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    Photos and videos from the work & activities of The Queen & The Royal Family.

    The Earl and Countess of Wessex joined volunteers @salutethenhs earlier this week to prepare food packs for NHS frontline workers across the UK. 

The @salutethenhs initiative is providing meals and care packages to support the work of ICU, A&E and anaesthetic teams across the UK.

The Earl and Countess thanked the volunteers for their contributions to the @salutethenhs initiative, which is aiming to deliver one million meals to @nhs staff. 👏
    The Earl and Countess of Wessex joined volunteers @salutethenhs earlier this week to prepare food packs for NHS frontline workers across the UK. The @salutethenhs initiative is providing meals and care packages to support the work of ICU, A&E and anaesthetic teams across the UK. The Earl and Countess thanked the volunteers for their contributions to the @salutethenhs initiative, which is aiming to deliver one million meals to @nhs staff. 👏
    🚂 📖 The Princess Royal, Patron of @Savechildrenuk, has read “Thomas and the Royal Engine” to close the charity’s Save with Stories campaign.

Save with Stories was launched to support vulnerable families in the UK and around the world, in response to the pandemic.

HRH became President of Save The Children UK in 1970, and has travelled across the world to meet volunteers who are working to keep children safe, healthy and happy. 

Head over to @savechildrenuk for the full story.
    🚂 📖 The Princess Royal, Patron of @Savechildrenuk, has read “Thomas and the Royal Engine” to close the charity’s Save with Stories campaign. Save with Stories was launched to support vulnerable families in the UK and around the world, in response to the pandemic. HRH became President of Save The Children UK in 1970, and has travelled across the world to meet volunteers who are working to keep children safe, healthy and happy. Head over to @savechildrenuk for the full story.
    🍰☕️Today would have been the annual Garden Party hosted by The Queen in the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in Edinburgh.‬ 

‪Each year, guests are invited from across Scotland to recognise the work they do in their communities.

‪The Queen is always attended by The Royal Company of Archers, who are her official Body Guard in Scotland, and The Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society play as Her Majesty meets her guests.
    🍰☕️Today would have been the annual Garden Party hosted by The Queen in the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in Edinburgh.‬ ‪Each year, guests are invited from across Scotland to recognise the work they do in their communities. ‪The Queen is always attended by The Royal Company of Archers, who are her official Body Guard in Scotland, and The Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society play as Her Majesty meets her guests.
    A very happy #canadaday to all our Canadian followers! July 1st marks the national day of Canada. 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

On this day 10 years ago, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attended Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa, celebrating the “extraordinary warmth and enthusiasm of the people of Canada”.

Her Majesty has visited Canada more than any other country during her reign, calling it her ‘second home’.
    A very happy #canadaday to all our Canadian followers! July 1st marks the national day of Canada. 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦 On this day 10 years ago, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attended Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa, celebrating the “extraordinary warmth and enthusiasm of the people of Canada”. Her Majesty has visited Canada more than any other country during her reign, calling it her ‘second home’.
    🔑🌃 Today, the Ceremony of the Keys would have taken place on the forecourt of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, marking the start of Holyrood Week. Sadly, this year’s ceremony has had to be cancelled.

During Holyrood Week, The Queen and members of the Royal Family attend engagements throughout Scotland, hold an Investiture and host thousands of special guests at a garden party at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

At the Ceremony of the Keys, The Queen is welcomed into the city of Edinburgh, Her Majesty’s 'ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland', by the Lord Provost, who offers her the keys of the city.
    🔑🌃 Today, the Ceremony of the Keys would have taken place on the forecourt of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, marking the start of Holyrood Week. Sadly, this year’s ceremony has had to be cancelled. During Holyrood Week, The Queen and members of the Royal Family attend engagements throughout Scotland, hold an Investiture and host thousands of special guests at a garden party at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. At the Ceremony of the Keys, The Queen is welcomed into the city of Edinburgh, Her Majesty’s 'ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland', by the Lord Provost, who offers her the keys of the city.
    🌺🌻Marking the end of #ChildrensHospiceWeek, The Duchess of Cambridge met with staff from @eachhospices care and facilities teams to thank them for the incredible work that they do.

The Duchess joined some of the hospice’s patients and families to plant a garden for The Nook, one of EACH’s purpose-built hospices.

Using plants bought during her visit to Fakenham Garden Centre last week, The Duchess of Cambridge worked alongside an @eachhospices volunteer gardener to plant a garden that will provide enjoyment for children and families.

Visit @kensingtonroyal to find out more.
    🌺🌻Marking the end of #ChildrensHospiceWeek, The Duchess of Cambridge met with staff from @eachhospices care and facilities teams to thank them for the incredible work that they do. The Duchess joined some of the hospice’s patients and families to plant a garden for The Nook, one of EACH’s purpose-built hospices. Using plants bought during her visit to Fakenham Garden Centre last week, The Duchess of Cambridge worked alongside an @eachhospices volunteer gardener to plant a garden that will provide enjoyment for children and families. Visit @kensingtonroyal to find out more.
    Thank you to every regular, reserve, cadet and veteran who has served with @royalnavy, @britisharmy, @royalairforceuk. 
The Queen and the Royal Family are proud supporters of the Armed Services community both in the UK and the Commonwealth.

Visit our story to find out more!

#armedforcesday
    Thank you to every regular, reserve, cadet and veteran who has served with @royalnavy, @britisharmy, @royalairforceuk. The Queen and the Royal Family are proud supporters of the Armed Services community both in the UK and the Commonwealth. Visit our story to find out more! #armedforcesday
    “The Duke of Edinburgh and I join many around the United Kingdom in celebrating Armed Forces Day, and the efforts of our military both at home and overseas”

A message from Her Majesty The Queen on #ArmedForcesDay 🇬🇧
    “The Duke of Edinburgh and I join many around the United Kingdom in celebrating Armed Forces Day, and the efforts of our military both at home and overseas” A message from Her Majesty The Queen on #ArmedForcesDay 🇬🇧
    The Princess Royal is presented (virtually) with the Regimental Medal of The King’s Royal Hussars @kingsroyalhussars to commemorate her 50 years as their Colonel-in-Chief (1969-2019) 💂‍♀️ HRH inspected the @britisharmy troops on Parade @royalhospitalchelsea via video link.
    The Princess Royal is presented (virtually) with the Regimental Medal of The King’s Royal Hussars @kingsroyalhussars to commemorate her 50 years as their Colonel-in-Chief (1969-2019) 💂‍♀️ HRH inspected the @britisharmy troops on Parade @royalhospitalchelsea via video link.
    Via @kensingtonRoyal

Yesterday The Duke of Cambridge visited the University of Oxford’s Oxford Vaccine Group, to learn more about their work to establish a viable vaccine against COVID-19. 
Oxford researchers have developed a vaccine in order to begin protecting people against the coronavirus as soon as possible and clinical trials are now underway to establish whether the vaccine generates immunity in humans.

The Duke was shown around the manufacturing laboratory where the vaccine has been produced and was also given a tour of the laboratory where samples from the clinical trial are being examined by researchers, before meeting individuals who are part of the trial.

The Duke also joined a video call with members of the AstraZeneca-Oxford partnership to hear how the partnership has placed British science and innovation at the heart of the global response to the pandemic. Watch the full discussion on the Royal Family’s YouTube channel (link in bio)
    Via @kensingtonRoyal Yesterday The Duke of Cambridge visited the University of Oxford’s Oxford Vaccine Group, to learn more about their work to establish a viable vaccine against COVID-19. Oxford researchers have developed a vaccine in order to begin protecting people against the coronavirus as soon as possible and clinical trials are now underway to establish whether the vaccine generates immunity in humans. The Duke was shown around the manufacturing laboratory where the vaccine has been produced and was also given a tour of the laboratory where samples from the clinical trial are being examined by researchers, before meeting individuals who are part of the trial. The Duke also joined a video call with members of the AstraZeneca-Oxford partnership to hear how the partnership has placed British science and innovation at the heart of the global response to the pandemic. Watch the full discussion on the Royal Family’s YouTube channel (link in bio)
    🚑 The Countess of Wessex, Grand President @stjohn_ambulance, today visited the charity’s Operational Support Hub to meet and thank volunteers for their work since the COVID-19 outbreak.
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‪Volunteers at the Hub have been responsible for distributing clothing and PPE to 32 different St John Ambulance sites in the UK, where the charity is supporting the NHS on the frontline.
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The Countess helped to organise these deliveries and PPE shipments to be sent to ambulance crews, specialist cleaners, hospital staff and first aiders. ‬
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Ahead of #StJohnsDay tomorrow, Her Royal Highness also paid tribute to everyone at the Hub and others working with St John Ambulance, who have contributed over 115,000 hours of voluntary service since the outbreak began.
    🚑 The Countess of Wessex, Grand President @stjohn_ambulance, today visited the charity’s Operational Support Hub to meet and thank volunteers for their work since the COVID-19 outbreak. . ‪Volunteers at the Hub have been responsible for distributing clothing and PPE to 32 different St John Ambulance sites in the UK, where the charity is supporting the NHS on the frontline. . The Countess helped to organise these deliveries and PPE shipments to be sent to ambulance crews, specialist cleaners, hospital staff and first aiders. ‬ . Ahead of #StJohnsDay tomorrow, Her Royal Highness also paid tribute to everyone at the Hub and others working with St John Ambulance, who have contributed over 115,000 hours of voluntary service since the outbreak began.
    Via @clarencehouse “As we honour the legacy of the Windrush generation, and the invaluable contribution of Black people in Britain, I dearly hope that we can continue to listen to each other’s stories and to learn from one another. The diversity of our society is its greatest strength and gives us so much to celebrate.” Today marks the anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush in 1948, carrying hundreds of people from the Caribbean who had been invited to help rebuild Britain in the wake of the Second World War. 
#WindrushDay is an annual celebration of Britain’s Caribbean community and their contribution to life in the UK. In a message to mark the day, The Prince of Wales reflects on his visit to @BCAheritage when Their Royal Highnesses viewed an exhibition on the history of African and Caribbean communities in Britain and met veterans from the Western Indian Association of Service Personnel.
    Via @clarencehouse “As we honour the legacy of the Windrush generation, and the invaluable contribution of Black people in Britain, I dearly hope that we can continue to listen to each other’s stories and to learn from one another. The diversity of our society is its greatest strength and gives us so much to celebrate.” Today marks the anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush in 1948, carrying hundreds of people from the Caribbean who had been invited to help rebuild Britain in the wake of the Second World War. #WindrushDay is an annual celebration of Britain’s Caribbean community and their contribution to life in the UK. In a message to mark the day, The Prince of Wales reflects on his visit to @BCAheritage when Their Royal Highnesses viewed an exhibition on the history of African and Caribbean communities in Britain and met veterans from the Western Indian Association of Service Personnel.
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