Our 1,000th Post!

Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'YFn9efqOReddc_5uTCNdGw',sig:'v2eAqdvtrrgej7uidJn9ORY_CPzJbULMABufcLny7yM=',w:'594px',h:'423px',items:'933054288',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); It's a Handbag miracle! Even with the lack of royal news over the past year, we have made our way to our 1,000th post. Thank you for hanging on with us. Here's a little quiz to commemorate the time we have all spent together. Enjoy, and remember,… Continue reading Our 1,000th Post!


Pop Quiz – Royal Romance at the Olympics

Leading off our week of the Olympics-that-weren't, we'll start with romance. That's always a good place to start, right? Royals love the Olympics - so up their alley with all the skiing and horsing and stuff. Royals also find love at the Olympics. Confusing? Off we go before I completely lose track of my train… Continue reading Pop Quiz – Royal Romance at the Olympics

Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz

Who are these ladies and how are they related? Answer OC was looking for: They are indeed related through Christian IX. Victoria Marichalar-->Elena of Spain-->Sofia of Greece-->Fredericka of Hanover-->Ernest Augustus of Hanover-->Thyra of Denmark (daughter of Christian IX). Margareta of Romania-->Anne of Bourbon Parma-->Margrethe of Denmark-->Valdemar of Denmark (son of Christian IX). Victoria and Margareta… Continue reading Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz What does this lot's great grandmother and the Earl of Forfar have in common? Two word answers only. ANSWER: Bagshot Park. Margaret of Connaught was born at Bagshot Park in 1882. Her daughter Ingrid of Sweden married Frederick of Denmark and these boys are his grandchildren (via Margrethe II of Denmark and Anne-Marie of… Continue reading Pop Quiz