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Royal Central readers show off their royal memorabilia - part 2

In a second edition, Royal Central has once again asked viewers to share their unique and rare pieces of royal memorabilia. From King George V’s coronation to royal weddings, our readers have no shortage of collectables. If you are interested in having your memorabilia shared with Royal Central, regardless of which monarchy, please contact Royal Central on social media or…
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Who's playing who in series four of The Crown?

Sunday is the premiere of series four of the hit Netflix show The Crown, and it will focus on the time period between 1977 and 1990. Lady Diana Spencer will be introduced, and viewers will see Margaret Thatcher’s premiership. Events that will be depicted include the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, their 1983 tour of Australia and New Zealand, the Falklands War, and Michael…
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Royals and their celebrity friends

We’ve seen hundreds of photos of members of the Royal Family, and sometimes, we see them hanging out with other famous faces. Royal Central is taking a look at royals and what celebrities they consider friends. The Duchess of Sussex and Priyanka Chopra-Jonas Embed from Getty Images Priyanka and the Duchess first became friends in early 2016 at an event all about women, the annual…
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History of Royal Titles: the Dukedom of Cambridge

The Duke of Cambridge is one of the six current royal dukedoms in the United Kingdom and is named after the city of Cambridge in England. It was created in 1660, replacing the earlier title of the Earl of Cambridge. It was first granted by King Charles II (following the Restoration of the monarchy) to his infant eldest nephew, Charles Stuart, who was the first son of the Duke of York (later…
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