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  1. La sucesión al trono británico sigue desde 2015 (ley de 2013) [1] las reglas de la primogenitura absoluta: tienen preferencia los hijos nacidos en primer lugar con independencia de su sexo.

  2. Serves Gloucester, MA Kelly E. says, "Rick Wilson took photos for our football team at our senior night game. He showed up early, asked appropriate questions about where he could and couldn’t be on the field and gave us great pictures both of the players and their families and action shots.

  3. Location. Gatcombe Park is between the villages of Minchinhampton and Avening in Gloucestershire in South West England. Highgrove House, the country residence of Anne's brother, King Charles III, is located 6 miles (9.7 km) away in the parish of Doughton, near Tetbury.

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  5. El Palacio de Kensington es una residencia real, localizada en los jardines del mismo nombre, en la ciudad de Londres, Inglaterra.En él se alojan varios miembros de la realeza británica como los duques de Kent, los duques de Gloucester y el príncipe y la princesa Miguel de Kent.

  6. Os Tudor descendiam de João Beaufort, 1.º Conde de Somerset, filho bastardo de João de Gante (terceiro filho de Eduardo III) e sua amante Catarina Swynford.Os descendentes bastardos de monarcas ingleses normalmente não teriam direito nenhum ao trono, porém a situação foi complicada quando Gante e Swynford casaram-se em 1396 (25 anos após o nascimento de Beaufort).

  7. In 1495, ten years after the burial, Henry VII paid for a marble and alabaster monument to mark Richard's grave. Its cost is recorded in surviving legal papers relating to a dispute over payment showing that two men received payments of £50 and £10.1s, respectively, to make and transport the tomb from Nottingham to Leicester.