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The Other “Royal” Baby

Gene Attell Fischer Because of the timing of his birth (slightly ahead of the 7th in line to the British throne), he will share some of the same aspects of the new Earl of Sussex. He could also be a … Continue reading

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The New 7th in Line to the British Throne

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor This young Earl is the first royal with mixed (American) blood in recent history. Here’s his chart, based on the rumoured birth in London, not Frogmore Cottage in the Windsor Castle grounds. So, only one inconjunct, but … Continue reading

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A Feminist Before It Was Fashionable

Anne Boleyn On this day in history in 1536, Anne Boleyn was arrested for high treason, and confined to the Tower of London. The trumped-up charge of adultery was just an excuse to get her out of the way, so … Continue reading

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History Lesson: Losing One’s Head

Charles I of England Executed Today in 1649 After his succession, Charles quarrelled with the Parliament of England, which sought to curb his royal prerogative. Charles believed in the divine right of kings and thought he could govern according to … Continue reading

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The Man Who Would Be King

King Charles III A short sequence repeated on The National last night highlighted a long-held belief that Prince Charles may never ascend the throne, although he has been preparing for the role of King since his birth.   Because the … Continue reading

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Royal Wedding 2018

The Kiss Well, here we go again. With all the nasty news happening around us, it was a relief to have a ‘happy ending’ for a change. Fairy tale weddings are always welcome, but this one seemed to be a … Continue reading

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Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – 2012

Exeter, Devon

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