Save the Red Wing!
Visiting stately homes is one of my favourite things to do with my family. As members of The National Trust we get to visit some of the finest historical sites in the country. It’s very… View Post

Carlton House – London’s Lost Palace
I have been writing alot about Princess Charlotte recently, I thought now would be a good time to write a little about her background. Starting with the house she was born and spent part of… View Post

Charlotte The Forgotten Princess
Anyone who knows me well will know about my huge interest in princess Charlotte of Wales, the daughter of The Prince Regent (later George IV) who died in childbirth in 1816. Detail of Princess Charlotte… View Post

England’s Mistress by Kate Williams
When I don’t have time to read, I often download audio books from I Tunes. It gives me the chance to ‘read’ while doing the housework or driving. I have just finished listening to England’s… View Post

Courtiers by Lucy Worsely
I have just finished reading Courtiers by Lucy Worsley, here’s what I thought. Worsley is the chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that manages Hampton Court, The Tower of London, Kew Palace, Banqueting… View Post