Looking for something to watch this weekend but unsure of what to pick? Here are six awesome shows and films to stream on Netflix. Some can even help you get your bingewatch fix.
So, Kate Middleton, now formally known as the Duchess of Cambridge, finally went and got herself knocked up. For the last month, the royals have been sorting out issues involving Kate’s health and well-being and what will be done about her planned engagements for the next year. Finally, it’s getting to be time to talk about the royal fetus, and I’m here to answer the most popular questions about this blessed unborn royal heir! Read More The Royal Fetus: A Guide to Britain’s Most Famous Not-Yet-Person
In January 1936, King George V died. Everyone thought it was natural causes, and they continued to believe that for fifty years. Here’s what really happened, and how the royal family kept it quiet.
Today, speculations run wild on the menu for the British Royal Wedding. The National provides a helpful run down of the possibilities: Read More Historical Continuums, Menus, and How I Suspect Heart and Liver will not be Served Tonight
Whether Americans care about Prince William’s impending nuptials is an ever-changing story, at least as reported by the press. One day, we uncouth commoners just can’t get enough of Ms. Kate Middleton aka the future Princess of Wales aka the long-term future Queen Catherine VI. The next day we’re being our cheeky, revolutionary selves, not giving a damn about such an “outdated” and “silly” tradition as, pfft, monarchy. Read More Why Does Kate Middleton (And Her Famous Hair) Appeal to Americans?