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The Wedding Dress of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

Some royal wedding dresses stand the test of time, others are always very much of the era they were worn but some are such instant hits that they take on a fame all of their own. The gown worn by the Queen’s only sister, Princess Margaret, for her wedding to photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones on 6 May 1960 at Westminster Abbey is definitely an outfit with its own place in history.
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Royal Baby Name: Louis

Well, we weren’t expecting that. After much speculation and endless guessing, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went and surprised everyone by picking the name Louis for their third child. The little prince’s first name has been pretty well used amongst the House of Windsor – as a middle name. But as a first name, it’s rather unusual. Here’s a look at little…
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Royal Baby Name Focus: James

It’s suddenly rising up the bookies’ lists and now we know that Baby Cambridge is a boy, the name James is getting a lot of love as a possible pick for the House of Windsor’s newest prince. Of course it’s got family credentials. The Earl and Countess of Wessex called their son James, and it’s the also name of the Duchess of Cambridge’s little brother. But it’s got plenty of…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Sarah, Duchess of York

The wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, on July 23rd 1986, was really rather floral indeed. We expect all brides to carry a bouquet but Sarah, unlike many women in recent royal history, chose to wear flowers in her hair, too. As she made her way into Westminster Abbey, this royal bride was surrounded by petals and all of them had special meanings for a very romantic wedding. Embed from…
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