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Tag Archives: Queens
History is full of fascinating women. We tend to remember the powerful, sexual, rich and hard done by women. This got me thinking, we have 8 reigning Queens but countless Consort Queens. These women are the baby making, support … Continue reading
It was upon a long walk after work on Friday night not only did I stumble upon Smithfield market 5 minutes down the road but also a beautiful set of ruins that had been converted into gardens. That discovery is … Continue reading