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  • The Prince of Wales
    • The Prince of Wales was born on 14th November 1948.

      The Prince of Wales was born on 14th November 1948.

    • The Prince of Wales

      You may have heard The Prince of Wales being called Prince Charles. His real name is Charles Philip Arthur George.

    • The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall

      The Prince of Wales is married to The Duchess of Cornwall. They were married in 2005.

    • Clarence House

      The Prince lives in Clarence House in London but has other residences in Scotland, Wales and Gloucestershire in England.

    • The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry

      The Prince has two sons; The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William) and Prince Harry.

    • The Prince is Patron of more than 400 charities

      The Prince is Patron of more than 400 charities, which help people from many different backgrounds including young people, unemployed people, the elderly, people who live in communities in the countryside and homeless people.

    • The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh

      The Prince of Wales is the eldest son of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh (pictured)

    • He has two brothers and one sister. They are The Duke of York (Prince Andrew), The Earl of Wessex (Prince Edward) and The Princess Royal (Princess Anne)

    • Pears

      The Prince's home and gardens are run on an organic basis. This means that they are environmentally-friendly and no pesticides which are harmful to the environment and its wildlife are used.

    • The Prince's Trust

      The first charity The Prince set up was The Prince's Trust. He used money he was given when he left the Navy to create the charity helping young people in 1976.

    • The Prince of Wales

      The Prince is a farmer and works to help support farmers and people living in the countryside through a number of his charities.

    • The Prince of Wales painting

      The Prince is a keen artist and paints his own watercolour paintings. In the picture above, The Prince is painting in the Bhutan Himalayas.

    • The Prince of Wales

      The Prince of Wales became a qualified pilot when he was 19-years-old.

    • The Prince's Coat of Arms

      The Prince of Wales has his own Coat of Arms which is an ancient tradition and uses a set of images to symbolise the identity of a person, place and family

    • The Prince's feathers

      You can find out all about The Prince of Wales in our children's booklet here by visiting bit.ly/childrenbook

    • On 22nd July 2013, The Prince became a grandfather

      On 22nd July 2013, The Prince became a grandfather to Prince George of Cambridge

  • The Duchess of Cornwall
    • The Duchess of Cornwall as a child (middle)

      The Duchess of Cornwall was born on 17th July 1947. In the picture above she is the little girl in the middle.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall

      Her Royal Highness is called Camilla, although she should be referred to as her official title, which is The Duchess of Cornwall.

    • The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on their wedding day.

      The Duchess of Cornwall is married to The Prince of Wales. They were married in 2005.

    • Clarence House

      The Duchess of Cornwall lives in London with her husband The Prince of Wales at Clarence House.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall

      As part of her role in the Royal family, The Duchess of Cornwall travels around the world with her husband, promoting the United Kingdom to other countries and meeting many different people.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall loves reading to her grandchildren.

      The Duchess of Cornwall loves reading to her grandchildren.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall

      Her Royal Highness is Patron of many different charities which help a number of causes - from animals to helping people learn how to read and write.

    • Pears at Highgrove

      The Duchess of Cornwall is a big supporter of British food, which means choosing fruit and vegetables that are grown in the United Kingdom as well as other local products.

    • Beth the puppy

      The Duchess of Cornwall adopted a puppy called Beth from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall's favourite children's book is Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy by Lynley Dodd

      The Duchess of Cornwall's favourite children's book is Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy by Lynley Dodd.

    • To celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, The Duchess of Cornwall launched a competition to give children a chance to cook for The Queen at Buckingham Palace.

    • The Duchess of Cornwall enjoys walking and gardening in her spare time.

    • The first Royal tour The Duchess of Cornwall went on with her husband The Prince of Wales was to the United States of America in 2005.

    • Bluebell the puppy

      In 2012, The Duchess adopted another puppy from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home - Bluebell!

  • The Duke of Cambridge
    • The Duke of Cambridge was born on 21st June 1982.

      The Duke of Cambridge was born on 21st June 1982.

    • The Duke of Cambridge was known as Prince William before he was married.

      The Duke of Cambridge was known as Prince William before he was married.

    • The Duke of Cambridge married The Duchess of Cambridge (Catherine Middleton) on 29th April 2011.

      The Duke of Cambridge married The Duchess of Cambridge (Catherine Middleton) on 29th April 2011.

    • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were married at Westminster Abbey.

      The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were married at Westminster Abbey.

    • The Duke's father is The Prince of Wales (Prince Charles) and his mother is the late Diana, Princess of Wales

      The Duke's father is The Prince of Wales (Prince Charles) and his mother is the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

    • The Duke of Cambridge has one younger brother, Prince Harry.

      The Duke of Cambridge has one younger brother, Prince Harry.

    • The Duke worked as a full time job in the military as a fully qualified operational captain within the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force. Doing this job, The Duke flew helicopters and rescued people who find themselves in trouble in the countryside

      The Duke worked in the military as a fully qualified operational captain within the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force. Doing this job, The Duke flew helicopters and rescued people who find themselves in trouble in the countryside.

    • The Duke of Cambridge, together with his wife The Duchess of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry, set up a charitable foundation to give money to charities in need

      The Duke of Cambridge, together with his wife The Duchess of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry, set up a charitable foundation to give money to charities in need.

    • The Duke went to St. Andrews University in Scotland

      The Duke went to St. Andrews University in Scotland.

    • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official home in London is Kensington Palace.

      The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official home in London is Kensington Palace.

    • The Duke of Cambridge took a gap year before going to university

      The Duke of Cambridge took a gap year before going to university.

    • The Duke of Cambridge is Patron of lots of charities that help young people including Skill Force, Centrepoint and The English Schools' Swimming Association

      The Duke of Cambridge is Patron of lots of charities that help young people including Skill Force, Centrepoint and The English Schools' Swimming Association.

    • The Duke loves sport and was an ambassador for the London 2012 Olympics for Team GB.

      The Duke loves sport and was an ambassador for the London 2012 Olympics for Team GB.

    • The Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry used to go on skiing holidays with their father.

      The Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry used to go on skiing holidays with their father.

    • On 22nd July 2013, The Duke's wife, The Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a son named George Alexander Louis.

      On 22nd July 2013, The Duke's wife, The Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to their son George Alexander Louis.

  • The Duchess of Cambridge
    • The Duchess of Cambridge was born on 9th January 1982.

      The Duchess of Cambridge was born on 9th January 1982.

    • The Duchess of Cambridge

      The Duchess of Cambridge's maiden name is Catherine Elizabeth Middleton.

    • The Duchess of Cambridge marries The Duke of Cambridge

      The Duchess of Cambridge married The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William) at Westminster Abbey on 29th April 2011.

    • When The Duchess was a little girl, she lived with her family in Jordan for two and a half years.

    • The Duchess of Cambridge met her husband The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William) at university.

    • The Duchess studied History of Art at St. Andrews University in Scotland.

    • Her Royal Highness has one younger sister called Pippa and a younger brother called James.

    • In 2011, The Duchess of Cambridge went on her first overseas tour as a member of the Royal family. She visited Canada with her husband.

    • The Duchess is very interested in sport and played tennis, hockey and netball at school.

    • Her Royal Highness was an Olympic Ambassador for London 2012 supporting Team GB.

    • The Duchess is interested in photography, and takes pictures in her spare time

      The Duchess is interested in photography, and takes pictures in her spare time.

    • The Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress

      The Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress was designed by British designer Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen.

    • The Duchess studied in Florence during her gap year

      The Duchess studied in Florence during her gap year.

    • The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of a number of charities that support young people, including The Art Room and East Anglia Children's Hospices.

    • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George

      On 22nd July 2013, The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a son, named George Alexander Louis

  • Prince Harry
    • Prince Harry was born on 15th September 1984.

    • Prince Harry's real name is Henry Charles Albert David.

    • Prince Harry's father is The Prince of Wales (Prince Charles) and his mother is the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

    • The Prince's brother is The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William).

    • Prince Harry set up his own charity called Sentebale in 2006 with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in Africa. It helps children whose parents have died.

    • Prince Harry loves sport and plays rugby, polo and football.

    • The Prince set up a charitable foundation with his brother The Duke of Cambridge and his sister-in-law The Duchess of Cambridge to give money to other charities.

    • Prince Harry's full-time job is in the military. He flies helicopters as a pilot in the Army Air Corps.

    • The Prince visited Australia, Argentina and Africa during his gap year

      The Prince visited Australia, Argentina and Africa during his gap year.

    • Prince Harry was a London 2012 Olympic Ambassador for Team GB

      Prince Harry was a London 2012 Olympic Ambassador for Team GB.

    • Prince Harry trekked to the North Pole in 2011 to raise awareness for wounded servicemen and women.

    • Have you ever wanted to run a marathon? Prince Harry is Patron of the London Marathon Trust.

    • Prince Harry raced Usain Bolt, the world's fastest male runner, during a visit to Jamaica in 2012.

    • In 2010 Prince Harry and his brother The Duke of Cambridge visited Botswana, Lesotho and South Africa.

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