Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Day 11 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

Sadly today is the last day of our Royal Wedding Review. Day 11 looks at the Cambridges 2-5th year of marriage. It was very hard to pair 4 years down to our normal 25-30 mins aday, so this is a little longer. (Only about a hour longer!) Obviously this is not everything, but we tried to collect the iconic, important and forgotten moments of these years.

Media reception ahead of Queen's Diamond Jubilee (3 mins)

Visit to Fortnum and Mason with the Queen & Camilla (1 min)

Catherine visits Great Britian Olympic team (2 mins)

William becomes Knight of the Thistle 
(3 mins)

Royals Sue Over Topless Photos (3 mins)

Catherine's 1st Overseas Speech (3 mins)

Catherine in Hospital with Hyperemesis Gravidarum (2 mins)

Nurse Commits Suicide after Prank Call (3 mins)


William and Harry open Help for Heroes Recovery Centre (3 mins)

Catherine Video for Children's Hospice Week (2 min)

Catherine Godmother to Cruise Ship (1 min)

Birth of Prince George (1 min)

William Retires from Military (2 mins)

William's 1st Investiture (3 mins)

United for Wildlife Launched (3 mins)

Prince George NZ Play Date (3 mins)

100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of WWI (3 mins)

Visit to Bletchley Park (2 mins)

Poppy Display at the Tower of London (2 mins)

William's Tour of Malta (2 mins)

Trip to NYC (4 mins)

William Tour of Japan (2 mins)

William Tour of China (1 min)

William finishes training and starts as Ambulance Helicopter Pilot (5 mins)

Princess Charlotte's Christening (2 mins)

America's Cup  (1 min)

Catherine at Place2Be conference (4 mins)

1st State Banquet (4 mins)

George 1st Day of School (2 Mins)

Tour of India (2 Mins)

Tour of Bhutan  (1 Min)

Heads Together (2 Mins)

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Day 10 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

Today we will be looking at William and Catherine's first year of Marriage!

Tour of Canada (2 mins)

Canada Day + Speech (4 mins)

UNICEF Denmark (4 mins)

Royal Baby Rumors (2 mins)

Catherine takes on her 1st Patronages (4 mins)

William in the Falklands for RAF (4 mins)

Catherine's 1st solo Engagement (2 mins)

Valentines Day (1 min)

St. Patricks Day Parade (2 mins)

Catherine's 1st Speech (8 mins)

Attend Premiere of "African Cats"(1 min)

1st Anniversary (2 mins)

Sneak Peak of Day 11: Tomorrow we will look at The Cambridge's 2nd-5th year of marriage. Which will be the end of our Royal Wedding Review.

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Monday, 25 April 2016

Day 9 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

Day we will be looking at what happened after all the royal wedding celebrations.

Walking to Helicopter (1 min)

Middleton's leave Goring Hotel (2 mins)

Hair (2 Mins)

Twitter  (4 Mins)

Royal Wedding Fund  (7 Mins)

Duchess of York Not Invited (2 Mins)

 On Beatrices and Eugenie's Hats (3 Mins)

Pippa and Harry Dating? (2 Mins)

Queen and Catherine View Wedding Exhibit (4 Mins)

Meet Obamas after honeymoon (1 Min)

    William and Catherine's Life in Anglesey (2 mins)

    First Official Engagement: ARK GALA (1 Min)

    Sneak Peak of Day 10: Tomorrow we will look at The Cambridge's 1st year of marriage.

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    Sunday, 24 April 2016

    Day 8 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    This weekend we looked back at the actual ceremony. Today we focus on what happens after the ceremony. 

    Cartwheel (1 min) 

    Royal Wedding Route (4 mins)

    William and Catherine (8 mins)

    Royal Family (2 mins)

    Balcony (6 mins)

    Earl of Spencer comments on wedding (1 min)
    See 0:48

    Bouquet on Toumb of Unknown Solider  (1 min)

    Drive to Clarence House (3 mins)

    Leave Clarence House for Reception (1 Min)
    Can you spot a certain then Press Secretary, now Private Secretary in background?

    Wedding Reception + Baby Photos of William (5 mins)

    Pippa Middleton heading back to Goring Hotel  (1 min)

    Sneak Peek at  9: Tomorrow we will continues on with aftermath of the Royal Wedding.

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    The Royal Foundation of The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge

    The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Charity #: 1132048) was founded in 2009 by Prince William & Prince Harry. Duchess Kate was added as a Patron in 2011. But the official name change wasn't until the following year. Duchess Meghan was added in 2018.

    In 2019, Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan split off and form their own foundation. 


    • The Royal Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry 
      • (2009-2012)
    • The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry
      • (2012-2018)
    • The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
      • (2018-2019)
    • The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 
      • (2019 - Present)
    The Royal Foundation gives grants, mentoring, support and partnerships to programs and projects it chooses, with 5 areas of focus: 

    • Young People
    • Service
      • Previously called "Armed Forces"
    • Conservation
    • Mental Health
      • (Added 2016)
    • Early Years 
      • (Added 2018)
    • Community Empowerment  (Removed 2019)
      • (Added 2018)
      • Previously called "Women & Girls"
    The foundation is funded mainly through private donation. William and Kate host a number of private events each year for donors, from receptions at Kensington Palaces' Orangery to charity cricket matches. These events are often private and not always mentioned in the Court Circular.

    Some notable programs the Royal Foundation has helped fund are:

    Endeavor Fund (2012)

    The Endeavor Fund was created in 2012 by the Royal Foundation to support the recovery of wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women. The Endeavor Fund offers funding for projects that use physical challenges as part of recovery. They have supported projects with:
    • Walking With The Wounded
    • Row2Recovery
    • Help for Heroes
    • etc. 
    Core Coach (April 2013)

    Core Coach was created in 2013 by the Royal Foundation. Coach Core is a training program for young people, in disadvantaged areas, to teach them how to be Sports coaches. This gives these young people an employable skill, as well as provides these disadvantaged areas with more quality coaches for youth sports programs.  Core Coach works with a variety of sports. 

    M-Pact Plus (2013)

    M-Pact (Moving Parents and Children Together) was created by Action on Addiction. The program works with parents with substance abuse and their children to provide family support. Children, who parent abuse substances, are 7 times more likely to develop problems of their own (Social, Mental, Substance, etc).

    M-Pact Plus is a collaboration with Action on Addiction and Place2Be. It is a school-based project, which runs 8 weeks group sessions for the family to tackle substance misuse's effect on the family.  M-Pact Plus is funded by the Royal Foundation and Comic Relief. 

    United for Wildlife (September 2013)

    United for Wildlife is an umbrella organization created by the Foundation in 2013. United for Wildlife consists of the Foundation & seven influential international conservation organizations:
    • Conservation International
    • Fauna & Flora International
    • International Union for Conservation of Nature
    • The Nature Conservancy
    • Wildlife Conservation Society
    • World Wildlife Fund
    • Zoological Society of London
    United for Wildlife is committed to reducing the demand for illegal wildlife products. The organization works with law enforcement and the private sector to reduce trafficking. Also well as engaging with young people on the topic of conservation. United for Wildlife also strives for better on-site protection for wildlife.

    Heads Together (April 2016)

    Heads Together is a Mental Health campaign started by the Royal Foundation in 2016. It brings together 7 mental health organizations in the UK:
    • Best Beginnings
    • CALM
    • Contact
    • Mind
    • Place 2 Be
    • The Mix
    • Young Minds
    Heads Together works to reduce stigma and change the conversation about mental health.

    The Royal Foundation Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying (2016) 

    This task force brings together various people in the industry to look at online bullying of young people, focusing on 12-14 year olds.

    Hubb Community Kitchen (2018)

    The Hubb Community Kitchen is a communal kitchen at the Al Manaar Centre in West London. In 2018, a charity cookbook, Together: Our Community Kitchen, was published to raise funds to renovate the kitchen and allow it to stay open 7-day a week. 

    The Royal Foundation should not be confused with The Charities Forum. The Charities Forum is made up of William, Kate, Harry & Meghan's different charities, to foster collaboration and support between them. The Charities Forum does not provide financial support to these charities. 

    Saturday, 23 April 2016

    Princess Eugenie's Birthday Reply (2016)

    Not much to say here. Birthday Reply from Princess Eugenie of York.
    It's the usual reply from the Duke of York's office and look almost exactly like Princess Eugenie's birthday reply from last year. That was written on a half sheet, while this was written on a full sheet of paper.

    The letter is dated a week before the letter was post marked. This is quite usual for Andrew's office.  But a month response time is really good.

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    Friday, 22 April 2016

    Day 6 & 7 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    This weekend we look at the Wedding Ceremony. We thought the best way to experience it was to watch the full thing, unbroken. We have also included a clip from Green Park of Londoners watching the ceremony live. 

    Full Ceremony (1 Hour 10 mins)

    Green Park (2 mins)

    Sneak Peek at Day 8: Monday we will look at the carriage procession after the wedding to Buckingham Palace, along with the Balcony and Reception.

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    Thursday, 21 April 2016

    Day 5 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    Today we are looking at the Royal Wedding guest, who was invited, who was not, and or course watching them arrive. 

    Who was snubbed (4 mins)

    Bucklebury (2 mins)

    Royal Wedding Controversy (4mins)

    Guests (2 mins)

    Hats (1 min)

    William & Harry (7 mins)

    Royal Family (1  min)

    Bridesmaids and Pageboys  (1 min)

    William and Harry chat with Spencer Family (1 min)

    Catherine (8 mins)

    Discussion: Did you have a favorite Royal Wedding Guest? Who were some of the best dressed, and who could have used a little friendly guidance?
    (Post your thoughts in the comment section below).

    Sneak Peak at Day 6: This weekend we finally get to the Actual Wedding Ceremony!

    Wednesday, 20 April 2016

    Day 4 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    I know your excited about re-watching the Royal Wedding. Don't worry! We will get to the ceremony this weekend in a combined Day 6 & 7. But Today, we are looking at the Day before (April 28th, 2011). 

    Last Minute Rehearsal at Westminster Abbey  (3 mins)

    Middleton's Arrive at Goring Hotel (2 mins)

    Prince William Royal Walkabout Before Wedding (2 mins)

    Royal Fans (2 mins)

    T-Mobile Ad (2 mins)

    Celebration Song (2 mins)

    Pre-Royal Wedding Reception at Mandarin Oriental  (5 mins)

    Royal Wedding Parties Around the World (2 mins)

    Interview with Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia  (8 mins)

    Discussion: Happy 90th Birthday Queen Elizabeth!!  What impact did this marriage have on the Monarchy? Do you think the Queen was relieved to finally see Prince William marry?
    (Post your thoughts in the comment section below).

    Sneak Peak at Day 5: Tomorrow, We look at Morning of, Guests, and Arrivals at Westminster Abbey. 

    Tuesday, 19 April 2016

    Day 3 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    Day 2 looked at the various reactions to the engagement news. Today we will focus on Wedding Preparations. 

    Royal Mew (3 mins)

    Royal Wedding Cake (3 mins)

    Groom's Cake (1 min)

    Buckingham Palace Staff (4 mins)

    Chapel Royal Choir (2 mins)

    Duchess Catherine's Dress (5 mins)

    Prince of Wales's Harpist (3 mins)

    Flowers (3 mins)

    Royal Stamp (2 mins)

    Catherine and Camila Do Lunch (1 min)

    Discussion: How did you prepare for the Royal Wedding?
    Did you do anything special to celebrate?
    (Post your thoughts in the comment section below).

    Sneak Peak at Day 4: Tomorrow, we move a little closer to the actual ceremony and look at the day before the Wedding!

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    Also Congratulations to Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia on the birth of their first child today, a healthy baby boy!

    Congratulations to Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia on the birth of their 1st child.

    A New Little Prince was born today in Sweden!!!

    HRH Prince Alexander was born Tuesday, April 19th at 6:25 PM. Weighing 3595 gram (Approx. 8 pounds) and 49 cm long. (Approx. 19 inches) The Prince is 5th in line to the Swedish Throne. Both mother and baby are doing well.

    Tuesday 19th
    • Birth of Prince at Danderyd hospital in Stockholm
      • 6:25PM
    •  Prince Carl Philip press conference at hospital 
      • 9:38 PM 
    Wednesday 20th
    • Cannon Fire to mark the Birth 
      • Noon
      • 21 gun salute from Skeppsholmen saluting station as well as from Boden, Härnösand, Karlskrona and Göteborg.
    Thursday 21st
    •  King Carl Gustaf hold Cabinet meeting, with Princess Victoria
      • 11:15 AM
      • Announce the name and baby's title
        • Prince Alexander Erik Hubertus Bertil, Duke of Södermanland
    Friday 22nd
    • Te Deum Service at at Royal Palace Chapel
      • 12:00 PM
      • Attended by Royal Family
        • King, Queen, Victoria, Daniel and Carl Philip confirmed. 
    • Congratulatory lists at the Royal Palace
      • 1-4 PM 
      • Well-wisher can sign list to send their congratulations to the couple
    Monday 25th

    If you are as excited about the news as us, you probably want to send Carl Philip and Sofia a letter or card to congratulate them on their baby. The address is:

    TRH Prince Couple
    Kungl. Slottet
    SE-107 70  Stockholm

    What to expect in reply? Will they reply?

    Who really knows when it comes to the Swedish Royal Family. Sometimes they send out replies, sometimes they don't. They do always release a statement online saying how deeply touched they were for all the well-wishes.

    You can find the two replies I have gotten from the Swedish Royal Family here.

    Monday, 18 April 2016

    Day 2 - Cambridge Royal Wedding Review

    On 16th November 2010, Clarence House announced Prince William's engagement to Catherine Middleton! Day One focused on the Engagement announcement. Today, we will look at the various reactions to the news.

    Michael and Carole Middleton  (2 mins) (Pardon the video title)

    PM David Cameron  (2 min)

    Prince Charles  (1 min)

      Princess Anne  (1 min)

      Afghanistan Troops (2 mins)

      India (1 min)

      Canada (1 min)

      Australian Prime Minister (Julia Gillard) & Leader of the Opposition (Tony Abbott) (3 min)

      First Official Engagement  (1 min)

      Royal Mint (2 mins)

      Lunch with the Queen (2 mins)

      Last Engagement Before Wedding (1 min)

      Royal Parks  (3 mins)

      International Space Station Expedition 27 crew (1 min)

      Discussion:  Do you think Catherine (& William) was prepared for all the global interest surrounding their engagement and wedding? Do you think the world is more interesting in the Cambridges today, or when they got engaged? (Post your thoughts in the comment section below).

      Sneak Peak at Day 3: Tomorrow, we move a little closer to the actual ceremony and look at Wedding Preparations.

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      Friday, 8 April 2016

      Prince Albert Birthday Reply (2016)

      So we played a little game today, where I asked you on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to guess (1) who the reply was from and (2) what I wrote for before I made this post.

      Our friend @LcrTrc of The Royal Courts/ Les Cour Royales blog was the first to guess correctly!

      This reply is of course from Prince Albert of Monaco. I had written for his Birthday in March.

      The envelope looks exactly like you would expect from Monaco.

      What got me really excited was the stamp.  Not just because I love Monaco's stamps, but because I mentioned the Lillehammer Youth Olympics in my letter to Prince Albert. So it was a lovely touch they used the Lillehammer stamp on the envelope. The stamp is from February, which is pretty recent. Monaco's stamps on replies aren't always that recent. So, I would like to think this stamp was used because I mentioned the Games in my letter.

      Even though Monaco has zero Olympics medals and only 1 Youth Olympic medal, Prince Albert has always proudly supported and encouraged Monaco's athletes. Prince Albert flew to Norway in February to watch Monaco's one athlete competeing in the Youth Olympic Games. And we, of course, expect to see him at the Rio Olympics this summer. (I'm thinking it will be unlikely Charlene and the twins, Gabriella and Jacques will join him. But you never know.) Currently, Monaco does not have any Athletes qualified for the Rio Olympics. But there is still time, and they haven't missed a Game since 1980.

      Monaco is usually very predictable when it comes to sending replies. They usually send pre-made cards, DL sized (i.e. size of a normal envelope), on very nice quality paper, and with the message in English & French. The reply will have the Royals' monogram (either engraved or embossed) and their signature printed on.

      This reply is a little different than usual. It doesn't look "pre-made," like they special ordered it from the paper company. My guess is they ran out of time to special order a reply for Albert's birthday, and decided to just make their own using blank monogrammed cards and their office printer.

      I'm not saying this card was specially printed for me, but it's not their usual "pre-made" ahead of time type of reply. This looks like it was done last minute.

      It is pretty standard to have blank cards you can print a message on. Sometimes the pre-made card you have isn't an appropriate response for what they received. Other Royals, like William, Catherine and Harry, do the same thing. Usually the more personal cards are send to schools or organizations. They don't want to just say thank "You," they want to thank the organization by name. So a blank card allows them to personalise the message.

      I'm thinking here, they just ran out of time or possibly ran out of the "pre-made" replies.

      The reason this doesn't look pre-made is the font, the message, the signature, and the paper.
      • The font isn't what we usually see for pre-made Monaco's replies. The pre-made replies usually have a font that is a little more fancy. And since you are ordering from the paper company you can do things a normal office printer can't, like emboss and engrave the message. I have seen this font used in a letter from Monaco. So, again pointed to this being something they just printed out in their office. 
      • Monaco's messages are usually a little longer, and not so direct. Their pre-made replies are always written in both French and English (with Monégasque occasionally). French is their official language, so we would never see a pre-made reply in just English. However if they are making a reply to a person who speaks English, that would explain why there was no French message. 
      • Pre-made replies have the signature printed on, by the computer, when the message is printed.  This signature was written in pen. (It is the same signature we've seen before, so this has obviously been auto-penned). If you were pre-making a reply you would just have the signature printed on, so you don't have a 2nd step of auto-penning everything.  
      • They always use really nice paper, which they did this time as well. But what is unusual is that the envelope and card match. A lot of times the pre-made replies have different cards and envelopes because the cards are special made and the envelope are their every day ones. The fact that both are on the same everyday paper, opposed to the card on a more special paper definitely makes me think this was not pre-made. 
        • You can't tell from the picture, but the paper is gorgeous.  It is a very lovely cream color, it has a nice weight to it and it is laid paper so it has this nice texture. (Laid paper has these lines in it from how the paper is manufactured.)
      But at the end of the day, it is still a lovely card. And it is certainly nice to have a auto-penned signature, opposed to printed on. 

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      Saturday, 2 April 2016

      Write to Queen Elizabeth for her 90th Birthday

      The Queen absolutely loves to get letters and cards from the public! While she can't personally read them all, her Ladies-in-Waiting collect a variety of responses for the Queen to look at. All of the letters are read and answered by someone at Buckingham Palace, quite often one of the Queen's Ladies-in-Waiting. 

      You can either type or hand write your letter or card. You don't need to write something long and elaborate. A few carefully chosen words or lines can go a long way. The best letters and cards are always the most personal ones, so include a few specific details or examples. 

      Instead of just saying "I really admire the work You and the Royal Family do."

      Give some detail, "I really admire the work You and the Royal Family do, especially for the armed forces. My father was a .../Prince Harry's work with the Invictus Games.../etc."

      This creates a much more interesting, personal letter. Also feel free to include in your letter a poem, drawing, newspaper clipping, etc.

      If you prefer to send a pre-made card, be sure to write a little note inside yourself. 

      The Address: 

      HM Queen Elizabeth 
      Buckingham Palace
      London SW1A 1AA

      When to write?
      The Queen's 90th Birthday is celebrated over a number of months this year. I personally am going to send my letter or card in April for her actual birthday. But you can write anytime during the celebrations. It will likely be the same/ similar response regardless of when you write.

      If your not sure if you want to write in April for her actual birthday, or in June for her official birthday. Remember her husband, Prince Philip's 95th birthday is in June. So you can write now in April for the Queen's birthday and then in June for Philip's. And in your June letter to Philip sum up your thoughts and feelings on the birthday celebrations since April. 

      What to write about?
      • Some event in her 90 years that was particularly meaningful to you
        • or cause, royal tour, etc.
      • What you are excited for in 2016
      • How you plan on celebrate her 90th
      • What the Monarchy, or Commonwealth means to you
      • How has the Queen has inspired you
      • What you admire about the royal family
      • etc.

      If you need a little more help on what to write about, check out our guide from last year for the Queen' Longest Reign. A number of you found it really helpful.

      For More Basic Information of Writing to the Royals

      What to Expect?
      The Queen's office responses with a letter. For big events, the Queen's offices replies with form letters. This is a letter that is sent out to everyone who write. They all look the same and are not personalized. For example:

      Her office simply doesn't have the time to send out personalized letter to each individual for big occasions like this. Form letters ensure everyone gets a reply. 

      Some letters will be replied to personally by the Queen's Ladies-in-Waitings. These are often letter from important groups, schools, instances where the form letter would not be an appropriate reply, or they feel the letter deserves a more personal response. 

      Some examples of personalizes letters are: 

      Friday, 1 April 2016

      April Q&A (2016)

      As Always, Post your Royal Questions & I will get to them as soon as possible. 

      FYI: We are now on Facebook and and Instagram, be sure to follow us!

      Question 1: Are there any guests from other royal families invited to Queen Elizabeth's birthday? Who will attend to the celebration in your opinion? 

      Answer: The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations span over many months, with a bunch of different events.  You can find everything we know so far about the Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations here. With a break down as to who will attend the different events.

      The Queen's whole family will be participating in the celebrations at different times. Don't read anything to someone not attending a certain event.

      Currently there aren't any big events planned for Foreign Royals to attend. I don't think we will see any big birthday dinner with foreign royals, like other foreign monarchs have done for their milestone birthdays. (The Queen's didn't doing anything like that for her 80th, either.)

      We will see a lot of foreign royal families sending the Queen good wishes for her birthday.

      Question 2: What is Prince Harry doing? And where he is? 

      Answer: Prince Harry just go back a few days ago from Nepal. After his Royal Tour, he stayed in the country for a few extra days to work with Team Rubicon UK on an earthquake relief project.

      He is back in the UK now. He is probably prepping for his visit to Canada and the Invictus Games in USA next month.

      His first engagement this month will be on Wednesday, the 6th. He will attend the unveiling of the UK 2016 Invictus Games team at Buckingham Palace. For more upcoming engagements for Prince Harry. 

      Question 3: Are you going to send a Birthday Card to King Philippe of Belgium? 

      Answer: Yes. 

      Question 3a: Is it appropriate to mention the brussels attack in my letter? 

      Answer: Yes. It is completely appropriate to mention. It think King Philippe would love to hear about your support for Belgium after these attacks, and to know that the country is in your thoughts.

      Question 4: If I want to send Princess Charlotte a Birthday Card, should I address it to her or her parents? 

      Answer: Great Question. When writing for children's birthdays, christenings, etc, address it to who ever you are really writing to. A letter/card to a child is going to be different than for an adult.

      Since Princess Charlotte is a baby who can't read, unless your card is a picture or something she can chew on, you're really writing to her parents. They are also the ones sending the Thank You card. So you should address your letter to them.

      When Charlotte get's older and you are actually writing to Charlotte, you can address it to her.

      The address for the Cambridges is:

      Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
      Clarence House
      London SW1A 1BA
      United Kingdom

      Question 5: Did Zara Phillips ever attend any of the Buckingham Palace Garden Parties? 

      Answer:  No, I don't believe Zara ever has.

      Question 6: Which members of other royal families has Prince Harry met?

      Answer: I think at this point Harry had meet members from almost every royal family, and certainly all the major ones.  I didn't go into the defunct monarchies, obscure ones, or extended royal families.

      Harry meet a lot of royals at things like weddings (e.g. William and Catherine), funerals (e.g. Queen Mum),  2012 Olympics, Queen's various Jubilee celebrations, trips abroad, royal visits to UK, etc.

      Not a complete list, and I'm not 100% sure on all the children on the list, but they are mentioned as Harry had occasion to meet them.

      • King & Queen, King Albert
      • King
      • Queen, Henrik, Frederik, Mary, Christian, Isabella
      • King
      • Grand Duke and Grand Duchess
      •  Prince Hans-Adam II
      • Albert & Charlene
      • King, Queen, Princess Beatrix, Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Alexia, Princess Ariane
      • King and Queen, Crown Prince & Crown Princess, Princess Ingrid & Prince Sverre Magnus 
      •  King, Queen, King Carlos, & Queen Sofia
      • King, Queen, Victoria, Daniel, Carl Philip

      If you have any specific question, about Harry meeting someone on the list or not on the list, feel free to ask.