Is this the best Royal Wedding merch ever?

No, this isn't an error. This is an intentional design by London-based artist Lucy Bryant. She was inspired by a mug made when Prince William and Kate Middleton got married that accidentally depicted Harry as the groom. And for $35.03, this masterpiece can be yours.


The royal wedding…in 39,960 Legos.

Oh, this is just awesome. Legoland built the royal wedding and it hasn't even happened yet! It took the Legoland Windsor Resort eleven Lego builders and 592 hours to finish, and they spared no detail. There's a replica of the Royal Ascot Landau carriage, five mini Spice Girls and an Elton John as guests, and... Continue Reading →

The Markle family strikes again…

Meghan Markle's dad is changing his royal RSVP.  According to reports, Thomas Markle suffered a heart attack six days ago, but had checked himself out of the hospital to fly to London to walk his daughter down the aisle. So what changed? He pulled out after it was revealed he staged several shoots with a... Continue Reading →

And her hair was perfect.

Just seven hours after giving birth to her third child, Kate Middleton appeared on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital with Prince William by her side to introduce their new baby boy to the world. The royal baby was presented to the enthusiastic crowd wrapped in a white shawl. Kate wore a red... Continue Reading →


The new royal baby has arrived! Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child — a prince — on Monday, Kensington Palace announced. “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs,” the statement said. “The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the... Continue Reading →

Odds are in for royal baby name…

So...what are the favorite? If it's a boy, Albert, Arthur, and Frederick are in a three-way tie. If it's a girl, Mary, one of the Queen's middle names, is the clear favorite. Alice and Victoria are also in the running.   Check out the full article at abc13 News

Ginger Gin!

Well, it wouldn't be a proper celebration without a commemerative gin.  The Queen Charlotte Pub, located just a short walk from the gates of Windsor Castle, crafted the aptly named "Gin&'er" for the royal wedding. The gin is distilled with lime flower, organic lemon peel and, of course, ginger. The Queen Charlotte and their parent company,... Continue Reading →

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