Lilibet Diana’s parents cause an international incident over her name

A week ago today, an announcement was posted on the Archewell website to announce the birth of Harry and Meghan's second child. Here is the official statement in full: “It is with great joy that Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, welcome their daughter, Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, to the world. … Continue reading Lilibet Diana’s parents cause an international incident over her name

William and Harry’s responses to the Dyson report

Last week, a report detailing Martin Bashir and the BBC's actions surrounding getting the famous Princess Diana Panorama interview in 1995 was released. This report is called the Dyson report because it was prepared by high-profile lawyer and judge John Dyson (Lord Dyson). Lord Dyson was asked by the BBC to independently investigate if there … Continue reading William and Harry’s responses to the Dyson report

Weekly Royal Roundup

Hi there and Happy Victoria Day! Not sure where in the world you are, but today is a holiday in Canada. It's supposed to commemorate the birthday of Queen Victoria, whose birthday was May 24. It's also the holiday used to commemorate the official birthday of the monarch, regardless of the current monarch's birthday. The … Continue reading Weekly Royal Roundup

Princess Beatrice announced her pregnancy on Harry and Meghan’s wedding anniversary

Welcome to the petty Olympics!!! This morning, the British Royal Family social media accounts announced the news that Princess Beatrice of York is expecting a baby with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. https://www.instagram.com/p/CPDH9NkHc_x/ Here is the quick briefing note on their relationship: Princess Beatrice is the daughter of two of the Worst British Royals, Sarah … Continue reading Princess Beatrice announced her pregnancy on Harry and Meghan’s wedding anniversary

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Queen Elizabeth attended the State Opening of Parliament With Charles AND Camilla! This year's State Opening of Parliament was very different from previous years. There were no carriages. There was little pomp. The House of Lords was sparsely populated and there were almost no guests. Queen Elizabeth didn't wear the George IV State Diadem, which … Continue reading Weekly Royal Roundup

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Prince Michael is in justifiably hot water On Saturday evening, an investigation regarding Prince Michael of Kent was released by the Times. It detailed Prince Michael agreeing to provide a (fake) company connections with Vladimir Putin and Russia via Michael's status as a British royal and relationships with lots of powerful people in Russia in … Continue reading Weekly Royal Roundup