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Topic - camilla
Prince Charles reflected on Canada's contribution to World War II as he and his wife Camilla were greeted by hundreds of people Monday in Halifax on the first full day of a short visit to Canada.
The Prince of Wales and his wife, Camilla, are "utterly devastated" by the death of her brother, who fell outside a Manhattan hotel bar and suffered a head injury, British royal officials said.
The brother-in-law of the Prince of Wales died Wednesday after falling outside a hotel bar and suffering a head injury, police said.
Nine-year-old Apryl Chesshir's thick, brown hair once cascaded down her back and past her hips, touching the middle of her thighs.
Elton John sang "I'm Still Standing," Stevie Wonder crooned "Isn't She Lovely," and Paul McCartney sent "All My Loving" as musical royalty celebrated Queen Elizabeth II's 60-year reign with a concert outside Buckingham Palace on Monday. But the joy was tempered by news that the queen's husband, Prince Philip, had been hospitalized with a bladder infection.
On a luxury barge festooned with flowers, Queen Elizabeth II sailed down the River Thames on Sunday amid a motley but majestic flotilla of 1,000 vessels, mustered to mark her 60 years on the British throne.
If this king thing doesn't work out, Prince Charles may be able to fall back on a budding career as a weather man.
Angelina Jolie said Monday that she hopes her directorial debut "In the Land of Blood and Honey" will provoke a wider discussion about rape - something the International Criminal Court's prosecutor said could be extremely valuable in helping bring perpetrators to justice.
Queen Elizabeth II has a new sidekick for royal events: The Duchess of Cambridge.
It was a wrong-place, wrong-time brush with danger: Protesting students _ some chanting "Off with their heads!" _ attacked Prince Charles and his wife Camilla as they rode in their vintage Rolls-Royce to a charity event at a London theater.
She loved her hair, often refusing to get haircuts even when it got in her way, her mother Camilla said.
"I am so proud of her," Camilla told the Kokomo Tribune (http://bit.ly/1eah4Hn ). "A couple of years ago it took me a couple of weeks just to get her to let me cut the dead ends off."