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As Britain closes down for the Royal Wedding, we look at the services performed for the nation by the Clan Windsor in the run-up to the big day. According to the Court Circulars, Edward Earl of Wessex had only nine official engagements in the month of April, one of which was the wedding and one of which was going to Windsor Castle to be invested in the Insignia of a Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order. By his mum.

Taken from issue three of Delayed Gratification (Apr-Jun 2011), available for purchase from the DG Shop.


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