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Queen Elizabeth Has A New Special Friend

Following the death of her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, on April 9, Queen Elizabeth also lost one of her precious 5-month-old Puppies named Fergus. After the death of Prince Philip, the Queen reportedly kept up her spirits by spending time with her family and by walking her dogs. The dog was one of two puppies gifted to the monarch earlier this year (the other one is named Muick).
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New Corgi Alert! Queen Elizabeth Just Added a Four-Legged Member to the Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth just added another member to the royal family. (And no, we’re not talking about her newest great-granddaughter, Lilibet “Lili” Diana.) According to The Sun, the 95-year-old monarch received a 6-week-old corgi as a gift from her son, Prince Andrew, and her granddaughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. The pet joined the family on what would have been Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.
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Joe Biden gets 'A' for G7 summit, visit with Queen Elizabeth

Unlike his predecessor's first trip to Europe, thus far, President Joe Biden's performance and preparation deserve an "A." Of course the main event is today with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But as long as that meeting does not repeat the Baked Alaska summit with China in Anchorage, Alaska, it may be hailed as a success.
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We decoded the royal baby traditions from Queen Elizabeth to Lilibet Diana

Royal babies are born rich and famous and many special customs mark their births and childhoods. Typically, the royal births are announced on an easel outside Buckingham Palace, followed by gun salutes. Other traditions include wrapping the newborns in a merino wool blanket and using a pram by "Silver Cross."
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Royals Report: Bidens meet Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle

President Biden became the 13th U.S. president to meet Queen Elizabeth. First lady Jill Biden also attended the private affair at Windsor Castle after the G-7 summit. BBC News royal correspondent Sarah Campbell joined "CBSN AM" from London with the details.
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The Celebrity Queen Elizabeth Was Thrilled To Meet

Queen Elizabeth has met thousands of people during her nearly-70 year reign on the throne — like United States presidents, singers like Elton John and One Direction, iconic actors such as Marilyn Monroe and Ava Gardiner, and even members of the general public. Meeting the queen is no easy task,...
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Late night hosts crack old-man jokes about Biden's meeting with Queen Elizabeth

"President Biden is still on his European tour, and this weekend he and the first lady met with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle," Jimmy Fallon said on Monday's Tonight Show. Afterward, Biden said the queen reminds him of his mother, so "I'm pretty sure that will be Biden's last meeting with the queen," he said. "I don't care who you are, no one wants to hear that they remind you of your mother. Something tells me Biden would not do well on Tinder." Fallon imagined Biden old-school rambling to NATO leaders.
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Queen Elizabeth will no longer tolerate Prince Harry’s antics

Recently, Prince Harry made another hysterical scandal and now threatens the BBC channel with a court. The thing is that the Duke of Sussex wanted to look like a “big boy” in the eyes of the public. The BBC spread the news that Harry asked Elizabeth II for permission to...
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Queen Elizabeth gets a new corgi puppy from Prince Andrew

There’s no better way to lift the Queen’s spirits than with a puppy. The famed corgi lover received a 6-week old pooch this week from her middle son, Prince Andrew, and his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, according to The Sun. “The Queen has had a rough time and...
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In photos: Biden meets Queen Elizabeth

President Biden and the first lady met on Sunday with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle. Driving the news: The Bidens were greeted by the Queen's Guard of Honor and then retired to a private tea within the castle. Biden spoke warmly about their meeting, saying the queen "reminded him of his mother" and that she was "very gracious," according to pool reports.
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Racing 'fanatic' Queen Elizabeth has Royal Ascot in her sights

Racing "fanatic" Queen Elizabeth II could attend Royal Ascot this week even though there will be no traditional carriage procession should the British monarch make an appearance. The 95-year-old sovereign has several runners during the five-day meeting, beginning with King's Lynn in Tuesday's King's Stand Stakes. The queen's racing manager,...
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Biden says: Queen Elizabeth reminded me of my mother

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden said Britain’s Queen Elizabeth reminded him of his mother and that she had asked about Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin. After tea with the 95-year-old British monarch at Windsor Castle, Biden told reporters: “I don’t think she’d be insulted...