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The Windsor Wrap, January 28th 2018




January is almost done, the Queen is getting ready to leave Sandringham after her Christmas break and the royal year is warming up nicely. It's been quite a busy week for the Windsors as the royal diary cranks back into action and to get everyone feeling sparkly for the year ahead, another regal grandchild went and announced their engagement. Here's the Windsor's week in a minute....

You can see the video on the Facebook page as well (it would be lovely if you could follow that, too!). See you next week!


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