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Buckingham Palace's first Royal Cookbook: Royal dining for the domestic kitchen

<![CDATA[Christmas came early as, to my sheer joy and pure delight, the perfect little white puffy package was waiting for me in the mailbox, straight from the gates of Buckingham Palace. After months of anticipation, I carefully opened the package to find my very own copy of the Palace's first official cookbook, A Royal Cookbook – Seasonal recipes from Buckingham Palace. I would not…
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Sweden

A christening for Sweden's Princess Leonore

<![CDATA[Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 31, and her husband, Christopher O'Neill, a New-York-based financier, arrived in Stockholm early Tuesday in anticipation of their daughter Leonore's christening on 8 June. The cherub-cheeked three-month-old, who is fifth…
Prince Charles and Camilla

Day Two: Charles and Camilla's personal interest engagements

<![CDATA[ After the morning’s military engagements, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall took a little time to indulge in causes that pertain to their personal interests. After meeting military families and their support teams at the Military Family Resource Centre, His Royal Highness received a personal tour of the Halifax Public Gardens. Filled with many exotic and…
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The Cambridges

Prince George rests before his first official royal engagement

<![CDATA[The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's little prince is set to attend his first official royal engagement in a few short hours, and in the most engaging company. Having spent a day of rest with his parents – to recover from their long 30-hour flight – in an undisclosed location, Prince George will hopefully be in tip top shape to meet ten new little playmates, all born…
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Insight

Victoria Arbiter: Living at Kensington Palace

<![CDATA[People often ask me what it was like living at Kensington Palace and, in the past, I’ve responded in a somewhat blasé fashion. However, the passage of time has given me the opportunity to appreciate what a truly unique experience it was. Much as the…
History

Prince Albert – A truly remarkable man

<![CDATA[In recent years, there seems to have been a surfeit of books and documentaries presenting a very unjust image of Prince Albert as a dour and humourless man, driven by a desire for power, and with little understanding of his children’s needs. Although this appears to be a recent phenomenon, it is in fact nothing new but rather a repetition of the misconceptions and slanders repeated…
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