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Prince Charles and Camilla received their fair share, too—and personally responded to nearly 2,900.
Royal watchers can't text or email their favorite members of the House of Windsor, but there is one tried-and-true method devoted fans use to get in touch with the royals: good old-fashioned snail mail.It's a long-established tradition that those who write the royals ...
Plus, they detail that time she performed the Can-Can for the Queen Mother.
A young Princess Margaret's letters to her close friend, American socialite Sharman Douglas, have been unearthed. Detailing the royal's partying, misadventures, and love for her family, the correspondence provides a candid picture of Margaret's life between 1949 and 1950.In one of the ten letters, ...
You just might get a note back!
To say that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a busy year is quite the understatement. Just five months after their tradition-breaking royal wedding in May, the couple shared that they are expecting their first child next spring.Kensington Palace announced that Meghan is ...
"I cannot imagine anyone in their right mind leaving you for Camilla."
In 1996, the royal-watching world was shocked by Princess Diana and Prince Charles' divorce.A royal divorce is scandalous enough, but the details surrounding Charles and Diana's split were especially salacious, given Charles' years-long affair with his current wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, during his marriage to Diana. Diana confronted Camilla ...
Sometimes, a text message, an e-mail or a post on Facebook just won’t do. Express your feelings with elegance the old-fashioned way—through a letter.
Over the years, handwritten letters have been lovely expressions of elegance and intimacy, discretion and candor. At the heart of this tradition is a delicate alchemy, much like the joy of giving and receiving a gift. Letters, yellowed with age and kept ...