Windsor Castle is the world’s largest and oldest occupied castle, dating back to c. 1070-86. It is where The Queen spends her weekends, Easter, and a week in June for the Order of the Garter and Royal Ascot at Windsor Castle. … Continue reading
Royal watchers have finally learned the name of the baby prince born to HRH The Duchess of Cambridge on Monday, 23 April 2018 (St George’s Day). Prince Louis Arthur Charles will be known as HRH Prince Louis of Cambridge. Louis, by the way, is pronounced the French way with the silent ‘s’.
I had hoped for a Prince Arthur and thought Philip and Michael would be the middle names in honour of his great-grandfather, HRH Prince Philip, and of his grandfather, Michael Middleton.
I am looking forward to watching Prince Louis grow up with his siblings. In the meantime, I hope the Cambridge family of five will be able to enjoy some time away from the spotlight.
Once again, I would like to thank the journalists and photographers who have kept us up to date on the arrival of the little prince. May all of you catch up on your sleep soon before the May royal wedding!
This year marked the 20th anniversary of the death of a beloved and iconic woman: Diana, Princess of Wales or ‘Princess Diana’. There’s been a fashion exhibition on her dresses at Kensington Palace, countless of documentaries and news articles, and … Continue reading
As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will arrive in Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg on Thursday, 20 July, I thought I would finally share photos from my exchange year of Heidelberg Castle (Schloss Heidelberg or Altes Schloss). Although the Cambridges are unlikely … Continue reading
One of the perfect Historic Royal Palaces (HRPs) to visit during Spring is Kew Palace within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It is open from 1 April to 1 October every year so be sure to visit soon whilst the … Continue reading