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Royal family attends Royal Air Force 100th anniversary celebration
The busy week for the British royal family rolls on as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and others gathered Tuesday for the 100th anniversary celebration of the Royal Air Force. The children stayed at home after a big day Monday for Prince Louis, who was christened at St. James’s Palace. In other royal news, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are setting off to Dublin, later this week on their first official trip as husband and wife. NBC’s Lucy Kafanov reports from outside Buckingham Palace in London.
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