The Queen – Britain’s most powerful weapon
The United Kingdom now finds itself in a period of great uncertainty. After the vote for Brexit, the change in government...30th November 2016
#OnThisDay in 1290 Eleanor of Castile, wife of Edward I of England, died
Known when she was born as Leonore in 1241, Eleanor was named after her father’s maternal grandmother. She was the second...28th November 2016
#OnThisDay in 1833 Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, mother of Queen Mary, was born
Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge was born on 27 November 1833 in Hanover, Germany. She was a granddaughter of King George...27th November 2016
Just what does The Queen spend her money on?
More and more interest on how The Queen and her family are funded and what they spend that money on has...26th November 2016
Who is Princess Beatrice of York?
Princess Beatrice Elizabeth Mary of York was born on 8 August 1988, as the first child of Prince Andrew, Duke of...25th November 2016
Whose money is it anyway? The debate over the Crown Estate income
With all the controversy surrounding who should pay for the renovations at Buckingham Palace, an opinion piece published by Royal Central blogger, Benjamin Knights,...24th November 2016
#OnThisDay in 1503 Margaret of York, sister to Kings Edward IV and Richard III, died.
On November 23, 1503, Margaret of York, Duchess of Burgundy, died at the age of 57. She lived through the Wars...23rd November 2016
Royal Dukedoms: Duke of Gloucester
Of all the Royal Dukedoms, perhaps the most interesting have been the Duke of Gloucester. At one point, it was considered...23rd November 2016
#OnThisDay in 1515 Mary of Guise, mother of Mary, Queen of Scots, was born
#OnThisDay in 1515 Mary of Guise, Mother of Mary, Queen of Scots, was born. Mary of Guise was born the eldest...22nd November 2016
Who is the Duchess of Gloucester?
Today, let’s take a look at the life of the Duchess of Gloucester. Birgitte Eva Henriksen was born on 20 June...22nd November 2016