The coronation of King Charles III was one of the most significant events in recent memory. More than 2,000 people attended the ceremony. Official invitations were sent out, but who was important enough to have made the cut? Spoiler: not everyone we would expect to see there was invited. The guest list was an eclectic mix of people from all over the world, including celebrities, dignitaries, and everyone in between. So who attended the historic event? And which famous faces didn't make an appearance?
Who is James Middleton? There’s always been a certain amount of mystery surrounding Kate Middleton’s younger brother. From what we do know about him from the media, the past few years have been something of a rollercoaster ride. But recently, James has become more open about his personal struggles and his unusual place within the extended royal family. He even opened up about suffering a tremendous loss and revealed that his royal sister stepped in to lend a supportive hand.
Do you know the difference between regnant and regent? How “The Household” is different from “The Firm?” The translation of annus horribilis? Then congratulations, you’re well on the way to becoming a royal family expert! In order to truly understand the royal family and their protocols, you need to be well versed in their lingo. So we’ve compiled a handy list of the most important terms used in and around Buckingham Palace and explained what each of them mean. You’re welcome.
Before she became the Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle was building a solid acting career for herself. As Rachel Zane in Suits, it seemed she’d finally found her breakout role. But as Meghan’s romance with Prince Harry got more serious, she was no longer just a regular actress. The royal family started influencing on her role in the show, and they even banned a specific word from the actress’ dialog, a move that baffled the show’s creator.