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A selection of messages will be passed onto members of the Royal Family, and may be held in the Royal Archives for posterity.
The Duchess of Cambridge announces the Maternal Mental Health Alliance as a new patronage
Your performances have lifted the nation and your triumphs been celebrated by us all.The Queen's message to British and Commonwealth athletes following the 2020 Paralympic Games
Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh go léirA message from Her Majesty The Queen to the President of Ireland, His Excellency Michael D Higgins
70 'Did you know?' facts to celebrate Her Royal Highness's landmark birthday.
From the bottom of my heart I thank my Peoples for all they have done, not only for themselves but for mankind.A speech by King George VI on VJ Day
May the memory of their sacrifice and bravery remain with us always.A message from Her Majesty The Queen on the 75th anniversary of VJ day
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Because of the nature of your work, it is without public recognition, so it is on behalf of the country that I say to you all, thank you.The Queen's remarks during her visit to MI5
Published 20 February 2020
Published 21 September 2019
My commitment to them is that I shall also raise my own voice and continue to seek ways of ending the stigma they live with, push for opportunities for justice and encourage people in positions of influence to engage in offering better support.A speech by The Countess of Wessex in Kosovo
Every life lost and every life-changing accident is one too many. And that is why you are all gathered here today. To raise awareness of these dangers, and to work together to prevent them.A speech delivered by The Duke of Cambridge at the launch of a new River Thames safety campaign
After nearly five years of toil and suffering, we must renew that crusading impulse on which we entered the war and met its darkest hour.King George VI's speech on D-Day
It is perhaps worth reflecting that at the heart of the word “Parliament” lies its original meaning: a place to talk. I have no doubt that for most of these last twenty years this striking chamber has provided exactly that, a place to talk.Her Majesty The Queen's Scottish Parliament Speech
It has taken a lot of hard work – and real commitment – to get to the point where you are all sitting here together today. And we should all feel proud that we’re starting to see an impact.A speech delivered by The Duke of Cambridge at a United for Wildlife Joint Taskforce meeting
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex undertake a Royal visit to Pakistan
1 December 2018
15 January 2019
Coming to Tonga I feel very much as though I am coming to visit an extended family.A speech by The Duke of Sussex at a Formal Banquet hosted by His Majesty King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u
5 December 2018
23 August 2018