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King Charles is changing a royal rule.
Looks like King Charles is about to make some changes when it comes to the royal family. The Telegraph reports that Charles wants to change a law regarding who can serve as an official stand-in should he be "indisposed."Some background: Under the 1937 Regency ...
China's diplomats are not allowed inside Parliament or Westminster Hall.
According to a BBC report, a Chinese government delegation has been banned from attending the lying-in-state of Queen Elizabeth II. Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle allegedly refuse a request for access over Chinese sanctions against five British ministers of parliament and two peers, according to ...
It's sure to be an unbearable week of American television.
(Permanent Musical Accompaniment To The Last Post Of The Week From The Blog’s Favourite Living Canadian)Once the new king is crowned and invested, Great Britain’s percentage of King Charleses that they beheaded will drop from 50 percent to 33 percent. (For the moment, anyway) ...
The letter is hidden in a vault since 1986. 
In a secret vault in Sydney’s historic Queen Victoria Building, there is a secret letter penned by the late Queen Elizabeth II, encased in a glass envelope, and is not meant to be opened for 63 years or until 2085. The letter, ...
One Charles was the only British monarch ever executed.
In the wake of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles is now automatically King Charles III, ruling over the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. His coronation is not immediate but will be held months later, in accordance with Operation Unicorn. ...
There’s always a Filipino connection.
The passing of Queen Elizabeth II is reverberating in many places around the world, especially in the Commonwealth and its old colonies. In the Philippines, royal watchers are also mourning the death of Britain’s longest-serving monarch. Except for that brief time when Britain ...
Come home, Meghan. Hollywood loves you.
What a hump day for news! Here's what's up: The Oscars will not have a "traditional host" this year, for the second year running, much to my deep chagrin. Just before heading into the Television Critics Association winter press tour, ABC Entertainment ...
The story about how Mexico’s monarchy lasted for less than a year.
On September 27, 1821, Agustin de Iturbide and his Army of the Three Guarantees marched into Mexico City and declared the nation’s independence from Spain. He was later installed as the monarch of the First Mexican Empire, tasked with bringing order to ...
Owned by different matriarchs from the Russian and British royal families, the Vladimir Tiara has survived a revolution, smuggling, and many redesigns.
With the recent centennial anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the world can’t help but reflect on what is indisputably one of the most perplexing periods in history, and of course, the infamous family caught in the middle of it all—the Romanovs. Today, ...
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