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Sandringham – a massive, majestic estate – is the premier destination for the royal family during the Christmas holidays. Stemming from decades of tradition, from the childhood Christmases of Her Majesty, Sandringham has played host to the royal family’s festivities for many years. With...

On 10 December 1936 when the clock stuck 10 am, Edward VIII who had been king since 20 January of the same year upon the death of his father, King George...

When discussing the most important bands of nations across the globe, we often think of the G8, the G20, the European Union and all of the other organisations...

The Christmas Broadcast is a traditional part of the Christmas Day festivities for many people across the Commonwealth and indeed across the globe. When...

As the world marks Nelson Mandela’s passing, we take a moment to reflect on the extraordinary relationship the former South African President and...

For over 60 years now, Elizabeth II has reigned over the United Kingdom as Queen. Most people alive now have known no other Monarch and as a result, have...

Will this year’s card feature Prince George? Sir Henry Cole fancied sending something different to his colleagues other than the typical Christmas...

On 25 November 1120 the White Ship sank off the coast of Normandy not long after it set out for England. The ship, which was fast and well-built, went...

Just recently on the 6th of November, Australia marked 14 years since voting “no” in a referendum to abolish the Australian Monarchy and become...

Charles II was famous for his illegitimate children, and there have been many monarchs and their families that have had secrets they wanted to keep hidden.  Now...