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Kings and Queens of Britain
In honor of Prince George’s first birthday and the birthday of his grandmother Diana, princess of Wales, this month’s newsletter focuses on the British royal family. The links below highlight Britannica’s coverage of some of the notable kings, queens, and other members of the royal families past and present, as well as some of their homes.

Kings and Queens of Britain
IN THIS ISSUE
Anne
Catherine, duchess of Cambridge
Charles, prince of Wales
Diana, princess of Wales
Elizabeth I
Elizabeth II
George III
Henry VIII
James II
Victoria
Prince William, duke of Cambridge
Buckingham Palace
Hampton Court
Windsor Castle
 
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Catherine, duchess of Cambridge
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House of Windsor





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