The Gloucesters

The Duchess of Gloucester pulls a tiara surprise with a long hidden emerald

There were several surprise tiara choices from the British Royal Family for the State Dinner held for the President and First Lady of Korea. The Princess of Wales wore the Strathmore Rose Tiara, which had not been seen for nearly a century. The Queen wore the Burmese Ruby Tiara, which Queen Elizabeth II commissioned in 1973. However, The Duchess of Gloucester also chose a piece that she rarely…
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How Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip took a trip back in time for an historic moment

Queen Elizabeth II celebrated many milestones throughout her historic, 70 year reign. One of Her Majesty’s most notable personal milestones was her Diamond Wedding Anniversary in 2007.  Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip marked their 60 years of marriage with a series of photographs recreating images taken on their 1947 honeymoon. They visited Broadlands to take the photos, where they…
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British Royals

Statue of Queen Elizabeth II unveiled by King Charles on emotional evening

The King and Queen attended the British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall and, while they were there, they unveiled two statues that are incredibly meaningful for the Royal Family. The King unveiled a statue of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, while The Queen helped unveil one of His Majesty’s father, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. The statues have been…
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King George V and the Cenotaph

The Cenotaph in Whitehall is one of the most recognisable war memorials in the world and King George V played a significant role in its unveiling in 1920. In 1919, Sir Edwin Lutyens designed a temporary wood and plaster monument to mark those who had died in the Great…
Prince & Princess of Wales

A walk in the treetops for Prince William in Singapore

The Prince of Wales wrapped up his trip to Singapore for the Earthshot Awards by visiting one of Singapore’s most popular natural sites.  Prince William visited the TreeTop Walk, a site that features a 25-metre-tall suspension bridge that overlooks Singapore’s largest nature reserve. The Central Catchment Nature Reserve is nearly 3000 acres of lowland forests and a freshwater swamp…
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