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The Royal Family’s Diet Secrets Will Surprise You Guess who’s the “foodie?”

The Royal Family’s Diet Secrets Will Surprise You Guess who’s the “foodie?”

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Everyone's obsessed with the Royal Family right now — from The Crown to Ryan Murphy's upcoming Charles-and-Diana season of Feud, we can't get enough of the British monarchy on our TV screens. Our daily dose of Prince George and Princess Charlotte cuteness doesn't hurt things either, but beyond the scandals, the fashion, and the history, the food is actually pretty interesting, too. Their dietary habits may not be information you thought you needed in your life, but trust us: you do. We learned last week that Queen Elizabeth always travels with her favorite cake (also, is now our hero), but the monarch's former chef, Darren McGrady, has spilled even more deets on the family's diet. And given that he served the Queen for 11 years, you're going to want to hear what he has to say. Wh
Princess Diana‘s legacy lives on at Kensington Palace

Princess Diana‘s legacy lives on at Kensington Palace

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Kensington Palace Opens Gorgeous Garden in Memory of Princess Diana Princess Diana‘s legacy lives on at Kensington Palace. On Thursday, a temporary garden opened at the late royal’s former London home. Named the “White Garden,” the floral display is set in Kensington Palace’s sunken garden, which is just next to the palace’s visitor entrance. The White Garden will be in place from Easter weekend to September of this year. Kensington Palace’s head gardener, Sean Harkin, conceived and designed the White Garden, which features white tulips, daffodils and scented hyacinths — 12,000 bulbs were planted last fall to create the display. Harkin’s inspiration came from a desire to do something at Kensington Palace to honor Diana in the 20th anniversary year of her death. “My team
Honeymoon Strife And The Distant Cousin He Asked To Marry: 6 Things You Didn’t Know About The Prince

Honeymoon Strife And The Distant Cousin He Asked To Marry: 6 Things You Didn’t Know About The Prince

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Royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith uncovers unknown revelations about the future King in her latest tome, Prince Charles. In an authoritative and deeply researched account of the life of the man who is next in line to the English throne, royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith uncovers six unknown revelations about the future King in her latest tome, Prince Charles. He was rejected by his distant cousin Amidst his heartbreak over watching his beloved Camilla Shand marry Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973, Charles sought solace in the suggestion of his great-uncle Lord Dickie Mountbatten that he refocus his sights on Mountbatten's granddaughter, the 15-year-old Amanda Knatchbull. Charles was indeed impressed by how beautiful she'd become, and wrote to Dickie that he deemed Amanda "incre...
US-born author says that without the “tragedies and strictures” of their father’s life, “Meghan and Kate would have been inconceivable.”

US-born author says that without the “tragedies and strictures” of their father’s life, “Meghan and Kate would have been inconceivable.”

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Why Prince William and Kate's marriage is a sign of a modern monarchy Prince Harry's romance with Meghan Markle and Prince William's marriage to Kate would have been "inconceivable" if Prince Charles had not suffered trouble in his first marriage, according to the future King's biographer. Sally Beddell-Smith says the royal brothers have been given the freedom to enjoy happy relationships because of the difficulties faced by their parents. Her book, Prince Charles: The passions and paradoxes of an improbable life, tells how the heir to the throne wed Diana Spencer, 13 years his junior, because he was expected to choose a bride "without a history". She told HELLO!: "With the perspective of now 20 years time since her tragic death, I think people realise now that it was such a mism...
The Last 100 Days of Diana

The Last 100 Days of Diana

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ABC News will retrace the events of Princess Diana’s last summer in new primetime special, The Last 100 Days of Diana. The new two-hour special will revisit Princess Diana’s first and last summer as a single woman following her divorce from Prince Charles, until her tragic and untimely death in a car accident in Paris, France in 1997. The broadcast is hosted by former ABC News Nightline co-anchor Martin Bashir. In 1996 Bashir won a BAFTA Award for the only extended interview with the Princess. Now, he hears new accounts from people inside Diana’s inner circle, with rare interviews with close friends and her personal staff including her former butler, chef, bodyguard, press secretary and personal trainer. These voices provide an expose into what the Princess was thinking as she navigate
The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District

The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District

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THE NOOLY-WED Princess Diana’s rock Paul Burrell marries boyfriend in £30,000 civil partnership ceremony just a month after coming out as gay The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District PAUL Burrell beams in a kilt as he weds his boyfriend. The ex-royal butler, who Princess Di described as her “rock”, tied the knot just weeks after coming out as gay in The Sun. The divorced dad’s sons Alex, 32, and Nick, 28, were among 60 guests who saw him get hitched to lawyer Graham Cooper, 58, who wore trousers in the same tartan — designed by Burrell himself. Barbra Streisand’s Some Enchanted Evening was played as the happy couple, neither of whom are Scottish, walked up the aisle hand in hand. The £30,000 civil partnership cer