In 2007, the missing remains of the Tsar's son Alexei Nikolaevich and the remaining daughter — either Anastasia or her older sister Maria — were discovered, proving conclusively that all family members, including Anastasia, died in 1918. … [Read more...] about Lord Mountbatten insisted that his beloved cousin Anastasia did NOT survive Russian royal family’s assassination but was ‘finished off’ by Bolshevik bayonets in newly-discovered letter
More from Belgium Coronavirus: Parents of Belgian boy 'terrified' after 4-year-old spent six days in coma with COVID-19 Coronavirus: Belgium's foreign minister and former prime minister Sophie Wilmes in intensive care Coronavirus: Hospitals face being overrun by COVID-19 in 'the new Lombardy' Coronavirus: Italy and Belgium toughen restrictions fearing a 'tsunami' of COVID-19 infections Coronavirus: A return to live football at Belgium's national stadium - but many opt to stay home Coronavirus: Antwerp urges visitors to stay away after new spike in cases … [Read more...] about Belgian artist step closer to becoming princess after decades-long royal paternity scandal
Children have also been able to track Santa's journey delivering presents around the globe on Christmas Eve in the past. … [Read more...] about Royal Mail Santa letters: What is the address and when is the last date to send?
When the BBC announced the programme — on Charles’ 47th birthday — a week before it aired on November 20, Diana assured her staff, friends and the Queen’s private secretary: “It’s nothing to worry about, you’ll know everything in it.” … [Read more...] about Princess Diana was seduced and betrayed into Panorama interview, says her private secretary
After graduating with a degree in mathematics from Durham University, he joined the Lancashire-based Scapa Group, then an industrial manufacturer of paper, travelling around the world in its employ and at one stage running its Latin American operations from Brazil during a difficult period of runaway inflation. … [Read more...] about Sky Views: World worse off without business leaders like Eddie Davies