Opinion

Being royal is the hardest job around

Royal Central’s Deputy Editor, Jamie Samhan, gives her opinion on why it would difficult to be royal.  Remember when you were growing up and you wanted to be a dolphin trainer, or a lawyer, or a police officer, or an astronaut? Now imagine not having that choice, not being able to decide where you wanted your life to head. That merely sums up as the life of a member of the Royal Family. I…
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A Life of Scandal: Ernest, Duke of Cumberland

Queen Victoria and those closest to her viewed her Uncle Cumberland with deep suspicion. Not just because he openly coveted the British throne, but because the Duke’s reputation was very black; his adult life was marked by a series of scandals and misdemeanours. Born in 1771, Prince Ernest, Duke of Cumberland was the fifth son of George III and Queen Charlotte, a younger brother to Kings George…
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InsightThe Queen

Does The Queen own a McDonalds?

Her Majesty The Queen is in possession of many diverse and varied items from the country’s swans, to thousands of acres of property around the world. Oh yes, and a McDonalds franchise! Technically, as the franchise is located 80 miles outside London in Banbury Gateway…
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The Crown, Volume I: Book Review

If you have ever watched an episode of the hit Netflix series The Crown and wondered “Did that actually happen?” then look no further: notable royal historian and biographer Robert Lacey has written an official companion to the series. The Crown, Volume I: Elizabeth II…
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Meghan Markle: The Humanitarian

By this point, we are familiar with Meghan Markle, the American beauty who has captured Prince Harry’s heart. However, most times she is referenced as an Actress as her most recognised role is Rachel Zane on Suits, but Meghan is far more. One of Meghan’s biggest passions is her humanitarian work, a trait she shares with Prince Harry. Just last year, Meghan became a global ambassador…
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5 ways the British Monarchy will be shaped

The monarchy always must look towards the future in order to stay alive. The must change with the times without losing the tradition on which they stand. Here are just five ways the British Monarchy will shape the future. WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF THE QUEEN LIVES TO CELEBRATE HER PLATINUM JUBILEE? On 6th February 2022, The Queen would celebrate 70 years on the throne; she would be 95-years-old. As of…
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