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  1. 14/05/2022 · the king regarded the project with so much favour that he identified his own name with the college, and gave by letters patent the reversion of land in chelsea of which a lease was held by margaret countess of nottingham for her lifetime and 40 years thereafter. (fn. 1) this land was part of thames shot, a portion of the manor of chelsea which …

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    Prince Edward was born on 10 March 1964, at Buckingham Palace, London, as the third son and the fourth and youngest child of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His birth was the only one witnessed by his father. He was baptised on 2 May 1964 in the private chapel at Windsor Castle. As with his three older siblings Charles, Anne, and...

    Royal Marines

    Upon leaving university in 1986, Edward joined the Royal Marines, who had reportedly sponsored his tuition at Cambridge University on condition of future service. In January 1987, he dropped out of the commando course after having completed one-third of the 12-month training. Media reported that the move prompted a berating from Prince Philip, who was the Captain General Royal Marines at that time and "reduced his son to prolonged tears",while others stated that Philip was the most sympatheti...

    Theatre and television

    After leaving the Marines, Edward opted for a career in entertainment. He commissioned the 1986 musical Cricket from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, for his mother's 60th birthday celebration, which led to a job offer at Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Theatre Company, where he worked as a production assistant on musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera, Starlight Express, and Cats. While there he met actress Ruthie Henshall, whom he dated for three years. Edward's first foray into television...

    Ardent Productions

    In 1993, Edward formed the television production company Ardent Productions. Ardent was involved in the production of a number of documentaries and dramas, but Edward was accused in the media of using his royal connections for financial gain, and the company was referred to by some industry insiders as "a sad joke" due to a perceived lack of professionalism in its operations. Andy Beckett, writing in The Guardian, opined that "to watch Ardent's few dozen hours of broadcast output is to enter...

    Edward met Sophie Rhys-Jones for the first time in 1987 when he was dating her friend. They met again at a promotion shoot for the Prince Edward Summer Challenge to raise money for charity in 1993, and the two began their relationship soon afterwards. Edward proposed to Sophie at a holiday in the Bahamas in December 1998 and their engagement was an...

    The Earl and Countess of Wessex established their foundation, The Wessex Youth Trust, in 1999, with a focus on helping, supporting and advancing registered charities which provide opportunities specifically for children and young people. His patronages include: the British Paralympic Association, the International Real Tennis Professionals Associat...

    Titles and styles

    1. 10 March 1964 – 19 June 1999: His Royal HighnessThe Prince Edward 2. 19 June 1999 – present: His Royal HighnessThe Earl of Wessex 1. 1.1. in Scotland: 10 March 2019 – present: His Royal HighnessThe Earl of Forfar Before Edward's marriage in 1999, royal commentators conjectured that former royal dukedoms such as Cambridge or Sussex might be granted to him. Instead, the Palace announced the intention that Prince Edward would eventually be created Duke of Edinburgh, once that title had revert...

    Honours

    1. 6 February 1977: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal[citation needed] 2. 9 February 1990: New Zealand Commemorative Medal 3. 6 February 2002: Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal[citation needed] 4. 11 May 2005: Honorary Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit(SOM) 5. 7 June 2005: Commemorative Medal for the Centennial of Saskatchewan 6. 23 April 2006: Royal Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter(KG) 7. 10 March 2011: Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) 7....

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    Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex at IMDb
  2. 13/05/2022 · Nottingham. The said Gilbert 4 years before his death enfeoffed William son of Robert de Bulcote of all the lands and tenements which were of Simon his father and William his brother, as well within the town of Nottingham as without; and the said William was in full seisin thereof before and after the death of the said Gilbert until the sheriff of Nottingham ejected him by an inquisition made ...

  3. 12/05/2022 · Roots of Empathy is an early intervention programme run by Action for Children which has been developed to help children aged 5-13 build empathy. The programme uses a unique approach, with a local parent and baby (or ‘Tiny Teacher’) alongside a trained instructor guiding the children to develop empathy.

  4. 14/05/2022 · Comes Nottingham. Comes Northumb. Comes Lyncolne. Comes Suffolke. Ds. Howard. Ds. Bruse. Ds. Hunsdon.

  5. 15/05/2022 · Joining the Queen on the balcony for Trooping The Colour will be the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Princess...