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Travelling Royal Babies

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:46:59 AM


As the son of international Royal couple, baby Sussex is likely to have a passport full of stamps before he turns five.

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Topics: Royal Babies

Nine Unusual Facts About The Crown Jewels

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:43:17 AM


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Topics: The Queen, Queen Victoria, The Crown Jewels

The Truth Behind 5 Mysterious Royal Deaths

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:40:33 AM


From cold-blooded murder to hundred-year-old mysteries, Royal families all over the world have histories seeping with mystery.

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Topics: Lord Mountbatten, Grace Kelly

The Remains of the Romanovs: Did Anastasia Survive?

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:36:50 AM


In July 1918, the last Russian Royal Family disappeared without a trace. The seven Romanovs, along with four servants, were kept in a secluded Siberian prison house with a high fence and blacked-out windows for over a year until, one day, they were gone.

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Topics: Romanovs

Who Killed the King of Nepal?

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:34:20 AM


It was a warm Friday evening on June 2001 in Kathmandu, Nepal and King Birendra Shah was looking forward to having a banquet with his friends and family.

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Was Princess Grace’s Fatal Crash Really an Accident?

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:31:50 AM


Grace Kelly won the role of a lifetime when she traded her Hollywood career for a tiara and married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, a small country surrounded by France and the Mediterranean.

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Topics: Grace Kelly

Who Killed Lord Mountbatten?

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:29:12 AM


It was a quiet, idyllic summer’s morning in Mullaghmore, a small coastal village in Ireland. The sea was calm, with fishing boats gliding gently along the surface of the bay.

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Topics: Lord Mountbatten

The Royal Butler: Trusted Servant or Thieving Scoundrel?

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:25:00 AM


Paul Burrell was Princess Diana’s personal butler, close friend and trusted confidant – so why was he discovered to be hoarding Diana’s dresses, photographs, postcards, crockery, paintings and other possessions in his house just a few short years after her death? Did Paul Burrell betray Princess Diana?

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Topics: Princess Diana, Paul Burrell

Getting too close: the story behind Princess Anne’s attempted kidnap

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:21:40 AM


It was a chilly night on March 20th, 1974 when Princess Anne left a movie premier with her new husband and ducked into a maroon limousine which would escort her back to Buckingham Palace. Little did she know this would be a night she would never forget.

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Topics: Princess Anne

Royal Superfan: Jonathan Thomas of Anglotopia

Posted by Nigel Brown on Oct 8, 2020 3:18:27 AM


When a monarchy is as illustrious as the British Royal Family, it’s no wonder they have some extremely dedicated admirers across the world.

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Topics: Royal Superfans