Brit Brief

Let’s get going on what our most famous royal family has been up to this week.

The Queen

I won’t even try to cover everything she did because she remains the busiest 92 year old on the planet. I’ll only hit highlights in these recaps. The highlight this week is orange, lots of orange, for a visit to a science museum. I am here for it. I particularly love the hat, and we all know where you can get more information on her brooch! Check out

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The House of Wales

Chuck and Cams know how to party, right? The duo got into the spirit for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration here, and Cams wore her special Irish robe. If you scroll through you’ll see what I wish she had worn instead!

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I am, however, quite digging the natty scarf and flower combo she sported while supporting World Book Day. I also think I might need to add a subsection of “Cams in Glasses”.

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The House of Cambridge

A very rainy day visit was on the docket for the Cambridge duo for their Blackpool trip, but they managed to maintain quite brilliantly sunny smiles despite marching from one event to another – they had three in total. Maybe it’s because they knew they looked good?

Yes, I am going to lead with a ponytail. Because this is a most excellent example of a ponytail, and it was a hairstyle that really held up to the weather.

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The coat is a repeat from SportMax, the smart little handbag from Manu Atelier, the dress under it all from MIchael Kors. Also, she gave us a good look at her Kiki earrings.

The House of Sussex

I found this photo of Harry to be most poignant. He is at his best at military events, I think. Here he unveiled a memorial to the victims of the Tunisian terrorist attacks of 2015. The information on the sculpture design is fascinating.

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Today, The Duke of Sussex was in Birmingham, where he unveiled a memorial to those affected by the two attacks in Tunisia in 2015. The Sousse and Bardo Memorial, made up of 31 individual streams, each one representing the British nationals who lost their lives — will be a place of remembrance, commemoration and reflection for families of those injured and killed in the terrorist attacks in Tunisia in 2015. Following the dedication ceremony, The Duke of Sussex met some of the families affected by the attacks at the Bardo Museum in March 2015 and in the resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse in June 2015. Later, His Royal Highness visited the Scar Free Foundation’s new centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital — which will support the creation of bespoke psychological interventions to help veterans and their families adjust to living with an altered appearance such as physical scarring or limb loss. The centre’s new study UNITS (Understanding Needs and Interventions for the Treatment of Scarring), will involve over 200 veterans from recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and aims to better understand and address the psychological needs of military personnel affected by appearance altering conflict wounds.

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Well, it’s not like you can’t find photos of these two elsewhere, but we definitely need to give them a nod here too. Here’s Harry speaking at WE Day. The royal rock stars had their own stage, and Harry pulled Meghan up for a bow.

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