Famous Faces: London’s National Portrait Gallery

Just off Leicester Square in London, and down a bit, there's a fancy door with three busts over the door. They are the figures of the biographers and historians who founded the museum housed inside, a museum whose patron is the Duchess of Cambridge, and which houses only one kind of painting, in a multitude …

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An Afternoon at London’s Fortnum & Mason Department Store.

Established way back in 1707, this store has seen so much history and change over it's time, but from almost the beginning it was a place that served royalty. Today, you can find plenty of things with the Royal patent, and several tea blends like the Queens Blend (her favourite), Wedding Breakfast (created for the …

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