• Baker reveals he burned Prince Charles’s fingers

    by - Mar 29, 2014
    A Welsh baker has revealed the time that he burned The Prince of Wales’s fingers during a bread demonstration. Alan Jones, chairman of the Village Bakery, recently recreated a baking scene from the opening of Erddig...
  • Royal Marines to celebrate Prince Philip’s birthday and their 350th anniversary

    by - Mar 26, 2014
    The Royal Marines are set to commemorate their 350th anniversary of creation in June, and these celebrations are to coincide with The Duke of Edinburgh’s 93rd birthday. Around 400 military personnel and musicians will perform together...
  • Regicide: how Queen Victoria survived SEVEN assassination attempts (Part Two)

    by - Mar 23, 2014
    From last week’s post, we continue with the accounts of Victoria’s attempted assassinations, covering her last 3 assailant’s stories, as well as a few others that got rather close to Victoria… Victoria faced the most assassination...
  • Earl and Countess of Wessex to visit Isle of Wight

    by - Mar 21, 2014
    Next week, the Earl and Countess of Wessex will make an official visit to the Isle of Wight. On Thursday and Friday, the Royal couple will attend several engagements, both independently and together, supporting a variety...
  • Australian Children’s hospice celebrates upcoming Royal visit with afternoon tea

    by - Mar 18, 2014
    Children’s hospice Bear Cottage has celebrated their upcoming visit from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with an afternoon tea party. Bear Cottage, located in Manly, Australia, will receive a visit from William and Kate on...
  • Fussy eaters: George V and Mary’s notes to staff to go up for auction

    by - Mar 18, 2014
    Recently, notes sent from King George V and Queen Mary to their staff were uncovered in an archive. The archive compiled of around sixty notes and scraps of paper, detailing service life in the Royal Household...
  • The Wessexes enjoy an afternoon of riding

    by - Mar 17, 2014
     On Sunday afternoon, the Wessex family were spotted enjoying horse riding in the grounds of Windsor Castle. The Earl and Countess of Wessex, Edward and Sophie, were photographed in the grounds of Windsor Castle, watching their...
  • Regicide: How Victoria survived SEVEN assassination attempts (Part One)

    by - Mar 16, 2014
    When you think of the Victorian era, you often think of Dickensian London, with its back-alleys, opium dens, brothels, corrupt aristocrats and shady characters. Perhaps there is some truth in this perception, Dickens being a social...
  • 20 facts about Prince Edward

    by - Mar 10, 2014
    In honour of The Earl of Wessex’s 50th birthday today, Royal Central has compiled a list of 20 facts about The Queen’s youngest child. 1. Edward’s full title is ‘HRH The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex,...
  • William and Kate set to join Irish Guards for St Patrick’s Day

    by - Mar 4, 2014
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Irish Guards at Mons Barracks for the traditional St Patrick’s Day parade, where the Duchess will present shamrocks to members of the regiment, on 17th March, it’s...