The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex mark ANZAC Day

The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her Brother-in-Law, The Duke of Sussex, at Westminster Abbey on Thursday as they attended the ANZAC Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving. Prince Harry’s name was not on the Order Paper as his attendance was only confirmed hours before in case The Duchess of Sussex had gone in […]

The Royal Week Ahead: 22nd – 28th April

23rd April 2019 The Duke of Gloucester, as Patron of St George’s Society of New York, and The Duchess of Gloucester will attend a Dinner at Guildhall in London to mark the 125th Anniversary of the City of London Branch of the Royal Society of St George. 24th April 2019 The Countess of Wessex, as […]

Prince Charles warned of plastic danger 40 years ago

In an interview with Vanity Fair ahead of his 70th birthday on November 14th, Prince Charles has said that he warned about the dangers of plastic over 40 years ago though he explained that at the time he was dismissed as “out of touch” and “anti-science.” In the interview, The Prince of Wales explains that […]

Royal Summer Sights: Clarence House

So if you are wanting to visit Clarence House this Summer, then you need to get your skates on as the London home of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall is only open throughout August. That being said it is well worth the visit. Originally built between 1825-27 for The Duke of […]

Royal Summer Sights: Hever Castle

With over 700 years of History to offer and most famous for being the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Hever Castle and Gardens is the perfect family day out in Kent. In the 15th and 16th Centuries, Hever Castle was the home to one of the most powerful families in the country, the Boleyns. The […]

Royal Summer Sights: Kew Palace

It is the smallest of all Royal Palaces and is run and funded by Historic Royal Palaces which receives no funding from the Government or Crown nonetheless Kew Palace is a firm favourite of Royalty and History enthusiasts alike. After King George II and Queen Caroline was first attracted to Kew in the 18th Century, […]

Royal Summer Sights: Buckingham Palace

It’s the Summer, the sun is blazing, the kids are off school and you are frantically trying to find things to keep them occupied. Well, for every Royal enthusiast out there – young and old – there are plenty of Royally related sights to visit and enjoy and Royal Circular is going to keep you […]