Doctor Who's Royal Adventures

It’s one of the biggest shows on British TV but even The Doctor needs a royal helping hand ever now and again. Doctor Who has been whirling on to our TV screens for over fifty years and in that time the travelling Time Lord, in all his incarnations, has had plenty of encounters with regal figures – and not all of them confined to the small screen. In 2013 alone, there were three…
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Tales of the Tower: Anne Boleyn

Royal Central’s Halloween season begins with a story of adultery, beheadings, and ghostly apparitions. Here is Anne Boleyn’s Tale of the Tower. She was the second wife of King Henry VIII and the mother of Queen Elizabeth I, but ultimately Anne Boleyn met her fate…

Royal Central's Halloween season: a preview

Two weeks tomorrow will be the 31st October, more popularly known as Halloween or All Hallows Eve or All Saints Eve, everyone has a different name for it. Anne Boleyn is said to haunt the Tower of London. There are many popular traditions at Halloween; trick or treating, apple bobbing and carving a pumpkin. But Royal Central wanted to get in on the act and give our readers two weeks worth of…
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The Kents

The Duke and Duchess of Kent: a brief history

In this piece, we take a brief look at The Duke and The Duchess of Kent. Edward George Nicholas Paul Patrick was born in 1935, the first born of Prince George, and Princess Marina, daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece; this makes The Duke first cousin to both The Queen and…
The Cambridges

William remembers Diana at a special charity event

The Duke of Cambridge has spoken of the pride his mother would have had in an organization she helped launch 21 years ago. Addressing those gathered to mark the special anniversary of Child Bereavement UK, William said he understood the importance of their work even more now that he himself was a father. The Duke of Cambridge was in London to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Child Bereavement UK…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles stands firm and opts out of State Banquet with Chinese President

The Prince of Wales is opting not to attend next week’s State Banquet honouring Chinese President Xi Jinping. Clarence House did not provide any reason as to why Prince Charles will not attend besides the following: “The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have significant involvement in the State Visit by The President of The People’s Republic of China.” The various…
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