Official Royal Posts: The Earl Marshal
The Earl Marshal is a Great Officer of State with a significant role in the arrangement of coronations and other State...12th October 2014
Princess Margaret: a brief history
The Queen’s late sister, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, led a colourful life in the public eye and was considered the most...6th October 2014
What exactly are The Queen’s powers?
One of the greatest peculiarities of the British constitution is that of the Royal Prerogative. Powers which have established over time as those...4th October 2014
Prince Harry: A Soldier for Life
As the Invictus Games get closer, it is the perfect time to take a look at the military accomplishments of their...4th September 2014
Will Camilla actually be Princess Consort?
At the beginning of the year, I wrote a blog called ‘why Camilla must become our Queen‘. Since its publication, the article...22nd August 2014
Top Ten Upcoming Royal History Books
Before we know it the days will be getting shorter, the dark nights will be setting in earlier and our British...6th August 2014
Royal Connections: City of Leicester
The Royal Connections is a series of articles that delves into a certain place that has had prominent links to Royalty over...4th August 2014
Interview: What was it like to attend a party at Buckingham Palace?
A few weeks ago, The Brownies celebrated their 100th birthday with a party at Buckingham Palace. The Countess of Wessex and...20th July 2014
The Royal Association: history of charities and patronages
In this series we will take a look at the history of charities and patronages of the Royal Family past and...19th July 2014
The indifference that could end of one of Britain’s oldest titles
The honour of baronetcy is one of the most peculiar and, on the whole, little-understood hereditary honours in the Britain, yet...17th July 2014