Blog Posts

  • The First King George

    by - Aug 17, 2013
    Although my name prediction for Baby Cambridge was Arthur, I cannot say I was overly shocked that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named their new-born son George. Because of his birth, I have started to...
  • Royal Nursery Diary – Week 4: Paging Mr Sand-Man

    by - Aug 15, 2013
    It is three in the morning, and all through the house, Not a peep, not a sound… not even a mouse. Ahhhhhhhh… Prithee… Why can’t it be so? For the Sand-Man, little one, is a friend,...
  • Modernising the Royals

    by - Aug 14, 2013
    The increased popularity for the British Royal Family has recently become extremely evident due to the amount of attention and coverage it receives on a daily basis. With the global interest that now surrounds the Royals,...
  • 5 Facts About The Palace of Holyroodhouse

    by - Aug 13, 2013
    The Royal Family is a testament to tradition and longevity and nothing proves this more than the castles and palaces that Monarchs have built over the centuries as their homes and centres of government. So to...
  • The next generation of Windsors – Part 1

    by - Aug 12, 2013
    With the recent birth of a future king, the eyes of the world have turned on the British Monarchy. With 3 future kings ready and waiting, people are beginning to wonder: How much change is ahead?...
  • Anglogeek’s Two Minute Book Review – Icons of England

    by - Aug 11, 2013
    A few years ago I finished reading Harmony by HRH Prince Charles. Intrigued by his love of nature, I decided to research if there were any other published books, articles or interviews that Prince Charles might...
  • The Defence of Richard III Part 3 – To Kill A King

    by - Aug 11, 2013
    On 21st May 1471, 17 days after Tewkesbury, King Henry VI died in the Tower of London. On that same day King Edward IV returned to London in triumph. The White Queen showed us one version of...
  • How Times Change! Two Royal births: Edward V (1470) and Prince George of Cambridge

    by - Aug 10, 2013
    Viewers of the BBC’s White Queen series will have become accustomed to the regular pregnancies and deliveries of its eponymous heroine Elizabeth Wydeville. The programme has recreated some of the extreme conditions under which she gave...
  • Who is entitled to a Princess title?

    by - Aug 9, 2013
    There has been a lot of discussion concerning who is entitled to call themselves a Princess followed by their first name in the British system. Many people get it wrong including the press, or shall I...
  • What happens if Princess Beatrice marries Dave Clark?

    by - Aug 8, 2013
    Speculation is rife at the moment as to whether HRH Princess Beatrice of York will decide to marry boyfriend Dave Clark. The two have been seeing each other for over 6 years and many speculate that...