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Royal Central marks fifth birthday

Today marks five years since Royal Central first went to pixel. Having started life on Twitter under the name @RoyalFactsUK following the Diamond Jubilee, the interest from followers in the workings and day-to-day role of Monarchy grew rapidly. Mere months later, the first Royal Central website, providing commentary on the royal events of the day, was established. Five years on, and Royal…
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Royal Central changes ownership

Royal Central has undergone a change of ownership. Charlie Proctor, Editor-in-Chief of Royal Central, has become 100 per cent owner of the website following the departure of the site’s current Director. Speaking of the changes, Charlie Proctor said: “I would like to…
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Royal Central to change ownership

Royal Central is to undergo a change of ownership in July. Charlie Proctor, Editor-in-Chief of Royal Central, will become 100 per cent owner of the website following the departure of the site’s current Director. Speaking of the changes, Charlie Proctor said: “I would like to reassure all of our readers that the change in ownership will not affect our output or the way in which we work. “I…
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Royal Central targeted by fake news

It has been brought to the Editorial Team’s attention that certain content has been spreading on Facebook claiming to be from Royal Central, when in fact it is not. At this moment in time, it is our understanding that this issue is only affecting readers in…
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Royal Central reaches new milestone

Press Release: Royal Central reaches new milestone Royal Central is celebrating a milestone occasion as October 2016 saw us gain over one million hits across the globe. With a total count of 1.1m page views recorded in October, we overtook the total amount of views gained in…
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Royal Central unveils new Europe reporting team

Royal Central are pleased to unveil our new Europe team who will report the very latest news on the royal families of Europe. The Europe reporting team has now increased from one correspondent to three, led by a newly appointed Editor. Brittani Barger, who was previously…
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Royal Central marks fourth birthday

Today marks four years since Royal Central first went to pixel. Having started life on Twitter under the name @RoyalFactsUK following the Diamond Jubilee, the interest from followers in the workings and day-to-day role of Monarchy grew rapidly. Mere months later, the first Royal Central website, providing commentary on the royal events of the day, was established. Four years on, and Royal…
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