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Learn to dress like a royal through free online course from the University of Glasgow

While the ‘Kate effect’ and ‘Meghan effect’ has fashionistas racing to their laptops every time the duchesses step out in a new ensemble, royal fashion lovers rejoice, as there is a new way to indulge in your passion. The University of Glasgow has collaborated with Historic Royal Palaces to develop a five-week online course and best of all it is free! The course, A History of Royal…
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British RoyalsHistoryPrincess Anne and FamilyThe CambridgesThe Queen

Tiara Focus: Cartier Halo Tiara

The Cartier Halo Tiara earned its way into the royal history books when it was worn by Miss Catherine Middleton when she married Prince William in 2011. Commissioned by the Duke of York, Queen Elizabeth II’s father in 1936, from the House of Cartier, the tiara is made from 1000 diamonds and platinum. Embed from Getty Images Three narrow bands of brilliant cut diamonds form the base, which is…
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Royal baby rewind: Looking back at the birth of Prince Harry

As we flipped our calendars over to April, the official countdown to the arrival of the baby of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially began. While we wait for news on Baby Sussex, who is due, any minute, let’s look back on the birth of the father, Prince Harry. Embed from Getty Images The Announcement On the 13th of February, 1984, Palace officials released a press statement saying the…
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Daphne Dunne dies days after recieving birthday wishes from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Her special relationship with Prince Harry won her fans around the world and earned her the nickname “Harry’s favourite Aussie” and just days after celebrating her 99th birthday with a special message from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Daphne Dunne has passed away. Daphne died on Monday at Sydney Adventist Hospital, where she had been for the last two months battling a severe…
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