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History comes alive through the eyes of royal women
History comes alive through the eyes of royal women

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Sidonie of Saxony was born on 8 March 1518 as the daughter of Henry IV of Saxony and his wife, Catherine of Mecklenburg. Sidony was their third daughter, and she had a total of five siblings. On 17 May 1545, Sidonie married Duke Eric II of…

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It doesn’t matter who they are, this film about two brothers and the mum they lost too early is very human and moving

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Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy is currently available on ITV player. This may be geo blocked, so you may have to use something like Hola to unblock it. Click here

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Between 1308 and 1485, nine women were married to kings of England. Their status as queen offered them the opportunity to exercise authority in a manner that was denied to other women of the time. This book offers a new study of these nine queens and…

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Forget the future of the Monarchy, divorce, the constitution. The most important thing Diana did, says Beatrix Campbell, was to give countless silent women a voice

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They had cut short their holiday by a day to try and shake off the relentless attentions of the pack. But as they made yet another hurried getaway, disaster struck

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Front pages from Cape to Cairo, Rio to Hong Kong

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Nearly 20 years on from their mother’s death, William and Harry have spoken about their grief and childhood memories

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Kew Palace is perhaps one of London’s treasures, a lovely red building in the middle of a huge park with a ton of royal history.  It was originally a much larger complex, but the main building, known as the Dutch House, survives to this day. It was…
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