British RoyalsFeaturesHistory

Death of a King: George III

He remains Britain’s longest ruling king but the real character of the monarch whose reign ended exactly two centuries ago remains shrouded by the long standing claim that he was mad. George III, whose time on the throne encompassed some of the biggest social changes seen in Britain for decades, died 200 years ago today. The king’s end was sad and quiet. George had been living at…
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British RoyalsFeaturesThe Kents

Personal secretary needed for The Queen's cousin, Princess Alexandra

If you’ve ever dreamed of working directly with a member of the Royal Family, now is your chance. Princess Alexandra’s household is hiring for a “discreet” and experienced personal secretary based at her home in Richmond. The job requires 37.5 hours a week, Monday through Friday, and pays between £30,000 – £33,000, dependent on experience. As patron for more…
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European RoyalsPrince Charles and Camilla

Royals gather to commemorate 75th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Royals from all over Europe gathered yesterday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Those in attendance were the Duchess of Cornwall, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of the Belgians, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, King Willem-Alexander and…
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British RoyalsThe Cambridges

The Duchess of Cambridge releases two portraits of Holocaust survivors for Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Duchess of Cambridge has released two photographs of Holocaust survivors in honour of Holocaust Memorial Day 2020. The photos, taken earlier this month at Kensington Palace, are part of a larger exhibit that will open later this year—conceived by Jewish News, the Royal Photographic Society, and the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. Kate photographed two survivors who later settled in…
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