Royal Beds and the Bed that helped change British history?
The royal bed was a symbol of power as well as being a powerful symbol. Almost like a throne, it ultimately stood for status and...4th July 2017
Interview: Black Rod speaks exclusively to Royal Central
Black Rod speaks about his job, the traditions, and of course Dennis Skinner3rd July 2017
Bentley Priory: Where a British Queen died
The Grade II* listed mansion of Bentley Priory in Stanmore, in the London Borough of Harrow, is best known for the...30th June 2017
Who is Princess Alexia of the Netherlands?
Princess Alexia, King Willem-Alexander's middle daughter, celebrates her birthday today.26th June 2017
Charlie Proctor: It might sound trivial not wearing a seatbelt, but The Queen should lead by example
Twenty years ago, Diana, Princess of Wales died in a catastrophic car crash in Paris – a moment that shocked the...23rd June 2017
An Oxford House and Imperial Russia
A building in a suburb of Oxford has a remarkably unique history. At first glance, it could be yet another late-Victorian townhouse,...17th June 2017
Remembering Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii
The future Queen Liliuokalani was born as Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Wewehi Kamakaʻeha on 2 September 1838 to the High Chieftess...16th June 2017
Obituary: Countess Mountbatten of Burma
Patricia Knatchbull was the 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma. She was the eldest child of Lord Mountbatten of Burma. Our Queen...14th June 2017
Will Her Majesty be absent from The Queen’s Speech?
It has been confirmed that this year’s Queen’s Speech has been delayed by a few days due to the Conservative Party...12th June 2017
Charlie Proctor: The Queen will be livid with the government if she is forced to miss Royal Ascot
It never ceases to amaze me how things can go from relatively calm to scenes of chaos within a matter of...12th June 2017