I moved blogs!  

No longer will I be posting here. Please please please follow princessarianes.



Okay so I did it…  

theprincessoforange:

New blog! I am going to stop posting on this one pretty soon. I just wanted to combine my main blog with this blog. The new blog will be 90% royals btw. I’m just lazy and got tired with trying to keep two blogs up to date. So please, please follow… (and I shall follow back, of course)>

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And yes I’m gonna be one of those annoying users and tag random people in this post. XD



Okay so I did it…  

New blog! I am going to stop posting on this one pretty soon. I just wanted to combine my main blog with this blog. The new blog will be 90% royals btw. I’m just lazy and got tired with trying to keep two blogs up to date. So please, please follow… (and I shall follow back, of course)>

princessarianes.tumblr.com

And yes I’m gonna be one of those annoying users and tag random people in this post. XD




I want to merge this blog with my main one and rename my main one theprincessoforange. There’s no way to do that without deleting this one (and losing all my followers) is there?

· posted 3 weeks ago ·
tagged as: #shittttttt


Royal Fact: 

royaltyspeaking:

The British royal family considers rain on their wedding days to be good luck. In fact, every successful royal marriage has started out with rain at some point on their wedding day while there has been no rain on the wedding days of unsuccessful marriages. It rained on King George and the Queen Mum’s wedding day, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philips, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s (although they are divorced, they are still very close), the Earl and Countess of Wessex’s, Prince Charles and Camilla’s, and Peter and Autumns. It also rained on Zara and Mikes wedding day in London although the couple was married in Scotland. However, there was no rain on Princess Margaret’s wedding day, Anne and Marks, or Charles and Diana’s- all marriages that ended in divorce. 

· posted 3 weeks ago · 61 notes · via ·
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simplymagdorable:

Princess Irene of the Netherlands in 1967

simplymagdorable:

Princess Irene of the Netherlands in 1967






royallymonroe:


Photos of Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret pasted on to the wall of Anne Frank’s bedroom, in the Secret Annex.

"Anne is utterly fascinated by the different members of royal households. She keeps track of the birthdays of people belonging to different royal families and spends hours drawing their family trees. Before the war, Anne received postcards of the British Royal family from a cousin in England … Anne was also a frequent and rather vocal supporter of the Dutch Royal family, often to the irritation of the others in hiding. In the Occupied Netherlands, it is forbidden to openly express loyalty to the Dutch Crown."

In 1999, after it had been closed for reconstruction, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands reopened the Anne Frank museum. Considering her love of royalty, I think Anne would have liked that a lot.

royallymonroe:

Photos of Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret pasted on to the wall of Anne Frank’s bedroom, in the Secret Annex.

"Anne is utterly fascinated by the different members of royal households. She keeps track of the birthdays of people belonging to different royal families and spends hours drawing their family trees. Before the war, Anne received postcards of the British Royal family from a cousin in England … Anne was also a frequent and rather vocal supporter of the Dutch Royal family, often to the irritation of the others in hiding. In the Occupied Netherlands, it is forbidden to openly express loyalty to the Dutch Crown."

In 1999, after it had been closed for reconstruction, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands reopened the Anne Frank museum. Considering her love of royalty, I think Anne would have liked that a lot.