prince Charles) (Princess Anna) Henry (is the second son Zara of Prince Charles) (is the daughter Of Princess Anna)
His love life has been closely followed by the Worlds press. Prince Charles And Lady Diana Spencer were married on 29 July 1981 in St Pauls Cathedral. Following the birth of their two sons, Princes William and Harry, the marriage was in trouble and she had several liaisons. Charles resumed his liaison with Camilla Parker Bowles. Charles and Diana were divorced on 28 August Camilla became Charless companion and following her divorce they were married in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall on 9 April 2005 followed by a service of prayer and dedication in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. She became the Duchess of Cornwall Louise (daughter of Prince Adward) James (son of Prince Adward) Beatrice (is the eldest daughter Prince Andrew) Eugenie (is the second daughter Prince Andrew)
Buckingham Palace Windso r Castle Buckingham Palace is the official London residence. The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are open to visitors every year. The Palace is a working building and the centrepiece of Britain's constitutional monarchy. Windsor Castle is an official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world. The Queen uses the Castle both as a private home, where she usually spends the weekend, and as a Royal residence at which she undertakes certain formal duties. Every year The Queen takes up official residence in Windsor Castle ford a month over Easter (March-April).
Balmor al Castle Sandring ham House The Queen and other members of the Royal Family regularly spend Christmas at Sandringham and make it their official base until February each year. Balmoral Castle is the private residence of The Queen. It is a favourite residence for The Queen and her family during the summer holiday period in August and September.
The British monarchy has collected lots of royal customs and traditions. Some are very ancient, but theyre not all old. In fact, some are surprisingly modern. Here are nine of the best known. The Changing of the Guard takes place in front of Buckingham Palace. There are hundreds of swans on the river Thames. Ascot Week The Queen has two birthdays The Queen sends a telegram to anyone in Britain or the Commonwealth on their 100th birthday Once a year, someone from the Royal Family goes to a film premiere in Londons West End On December 25th the Queen makes a ten-minute radio and TV speech to the Commonwealth Each year all the knights meet at Windsor on a Monday in June. Then they walk from the Castle to St. George's Chapel where a special ceremony takes place Royal Investiture
The Queen has over 600 patronages and The Duke of Edinburgh over 700.The Queen has over 600 patronages and The Duke of Edinburgh over 700. They are Presidents or Patrons ofThey are Presidents or Patrons of 128 organizations - Agriculture128 organizations - Agriculture 146 organizations - Animals146 organizations - Animals 167 organizations - Children and young people167 organizations - Children and young people 42 organizations - Elderly people42 organizations - Elderly people 231 organizations - Environment231 organizations - Environment 341 organizations - Healthcare and Hospices341 organizations - Healthcare and Hospices 131 organizations - Science and technology131 organizations - Science and technology 165 organizations - Social clubs165 organizations - Social clubs 539 organizations - Sport and recreation539 organizations - Sport and recreation 203 organizations - Business and industry203 organizations - Business and industry Charities