Royal palaces

'Justice is my claim': library discovers new poem attributed to Queen Caroline, who was barred from her husband's coronation in 1821

Caroline of Brunswick, "an injured princess" famously acquitted of treasonous adultery, was refused admission to George IV's crowning in Westminster Abbey

'For the King’s pleasure': a ground-breaking study of the interiors of Windsor Castle by a director of the Royal Collection under Elizabeth II

A landmark account of George IV’s decorations and furnishings at Windsor Castle, by Hugh Roberts, who was closely involved in the restoration of many of those interiors following the 1992 fire