Horse Cartoons by Jean Abernethy
When Fergus found his way to social media in 2012, it didn't take long for equestrians worldwide to fall in love with him. Now with four books, and over 300k followers, Fergus and his colourful herd of friends continue the fun. Fergus is written and illustrated by Jean Abernethy.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales gives a speech in Sir John Guise...
Prince Charles gives a speech in Sir John Guise Stadium during a cultural event on 4 Nov 2012 in Papua New Guinea.
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Prince Charles hands medals to Black Watch soldiers
The Battalion has been undertaking a Training and Mentoring role in Iraq, on an operation called Operation Shader, the operational code name given to the ongoing UK intervention against ISIS.
Emma Fitzpatrick on Instagram: “Guildhall Lane, Leicester during the summer. #uskleicester @uskleicester #urbansketching #inkntwig #artleicester…”
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Charles at 65: We're proud to be the first to say: Happy Birthday!
In 11 days' time, on November 14, the Prince of Wales will turn 65, at which point he becomes the oldest monarch-in-waiting in British history.
Prince Charles Photos Photos: The State Opening Of Parliament 2017
Prince Charles Photos - Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, listens as his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, makes a speech at the State Opening Of Parliament in the House of Lords on June 21, 2017 in London, England. This year saw a scaled-back State opening of Parliament Ceremony with the Queen arriving by car rather than carriage and not wearing the Imperial State Crown or the Robes of State. - The State Opening Of Parliament 2017
Unknown Person - The Prince of Wales wearing the Investiture coronet and robes
The photograph shows The Prince of Wales wearing the coronet and mantle, two of the five pieces of insignia used during the investiture ceremony. Both coronet and mantle were made for the 1969 ceremony. The Prince’s insignia also included the gold ring, rod and sword, which had formed part of the insignia in 1911 when the future King Edward VIII was invested as Prince of Wales.
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