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  1. Catherine visited primary students alongside US First Lady Jill Biden and participated in a roundtable discussion focusing on early childhood education. In February 2022, she visited Denmark to celebrate historic ties between the UK and Denmark and also to celebrate milestones of both countries' monarchs. [173]

  2. Catherine, Prințesă de Wales (născută Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; n. 9 ianuarie 1982, Reading, Anglia, Regatul Unit) este soția prințului William de Wales, moștenitorul tronului britanic. Catherine a crescut la Chapel Row, un sat din apropiere de Newbury, Berkshire, Anglia.

  3. Early life. Walpole was born in Houghton, Norfolk, in 1676.One of 19 children, he was the third son and fifth child of Robert Walpole, a member of the local gentry and a Whig politician who represented the borough of Castle Rising in the House of Commons, and his wife Mary Walpole, the daughter and heiress of Sir Geoffrey Burwell of Rougham, Suffolk.

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  5. The Lady Kinloss (1602) Teresa Freeman-Grenville, 13th Lady Kinloss; The Lady Balfour of Burleigh (1607) Victoria Bruce-Winkler, 9th Lady Balfour of Burleigh; The Lord Dingwall (1609) and The Baron Lucas (Eng, 1663), (known as the Lord Lucas and Dingwall) Ralph Palmer, 8th Lord Dingwall and 12th Baron Lucas

  6. Clementine waited for her host to offer a conciliatory word but, when none came, she stormed back to her cabin, wrote a note to Moyne, and packed her bags. Lady Broughton came and begged Clementine to stay, but she would accept no apologies for the insult to her husband. She went ashore and sailed for home the next morning.

  7. Horace Walpole, Memoirs of King George II. I: January 1751 – March 1754 (Yale University Press, 1985). Karl Wolfgang Schweizer, ‘ Cavendish, William, fourth duke of Devonshire (bap. 1720, d. 1764) ’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , Oxford University Press, September 2004; online edn, January 2008, accessed 1 August 2010.