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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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British RoyalsThe Yorks

Princess Beatrice visits Dyslexia Centre

On Friday, Princess Beatrice met with local school children who are assisted by Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity, before calling into the founder’s house for tea. She met with children from across Farnham, to hear how the specialist 1:1 tuition they have been receiving from the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity Centre has helped them to find new ways forward that work around their dyslexia and play to…
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British RoyalsThe Sussexes

Duchess of Sussex's fans throw an online baby shower and charities are the big winner

An online, global baby shower for the Duchess of Sussex has started on Twitter, leaving a charity “floored” by the number of donations it has received. Kicking off on Sunday, Twitter user Freepeeper urged royal fans to celebrate the UK’s Mother’s Day by making a donation to charities associated with the Duchess of Sussex, in honour of Meghan and Harry’s first baby who is expected to…
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