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The Royal Central Podcast: are we fair to royal women?

This week on the Royal Central Podcast, the debate is all about royal women. We ask whether royal women today get enough credit for their work and take a look back at the queens and princesses of the past to debate whether their fascinating lives can ever be truly uncovered after centuries of male dominated history. And do you count Jane Grey as a Queen of England or an unlucky lady? Join Moniek…
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The Diamond Engagement Rings of Windsor Brides

Today, we’re looking at some of the diamond engagement rings of Windsor brides. From Queen Elizabeth to Princess Beatrice, diamonds are a classic choice. Here’s Royal Central’s look at the sparkling rings of the brides of the House of Windsor. Queen Elizabeth II…
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"I like Ike!" President Dwight D. Eisenhower and royal orders

One of, if not the, most decorated man to have served as President of the United States was Dwight D. Eisenhower or “Ike” as he was commonly known. The reason for his long list of US and foreign honours relates to his time serving in World War Two where he was General, the Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, and helped orchestrate the…
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Why is the President of France Co-Prince of Andorra?

The Principality of Andorra, one of the world’s smallest countries, is located between France and Spain in the Pyrenees Mountains. The Principality is one of Europe’s least-known countries, with a population of around 76,000. Andorra is a rare modern example of a political system known as a diarchy, in which two people rule jointly. Other modern examples of a diarchy include Eswatini…
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