The Queen

"It didn't hurt at all" - The Queen takes the unusual step of speaking out on her heath, sharing her vaccination experience

The Queen has shared what it was like to get her COVID jab during a candid video conversation with health officials leading the deployment of the vaccine across the United Kingdom. Saying it “didn’t hurt at all,” Her Majesty, who was vaccinated along with the Duke of Edinburgh in January, also said the public should “think about other people rather than…
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Features

The Royal Central Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that tends to creep up on you by surprise, and with it being less than a week away – and our UK readers still on lockdown – you might be struggling for ideas. If you’ve got a royal enthusiast in your life, not to fear, because we’ve got plenty of royal gifts to bring some cheer this Valentine’s Day (and with the current…
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Features

The best of royal fiction

From Tudor palaces to Egyptian pyramids, there’s nothing like a good royal-themed novel to sweep you away to a new place when travel isn’t possible. The Royal Central team is sharing some of our recent favourite fiction picks. Kristin Contino, Chief…
Features

The Crown snags six Golden Globe nominations

The cast and crew of Netflix’s royal family drama The Crown have been honoured today with an impressive six Golden Globe nominations for its newest series, released in November 2020. The Crown led the television category with its six Golden Globe nods, and Netflix…
History

Which royals are buried at Frogmore?

Today the name Frogmore might be most associated with the cottage where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex used to live, but on the other side of the Frogmore estate, you’ll find the Frogmore Mausoleums and the Royal Burial Ground: home to the final resting places of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and many other members of the Royal Family. Frogmore sits in Windsor Home Park, about half a…
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British RoyalsThe Cambridges

Happy birthday, Catherine! 39 facts about the Duchess of Cambridge

The Cambridges are spending lockdown at Anmer Hall and a low-key family celebration is sure to be happening this weekend as Kate starts the last year of her thirties. Born on 9 January 1982 at Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, the Duchess marks her 39th year today. Read on for 39 facts about the Duchess (in no particular order). Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was christened at St Andrew’s…
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