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The History of Royal Wedding Dresses
Fashion, glamour and elegance are all associated with royal wedding dresses but how about politics and economics?
In this special Royal Central podcast, the team discuss how royal wedding dresses have become symbols of power as well as romance and debate the stories behind some of the most famous creations in history.
Join Jessica Storoschuk, Kristin Contino, Jess Ilse, Brittani Barger and Lydia Starbuck for this in depth delve into the history of royal wedding dresses.
The Royal Review of 2020
As 2020 comes to an end, join Royal Central for this first of our look backs at the royal year just gone. From babies and weddings to the challenges of the pandemic, we discuss why this has been one of the most challenging and memorable royal years for some time.
Let's thank the Duchess of Sussex for speaking out about miscarriage
The Duchess of Sussex has spoken movingly of losing her second baby to miscarriage. Meghan's words have given hope to many in the same situation and Royal Central's Lydia Starbuck discusses why this is so important.
Was Britain's sexiest king actually a good monarch?
Royal Central has a brand new series of podcasts all about the kings and queens who have ruled Britain. We start with a look at a short lived royal dynasty whose founder was better known for his love life than his politics.
The Tale of the Unexpected Princess
Europe has a brand new princess, created in extraordinary circumstances. She is an artist who has lived most of her life away from the spotlight but whose acrimonious battle with a king now fallen from grace has ended with a brand new set of royals for the continent.
Find out more with Lydia Starbuck, Brittani Barger and Moniek Bloks in the Tale of the Unexpected Princess.
What can you expect to see from the royals this autumn?
After a challenging year and a very hard summer for some royals, the ruling houses of Europe are gearing up for a new season.
In this new term report, Moniek Bloks, Brittani Barger and Lydia Starbuck assess what's waiting in store for some of your favourite royals, ask whether 2020 has changed the face of some monarchies forever and look back on a summer that some would rather forget.