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Elizabeth Jane Timms

Elizabeth Jane Timms

Elizabeth Jane Timms is a royal historian, writer, historical consultant and independent researcher. An expert on past British and European royalty, she speaks on matters royal historical for TV and radio, including on historic royal weddings at Windsor for BBC Radio Berkshire prior to the first Royal Wedding (2018). She regularly writes for journals, magazines, newsletters and the web. As a historical consultant, she responds to a wide range of enquiries from media to private individuals, as well as for books, talks and research projects. She has made a significant contribution to the field of royal studies and is the author of over two hundred articles on the subject. Currently, she is a freelance writer for Tudor Life Magazine. She is a regular contributor to the academic royal journal Royalty Digest Quarterly and specializes in Queen Victoria and her family. She is an authority on Russia's last Tsarina, Alexandra Feodorovna (1872-1918) with a particular interest in her correspondence. She writes a popular history blog as resident historian for Royal Central, the world's leading news site on the British Royal Family, the State, and the Monarchies of the world. www.royalcentral.co.uk/author/ejtimms She writes and conducts original research on W. A. Mozart; her two-part series on Mozart in London appeared in the Newsletter of the Friends of Mozart Society, New York City (2016) and she wrote a series on Mozart and Prague for the Prague Post (2017-2019). She has been an active member of many heritage societies and was elected a member of the Royal Historical Society in 2017. She is an honorary member of the Tudor Society. She is a poet and a member of Oxford University Poetry Society. Her poetry has appeared in various literary journals and poetry magazines, including The Oxonian Review, Coldnoon: International Journal of Travel Writing & Travelling Cultures, North of Oxford Journal, Nine Muses Poetry and elsewhere. She lives in rural Oxfordshire.