Explanation

  • Transforming the Duchy and the future: Part III

    by - Nov 25, 2013
    As the last part in the Duchy series, we take a look at the Duke of Cornwall’s vision, changes made at the Duchy and the environment. In 1952, Prince Charles became the 24th Duke of Cornwall...
  • A complete guide to God Save The Queen

    by - Nov 19, 2013
    As a royalist, I feel having a national anthem about our Queen is a fantastic thing. Republicans argue (they always do) that God Save The Queen shouldn’t be Britain’s anthem because it’s ‘all about The Queen’...
  • More than plots of land: Duchy of Cornwall part 2

    by - Nov 18, 2013
    Many people will hear ‘The Duchy of Cornwall’ and think it is some land Prince Charles has or an organic farm. But, The Duchy of Cornwall is much more than that. This is part two of...
  • Why does Britain celebrate Bonfire Night?

    by - Nov 5, 2013
    “Remember, remember! The fifth of November, The Gunpowder treason and plot; I know of no reason Why the Gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot!” Every year on 5th November Britain is lit up with fireworks and bonfires with many...
  • ‘All Aboard’ – A complete guide to the Royal Train

    by - Oct 20, 2013
    The Royal Train has been the mobile residence of the Sovereign for over 150 years. The train is comprised of nine coaches that may easily be changed depending on who is using the train. The usual...
  • Championing the youth: The Duke of Edinburgh Awards

    by - Oct 10, 2013
    The Duke of Edinburgh award immediately began to gain regard outside the UK upon its launch, after World War II. Since 1971 the award has been available in 31 countries and continues to grow. With this rapid...
  • Why we should be kinder to the York girls

    by - Sep 26, 2013
    Last week, Princess Beatrice visited the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh as patron of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation. Whilst discussing the engagement with renowned royal expert Marlene Koenig on Twitter, I discovered that the reason...
  • 5 more ‘facts’ republicans would like you to believe

    by - Sep 14, 2013
    As you’ll probably be aware by now, I am avidly Monarchist. I am often confronted, in my day-to-day role as editor, with various myths about republicanism in the UK. The supporters of a UK republic would...
  • Palace Security: How on Earth did they get past?

    by - Sep 10, 2013
    One would expect, in this day and age, for Buckingham Palace to be the height of security, though as was demonstrated last week, this is far from the case. In case you didn’t see the news,...
  • Why Buckingham Palace isn’t The Queen’s official residence

    by - Sep 3, 2013
    Buckingham Palace is the most iconic symbol of the British Monarchy, but far from popular opinion, this 200-year-old building isn’t actually The Queen’s official residence, and this is why… Her Majesty’s official residence is, in fact,...