Royal History

The Queen, Patron of the Newspaper Press Fund, and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a reception to mark the 150th anniversary of the Journalists’ Charity at Stationers’ Hall in London on 7th May. Her Majesty has been Patron of The Journalists’ Charity since 1953. The Journalists’ Charity...

The Queen will officially open the new Terminal 2 on 23 June 2014. The previous Terminal 2, which in 1955 was opened by Her Majesty was razed after 54...

One of the most talked about issues in royal history, and British history in general, is the relationship of Henry VIII and his six wives. In 1525, after...

A royal piece of history that was part of The Prince Wales’s 1969 investiture ceremony at Caernarfon Castle has made its way back ‘home’. The...

Since 1867, fifty visits to Australia have occurred by members of the Royal Family. Of those 50 visits, only six transpired before 1954. Queen Elizabeth...

Above Corfe village sits the ruin of Corfe Castle. The Castle was constructed during William the Conqueror’s reign as a way to manage travel through...

On 9 April 2005 Prince Charles married Camilla Parker-Bowles more than 30 years after their romance first began. The Royal couple appeared after their...

On Monday 7 April, The Duke of Edinburgh will attend Windsor Sea Cadet Open Day. Sea Cadets can be dated back to the Crimean War when sailors returning...

In 2011, it was The Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress that saw tourists flock to Buckingham Palace. The Ball Room set up for a State Banquet was...

Dr Lucy Worsley is Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, English historian, author and TV presenter. Dr Worsley recently agreed to an interview for...