History in the Making

Category: Royal

Being a Royalist From Birth

Being a Royalist From Birth

If you are a newer follower, you might not know that I am a fierce royalist. I inherited my grandparents love of the British Royal Family and have carried that love and fascination into adulthood- biographies, movies, souvenirs, documentaries, and more time on Pinterest than […]

Favourite Places, Tower of London

Favourite Places, Tower of London

For anyone who is new to the blog, I am a historian who is also a royalist, meaning that I try my hardest to visit pretty much every royal palace possible. Kensington Palace, Holyroodhouse, and Hampton Court Palace are all places I have had the good fortune […]

Snapshot- 16 May 2018

Snapshot- 16 May 2018

And so the week moves on….

What to Watch For in the Royal Wedding

What to Watch For in the Royal Wedding

This Saturday, the world will watch as Prince Henry of Wales marries Ms. Megan Markle in the biggest royal event in the past few years! (I refuse to say it is the wedding of the century, because that happened on 29 April 2011…) As usual, […]

Reading Royal: 4 Books to Get You Excited for the Royal Wedding

Reading Royal: 4 Books to Get You Excited for the Royal Wedding

Unless you have been living somewhere incredibly remote, or actively working to avoid hearing any news, you will know that former actress Meghan Markle is marrying Prince Harry on Saturday, 19 May 2018 at Windsor Castle. While I don’t think that it will be quite […]

The Royal Wedding, 6 Years On….

The Royal Wedding, 6 Years On….

On 29 April 2011, Catherine Middleton married Prince William of Wales, whereupon they were granted the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (which is what they are known by today). For a lot of Royalists, it is the most important Royal event of the […]

Travel Thursday, Kensington Gardens

Travel Thursday, Kensington Gardens

Kensington Palace is associated with a few different royals, including Queen Anne and Queen Victoria. However, in recent memory it is most strongly associated with Diana, Princess of Wales! If you ever have the chance to visit, I recommend that you wander all around the […]

RepliKates, Style File Friday

RepliKates, Style File Friday

The Duchess of Cambridge is one of my favourite style icons, I’ve adored her style from the very beginning! While I love tracking it and follow several different royal style blogs, unfortunately for me, she has a very different body type than I do. If […]

Fashion Rules at Kensington Palace, Travel Thursday

Fashion Rules at Kensington Palace, Travel Thursday

If you don’t know, Kensington Palace is my favourite place on earth. It’s the home of one of my favourite periods in English royal history (the Georgian period), it’s a beautiful place to visit, it’s the home of my style icons (the Duchess of Cambridge), […]

An Historian About… The Audience

An Historian About… The Audience

This past weekend I was lucky enough to see The Audience, produced and staged by the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre! I’m so happy that my family enjoys going to theatre and dance and musical productions, I think that the arts are good for the soul. And […]