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The fifteenth century was littered with Edwards. It had always been a popular royal name and the London associations with Edward the Confessor, whose tomb was located within Westminster Abbey, made it a favourite choice for royal mothers giving birth there. It was also traditional to name sons after their...

It has been a while but The Forgotten Monarchs are back and this blog focuses on the last Monarch of the House of Stuart, Queen Anne. Anne was born on...

A royal playmate is on the way for Prince George… In the wake of the excitement over three royal weddings last weekend, royal admirers were treated to...

A team of experts have concluded that Richard III who was found buried in Leicester last year, suffered with a roundworm infection. In a soil sample taken...

Basking in the exhilaration of Prince George’s recent nativity, royal watchers everywhere were treated to more blissful news this weekend as three...

Buckingham Palace is by far the most iconic royal sight in Britain. Think of The British Monarchy and most people will say their strongest image is of...

Number eight in the series of: “The Naughty Nine, Badly Behaved Monarchs and Regents of England” is non-other than King John. Known as John Lackland,...

When we made our visit to the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace last week, we also went to see Clarence House, the London home of Their Royal Highnesses...

A stunning Duchess of Cambridge made a triumphant appearance on Friday amidst cheers of jubilation as she came out of maternity leave to join her proud...

Known for being one of the most famous British coins, the gold sovereign is perhaps one of the most historically significant coins across the globe. Today,...