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If skating through history catches ones fancy, then the chance to hit the ice at the Tower of London is a must. Now in its 8th year, the Tower moat is the site for the holiday ice skating. Undoubtedly the Tower moat is the most recognized moat in London, if not in the country. Since the incarnation of the...

The Duke of Edinburgh who is Patron of the Outward Bound Trust, will hold a dinner at Frogmore House on 13 December. Next month The Duke of Edinburgh will...

One Thousand years ago this winter, England was a very different place. The year 1013 marks the first eleventh century conquest of England, with the year...

Last time, we looked at how the Queen is related to the current and former royal families of Germany, Greece, Denmark, Norway, Russia and Yugoslavia....

Today is the 66th wedding anniversary of Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh. Royal Central wishes the royal couple many happy returns of the...

As a royalist, I feel having a national anthem about our Queen is a fantastic thing. Republicans argue (they always do) that God Save The Queen shouldn’t...

Prince Charles, seen here at a charitable event, is working hard to prove his worth. Celebrity status and popular press are not new concepts when it comes...

Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia is the former Royal Yacht of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. It began as the anonymous Ship Number 691 in...

Many people will hear ‘The Duchy of Cornwall’ and think it is some land Prince Charles has or an organic farm. But, The Duchy of Cornwall is much...

One of the lesser known members of the British Royal Family is the Princess Royal’s husband, Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.  Generally referred...