Jul 22, 2016

Look: Prince George Looks Really Cute in His New Birthday Photos!


Kensington Palace released four new photographs of Prince George of Cambridge in time for his third royal birthday. Photographer Matt Porteous was commissioned to take the pictures from the Cambridges' family home in Norfolk earlier this July.

According to a spokesman for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, royal couple “hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs.” Their Royal Highnesses sincerely thanked everyone for the “lovely messages” sent to them on the prince’s third birthday.

4 Things to Do While in Balmoral Castle


Queen Elizabeth II calls Balmoral Castle their home every summer, staying here from July until September of each year. The Royal Deeside estate was purchased by Prince Albert in 1852. He fell in love with the property because it reminded him of his native land, Thuringia, Germany. He and Queen Victoria first leased the property. They eventually bought it outright for £32,000. The house was then enlarged to fit the growing family. After Queen Victoria died in 1901, the estate was inherited by his eldest son King Edward VII who also passed it on to King George V. King Edward VIII retained ownership of Balmoral (as well as Sandringham) after his abdication in 1936 until a financial settlement was struck that transferred ownership to his brother and successor, King George VI.  Today, this favorite royal residence is enjoyed and well-loved by thousands of guests who come to relish the estate’s panoramic landscape, the tranquil surroundings, and the opportunity to live like a royal, even for just a few days. So if you’re planning to make a trip here, take note of these 4 must-do activities that you shouldn’t forget!

Jul 21, 2016

These 20 Photos of a Young Prince William Will Make You Want to Adore Him Even More!


Nobody will ever argue that Prince William is as adorable as his cute brother Prince Harry, especially when they were children! Now, give yourself a treat and relish the good old days when William's cheeks were worth a pinch and their dear beautiful mom, Princess Diana, just can't stop but adore his eldest boy.

Jul 18, 2016

Visit Windsor Castle and be Amazed by its Imposing Rooms!

A stunning view of Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is the biggest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and a favorite royal residence of the British Royal Family for centuries. With its stately rooms filled with history and the colorful personalities that walked passed its august halls, there's no wonder than anyone visiting England won't miss the chance of dropping by Windsor Castle. Check out the Castle's stunning interiors here.

Jul 17, 2016

17 Facts About Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

From the 1920s until her death in 2002, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother had endeared herself to the public for her ready smile and chic fashion sense. She was the power behind the throne, a familiar figure that has kept the British Royal Family popular through the years. Let us celebrate the life of Queen Elizabeth II, forevermore Great Britain's eternally smiling queen.  

Jul 12, 2016

Take a Sneak Peek at Buckingham Palace's Opulent Rooms

A young Princess Elizabeth on her working table in her sitting room on Buckingham Palace.
Image: Getty

Buckingham Palace is the principal residence of every British monarch since the reign of King George III. Through the centuries, it has witness numerous festivities that highlighted the splendor that the world of royalty has to offer. The state rooms, used for official and state entertaining, are open to the public from August until September every year and on certain days in winter and spring. Let's take a sneak peek at the opulent state rooms of one of the world's most recognizable palaces!

Jul 11, 2016

Queen Elizabeth II's New Portrait by Nicky Philipps


Here is the new portrait of Her Majesty The Queen by Nicola Jane (Nicky) Philipps. This was commissioned by the Royal Company of Archers on the occasion of  Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday. In the painting, the Queen is wearing the robes of the Order of the Thistle while standing on top of the staircase of the Archer's Hall. Featured in the portrait, too, is the bust of Sir Walter Scott, who, helped the Royal Company play a ceremonial role for the Scottish visit of King George IV in 1822.
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