British Royals

Another piece of Diana's iconic clothing up for auction

Another piece of Princess Diana’s wardrobe is up for auction and it’s a piece that many might recognise as an iconic moment in history – the pink blouse worn in her 1981 engagement portrait. The blouse is available to purchase as part of the Julien’s Auctions and Turner Classic Movies’ Hollywood Legends auction. According to Julien’s, it’s estimated the…
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Queen Camilla

Queen Camilla wears a gem with historic family connections for the start of the South Korean State Visit

As King Charles and Queen Camilla welcomed the South Korean President and First Lady to the UK, many couldn’t help but notice one particular accessory Her Majesty was wearing. It was the Russian Sapphire Cluster Brooch owned by her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II. Embed from Getty Images The Queen paired the brooch with a navy Anna Valentine coat and a feather-filled hat…
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King Charles III

A 75th birthday celebration fit for a King

It’s not every day one turns 75, but when one does, it’s a time for a grand celebration. It was a celebration fit for a king, in this case, as King Charles marked his 75th birthday. Embed from Getty Images The birthday celebrations began early in the week…

The story behind the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior

At the main entrance of Westminster Abbey lies the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, the body of an unknown British soldier from the First World War. On 11 November 1920, the body was brought from France to be buried at The Abbey. While there is one body that lies in The Abbey…
Princess Anne and Family

Princess Anne's special role as King Charles opens Parliament for the first time in his reign

As King Charles opened Parliament for the first time under his reign, his sister, The Princess Royal exercised a special role – that of ‘Gold-Stick-in-Waiting.’ Embed from Getty Images The role is that of a ceremonial bodyguard to the sovereign and is considered an honour. As the King and Queen Camilla left Buckingham Palace in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, Princess Anne…
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Queen Camilla

The special bond between Queen Camilla and the Poppy Factory

Every Remembrance Day, one might notice a particular flower appearing, a red poppy. Often put onto a pin, the poppy is now the universally recognised flowers of remembrance for those who gave their lives for their country. It has become a key piece of the royal family’s wardrobe every November. It dates back to 1921 when it was used to commemorate military members who died in battle.
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