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Britain's Prince Andrew skips Christmas Day walk after royals' 'bumpy' year

Reuters Wednesday, 25 December 2019
Britain's Prince Andrew skipped the royals' traditional Christmas Day walk to church after what his mother Queen Elizabeth said in her seasonal address had been a "bumpy" year.
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