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It all started in 2009 when the Royal Household created an official Twitter account. Now, five years on, the general public can personally communicate with members of the Royal Family via social media; how times have changed. The official British Monarchy Twitter account was created on 28th April 2009 as...

More than 500 years after his death, British historians have identified an old royal bed which is thought to have belonged to the first of the Tudor monarchs,...

It seems that since his party’s election last September, the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has had a search underway for a portrait of...

As Scotland considers its future as part of the United Kingdom, with a referendum on Scottish independence to be held in September 2014, a remarkable photographic...

Europe’s newest royal, Princess Leonore Lilian Maria of Sweden, Duchess of Gotland, shares her first name with one of Sweden’s most famous...

Tradition is key to both the Monarchy and the country it is present in. It offers continuity, spectacle and a chance for structured national reflection...

The British Monarchy is, and always has been, a work in progress. That is probably the biggest reason it has survived as long and as well as it has. Most...

The peerage is and does not claim to be a modern institution. As the aristocracy which once dominated Parliament, gradually moves towards disestablishment...

When a new portrait of the Queen is unveiled it joins a catalogue of work that began in 1933 when the seven year old Princess Elizabeth sat for Philip...

A house that King Charles II once lived in is being put up for sale for the first time in over 600 years. Malmesbury House, in Cathedral Close Salisbury,...