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Rachel Knowles
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Historical romance author and Regency History blogger
Historical romance author and Regency History blogger

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I've written a new post about the Haymarket Theatre in Regency London.

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The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in #Regency #London new post

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I've written a new post about the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in #Regency #London #history

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My latest newsletter is out now, announcing some exciting news: What Regency Women Did For Us is now available for pre-order! 

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My latest newsletter is out now, announcing some exciting news: What Regency Women Did For Us is now available for pre-order! Also an article on the origin of the phrase 'red herring'.

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The life and career of the celebrated hero of the Battle of Trafalgar - Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson. New post

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A new post about the hero of Trafalgar - Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson

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Interesting article on Jane Austen's eyesight on the BBC website today. #Austen

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We visited Kensington Palace in London last week and I've since updated my guide as it was completely out of date with what you can see. If you're a fan of Diana, Princess of Wales, there is currently a fashion exhibition on which proving very popular. Think big queues, especially at peak times! On the downside, Victoria Revealed is currently closed and won't reopen until June when a new exhibition called Enlightened Princesses is due to open. 

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Here's my new updated guide to Kensington Palace #London. The Victoria Revealed exhibition is closed until June but there's a popular fashion exhibition celebrating the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, currently on - but beware of the queues! The new exhibition opening in June called Enlightened Princesses sounds worth a visit.
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