The dress worn by Princess Beatrice at her wedding will go on public displayat Windsor Castle later this month.
The vintage gown, which was designed bySir Norman Hartnell, was loaned to the bride from her grandmother the Queen.The frock has quite the royal history, having been worn by the monarch manytimes, including at a State dinner in Rome in 1961, at the premiere ofLawrence Of Arabia in 1962 and for the State Opening of Parliament in 1966.
The Queen has returned to Windsor Castle after her stay at Sandringham, whilethe Duke of Edinburgh has remained on the Norfolk estate. Buckingham Palaceconfirmed the monarch, 94, has arrived at the Berkshire royal residence, whereshe retreated in March for her safety ahead of lockdown. Philip, 99, has spentmuch of his retirement so far at his cottage Wood Farm in the sanctuary of theSandringham estate.
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Rome's Fiumicino airport will run COVID-tested flights to and from the United States operated by Delta Air Lines and Alitalia, it said on Thursday, adding it will be the first airport in Europe to offer the service on transatlantic flights. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.
Exhibition goes on show at Windsor Castle of Princess Beatrice's weddingoutfit, loaned to her by the Queen for the nuptials in July. It features thetaffeta gown designed by Sir Norman Hartnell in the..
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