Harry and Meghan’s three stunning Wedding cakes was as expected a non-traditional layout’ – it was not tiered. Instead, the centrepiece was split into three pieces, and each one placed upon a golden throne.
600 Royal Wedding invitations were sent- all made at BarnardWestwood Printers and Bookbinders- by a former apprentice 24 year old Lottie Small ……
Inside the thick walls of Windsor Castle lies St. George’s Chapel. The Chapel is considered one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in England, and dates back to the 14th century. […]
London-based Violet bakery has been selected to make the wedding centrepiece, with Meghan and Harry breaking away from the traditional fruit cake style. Prince Harry & Megan Markle have chosen Claire Ptak from Violet Bakery […]
The Royal Family have released the first of two official photographs of newly born Prince Louis- one of which shows him being held by his sister Princess Charlotte, aged three. […]
The name for the month of ‘May’ was believed to derive from the name ‘Maius’ or ‘Magius’- taken from ‘Mag’ meaning the ‘Growing month’ or Shooting month.The Romans revered ‘Maia’- […]