Government in Whose Name? Thoughts on How to Define Monarchy in Today’s Politics

Every Wednesday I take part in a Dungeons and Dragons game with a group of friends of mine. During the course of events, my character – a Minotaur ranger called Connochbar – somehow managed to become King of the Beastfolk. Excited at the prospect of building my own fantasy kingdom, I immediately set to work writing out how the government of said kingdom would function. As Minotaurs in the…
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King Charles III Screenshots Revealed

Okay, okay, it’s not something we like to think about. However, whether we like it or not, one thing is certain: one day The Queen’s lifetime of service to her country (and her fifteen other Realms) must come to an end. With that sad day, the line of British…
OpinionThe Sussexes

Why Prince Harry has every right to visit Meghan Markle

This is an opinion piece by Royal Central’s Deputy Editor Jamie Samhan  Once again, Prince Harry and his girlfriend, Meghan Markle are making headlines. This time the controversy stems over should Prince Harry have taken a detour to Toronto before heading back to London after his 2-week Caribbean tour. According to The Telegraph, their biggest issue is that Prince Harry broke Royal…
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FeaturesInsightThe Yorks

Who is Princess Beatrice of York?

Princess Beatrice Elizabeth Mary of York was born on 8 August 1988, as the first child of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and his wife, Sarah, Duchess of York. Beatrice has a younger sister, Eugenie, who was born in 1990. Princess Beatrice was named after Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, and her middle names come from her grandmothers. After Princess Charlotte of Cambridge’s birth in 2015, she…
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