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If you enjoyed Lucy Worsley on BBCone last night, you'll love the latest episode of the Historic Royal Palaces Podcast.

Go behind the scenes of Lucy's new series 'Six Wives with Lucy Worsley' in this panel discussion with Linda Porter, the historical research consultant on the show and Lucy Worsley. This is one of the regular talks and lectures that take place across the palaces. You can...
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We're delighted to announce that Tudors on Tour will be returning to Camp Bestival next year! Henry VIII and his travelling court will once again set up camp as festival goers will be able to try their hand at Tudor crafts, perform in the Tudor theatre and have a go at firing a crossbow!

Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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12/07/2016 at 19:00. Facebook
The irrepressible Lucy Worsley returns to our screens tonight in 'Six Wives with Lucy Worsley'. Join Lucy as she travels in time and takes us to key moments in the lives of Henry VIII's six wives.

This first episode follows the Katherine of Aragon's emotional and physical struggles as she strives to provide a male heir. Then, Anne Boleyn catches the king's eye, and she must manage his...
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12/06/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
Each week, we pick our favourite palace photos from the brilliant selection shared on social media by our visitors. Now, as the year draws to a close, we’re asking you to select our Photo of the Year!

Take a look at the shortlist and cast your vote on our blog. The winner will be announced on Friday 16 December! [ Bit.ly Link ]
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12/05/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
Welcome to the first of our Historic Christmas Recipe videos! We'll be sharing a selection of historic recipes in the lead up to Christmas for you to try at home. First up, the Christmas Pudding dating from the mid-19th century.

Tried your hand at the recipe? Share your photos of your Christmas Pudding below!
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12/03/2016 at 08:54. Facebook
There has been a chill in the air this week! Winter is well on its way and has resulted in some fantastic palace photos. Thanks to everyone who shared their best shots with us. Take a look at our Photos of the Week and share yours with us too! #PalacePhoto
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12/02/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
The BBC Good Food Festive Fayre returns to Hampton Court Palace. As well as food and drink, you'll find gifts, carols, choirs and seasonal recipe demonstrations. On top of all this, your ticket also includes entry to the palace.

Book your ticket today: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Today in 1530: Thomas Wolsey dies

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey rose from relatively humble beginnings to become Lord Chancellor and Henry VIII's chief political confidant. Wolsey leased Hampton Court Palace in 1514 and began building work a year later, continuing to make improvements throughout the 1520s.

He soon fell out of favour with Henry, however, when he was unable to procure an annulment of...
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It has been a bit of a rainy week, but a great one for Palace Photos! Thanks to everyone who shared their best snaps with us. Don't forget to post yours below or share on Twitter and Instagram using #PalacePhoto.
Tonight we're thrilled to be hosting a special screening of Lucy Worsley's new show 'Six Wives with Lucy Worsley'. An ambitious combination of drama and history, this show will see Lucy will travel back in time to the Tudor Court where she'll witness key moments in the lives of Henry VIII's six wives.

Join us for the premiere 7 December on BBC1: [ Bbc.in Link ]
Today in 1541: Catherine Howard is stripped of her title as queen.

The fifth wife of Henry VIII, Catherine was accused of adultery and put under house arrest at Syon Abbey. She left for the Tower of London on 7 February 1542 and faced five more days of bleak imprisonment before, at dawn on 13 February, like Anne Boleyn before her, she was beheaded.
Today in 1840: Queen Victoria gives birth to her first child.

Princess Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa was born at Buckingham Palace, the first of Queen Victoria's nine children. On hearing that her child was a girl, Queen Victoria said, "Nevermind, the next will be a prince". She was as good as her word, and her next child was Edward VII, born a year later.

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Good morning from the palaces! Here are our Photos of the Week to kick start your Friday. Don't forget, you can take part by sharing your best palace photo below, or by using #PalacePhoto on Twitter and Instagram.
Today in 1558: Elizabeth I accedes to the throne

At just 25 years of age, Elizabeth succeeded her half-sister Mary to the throne following her death. Elizabeth's reign is widely regarded as one of the most glorious and successful in English history, inspiring victory over the Spanish Armada and nurturing a golden age of playwrights and poets.

Learn more about the 'Virgin Queen': [ Bit.ly Link ]
From her earliest public appearances, Diana, Princess of Wales, captivated as a princess, as a trendsetter and as a patron and advocate of charities. Now Historic Royal Palaces will open a new exhibition and temporary garden celebrating her life at Kensington Palace, her home for over 15 years.

Replacing the popular ‘Fashion Rules’ in February 2017, ‘Diana: Her Fashion Story’ will display...
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Today in 1687: Nell Gwyn, mistress of Charles II, dies.

Nell is perhaps the most well-known of Charles II’s lovers. During his reign, the King openly paraded his mistresses around in public and they were treated as court celebrities. Her rival for the King’s affections was fellow actress, Moll Davis. Nell apparently once laced Moll’s food with a purgative drug so that she would not be able to...
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It has been another great week for palace photos! Thanks to all who shared their fantastic snaps from their visit with us. Take part using #PalacePhoto or by sharing below - your photo could be featured in next week's selection!
At 11am today, a Ceremony of Remembrance was held at Hampton Court Palace. Wreaths were laid and a 2 minutes' silence was observed. #ArmisticeDay