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The Perennial Allure of the Royal Family by Gill Paul

Posted on: 06/12/2017 with tags: Another Woman's Husband, Gill Paul, Royal family, The Windsors, Wallis SImpson, 20th Century, Modern

The public euphoria at the engagement of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle is proof, were any needed, that our fascination with the Windsor family is as strong as ever. But why should this be? Monarchs no longer have the power to order beheadings or start wars and crusades. The Queen has, at best, minimal influence on her government and every now and again the newspapers get on their high horses about how much she and her relatives cost the taxpayer. But if polls are to be believed, it’s a price mos…

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Royal births, christenings and scandals

Posted on: 12/07/2013 with tags: Royal family, Steve Berry, The King's Deception

With the next royal to be added to the line of succession expected to make his or her way into the world any day now, and with the buzz of expectation reaching fever pitch, we decided to explore other royal births, christenings and scandals. Here are some of the interesting facts we discovered: The last baby to be born in a royal palace was Lady Sarah Chatto, daughter of Princess Margaret. She was born in Kensington Palace on 1st May, 1964. Queen Victoria was the first royal to give birth under…

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