5 more ‘facts’ republicans would like you to believe
As you’ll probably be aware by now, I am avidly Monarchist. I am often confronted, in my day-to-day role as editor,...14th September 2013
Palace Security: How on Earth did they get past?
One would expect, in this day and age, for Buckingham Palace to be the height of security, though as was demonstrated...10th September 2013
The tragic sons of York and Lancaster: Know your Edwards
The fifteenth century was littered with Edwards. It had always been a popular royal name and the London associations with Edward...7th September 2013
Why Buckingham Palace isn’t The Queen’s official residence
Buckingham Palace is the most iconic symbol of the British Monarchy, but far from popular opinion, this 200-year-old building isn’t actually...3rd September 2013
Sovereign Coins: How Do They Relate To British Monarchs?
Known for being one of the most famous British coins, the gold sovereign is perhaps one of the most historically significant...30th August 2013
The Spanish Armada – Queen Elizabeth I’s Greatest and Only Success?
“I know I have the body of a weak, feeble Woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a King,...28th August 2013
Royal Nursery Diary – Week 5: Wide, wide world
Prince George turned one month this week, and the cozy microcosm of his mother’s arms has evolved into a world rich...23rd August 2013
A Day In The Life of a Royal Baby: How Will Prince George’s Childhood Compare?
For any family, the birth of a baby is a momentous occasion and welcoming a new person into the world is...22nd August 2013
6 questions about the future of the British Monarchy
As the world welcomes Prince George, we take this opportunity to look at six things about the future of the Monarchy,...21st August 2013
William and Kate appear to follow European Royals with relaxed first family photo
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have appeared to take inspiration from their European counterparts as they release the first official...20th August 2013