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Her Majesty The Queen

This official site offers information about the Royal family and the monarchy system. It lists biographies on members of the royal court and family members who perform official duties, Royal Residences, Royal events and ceremonies,  and gives a history of
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This official site offers information about the Royal family and the monarchy system. It lists biographies on members of the royal court and family members who perform official duties, Royal Residences, Royal events and ceremonies, and gives a history of the monarchy system through the ages.

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