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The spymaster who supported a counter-revolution

Philippe d’Auvergne’s life was that of a great adventurer. In his life, he rose through the ranks of the Royal Navy, saw service in the American Revolution, earned the confidence of an ageing duke, led the defence of his homeland against the barbarity of the French Revolution, funded the royalist cause, and marched with his contingent at the Battle of Waterloo. His is a life that is…
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Opinion: Top 10 best tiaras

Europe Editor, Brittani Barger gives her opinion on the top ten tiaras across the globe: 10: Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s Wedding Tiara I just love the simplicity of this piece, which fits so well with Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s personality. She wore it during her 2001 wedding, and it fit in seamlessly with Mette-Marit’s simple dress and little makeup. The bandeau, made…
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Charlie Proctor: It is high time we stop treating The Royal Family like celebrities

Royal Central’s Editor-in-Chief Charlie Proctor says it is high time we stop treating members of The Royal Family as celebrities and to instead consider them in the same light as any politicians or statespersons. What does the Duchess of Cambridge and Kim Kardashian have in common? Maybe more than we would like to admit! Both of these women regularly feature on the front pages of newspapers…
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Review: Harry and Meghan, A Royal Romance

If you were secretly hoping that the new Lifetime movie – Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance – would be good, I’m sorry to burst your bubble. The Crown it is not. There’s always an element of camp to Lifetime movies. The genre was basically built for it, and A Royal Romance is no exception. From Meghan insisting – in nearly every scene – that she’s an independent, strong, self-made…
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