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In this issue, Charlotte Zeepvat starts her trilogy of Family Albums covering the Royal Families of Great Britain. The houses of TUDOR and STUART come first, with 2 pedigrees and 95 illustrations, many of them rarely seen before. Also, read Marlene Eilers Koenig's very thorough article about the Royal Marriage act and how it affected various descendants of King George III. Coryne Hall writes about MALMAISON and the Empress Joséphine, whereas Lucas Szkopinski presents a very naughty Infante of Spain.
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64 pages, 155 illustrations

Articles in this issue:

The Royal Marriages Act -
Who was actually eligible?

by Marlene A Eilers Koenig


A Family Album I
by Charlotte Zeepvat

Malmaison - 
"The Prettiest Property I know"

by Coryne Hall

When Royalty Take an Interest
in Royalty ...

by Charlotte Zeepvat

Drugs, Sex and an Infante of Spain
by Lucas Szkopinski

The Royal Burial Places in the Riddarholm
Church in Stockholm

by Ove Mogensen

World Wide Web of Royalty


King George III and Queen Charlotte with 13 of their 15 children.
The Royal Marriages Act was created in order to prevent these children to contract unsuitable marriages.

Charles Louis and Rupert of the Palatinate -
members (sort of) of the Royal Family of Great Britain.

Luis Fernando  - the naughty Infante of Spain - with his aunt,
Infanta Paz, Princess of Bavaria.

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