British Royals

The Not Forgotten Association: a charity close to the Royal Family's hearts

The Royal Family are associated with a large number of organisations and charities, with these relationships often dating back many years. This is particularly true of the Not Forgotten Association, being celebrated this week on the official Royal Family social media accounts to mark Charity Tuesday. The origins of the association began in 1919, when Marta Cunningham, an American soprano…
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Sarah, Duchess of York signs seven-book deal with Australian publisher

Sarah, Duchess of York has signed a seven-book deal with Australian publisher Serenity Press. Serenity Press publisher Karen Mc Dermott said she was ‘delighted’ to welcome the royal to the company. ‘We are delighted to welcome the Duchess to our press,’ she said in a statement released on Wednesday. Embed from Getty Images ‘Her beautiful books are aligned with our core value…
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Sandringham looks to the future after historic summit

The eyes of the world were on Sandringham on Monday for a historic summit which would decide the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after the announcement they wanted to “step back” from being “senior royals”. The meeting between The Queen, Prince Charles…
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The Queen, Sussexes and Cambridges send messages of support to Australia as it battles a catastrophic bushfire crisis

The Queen, Sussexes and Cambridges have sent messages of support to Australians affected by the worst bushfire crisis in the country’s history. In the messages, the royals expressed their shock over the horrific conditions and praised firefighters, emergency workers and the thousands of volunteers who are still battling to put the blazes out. Embed from Getty Images Queen Elizabeth…
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The Royal 2010s: the Diamond Queen

The last decade has given the Windsor’s many happy reasons to celebrate, and the world has joined in on the fun as glamorous weddings were held and babies warmly welcomed. But undoubtedly, the biggest celebration was held for The Queen, herself. February 6, 2012, saw…
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The Royal 2010s: How social media changed royalty

The use of social media as a way to inform and communicate is possibly one of the most significant developments of the last decade. It has become crucial to the way organisations operate and it allows people from all over the world to communicate and share content on a variety of different platforms, including Twitter and Instagram. The British Royal Family have also embraced the use of social…
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