Funds in Annabel Elliot's interior design company have been boosted by £50,000 in commissions from Charles's Duchy of Cornwall estate, WRITES SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE. (Date:01/10/2018 02:57) Read full article >>

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Charles: Charles is a masculine given name, the English and French form of a Germanic name first recorded in the Anglo-Saxon period as Cearl or Ceorl, as the name of king Cearl of Mercia.
Elliot: Elliot is a personal name which can serve as either a surname or a given name. Although the given name was historically given to males, females named Elliot have seen an increase in recent years.[when] The origin of the surname is obscure, perhaps due to much of the genealogy of the Eliott clan bei
Annabel: Annabel is a female given name, a variant of Amabel probably influenced by Anna. It may also be a combination of Anna and the French word Belle, which is sometimes used as a given name in the English language. It can also be a contraction of the Spanish name 'Ana Isabel'.