#OnThisDay Mary, Queen of Scots’ Third Marriage to the Earl of Bothwell
James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell (b. 1534; d. 14 April 1578) and Mary, Queen of Scots (b. 8 December 1542)...15th May 2016
James McGill, Jaguar Land Rover employee roars for UK Invictus team
The Invictus Games are now in full swing in Orlando, before he went, I was able to interview James McGill former...11th May 2016
Royal Central speaks to US Invictus captain, Will Reynolds
Before leaving for Orlando, I had the opportunity to interview the retired United States Army captain, Will Reynolds, team captain for the...10th May 2016
Who is Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau?
In the second edition of “Who Is?”, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau is the focus. She was born Mabel Martine Los on 11...8th May 2016
A Staircase with a Royal History?
One hotel in Northamptonshire preserves a possibly extraordinary feature within its walls. The Talbot Hotel in Oundle is located some thirteen miles...7th May 2016
Who is Princess Marie of Denmark?
Over the next several weeks, I want to write about of some of the lesser talked about royals in Europe for a...29th April 2016
The Queen’s Childhood ‘Little House’: Y Bwthyn Bach
When she was aged six, the young Princess Elizabeth received a special present from the people of Wales. It was a...29th April 2016
Facts about Windsor Castle
With Her Majesty residing at Windsor Castle for her birthday celebrations, I thought I’d present to you facts that you may...22nd April 2016
145 Piccadilly: The Queen’s Childhood Home
Following her birth on April 21 1926 at the home of her maternal grandparents at 17 Bruton St Mayfair, the baby...21st April 2016
The Queen’s London Birthplace: 17 Bruton St
On 21 April 1926, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born in London, at the Mayfair home of her maternal grandparents, the...21st April 2016