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William Adelin, son of Henry I, was one of those Princes and

An exhibition currently at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, but heading to Buckingham

The Royal Collection Trust has today announced that it will undertake a

Queen Victoria's mausoleum at Frogmore, Windsor, is to be restored so that

The famous Bayeux Tapestry is to be loaned to the UK for

A set of letters written by Elizabeth I and her courtiers about

Clandon Park, a stately home in Surrey which was mostly destroyed in

An investigation has begun to determine whether a headless skeleton, located in

A "lost" portrait of James I's favourite and lover, George Villiers Duke

Last night, MPs approved a bill to put a statue of suffragist

It was thought that Queen Victoria's wedding coronet was set to leave

A ring that is believed to have been gifted by Elizabeth I

One of the sports favoured by Henry VIII's is being brought back

What could be more ironic at Easter than the accidental discovery of

Archaeologists searching for another missing Monarch have discovered what could be King

The Culture Minister has temporarily banned Queen Victoria's wedding coronet from leaving

English Heritage wants one of the world's oldest equestrian events to be recognised

Henry VIII's doomed warship, the Mary Rose sank in 1545, with hundreds

A new interactive experience opens at Banqueting House tomorrow, 21st July, letting visitors

An appeal has been launched to save one of three surviving versions

A rare handwritten letter that details how Princess Elizabeth and Philip fell

Letters have revealed that Edward VIII did not feel he had deserved

A new exhibition at Kew Palace is to explore the royal education

The Queen has allowed a Royal Victorian Chain, which once belonged to Tsar

In a new docu-drama to be aired on the BBC next week,

One of the five tiltyard towers of Henry VIII's jousting arena has