Zara Tindall banned from driving for six months
Zara Tindall has been banned from driving for six months after being caught speeding. Princess Anne's daughter was caught travelling at 91mph (146kmh) in her Land Rover near her Gloucestershire home on 6 November 2019, the BBC reports.Zara, the Queen's eldest grandchild, already had nine demerit points on her licence for other driving offences.© Getty The royal has been banned from driving for six months. The royal pleaded guilty through her lawyer Barry Warburton to driving in excess of 70mph (112kmh) on the A417 near Cirencester on November 6.
Camilla presents her sister-in-law, Princess Anne , with an honourary degree. Known as the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, Camilla awarded the Princess Royal an honourary degree of Doctor of Laws for her charity work and contribution to sport.
Royal reunion: Camilla and Princess Anne show rare sign of unity - ‘no talk of rivalry'. PRINCESS ANNE was awarded an honorary degree today for her contributions to charity But the degree was made all the more special when it was presented to her by her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.
One of the great blessings that comes with being a member of the royal family is the ability to work with your own brood while you're officially on duty during the working day.
And it was truly a family affair for two senior members of The Firm this week, as Duchess Camilla presented her sister-in-law Princess Anne with a special award in Scotland on Wednesday.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who is known as the Duchess of Rothesay while in Scotland, awarded Anne an honorary degree in her role as the University of Aberdeen's chancellor.
The princess who had her royal title stripped when she branched out to earn money
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to "step back as 'senior' members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent" could have implications on the way they use their royal titles. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the move on their Instagram account while affirming their commitment to "continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen".Currently, there are no plans for Prince Harry and Meghan to lose their status as Their Royal Highnesses.
Image caption The Princess Royal was conferred with the degree by Camilla in her role as university chancellor. Princess Anne has received an honorary degree from the Duchess of Rothesay at the University of Aberdeen. A special award was also being presented to the Denis Law Legacy Trust
PRINCESS ANNE and Camilla , Duchess of Cornwall appeared together in a rare joint engagement today – but the Queen’s only Instead, both women appeared at an engagement at the University of Aberdeen today, where Camilla as Duchess of Rothesay presented Anne with an honorary degree.
The 72-year-old Duchess became the university's chancellor in 2013.
Princess Anne was nominated by the university for the honour in recognition of her charity work. She is patron of Save the Children, and is involved with many other organisations, including The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, which she founded herself in 1991.
Princess Mary says she's 'proud' of her 'Australian heritage' in heartfelt letter to bushfire victims
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark said she was "proud" of her Australian heritage in a letter of support to the victims of the bushfire crisis gripping much of the country. Mary, who was born in Tasmania, expressed her "heartfelt condolences" and "deepest sympathy" to families who had lost their homes.
Princess Anne is being honoured in recognition of her extensive charity work. Camilla , known as Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, is chancellor of The Duchess of Cornwall presented her sister-in-law Princess Anne with an honorary degree at the University of Aberdeen today - while the 'Megxit'
CAMILLA , Duchess of Cornwall, attended a rare and touching engagement alongside her sister-in-law Princess Anne today. The Princess Royal will kick-start the day with a visit at the Metropolitan Police Service Special Escort Group. Later, she will attend a luncheon at the Royal Yachting
Camilla looked on proudly and applauded Anne, as she donned a set of official red robes given to recipients of honorary degrees, and later gave a speech to accept her award.
The Princess Royal said it was a "real honour" to be recognised by the university for her charity work.
Princess Anne is also a university chancellor herself, at the University of Edinburgh.
During her speech, Camilla joked that she was not sure if there was "a collective noun for chancellors", referring to their similar roles.
Anne Hathaway’s Second Child Is a Boy
Anne Hathaway’s Second Child Is a Boy Critics' Choice 2020 Wearing Atelier Versace Boy, oh boy! Anne Hathaway has another son on her hands, Us Weekly exclusively confirms.After The Hustle actress debuted her post-baby body at the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday, January 12, an insider told Us that Hathaway, 37, revealed that she’d welcomed a second boy with her husband, Adam Shulman.“This is him,” Hathaway said while showing someone a photo of her newborn at the award show, the insider revealed. “Oh, he’s so cute!” the onlooker responded.
Why is Camilla Duchess of Cornwall wearing Princess Diana's wedding present ? PRINCESS DIANA was given a lavish wedding gift from the Queen Mother. Her husband Prince Chalres later went on to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall. Their wedding anniversary, which is
Camilla Duchess of Cornwall is married to Prince Charles, also known as Charles Prince of Wales. But why doesn't she have the same title as Charles' late
Camilla then added: "Ladies and gentlemen, we shall have no talk of rivalry today. But I might just casually observe that, while we are to celebrate our 525th birthday next month, the University of Edinburgh is comparatively youthful - a mere 437-years-old."
Anne is one of the most popular and hardest working members of the royal family.
She has enjoyedthanks to the portrayal of her younger self by actress Erin Doherty in the third season of The Crown, which was released late last year.
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Charles, Prince of Wales (1953, 2017)
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1946, 2017)
Queen Elizabeth II (1937, 2017)
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (1985, 2017)
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (1984, 2017)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (2004, 2017)
Prince Harry (1985, 2017)
Princess Eugenie of York (1992, 2017)
Princess Beatrice of York (1990, 2017)
Prince Andrew, Duke of York (1975, 2017)
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (1980, 2017)
Sophie, Countess of Wessex (1993, 2017)
Anne, Princess Royal (1970, 2017)
King Felipe VI of Spain (1976, 2017)
Queen Letizia of Spain (2003, 2017)
Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, King of Bhutan (2006, 2016)
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King Abdullah II of Jordan (1984, 2017)
Queen Rania of Jordan (1991, 2017)
Albert II, Prince of Monaco (1970, 2017)
Charlene, Princess of Monaco (1998, 2017)
Princess Mako of Akishino (2006, 2017)
Akihito, Emperor of Japan (1945, 2017)
Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan (1963, 2017)
Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland (1982, 2017)
King Salman of Saudi Arabia (1988, 2017)
Princess Sofia, Duchess of Värmland (2008, 2017)
King Mohammed VI of Morocco (1971, 2017)
Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco (2002, 2017)
Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark (2003, 2017)
Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei (1971, 2017)
King Philippe of Belgium (1963, 2017)
Queen Mathilde of Belgium (1999, 2017)
Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland (1988, 2017)
Vajiralongkorn, King of Thailand (1966, 2017)
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden (1952, 2017)
Queen Silvia of Sweden (1972, 2017)
Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden (1984, 2017)
Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein (1997, 2017)
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands (1972, 2017)
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (2001, 2017)
Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Could Give A 'No-Holds-Barred' Interview After Leaving Royal Family, Says Close Friend .
A journalist and close confidante of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry says the royal couple could give a ‘tell-all’ interview that risks further damaging the monarchy’s reputation. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex opened up to Tom Bradby about their struggles with royal life in an ITV documentary filmed during their Africa tour last year.