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All posts tagged "Kings and Queens of England"

  • The first royal wedding at Windsor

    Windsor’s first royal wedding took place in the twelfth century. What do we know about this wedding and why exactly did...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms10th March 2018
  • A monument to a royal child: Princess Elizabeth of Clarence

    In the entrance hall of Frogmore House in Windsor Great Park is a sculpture of a royal child, remarkable in the...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms19th February 2018
  • Taking a look at other royal pets and animals

    Animals given to royalty could, of course, become pets – but they could often be presented in the form of political...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms23rd January 2018
  • Cats and royalty

    Alongside the well-established royal love of dogs, cats are far less recorded as preferred pets, unlike their canine counterparts. They have,...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms22nd January 2018
  • Snow and Royalty: A Brief Look

    Following the UK coming to a halt due to poor weather conditions, it is fitting to say that snow has provided...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms11th December 2017
  • A King’s Daughter: Charlotte Fitzroy, Lady Lee

     Lady Charlotte Fitzroy, was – as her name suggests – the daughter of a King, but not by his queen. Charles...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms28th November 2017
  • A Quick Look At Royal Dogs

    The British love of dogs is, of course, well established – the royal affection for them as faithful companions being no...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms9th November 2017
  • A Little-Known Royal Plaque in Portsmouth

    A plaque can be found in the garrison walls at Portsmouth, at the location of the old ‘Sally Port’. Its strongly...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms1st November 2017
  • Tombs of Kings of England not in England

    Outside of the traditional burial sites of Westminster Abbey and St George’s Chapel, Windsor, some English (and a British) monarchs are...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms26th October 2017
  • Mozart’s Visit to what became Buckingham Palace

    As part of the so-called ‘Great European Tour’ of the Mozart family, which began from Salzburg in June 1763 and extended...

    Blog PostsElizabeth Jane Timms29th August 2017
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