Introducing a New Series on The Daily Blaze — “Meet the Royals”


If you’re curious about the members of the British royal family, read this introduction to learn more about the House of Windsor, Westminster Abbey, and Queen Elizabeth II. If you’re unsure of who these people are,you are going to love our new series, “Meet the Royals.” We’ll discuss the royal family’s most famous members — as well as some you likely never heard of, and how the monarchy has changed over time. We’ll also touch on the monarchy’s role in society and how that too has changed over the years.  In addition we will discuss members long past, but still impact society today.

Members of the British royal family

There are many members of the British royal family. Some of them are famous, while others are not even recognizable. The British monarchy has been a part of the world for many centuries, and their descendants have served as rulers across the globe. The British royal family is composed of several dynasties, each of which carries its own traditions and history. The British monarchy has a long history, stretching back to the time of King George III. We start with George III because he is considered the first truly British monarch of the UK.  The royal family obviously goes further back than that.  The beginnings of the Royal family can be traced back to 757 AD when King Offa reigned. King Offa was a Viking and the first Anglo-Saxon King of England. His realm included the regions of Kent, Sussex, East Anglia, and the Midlands.

House of Windsor

The House of Windsor is the reigning royal family of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth realms. The royal family has been ruling since 1901, when it succeeded the House of Hanover. The family name was changed to Windsor because of anti-German sentiment in Britain during World War I. One of the earliest additions to the House of Windsor was Prince Philip, who was also a prince of Denmark and Greece. When he married Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip renounced his titles and became a British citizen. In addition to his royal title, he also took on the surname Mountbatten. In addition to his English name, the surname is a short form of Prince Philip.

Westminster Abbey

Media coverage of the British royal family has been called a soap opera, a term that originally referred to a series of dramas sponsored by household cleaning products. However, the term has now come to describe the media’s coverage of the royal family. The following are some examples of notable books and films about the family. Among the most popular of these titles is “The Royals: A Brief Introduction,” by Elizabeth Gower, a leading royal expert, The Royals is a detailed, accessible guide to the British royal family.

The monarchy has faced a crisis of legitimacy recently and has been struggling to recapture the glory of the British Empire — at least figuratively. While relying on the media for a more contemporary connection with the public, the monarchy still relies on its traditional channels, including the BBC. During the recent COVID pandemic, Queen Elizabeth II made an emotional televised speech in which she called on the British people to pull together and face the difficult times ahead.

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II is the monarch of the United Kingdom, as well as 14 Commonwealth realms. However, there is a lot more to the queen than meets the eye.

The queen’s love story began when she was just eight years old. She met her future husband, Prince Philip, when she was thirteen years old. They began exchanging letters and courting secretly. In July 1947, they announced their engagement and tied the knot at Westminster Abbey. The wedding was broadcast worldwide, and hundreds of millions tuned in to witness the ceremony. After World War 2, the couple had their first child, a son named Charles. This couple would later have four children together: Philip and Elizabeth’s daughter, Anne.

Elizabeth first became a public figure during the Second World War. Her parents encouraged radio broadcasts and other ways to introduce their future queen. After the war, Elizabeth made her first overseas trip to South Africa. She even made a radio broadcast, pledging her life to the Commonwealth. Elizabeth grew up with privilege and the public appreciated her pampered life. Despite these advantages, her career and life are quite diverse, and she still enjoys her role as a role model.

In future installments of this series we will look at many characters of the Royal family, including the Queen’s turbulent grandchildren that tend to dominate much of the royal family news today.

In recent years, the monarchy has been experiencing a crisis on several levels. In order to maintain their popularity and reach the public, the Royal Family relies heavily on television media. During the recent pandemic, Queen Elizabeth II gave a televised speech urging the British people to band together and pass these difficult times together. This televised speech has become a classic example of how the Royal Family uses the media to keep the public informed.

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