Harry and Meghan’s nuptials are the latest in a tradition of glamorous British royal weddings throughout the 20th century.
From escaping reality to witnessing history, these are the reasons Americans love to follow Britain’s royal family.
Before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and before Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip had their own love story.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh is retiring from public engagements after attending more than 22,000 events since 1956. His wife, Queen Elizabeth II will still carry out her Royal duties.
The royal couple has been married nearly 70 years.
He’s done it again. Prince Philip was visiting Birmingham with the Queen to open a major railway station redevelopment when he pulled off the old foot in mouth trick.
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The former naval officer once told British students in China, "If you stay here much longer, you'll be slitty-eyed," and
South Africa's Freedom Charter was adopted in 1955. The Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted in 1990. The United Kingdom followed five years later with the Disability Discrimination Act. Yet where are all the great leaders championing access for people with hearing loss?
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She is the best-known woman in the world, and she has been since 1952 when Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, at age 25, became Queen Elizabeth II. Although she has a huge list of titles, she is to most people simply The Queen.
Farting and belching are the great levelers and if you are certain that "beans, beans the musical fruit/the more you eat, the more you toot" applies to everyone, then you can be sure that humanity rather than titles or talents is what really unites our race.
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The men in their lives--Prince Philip, Dennis Thatcher, Rupert Murdoch, Michael Heseltine, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan and