By Raven Saunt For Mailonline. The Countess of Wessex wrapped up warm as she attended a ceremony to mark the Corps of Army Music receiving a new royal title, earlier today. Sophie, 55, looked effortlessly chic as she donned a white winter coat and black boots before adding a dash of colour with a very striking burgundy hat on top of her honey locks for her visit to Kneller Hall, Twickenham. The Countess of Wessex wrapped up warm as she attended a ceremony to mark the Corps of Army Music receiving a new royal title at Kneller Hall, Twickenham, earlier today. The mother-of-two complemented the look with a pair of black leather gloves, a burgundy scarf and a two-tone clutch bag. It has been a busy few days for Sophie - who is married to the Queen's youngest son Prince Edward.
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With other senior royals now out of the picture, the spotlight is being shone on Sophie, Countess of Wessex. The comment was made while Sophie reflected on how her experience marrying into the Royal Family differed to that of Megan Markle, who dated Prince Harry for two years before they walked down the aisle in and she became the Duchess of Sussex. Not that you necessarily know how it will pan out. It has been suggested that the countess has become a confidante to the duchess. Read more: Countess of Wessex rolls up her sleeves and packs food parcels for nurses. At the annual Commonwealth Day service in March, both couples appeared friendly sitting next to each other at Westminster Abbey. The Sunday Times interview highlighted her recent visit to South Sudan as part of her work against campaigning against sexual violence in conflict.
As with many of the early Anglo-Saxon kings, little is known about Cerdic other than that written in the 9th century Anglo-Saxon Chronicles. According to the Chronicles, Cerdic left Saxony in modern day north-west Germany in and arrived shortly afterwards on the Hampshire coast with five ships. When Cerdic came to power he was then thought to have taken a rather aggressive approach towards the other ealdormans in the region, and as a consequence started to accumulate more and more lands, eventually creating the Kingdom of Wessex.
By Amelia Wynne For Mailonline. Sandringham in Norfolk is in Tier Two of coronavirus regulations and it is permitted to meet for services in a place of worship with other members of your household. The family drove to the church at 11am in a Land Rover Discovery and attended the morning service with other members of a pre-registered public congregation.