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Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s engagement interview: “Whatever in love means”

On the 3rd February 1981, Buckingham Palace announced what should have been one of the most joyous announcements of the century for the British monarchy – the engagement of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Forty years on, and Netflix has recently released the new series of ‘The Crown’, which highlights this momentous occasion and, in turn, once again brings attention to…
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The Legend of the ravens of the Tower of London

The Tower of London is famous for its ravens, also known as ‘The Guardians of the Tower’. This British myth is taken very seriously. Although, it is not known exactly where it originated from or how and when the ravens first took up residence at the Tower, legend has it…

Should the Duke of Cambridge have kept his positive COVID-19 results private?

It has recently been announced that the Duke of Cambridge tested positive for COVID-19 back in April, shortly after it was announced that the Prince of Wales had also contracted the virus. Prince Charles was the first British royal to contract the virus and decided to make his positive results public as he went on to self-isolate at his mansion – Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire where he and…
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Welsh house hiding an escape route used by the first Tudor king is up for sale

The beautiful coastal town of Tenby in southwest Wales is home to some brightly coloured historic townhouses with a history connected to King Henry VII and if you have a healthy budget of £1.25 million and are looking to relocate to this tranquil harbour spot, you could be the proud owner of this extraordinary piece of history. Tenby’s famous harbour townhouses rarely come on to the market…
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The Queen opens historic garden at Windsor Castle for the first time in forty years

As of the August 8th 2020 until September, weekend visitors to Windsor Castle will have the pleasure of enjoying the splendour of the East Terrace and Gardens which have been opened to the public for the first time since the 1970’s. These beautiful gardens have had numerous purposes over the centuries and have been opened to the general public on occasion over the years. However, this…
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