Re-create a royal menu at home with Royal Collection Trust's first-ever cookbook. Written by the Royal Chef and the Deputy Master of The Queen's Household, A Royal Cookbook presents four three-course menus adapted from those prepared in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace and served to guests of Her Majesty The Queen.... Read more about A Royal Cookbook: Seasonal recipes from Buckingham Palace

Three hundred years ago Georg Ludwig, Elector of Hanover in Germany, acceded to the British throne as George I, the country's first constitutional monarch. Now the first exhibition to tell the story of the king who established an unbroken line of royal succession to Her Majesty The Queen opens at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace this Friday (11 April). ... Read more about Exhibition celebrates the 300th anniversary of a new royal dynasty

From well-loved toys and treasured family gifts to tiny childhood outfits, a special exhibition at Buckingham Palace will give an unprecedented glimpse into life as a young member of the royal family growing up at Buckingham Palace. ... Read more about Royal Childhood

In the year that Scotland hosts The Commonwealth Games, a special display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse brings together more than 70 gifts presented to The Queen from Commonwealth countries around the world.... Read more about Gifts to The Queen from around The Commonwealth go on display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

In the year that The Commonwealth Games come to Scotland, a display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse marks The Queen's role as Head of the Commonwealth through gifts presented to Her Majesty by Commonwealth countries around the world. The Queen has visited almost every country in the Commonwealth during her 61-year reign.  Underlying these visits, and those made by foreign Heads of State to the United Kingdom, is the important principle of friendship, often recognized by an exchange of gifts. 
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In the 17th century it became fashionable for women to adopt elements of masculine dress. One such trendsetter was Mary of Modena, second wife of James VII of Scotland, who wears a richly embroidered masculine riding habit in a portrait by Simon Verelst (c.1675). Frances Teresa Stuart, Duchess of Richmond, also favoured this fashion and is seen wearing a buff coat, a quintessentially male item of dress, in a portrait by Jacob Huysmans (1664). ... Read more about The sartorial styles of Scottish Kings and Queens revealed

Avoid war; don't trust flatterers, courtiers and ministers; and most importantly 'retrieve the glory of the Throne'. Just some of the advice given to the future George III by his father Frederick, Prince of Wales in a previously unseen letter. ... Read more about How to be a King

Since 1914 the iconic Round Tower of Windsor Castle has been home to the Royal Archives, an unparalleled collection of documents relating to the history of the British Monarchy. ... Read more about Treasures from the Royal Archives

He is known for his beautiful views of Windsor, providing a fascinating insight into life at the Castle during the reign of George III (1760–1820). ... Read more about Returning after 250 years, the 18th-century artist who made his name capturing views of Windsor Castle.

Royal Collection Trust is at VisitScotland Expo to present the 2014 programme of exhibitions and group visits at The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh and at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official Scottish residence of Her Majesty The Queen.  Highlights include a display of gifts presented to The Queen from Commonwealth nations around the world and an exhibition exploring the sartorial styles of the Tudor and Stuart rich and famous.... Read more about Commonwealth gifts presented to Her Majesty on display at The Queen's official residence in Scotland