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The process involved brewing a strong bowl of tea.
Earlier this fall, it was announced that Angela Kelly, the Queen's assistant and dresser, had been granted special permission to write a memoir about her experiences working in the Palace.Now, ahead of the book's publication date, the first excerpts from The Other Side of the Coin: ...
 
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"The Queen has very little time to herself and no time to wear in her own shoes, and as we share the same shoe size, it makes the most sense this way."
Being the Queen of the United Kingdom comes with more than a few perks. In addition to celebrating your birthday twice a year, and, you know, a vault of tiaras, the British monarch has someone to literally break in her shoes, so she doesn't ...
 
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The admiration goes both ways: Atwood said the Queen was an "inspiration to everybody."
Margaret Atwood has been taking a much-deserved victory lap as of late, what with the critical success of The Handmaid's Tale TV adaptation, and winning her second Booker Prize for The Testaments, the long-awaited sequel to The Handmaid's Tale. And now, she can add a royal honor, bestowed ...
 
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Andrews once took on the press herself—and won.
At the tail end of their royal tour of southern Africa, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made waves with an announcement that Meghan had filed a lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday.The complaint was over the Mail's publication of a private letter Meghan had written, but in a ...
 
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Fascinating details concerning the death of famous royals and their courtiers.
Several members of European monarchy have made their mark in history, not through the deeds they’ve done but through the bizarre manner of their deaths. Here are gory stories concerning the death of some of Europe’s most famous royals. Anne Boleyn’s executioner ...
 
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"Stuff happens," Harry said. "But look, we’re brothers. We’ll always be brothers."
In a new ITV documentary, filmed during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour of southern Africa, the royal couple offered surprisingly candid answers to personal questions. And while Harry & Meghan: An African Journey won't air in the U.S. until Wednesday, stateside viewers ...
 
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It underwent a serious restoration project to bring it back to its Victorian splendor.
Windsor Castle, the centuries-old royal residence, has just reopened the doors to its Inner Hall.Created in the 1820s by King George IV, the Inner Hall was once used to welcome official visitors to the Castle, but it was closed by Queen Victoria ...
 
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Queen Victoria was the first monarch to purchase Patek Philippe watches and started a trend among royals shortly after.
It’s a little known fact that Patek Philippe got its start with wristwatches through a woman named Madame Goscinska, who bought References No. 63, No. 64, and No. 65 in 1839. Back then, wristwatches were reserved for women who wore them as ...
 
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"You can see it in his eyebrows."
Baby Archie just turned five months old and hit another important milestone. Meghan and Harry's son recently attended his first playgroup class in Windsor.“I just took Archie for his first [playgroup] class," Meghan said at the annual Wellchild Awards in central London this evening. "It was ...
 
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A new parliamentary session began today, after the previous one—the longest continuous parliamentary session ever—came to a close.
Yesterday, the Queen attended the first State Opening of parliament in some time. (The previous session, which lasted 810 calendar days, was the longest in 400 years.)This formal occasion is the only regularly held event that brings the House of Lords, the House of Commons, and ...
 
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The sole example of the Tudor monarch's fashions was hiding in plain sight.
Imagery of Queen Elizabeth I's fashions have been well-preserved through her many portraits. Yet, when it comes to actual items of clothing, it was thought that nothing had survived—until very recently when a piece of altar cloth was identified as part of a ...
 
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He confirms with another video on Instagram.
Yesterday morning, Prince Harry posted a rather mysterious video on his Instagram account. This clip show singer Ed Sheeran ringing a doorbell, which plays the first notes of "God Save the Queen." Harry, wearing a light gray polo shirt, answers the door.Pleasantries sounding ...
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