Blog Posts

  • Anglogeek’s 5 Minute Book Review: The Final Curtsey

    by - Jan 4, 2014
    Many interviews, articles and books were published during Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee last year. There is one individual who shared personal stories and not the kind that may come into question as true. These stories were...
  • Royal Central’s Top 20 Royal Moments of 2013: 20-11

    by - Jan 2, 2014
    It has been another busy and exciting year for the British Royal Family. From the birth of Prince George in July to the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation in June, 2013 proved to be another...
  • How to get tickets to Trooping the Colour

    by - Jan 1, 2014
    Happy New Year. For Royalists, the New Year doesn’t just mark a change of calendar, it marks the start of the short window and long battle to get tickets to the annual Queen’s Birthday Parade: Trooping...
  • What’s in store for the Royal Family in 2014?

    by - Dec 30, 2013
    There’s no doubt that 2013 has been another amazing year for the Royal Family. With the birth of Prince George in July and the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation, it’s been another year of milestones....
  • William III – The Invader King

    by - Dec 28, 2013
    On this day in 1688, the Dutch Stateholder William III of Orange made a triumphant march into London ending the reign of King James II. In what history has since coined the “Glorious Revolution” William of...
  • Titles on Downton Abbey explained

    by - Dec 21, 2013
    Downton Abbey is, without doubt, one of the most consistently popular TV shows produced in recent times. The show, which gives a look at the life of the Crawleys, a fictional aristocratic family who run and...
  • Judith of Francia: Twice Queen of Wessex

    by - Dec 20, 2013
    Anglo-Saxon queens receive very little attention, with it commonly believed that there were no pre-Conquest queens in England. Such an assertion is patently untrue, as the lives of early queens, such as Elfrida, Emma of Normandy...
  • A guide to the Order of the British Empire

    by - Dec 17, 2013
    Two times a year (at The Queen’s Official Birthday and on New Year’s Day), lists of those set to receive honours from The Queen are published by the Government. The most common order which those being...
  • Just what does Prince Charles think about becoming King?

    by - Dec 14, 2013
    For almost 62 years now, the Prince of Wales has been preparing for a job which he will one day inherit. With a tremendous amount of expectation on him and endless speculation about what his reign...
  • Christmas at Sandringham

    by - Dec 10, 2013
    Sandringham – a massive, majestic estate – is the premier destination for the royal family during the Christmas holidays. Stemming from decades of tradition, from the childhood Christmases of Her Majesty, Sandringham has played host to...