From Vienna to Versailles: Marie Antoinette’s Bridal Journey – Part One
On 21 April 1770, a procession passed by the imperial summer palace of Schönbrunn, consisting of 21 state coaches, followed by...22nd May 2017
Review: Diana, A Spencer in Love
Written by Deb Stratas, Diana, A Spencer in Love is both a work of fiction and non-fiction covering the years of...21st May 2017
A real King Arthur: How would English history have been different if Arthur Tudor had lived?
The Tudor era is one of the most popular periods in English history and has been the subject of much discussion...17th May 2017
Who was Caroline of Brunswick?
Caroline was born on 17 May 1768; her father was Charles, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, and her mother, Princess Augusta. She was the...17th May 2017
Opinion: Other monarchies should follow the Swedish Royal Family’s media approach
Each royal family has their own way of dealing with the media. However, other European monarchies should follow the example of...16th May 2017
What Happened to the Monarchy Between 1649 to 1660?
Outside the Houses of Parliament, standing rather boldly with a hand on his sword and the other clutching a Bible, stands...15th May 2017
The Royal Coat of Arms Explained
The Royal Coat of Arms acts as the official coat of arms for the British monarch. The Royal Coat of Arms...15th May 2017
Looking back at the wedding of Princess Ragnhild and Erling Lorentzen
Princess Ragnhild of Norway and Erling Lorentzen were married on 15 May 1953 at Asker parish church near Oslo. The Princess...15th May 2017
Royals and the Fight Against ALS
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease is a neurological disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. French...15th May 2017
The Scottish Royal Coat of Arms Explained
The Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom is made up of symbols from Ireland, England, and Scotland. In Scotland,...14th May 2017