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Clarence House Feb 22
The Prince heard about the work being done at on pre-eminent work in cancer drugs discovery and on drug design and safety with outstanding work in HIV, leukaemia and epilepsy.
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Clarence House Feb 22
The Duchess of Cornwall met representatives from for leading education and training in costume design serving UK creative industries.
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Clarence House Feb 22
The Prince of Wales greets The Princess Royal, who was talking to representatives from , which was awarded The Queen's Anniversary Prize for innovations in agricultural engineering in the pursuit of UK and global food security.
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The Royal Family Feb 22
Replying to @LondonU @UniOfSurrey
The Princess Royal who is Chancellor of , and The Duke of Kent who is Chancellor of also attended the ceremony at Buckingham Palace today.
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The Royal Family Feb 22
Today The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall presented The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes For Higher And Further Education at Buckingham Palace. Follow for more.
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CHOGM London 2018 Feb 21
The Duchess of Cambridge & The Countess of Wessex hosted the Commonwealth . Hear from designers & artisans from who exhibited their looks.
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The Royal Family Feb 21
Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Sunderland to see first-hand the city's vibrant arts scene and engineering talent. Follow to see more.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
The Queen watched Richard Quinn’s show from the front row before presenting him with his award. Each year a designer will be selected by the , in collaboration with the Royal Household, to be recognised.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
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For the past two years Angela Kelly, Personal Advisor to Her Majesty (The Queen's Wardrobe), has been working on designing an award which The Queen wanted to give in recognition of emerging British fashion talent.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Richard Quinn created a print studio which offers accessible services to students and his peer group of emerging designers. The Award, designed by Angela Kelly, was inspired by the Queen Elizabeth rose.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Richard is an emerging talent who studied at Central St Martin's in London and has been recognised for his exceptional prints. He received his award from The Queen this afternoon
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Her Majesty views Richard Quinn's runway show alongside Dame Anna Wintour. Richard is the first recipient of The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Her Majesty The Queen meets young people from ‘New Gen' – a British Fashion Council initiative that supports emerging talent.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
The Queen tours the showrooms to view the displays and meet designers
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The Royal Family Feb 20
The Queen has arrived at London Fashion Week!
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The Royal Family Feb 20
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The Award, initiated in recognition of the role the fashion industry plays in society & diplomacy, will be awarded annually to an emerging British fashion designer who shows talent and originality, whilst demonstrating value to the community and/or sustainable policies.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Her Majesty The Queen is visiting London Fashion Week today to present the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
Thank you for such a warm welcome from your staff and members, and a fantastic visit.
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The Royal Family Feb 20
The Queen is presented with a commemorative charter outlining ’s commitments for the next 500 years. RCP President Jane Dacre suggested HM must be relieved that the medical profession has, ‘moved on from the days when Monarchs were treated with arsenic and bloodletting’
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The Royal Family Feb 20
plays an important role in improving patient care and shaping public health. As the professional membership body for physicians, the College has 34,000 members and fellows across the globe.
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