Palaces & Buildings

Lost parts of King Henry VIII’s home found in church

Panels from the long-vanished Tudor royal residence Chelsea Place have been discovered in an English country church. The panels bear the insignia of Anne of Cleves, Anne’s monogram, the emblem of the Duchy of Cleves and a snarling lion’s head and were likely made for her and installed on her orders in one or more of the royal residences that she lived in for the last part of her life.
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Palaces & BuildingsThe Queen

Palaces to host largest-ever exhibition of Queen's wardrobe

The Queen’s official residences are to host the largest-ever exhibition of The Queen’s wardrobe starting on 21 April, Her Majesty’s 90th birthday. Beginning at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen’s official Scottish residence, the exhibition will show a selection of Her Majesty’s dresses and accessories from significant occasions throughout her reign.
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Palaces & Buildings

Take a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace

Members of the public can now take a tour of Buckingham Palace from the comfort of their own living room after a new online virtual reality experience was launched this week. The new initiative allows people to take a look at some of the most famous rooms in the palace…
Palaces & BuildingsPrince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles’s Scottish home “devastated” by floods

After 14 years of work on the garden of The Prince of Wales’ Scottish home, flooding has washed away all the restoration work. Last week during an impromptu visit to Ballater, Prince Charles told a butcher in the flood-hit Aberdeenshire town that the gardens at Birkhall were “devastated” when a river broke its banks. While he put on a brave face saying that is was the…
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British RoyalsPalaces & BuildingsPrince Charles and CamillaPrincess Anne and FamilyThe CambridgesThe Duke of EdinburghThe QueenThe SussexesThe WessexesThe Yorks

Royal Family attend Christmas Day Church service

Embed from Getty Images The Queen and other senior members of the royal family came together on Christmas morning as they attended the traditional Christmas day service at Sandringham’s nearby church. Her Majesty arrived at the church by car, whilst the other royals travelled by foot. She walked into St Mary Magdalene church wearing a bright red coat with a transparent umbrella to protect her…
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