Royal Family in the Best of the Web UK Directory

Royal Family

Balmoral Castle and Estate

Scottish home of the British Royal Family since the time of Queen Victoria. Includes a guide for visitors, with details of holiday accommodation, corporate entertaining, events and activities, and information about management of the estate.

The British Monarchy

The official site offering an insight into the Royal Family with state visit images, news and details of Royal weddings.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Official page for news and updates concerning TRH the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their family.

The Duke of York

The official site highlighting the life of Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, his 22 years in the Royal Navy as a helicopter pilot, recent engagements and his role in the Royal Family.

Facebook: The British Monarchy

Official Facebook page of the British Monarchy. Images, facts and video clips.

Hello Magazine: Prince Andrew

Provides a biography of his life, his career in the Navy, marriage to Sarah Ferguson and his children with images and news.

Hello! The Duchess of Cambridge (née Kate Middleton)

Profile with a biography and photos.

Hello: Royalty

Features photographs, articles, news and commentary on the British royal family.

HRH Prince Michael of Kent

Official magazine for Prince Michael of Kent and his family.

Prince Harry Unofficial

An unofficial site centered around Price Harry with images, facts and royal news.

Royal Dish

Discussion forum featuring the British and Danish royal families.

The Royal Forums: British Royals

Discssion forum featuring gossip and opinions on all members of the British royal family.

Royal Gossip

Forums and chat where the focus of discussion is the British royal family.

Royal Insight Forum

Discussion forum focusing mostly on the British royal family.

Royal Weddings 1840-1947

Uses photographs, objects and documents in the Royal Collection and the Royal Archives to tell the story of the weddings of Queen Victoria (1840), Edward VII (1863), George V (1893), George VI (1923), and Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.

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