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A Week in Royal History

Royal history has a habit of making the headlines and tales from the past can still match for excitement and interest anything that the present can produce. From Tudor discoveries to Georgian reunions, the past week has had plenty of treats for history fans. Royal Central rounds up some of the biggest stories from the world of royal history this week. The Royals Go To Brighton The Queen began…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Princess Eugenie's Choices

With just days to go until the second royal wedding of 2018, it’s time to get very excited indeed about all things bridal. All eyes will be on Princess Eugenie of York on October 12th as she walks into St George’s Chapel, Windsor for her marriage to Jack Brooksbank, and while the gown and tiara will be getting plenty of glances, there’s one thing that really seals a royal nuptial…
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In full: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visit to Australia

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex head off on their first overseas tour as a married couple in just a few weeks’ time and we now have more details on just what Harry and Meghan will get up to when they visit Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. The tour, which takes place between October 16th and 31st, has a packed itinerary and Royal Central is breaking it down for you in easy to enjoy chunks…
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Part of the Battle of Bosworth site to be built on by developers

It’s where Richard of York gave battle in vain, the place where English history changed forever. But now the site of Battle of Bosworth is facing changes of its own after local councillors gave the go ahead for a vehicle test track to be constructed in the area. Technology company, Horiba MIRA, had asked for permission to construct a site for testing driverless vehicles at its Leicestershire…
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