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Jul 30, 2015

How Much Do You Actually Know About The British Royal Family?

Will you make the Queen proud?

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    Henry Charles Albert David.

    "Prince Harry" is only an informal name. His full name is Henry Charles Albert David, and his full title is His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales.

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    The Queen speaks fluent French. She often uses the language for special occasions and events such as state visits.

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    22nd July 2013.

    Prince George was born on 22nd July 2013 at 4.24pm in London’s St Mary's Hospital. He is third in line to the throne.

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    129 Portraits.

    The Queen has sat for 129 portraits during her reign.

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    775 rooms.

    Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, including 19 State rooms, 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms.

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    A Christmas Pudding.

    This Queen has given roughly 78,000 Christmas puddings to her staff, continuing the custom of King George V and King George VI.

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    Cindy Crawford.

    Thirteen-year-old Prince William let slip to his mother, Diana Princess of Wales, that he had a crush on Cindy Crawford. She then arranged for Crawford to meet him at the palace.

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    Art History

    Kate Middleton graduated from St Andrews with an art history degree.

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    According to a study conducted by Vogue magazine, 29% of the Queen’s coats, dresses, suits and hats have been predominantly blue.

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    Kate Middleton had four bridesmaids: Lady Louise Windsor, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Grace van Cutsem, and Eliza Lopes.

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    "Sausage and "Cabbage".

    The Duke of Edinburgh calls the Queen by the pet names “Sausage” and “Cabbage”.

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    St Edward's Crown was last used to crown Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. The crown is made of gold and decorated with precious and semi-precious stones, including citrines, amethysts, topazes, and tourmalines.

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