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I have always been fascinated by Richard III.  Was he truly the villain depicted by Shakespeare or the wronged heroic figure, who made an excellent King, that we see in more recent historical fiction?  What is the truth about the Princes in the Tower?  The discovery of his remains by the University of...

90 years ago today, The Queen’s parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later known as The Queen Mother), at the time known as Prince Albert,...

Over the years, thousands of biographies on royals have been published. Most are good, some are awful and some are excellent. So if you want to find out...

One of the most mysterious and sometimes shocking points in the history of the British Monarchy was what later became known as the 1936 abdication crisis. The...

Many people enjoyed the Royal wedding and watching the Royals cheer on the athletes during the 2012 London Olympics, but most—especially in the US where...

Today has been a fantastic day for the Royal Family and also, all concerned in today’s events. The Duchess of Cambridge attended a parade of The...

It was the early morning of 21 April 1926, , when the surgeon Sir Harry Simpson ended, with great skill, a difficult caesarean section with which it came...

In the parts of Prince Charles’s Gloucestershire residence that are publicly photographed and much talked about, there’s one part of which...

This is my personal experience lining the processional route during Baroness Thatcher’s funeral. I dislike mornings—with a passion. I will only...

As HM The Queen of the Netherlands prepares to abdicate at the end of this month in favour of her son, Prince Willem-Alexander to become King, we examine...