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If you enjoy historical fiction as much as me, I am sure that you will be looking forward to the BBC’s new programme ‘The White Queen’, starting tonight at 9pm, as much as I am. Based on Philippa Gregory’s popular ‘cousin’ books this ten-part series follows the fortunes...

When is enough, enough? I have repeated this question to myself over and over again the past couple days as I thought about the seemingly deteriorating...

I recently spent a week’s holiday on the Isle of Wight. Every time I visit, I always go to see Osborne, Queen Victoria’s seaside home, and...

This morning, the Duchess of Cambridge named a ship at the port of Southampton as ‘Royal Princess’. The ship, from the Princess Cruises fleet, is over...

The day is 13th June 1981, The Queen’s Birthday Parade is just getting underway and The Queen was riding on her horse Burmese to Horseguards’...

It seems that every King and Queen of this country has had their reign defined by an era. Whether it be Edwardian or Georgian to the great Victorian. Perhaps...

Henry, Duke of Gloucester, the fourth child and third son of His Majesty King George V and Her Majesty Queen Mary, married Lady Alice Christabel Montagu...

It has been subject of discussion recently who constitutes a senior member of the Royal Family. We thought we’d take to the blogs to explain who...

When the queen was crowned in 1953, lawmakers in the House of Commons argued about whether or not it was appropriate to subject so august an event to something...

The Duchess of Cambridge has been blooming throughout her pregnancy and blooms in this peach Jenny Packham bespoke dress and contemporary styled coat with...