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Who Will Walk Meghan Markle Down the Aisle?

Truth be told, I’ve always been Team Doria. When we were all still wondering who would walk Meghan Markle down the aisle at the Royal Wedding I was hoping that her mum, Doria Ragland, would be included in the party making its way through St. George’s Chapel towards Prince Harry on May 19th. But never in the circumstances that now seem to be emerging. TMZ is tonight reporting that…
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TV Review: The Real Camilla

Can the story of Camilla ever be told without Diana? That’s the question I was left asking after watching The Real Camilla (ITV1, April 23rd). This documentary had unrivalled access to the Duchess of Cornwall throughout her 70th year so it seemed a bit of a shame that a chunk of its airtime was spent retelling the story of what happened behind palace doors in the 80s and 90s. And, personally, I…
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Royally Suited: Book Review

In reading Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan in their own words by Phil Dampier, you realise just how perfect these soon-to-be newlyweds are for each other. Divided into two sections, one for Prince Harry and one for Meghan Markle, Dampier has plucked quotes that highlight…
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Queen Margrethe will not abdicate anytime soon

Following the death of Prince Henrik, rumours that Queen Margrethe II of Denmark will abdicate have once again began circulating. These rumours have been around for some years stating that The Queen of Denmark would abdicate in favour of her eldest son and heir, Crown Prince Frederik, mostly due to her advanced age and the very high popularity of both the Crown Prince and his wife, Crown Princess…
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Top 5 royal related films

There have been many royal related films released over the years. I have listed below my top five royal associated films. The King’s Speech: The 2010 film starred Colin Firth as King George VI who struggles with his speech impediment and receives help from an…
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The Queen's Top Five Christmas Messages

The Queen’s Christmas Message, broadcast on television, radio, and the internet on Christmas Day, is a staple of the royal calendar. It is a tradition started by her grandfather, King George V and continued by her father, King George VI via radio broadcast. It wasn’t until the 1957 Christmas Message that they became televised. King George V delivered the first Christmas Message in 1932…
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