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Princess Beatrice's wedding photos are released

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have shared the first images of their surprise wedding. The couple married on July 17th 2020 at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in the grounds of the Windsor estate. The official photos were taken immediately after the 11am ceremony. Benjamin Wheeler / PA Handout One official photo shows the couple with The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, albeit…
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Prince Andrew's royal diary 'cancelled' after concerns over Epstein links

Royal engagements set to be carried out by the Duke of York in Northern Ireland have been cancelled according to reports from Sky News. Prince Andrew is due to visit this month but Sky is reporting that parts of his planned itinerary have been scrapped over the ongoing investigation into his links to the convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. It’s understood that the changes have been…
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Changes to the Royal Central website

Royal Central’s website has undergone a design change for the first time in four years. The new design, which makes navigation easier and loading quicker for readers, launched on 25th July – Royal Central’s seventh birthday. A few features of the new site…

How Royal Families are Adapting to the Digital Age

The digital transformations which have swept across the entire world would have appeared all but impossible only a few decades in the past. This is to say nothing about how those who lived during the Victorian Era would view our current methods of digital communication. However, some are under the misconception that royal families are hesitant to embrace such changes; instead favouring more…
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OBITUARY: Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg

On 5 January 1921, Jean Benoît Guillaume Robert Antoine Louis Marie Adolphe Marc d’Aviano, or the then Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, was born in Berg Castle in central Luxembourg to Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg and Prince Félix. He had four younger…
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Launching next week: Queen Victoria season at Royal Central

To celebrate the bi-centenary of Queen Victoria’s birth in 1819, Royal Central will be republishing some of our most popular posts of the past six years relating to one of Britain’s most loved historical figures. From looking at her early childhood to her marriage to Prince Albert, we will be bringing you features looking at all aspects of Victoria’s life. Royal Central’s…
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