Blog Posts

  • What Is The True Cost Of The Monarchy?

    by - Feb 17, 2013
    As the revered powerful Westminster Committee prepare to take a thorough and unforgiving look at the value for money Monarchy in Britain, we take a look at just how much the Monarchy costs and where all...
  • Traditions Of A Royal Birth

    by - Feb 16, 2013
    Yes, the day is getting closer. the day when Britain’s future King or Queen is born. In this feature article, we take a look at how royal babies’ births are handled by an institution with over...
  • Kate’s Titles – What’s Right & What’s Not

    by - Feb 14, 2013
    This post is essentially quite a short and informal yes/no guide to what the Duchess Of Cambridge’s actual titles are. We have been in conversation recently with a lot of people about what is correct form...
  • Royal Romances: Our Favorite Love Stories

    by - Feb 14, 2013
    I know it is naïve, but I am a hopeless romantic. I don’t fall in love with everything that moves, but I believe in real, deep, everlasting love. Perhaps because of my parents’ great love story, when my...
  • Top 10 Royalty Orientated Anecdotes

    by - Feb 12, 2013
    Everyone who loves the Royal Family will tell you that there’s nothing to beat a good royalty-orientated story or anecdote so here are our top 10 royal anecdotes from the British Royal Family. Enjoy!...Read More
  • What Does ‘The Crown’ Even Mean?

    by - Feb 11, 2013
    ‘The Crown’ is said to be a term synonymous with the Monarch, a term used in legal situations and by Monarchists. But what does it actually mean, and why has something inanimate and useful as a...
  • On This Day In 1840: Queen Victoria Marries Prince Albert – A Royal Love Story

    by - Feb 10, 2013
    On this day, 173 years ago, Queen Victoria married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in a ceremony performed at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace, a moment’s walk from Buckingham Palace, the home of the Monarch...
  • “The Queen’s War” – Queen Elizabeth II During WW2

    by - Feb 10, 2013
    The Queen was 13 when World War II broke out on 3rd September 1939, and was staying at Balmoral in Scotland with her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later to be the Queen Mother)...
  • Sovereign Relations Of Queen Elizabeth II

    by - Feb 10, 2013
    It is a little known fact that most of the European, and even a lot of other international Monarchs are related to The Queen of the United Kingdom. This goes back to the days when Queen...
  • How To Receive An Honour From Her Majesty The Queen

    by - Feb 8, 2013
    As Sovereign, Her Majesty The Queen is considered font of all honour in the United Kingdom. She has ultimate authority over issuing honours and titles to citizens. Several of the most notable orders of chivalry are...