Eat Like a Queen

Photo by Romu00e9o on Pexels.com In the past 70 years we’ve learned so much about our favorite monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. We know her favorite breed of dog is the corgi and spends her summers at Balmoral Castle each summer. But what are her favorite foods? It is said Her Majesty is a very healthy …

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Photo by Dominika Greguu0161ovu00e1 on Pexels.com February 6th, 2022 marked the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s accession to the British throne in what’s known as Ascension Day.  Her Majesty was only 25 years old when her father, George VI sadly passed away while she was on a trip to Kenya. In the next 70 years, Queen …

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Celebrate National Tea Day

Photo by Valeria Boltneva on Pexels.com April 21 marks National Tea Day, a day to celebrate and honor one of the most popular beverages in the world. National Tea Day is mostly celebrated in the UK but you can celebrate anywhere in the world. Here are some ways to celebrate: Go to a cafe It …

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Sapphire Jubilee

Less than one year after celebrating her 90th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II has marked another milestone! On February 6, 2017, The Queen celebrated her Sapphire Jubilee, symbolizing a remarkable 65 years on the British throne. No British monarch has ever reached a Sapphire Jubilee, making Her Majesty the first one. In 2015, she surpassed her …

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Queen Elizabeth II Turns 90!

We all know and love Queen Elizabeth for her remarkable reign over Great Britain and the Commonwealth Realms. The world has watched her grow up from a graceful young princess to a strong and devoted Queen, leading her nation through the greatest and the most dreadful of times. On April 21, 2016, Queen Elizabeth II …

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British East India Company, part 1

by Stephanie Hanson Part 1 On New Year’s Eve, 1600, Queen Elizabeth chartered the East India Company. She could hardly have known the lasting impact that that charter would have over the next several centuries. When the English saw the success of the Portuguese in trading with China, they jumped in, along with the Dutch …

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