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Whenever Queen Mary, Consort of King George V, is mentioned, what do you think? A stern, old fashioned matriarch who did not care about her family or do you think a traditional, caring queen who not only loved her family but also loved her country. Here I would like to look at the life and times of Queen...

As Prince William begins his studies at Cambridge University, he might want to avoid looking at the academic careers of some of the other kings to be who...

Everyone knows that Henry VIII had six wives, with the rhyme ‘Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived’, recording their largely unenviable...

After reading the first historical fiction book written by Matthew Lewis, Loyalty I was very excited to read the next instalment, Honour.  I was expecting...

The Royal Prerogative are a set number of powers and privileges held by The Queen as part of the British constitution. Nowadays, a lot of these powers...

It is at this time of the year that The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh stay at Sandringham, but why does The Queen likes it so much? The story of the...

This month will mark 6 months since the birth of Prince George of Cambridge. We thought we’d draw your attention to some of the lesser known facts...

Many interviews, articles and books were published during Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee last year. There is one individual who shared personal stories...

It has been another busy and exciting year for the British Royal Family. From the birth of Prince George in July to the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s...

Happy New Year. For Royalists, the New Year doesn’t just mark a change of calendar, it marks the start of the short window and long battle to get...