Guest Posts

Guest Posts

  • Princes With A “Type”

    by - May 4, 2013
    Most people have a certain type of person that they are attracted to, and royalty is no different. Usually the type revolves around physical features, but not always. Those just happen to be the easiest types...
  • Part-Time PA Job Available At Prince Of Wales’s Office

    by - May 3, 2013
    The Press Office at Clarence House is currently hiring for a part-time PA and Press Office Manager, with a fixed-term maternity cover contract up to 12 months. “A confidential and discreet approach is paramount” requirement of...
  • The Dark History of the Black Prince’s Ruby

    by - May 1, 2013
    Take one look at the Imperial State Crown and the first thing that strikes your eye is the big, deep red stone exactly in its middle, acting almost as the crown’s own bloodshot eye  onto the...
  • Beatrix, Queen of Heartbreak

    by - Apr 29, 2013
    When Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands officially abdicates on April 30, she will end a 33-year reign that is viewed as one of the most successful in Dutch history. But it is also marred with personal...
  • A Review Of Loyalty By Matthew Lewis – A Story Of Richard III

    by - Apr 26, 2013
    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 Sun Never Sets on the British Crown

    by - Apr 23, 2013
    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 I now live—don’t know just how influential the British Crown is...
  • Elizabeth II, “She Was Born A Queen”

    by - Apr 21, 2013
    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 to light the small girl called Elizabeth. The...
  • A Wave of Applause for Maggie—A View from Baroness Thatcher’s Funeral Route.

    by - Apr 17, 2013
    This is my personal experience lining the processional route during Baroness Thatcher’s funeral. I dislike mornings—with a passion. I will only wake up at 6.30am for something or someone extraordinary, and I did this morning to...
  • American Affection for the Future of the Monarchy and the UK

    by - Apr 15, 2013
    St. Louis, Missouri, is in the middle of the United States, and the metro area has more than 2.8 million residents, making it the 15th largest in the US and almost as populous as Wales. This fully...
  • Can I Be A Private Secretary to the Royals?

    by - Apr 9, 2013
    A few months ago, thanks to breaking news via Twitter from Victoria Murphy with the UK Mirror and Richard Palmer with the UK Daily Express, I discovered that Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton was becoming Principal Private Secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge...