I have to be seen to be believed

-Queen Elizabeth II
Goodnight!

Tomorrow my internet is being knocked off because I’m moving, so I might not be on as much. I don’t know EXACTLY when I’ll get it back but it shan’t be too long!

Prince George is the cutest little thing
royallykate:

setthosecanadiansails:

kingglen:

Kate Middleton’s reaction to beating Prince William in a sailing race in New Zealand.

Bow down

Respect that. Bow down b!tches. CROWN.

royallykate:

setthosecanadiansails:

kingglen:

Kate Middleton’s reaction to beating Prince William in a sailing race in New Zealand.

Bow down

Respect that. Bow down b!tches. CROWN.

Thank you Tanja and Leni for clearing that up for me ahahaha :’)

Thank you Tanja and Leni for clearing that up for me ahahaha :’)

Anonymous asked: "ATEMLOS DURCH DIE NACHT, BIS EIN NEUER TAG ERWACHT!"

….I don’t understand?

royal-windsor:

Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother very content with a flower at Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Show, 1997.

Prince William thanks a little girl for the teddy bear he received, whilst on his solo trip to mark Malta’s 50 years of independence | 20.09.2014

"Prince Harry will appear on “School of
Hard Knocks,“ meeting Birmingham rugby players. Airs Fri on Sky Sports 10pm BST) via @MissLJJ"

juaniandtheroyals:

Investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales

Prince Charles was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester by Letters Patent on 26 July 1958, though his actual investiture did not take place until 1 July 1969. The ceremony at Caernarfon was well received by the majority of Welsh people but some nationalists view it as being associated with the subjugation of Welsh people since the 13th century, when Edward I deposed the last native Prince of Wales, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd.
When the former King Edward VIII went into exile as the Duke of Windsor in 1936 (following his abdication), he took with him the Coronet of George, Prince of Wales, a highly controversial—and illegal—act. This coronet had been specially created for King George V, then Prince of Wales, and he wore it at his father’s coronation in 1902. The traditional coronet being unavailable, and with the older Coronet of Frederick, Prince of Wales being viewed unusable due to age, the only option was the creation of a new Prince of Wales crown to be used for the investiture of the current heir apparent to the throne as Prince of Wales. The Coronet of Charles, Prince of Wales, was produced by a committee under Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, then husband of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
The investiture was watched by millions on television, and attracted large and excited crowds in Caernarfon.