Princess Margaret had her chauffeur burn thousands of letters
It is believed that Princess Margaret held the burning ceremony at Kensington Palace to stop letters relating to her nephew Charles’s marriage and her own private life being kept in the royal archive.
Princess Margaret as bridesmaid
DATE:October 20 1948 D: Princess Margaret as bridesmaid at wedding of Lady Margaret Egerton and Mr.John Colville,Private secreatary of Princess /original photo
Princess Margaret as Godmother
DATE:February 23 1954 D:Princess Margaret was Godmother to Sarah Charlotte,the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs.John Lowther ,at St.Michael`s,Chester Square.Mrs Lowther is the former Jennifer Bevan,lady-in-waiting to the Princess /original photo
How WILL Harry cope? Buckingham Palace rolls out no-smoking policy
From May, Royal Household sites including Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, St James’s Palace, Kensington Palace and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, will be strictly smoke free.
Inside Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon’s relationship
Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon were one of Britain's most glamorous couples, but their relationship ultimately came to a less than satisfying end. The two first met in 1958 at a dinner