Sunday Express - Sun 23 Dec 2001 - Page 6

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Just like any other family, the Royals will be at each other's Feuds around the royal dinner table

N the eve of her Golden Jubilee year, the Queen should be looking forward to a family Christmas to Osavour. As the Windsors gather at Sandringham this weekend in rural Norfolk, she ought to be able to relax, and reflect on half a century of dedicated service. The toasts should give thanks for her good health at 75, and that of Prince Philip at 80, as well as the 101year-old Queen Mother. But like so many other families who find the festive season stressful, simmering feuds and deep sadness will be just beneath the surface. At the heart of the problems are PRINCE PHILIP and his eldest son PRINCE CHARLES.

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