Princess Anne: Princess of The Olympics
Princess Anne has been a much-loved figure at this year’s Rio Olympics, but her love and history of The Olympics go...19th August 2016
#OnThisDay in 1596 Elizabeth Stuart was born as the daughter of James VI and I and Anne of Denmark.
Elizabeth Stuart, often referred to as The Winter Queen, was born on 19 August 1595 to James VI of Scotland, who...19th August 2016
#OnThisDay in 1355 Philippa, 5th Countess of Ulster, granddaughter of Edward III, was born.
Phillipa of Clarence was born in Kent on 16 August 1355. She had another title The Countess of March. The alternative...16th August 2016
Can the Queen really retake America?
The race to become the 45th president of the United States is getting increasingly intense for everyone involved. Controversy, personal tirades...15th August 2016
#OnThisDay in 1520 Madeleine of Valois, first wife of James V of Scotland, was born
On 10 August 1520 Madeleine of Valois was born in France as the fifth child and third daughter of King Francis...10th August 2016
Monarchy Rules: Lady Jane Grey
Lady Jane Grey was born around 1536 as the daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Lady Frances Brandon....7th August 2016
#OnThisDay in 1385 Joan of Kent died
On this day, 7 August 1385 Joan of Kent died. Joan of Kent was born on 29 September 1328 in Woodstock...7th August 2016
Why there’s a need for more books about royals from across the world
Royal Central's Europe Editor explains why there should be more books regarding royal families from outside the United Kingdom.7th August 2016
Monarchy Rules: Mary I of England
Mary I of England was born on February 18, 1516 at the palace of Placentia, Greenwich England. Mary was the only...6th August 2016
#OnThisDay in 1844 Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha was born
Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, the fourth child and second son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, was born on this day...6th August 2016