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Jack Royston Jan 10
Prince William arrives at the Royal Marsden Hospital to view some robotic surgery.
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Henrietta Ferguson Jan 8
How gorgeous is little ? These pictures were taken by the of her daughter as she set off on her of school at Willcocks Nursery School.
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Check out our January Newsletter for 2018
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 24
Wishing all our friends and clients a very Christmas and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year from all at Henrietta Ferguson Tours of London
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 21
and his have released two new official portraits to mark their . Their wedding will be this May at Castle.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 18
William and Kate’s Christmas card this year, features a wonderful of the and their children. !
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 15
Hot off the press! and have just announced the date of their . They are set to marry on the 19th of May 2018 at
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The Telegraph Dec 12
Princes William and Harry join the stars, and some other creatures, on the red carpet for the London premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 12
Tonight at the , is the Royal of the new movie . Princes Willam and Harry and The Duchess of Cambridge are expected to attend.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 11
Did you know - at was introduced to Britain more than 500 years ago by , who had acquired 6 birds in his travels from traders. Prior to this the traditional meat was Pigs head, Goose or even Peacock!
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 9
Where can you find this lovely bronze of ? Here is one of his little gems “Said Hamlet to Ophelia, I’ll draw a sketch of thee, What kind of pencil shall I use, 2B or not 2B” thank you 😜
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 8
Did you know - the of putting tangerines in a comes from 12th Century France, where nuns would leave socks filled with nuts, fruit and tangerines at the houses of the poor.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 7
Replying to @HFTLondon
Sculpture is of at St Stephens House and Gardens
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 6
Did you know - the Queen makes an annual televised speech every Christmas Day at 3pm, but the first ever broadcast Christmas speech was made by King George V in 1932 on the radio.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 5
Did you know - European Crusaders brought the back to England in the 12th Century. Originally filled with meat as well as and , they were also originally oval shaped to represent the manger that Jesus slept in!
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 4
Did you know - that the beautiful we see every year in in is an annual gift bestowed to England by , since 1947, to thank us for our help during the . Follow us
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 3
Where is this pretty ballerina? Check out our Instagram feed for the answer!
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 2
Starting today at is their annual . Cosy up in a sheepskin throw, on the lantern filled and seasonally decorated roof to watch a Christmassy movie.
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Henrietta Ferguson Dec 1
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first public appearance in Nottingham today, since announcing their engagement on Monday. They were there in support of . The couple are due to marry next spring.
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