Meghan Markle has tried yet again to steal focus away from Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, the monarchy as it commemorated the yearly Garter Day Ceremony. Despite knowing that there was a serious royal event on the calendar, an organization Meghan “secretly” visited in The Netherlands released previously unseen pictures. It was seemingly another blatant attempt to try and take the media spotlight away from the crown. It failed. Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended the Garter Day Ceremony at Windsor Castle, along with her husband Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of … Continue reading Meghan Markle Tries Again to Steal the Media Spotlight Away from Catherine, Camilla and the Monarchy on Garter Day. It Fails.
Prince Charles was mobbed by a crowd of well-wishers while in East Market while undergoing a royal engagement for his foundation, The Prince’s Trust. Given that he opened Parliament just the day before, stepping in last minute for his mother Queen Elizabeth II, it seems like despite some concerns, England is ready to embrace King Charles III. When it comes to royal engagements, it’s usually the younger royals and especially the women who seem to gather the most attention. Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, is generally going to generate more attention on a royal visit than Prince Charles, even though … Continue reading Support for King Charles III Grows – The Prince of Wales is Mobbed by Well-Wishers During Royal Engagement
It has been reported that Prince Charles is lending Prince Andrew millions to help him settle the sexual assault claim made by Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Though Charles and the rest of the royal family hoped that the Duke of York would settle the lawsuit without going to trial, to avoid further embarrassing the royal family, the decision to provide his brother with such a large loan may perhaps be the first mistake of his reign as king. The royal family has struggled under the weight of a variety of scandals the last couple of years, including Megxit, cash for honours … Continue reading ￼Is Prince Charles Making His First Mistake as King? Prince of Wales Lending Millions to Prince Andrew for Sex Assault Scandal Payout
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, has made the decision to permanently move to Windsor Castle, the ancient royal residence that has existed since William the Conqueror crossed the English Channel in 1066. It’s another sign that the monarchy is beginning the painful process of transitioning from her long and storied reign to that of King Charles III. At the beginning of the pandemic, the Queen left her main home of Buckingham Palace in London for the seclusion of Windsor Castle, where she can be well-monitored and protected from infection. Now, it looks like that move will become permanent. It was … Continue reading ￼The Queen’s Swan Song – Monarchy Begins the Transition, as Her Majesty Permanently Relocates to Windsor as She Enters the Twilight of Her Reign
On the morning of February 6, 1952, Princess Elizabeth became Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. She has served selflessly ever since. As she commemorates her 70 years on the throne, she is using the opportunity to point to the future, announcing her desire that Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, would be titled as Queen, despite previous indications that she would simply be known as Princess Consort. Queen Elizabeth took over the crown during a rather turbulent time, just a decade ago her uncle King Edward VII abdicated the throne and the country was still recovering from the Second World War, … Continue reading The Queen Commemorates 70 Glorious Years on the Throne by Looking Towards the Future, Tells the U.K. that Camilla Will Be Queen
Queen Elizabeth II has been advised by physicians to take a two week break from royal duties, which will hopefully give her enough time and energy to attend the Remembrance Day Ceremony, something she has rarely ever missed. It’s just … Continue reading Told to Rest for Two Weeks, Is the Royal Family Ready for Life Without The Queen?
It’s been a week since the funeral of Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, the much beloved patriarch of the family. Though the official mourning period has ended, The Queen is no doubt very much missing her husband but, as they say, the show must go on. Today, the Queen has already had her social media team take steps to reflect the new reality of her now solo reign. It’s both a reflection of the partner she’s lost and a sign that the monarch is going through a season of change. On the official Royal Family social media accounts, there was a smiling … Continue reading Queen Elizabeth II Going Solo on Social Media, Future of the Monarchy in Question