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Prince William Is Getting the Best Ever Valentine’s Day Present

Prince William Is Getting the Best Ever Valentine’s Day Present

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No, it's not cologne. While most husbands are gearing up to receive a bottle of bourbon or some bacon-themed pressie this Valentine's Day, Prince William will be gifted something far more grand, and it's not just because he's royal. The Duke of Cambridge, who is a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance in Cambridge, England, is getting a much needed new helicopter. The updated craft (an H145 if that means anything to you) will help Wills and his fellow rescue workers transport patients to hospitals even faster. That's right. Besides being half responsible for making the cutest brood of tykes we ever did see, Prince William is saving lives. He'll be able to take the new chopper out on February 14. While it's not technically a gift from his lovely wife, we wouldn't be surprised if ...
“It was the most frightening noise I have ever heard in my life,” Camilla said

“It was the most frightening noise I have ever heard in my life,” Camilla said

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The Duchess of Rothesay arrives with the Lord Provost George Adam at Aberdeen University.The Duchess of Rothesay arrives with the Lord Provost George Adam at Aberdeen University. The Duchess of Rothesay has revealed the terror she felt as her Royal Deeside home was caught up in the worst flooding to ever hit the area. Camilla has been staying at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate with her husband, Prince Charles, since New Year. Within hours of arriving in Aberdeenshire for the celebrations, ferocious Storm Frank arrived – swamping homes, destroying possessions, and ruining livelihoods. Abergeldie Castle was left dangerously close to the River Dee Nearby the royal property, Abergeldie Castle was left dangerously close to the River Dee During a visit to Aberdeen University yesterday, the
The Duchess of Cornwall has made a comical guest appearance in a new BBC animation – as herself

The Duchess of Cornwall has made a comical guest appearance in a new BBC animation – as herself

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Camilla even gamely provided a voice-over for the cartoon character, designed to publicise her involvement in Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans’ 500 Words story writing competition. The short film shows Prince Charles’ wife standing on a balcony at London’s Globe Theatre. With her flicked blonde hair and pearl choker, the royal is instantly recognisable - albeit some three decades younger than her 68 years. She raises her eyebrows as she gazes at the camera and asks viewers huskily: ‘So what story are you going to write?’ Although she is a good public speaker, the Duchess rarely appears on camera and shies away from interviews, so it is not often that the wider general public get to hear her voice. A Clarence House spokesman said of her voice-over, recorded late last year: ‘The Duchess is a