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The Queen, and indeed the British public, deserve better than The Crown’s lies

23 November 2019

9:00 AM

23 November 2019

9:00 AM

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently met with survivors of national disasters. They were attending the launch of a new charity. The Duke made a short, supportive speech. But much more important was the private time he and the Duchess spent with the survivors. As Lord Dannatt, who was hosting the public meeting said: ‘Their empathy with those affected demonstrated the vital link between the royal family and people of this country.

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