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5 luxury perfumes worthy of a queen

Many people understand members of the royal family rarely use any fragrance for formal occasions. It makes sense: perfumes create a different smell around them and can set the mood and influence the decisions of others. Furthermore, everyone has a personal preference for Eau de Toilette. While for some people, light, floral fragrances are the height of taste and style, for others, oriental…
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Take a look at Fabergé’s Easter Eggs - extraordinary creations of beauty which continue to fascinate

Probably best known for the exquisite Easter eggs that he crafted for the Russian Imperial house of Romanov, Peter Carl Fabergé was Russia’s premier master goldsmith at the beginning of the twentieth century, the House of Fabergé having been founded in St. Petersburg by his father, Gustav Fabergé in 1842. Although Fabergé would go on to design spectacular objects of ornamentation such…
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Opinion

The Queen’s biggest mistake of the last decade was allowing Charles & Andrew to oust Lord Geidt from the Royal Household

For as long as there has been a monarchy, there has been turbulence with the Royal Household having to deal with a variety of crises that land at their door. The most pressing issue for The Queen, and indeed the entire institution, is the Duke & Duchess of Sussex and the serious allegations they have raised about the workings of the royals. In my opinion, this situation could have been…
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The Queen's Consent and legislative veto powers explained

Much has been made of the Queen allegedly blocking a law from being passed in the 1970s, claims which Buckingham Palace says are “simply untrue”. According to documents seen by The Guardian, The Queen’s personal lawyers successfully persuaded ministers to change a draft law in order to conceal her private wealth. These ‘veto’ powers have been around for centuries and are part of…
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