Royal WeddingsSpain

Royal Wedding Flowers: Queen Letizia of Spain

Soft, striking and above all, symbolic. The wedding bouquet carried by the future Queen of Spain, Letizia Ortiz, at her royal wedding on May 22nd 2004 was filled with significance. From personal touches to nods to one of the oldest ruling dynasties in Europe, Letizia filled her posy with meaning. At the heart of her cascading bouquet were the iris and the lily, closely associated with the House…
Read more
British RoyalsFeaturesHistoryRoyal WeddingsThe Sussexes

Happy 2nd wedding anniversary to Harry & Meghan - take a look back at their special day

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are celebrating their second wedding anniversary. Harry and Meghan married on 19 May 2018 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. As the couple mark this milestone, Royal Central rewinds to their royal wedding. Engagement On 27 November 2017, Clarence House announced that Prince Harry would marry Meghan Markle in the spring of 2018. Meghan was given a bespoke…
Read more
HistoryRoyal Weddings

Royal History Mystery: George III's Secret Marriage?

George III is rather well-known as a British monarch – The King who lost America, the father of a very large family, the one who went mad. When people think of him, it either tends to be as the devoted family man he was in his early life or his quiet madness in later life. His marriage to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz was an enduring one, lasting 57 years until her death in 1818 and…
Read more
British RoyalsRoyal Weddings

The Royal Wedding Cake of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

It’s the cake that keeps on giving. The flower strewn bake that took centre stage at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on April 29th 2011 still makes its presence felt with slices of it popping up at auction with what seems like an almost metronomic regularity. But then there was plenty to go round as this was a whopper of a cake. Standing eight tiers tall and weighing in at over…
Read more