Matt Smith praises Prince Philip ContactMusic - Published 2 days ago
Prince Philip 'seen behind car wheel for first time since giving up licence' Philip gave up his licence after being involved in a car crash in January that left two women in another vehicle hurt, while a baby with them was uninjured Tamworth Herald - Published 2 days ago
Queen Elizabeth Discusses Notre Dame Blaze
According to Reuters.com, "Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has sent a message to French President Emmanuel Macron to say she was deeply saddened by the fire which engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in..
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Queen Elizabeth 'Deeply Saddened' By Notre Dame Blaze
Buckingham Palace said Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has sent a message to French President Emmanuel Macron to say she was deeply saddened by the fire which engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on..
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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle To Keep Baby Birth Private
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex will keep details surrounding the arrival of their first child private, CNN reports. A royal expert said the announcement is a conscious decision by the couple to..
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What Will Harry And Meghan Name Their Royal Baby?
CNN reports that while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to welcome their new bundle of joy into the world, bookmakers are taking bets on what the royal baby will be named. There aren't any..
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Prince Philip's Changing Looks!
From young prince to long standing royal , see His Royal Highness's regal transformation!
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Prince Philip crash victim Emma Fairweather could lose her licence Ms Fairweather called for Philip to be prosecuted if found to be at fault Hull Daily Mail - Published 4 days ago
Woman hurt in crash with Prince Philip faces separate motoring charges The crash left Emma Fairweather with a broken wrist Wales Online - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • Cambridge News • Tamworth Herald Prince Philip's sobbing car crash victim facing her own motoring charges Emma Fairweather, 46, is due in court at the end of the month Daily Record - Published 4 days ago
This is what will happen when Prince Philip Mountbatten dies The Duke of Edinburgh is 97 years old and has retired from official duties Bristol Post - Published 2 weeks ago
Read about what it's like being a bodyguard for celebs and the Iron Lady HE HAS spent years protecting the rich and powerful including the likes of Margaret Thatcher and Prince Philip, and now he has started his own self-defence business to help people protect themselves. The Argus - Published on March 8, 2019
Prince Philip won't be charged ContactMusic - Published on February 14, 2019 Hampshire County Council apologises over Prince Philip death mistake Hampshire County Council is investigating how a webpage stating Prince Philip had died was published. BBC News - Published on February 14, 2019 Also reported by • BBC Local News
Prince Philip won't face prosecution following Sandringham crash The 97-year-old won't face any further action Hull Daily Mail - Published on February 14, 2019 Also reported by • Cambridge News • Daily Record
Duke of Edinburgh won't be prosecuted over Sandringham car crash Prosecuting Prince Philip is 'not in the public interest' Tamworth Herald - Published on February 14, 2019 Also reported by • Cambridge News • Wales Online • Daily Record
Duke of Edinburgh will NOT be charged over Norfolk road smash The Crown Prosecution Service has said it will not charge 97-year-old Prince Philip Bristol Post - Published on February 14, 2019
Prince Philip will not be prosecuted over crash Prosecuting the Duke of Edinburgh over January's crash is "not in the public interest", says the CPS. BBC News - Published on February 14, 2019 Also reported by • Reuters • BBC Local News • Daily Record • Independent Prince Philip will face NO further action after surrendering driving licence following horror crash Philip surrendered his driving licence as prosecutors considered whether to bring charges over a crash that injured two women Tamworth Herald - Published on February 14, 2019
Meghan Markle writes an open letter to her dear old dad Meghan Markle will need stronger crystals and a firmer deep tissue massage to reach the serotonin (happy hormones) as her heart is “broken beyond repair”. The Express has news that Meghan is pained.. Anorak - Published on February 11, 2019 Prince Philip gives up fighter pilot’s licence PRINCE Philip has given up his fighter pilot’s license at the relatively young age of 97. The Daily Mash - Published on February 11, 2019 Also reported by • BBC Local News • BBC News
Officers lock the Duke of Edinburgh's police file in an inspector's draw for 'security reasons' The Duke of Edinburgh's police file is locked in an inspector's draw, a witness to his collision at Sandringham said, as she suggested officers were giving Prince Philip special treatment. MailOnline - Published on February 11, 2019 Make older drivers take regular eye exams, say AA Safety charity Brake has led calls for mandatory eyesight and medical tests for elderly drivers in the UK since Prince Philip's crash. MailOnline - Published on February 11, 2019
Prince Philip is 'unlikely to be charged' over horror car crash The Duke of Edinburgh (pictured) voluntarily surrendered his licence after he flipped his Land Rover in Norfolk but will be able to drive on royal grounds. MailOnline - Published on February 10, 2019 Prince Philip: Car crash victim says 'roads will be safer now' after royal gives up driving licence 'It's the right thing to do,' says Emma Fairweather Independent - Published on February 10, 2019
'Duke of hazard' ditches driving licence as prosecutors consider royal crash charges Prince Philip, 97, was left uninjured by the crash but one of the two women injured by the smash called for the Duke to be prosecuted. Daily Record - Published on February 10, 2019 Prince Philip surrenders his driving licence aged 97 after horror crash The Duke of Edinburgh has voluntarily decided to give up his licence after "careful consideration," Buckingham Palace said Hull Daily Mail - Published on February 9, 2019 Also reported by • ContactMusic • Tamworth Herald
Prince Philip 'voluntarily' surrenders driving licence following car crash Buckingham Palace say Duke of Edinburgh took decision 'after careful consideration' Independent - Published on February 9, 2019 Also reported by • Tamworth Herald Britain's Prince Philip gives up driving license after crash Queen Elizabeth's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip has voluntarily given up his driving license after a crash last month, Buckingham Palace said on Saturday. Reuters - Published on February 9, 2019 Also reported by • Tamworth Herald • BBC News
Duke of Edinburgh gives up driving licence after Range Rover crash Prince Philip was involved in a crash in January near the Queen's Sandringham Estate Wales Online - Published on February 9, 2019 Queen extends winter break at Sandringham as police continue investigation into Prince Philip crash The Queen - who usually returns to London after the anniversary of her father's death on February 6 - will remain at Sandringham until next week, royal sources have disclosed. MailOnline - Published on February 7, 2019
Queen Elizabeth's favourite child revealed - and it's not Prince Charles The Queen and Prince Philip are mum and dad to Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward - but according to one royal expert she has an "obvious" favourite Daily Record - Published on February 7, 2019 Dealership near Guildford is selling Prince Philip's car - that once drove Barack Obama Despite his recent driving history, this modified Range Rover is in good condition Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser - Published on February 6, 2019 Also reported by • Surrey Mirror Duke of Edinburgh sends thank you letters to wellwishers who wrote to him after his crash Prince Philip has sent out thank you notes to members of the public who sent letters to him following his accident in Sandringham on January 17. MailOnline - Published on February 5, 2019