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The Royal Report is an exciting, fun, informative, and humourous show about current events in the British Royal Family. It is live every Sunday at 9:00PM EST (North America). Hosted by Marilyn Braun, a passionate and dedicated royal watcher, she has appeared on CBC Newsworld, CTV News, CBC Radio, CP24 (CablePulse 24), the Stephen Nolan show on BBC 5 Live and Breakfast on Newstalk ZB with Mike Hosking.

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Prince William once stated that he wouldn't consider getting married until he was at least 28. Given that he is turning 28 on June 21st, speculation will no doubt intensify about his relationship with Kate Middleton. On this episode, a... more

Hard to believe that it was been almost two years since I did an episode introducing royal blogs. Want to find out what has changed in the royal blogsphere? Tune in and find out!

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York was recently caught in a video sting by an undercover News of the World reporter offering access to Prince Andrew in exchange for money. With a history of mishaps, can she bounce back from this... more

Just when we thought that Harry and Chelsy were finished, they surprise us by making a significant public appearance together. On this episode I celebrate their love.

Part Three of a look back at the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II

In honor of The Queen's 84th birthday on April 21st. A look back at her life and times.

In honor of the Queen's 84th birthday on April 21, 2010. A look back at her life and times.

No one does Royal Weddings better than the British royal family. If Prince William and Kate Middleton do get married, what venue will they choose?

They have an illustrious history dating back centuries. Learn more about them on this episode.

For the last 7 years, royal watchers have been speculating on when Prince William and Kate Middleton will be engaged. With royal engagements traditionally announced at the beginning of the year, March has ended with no... more
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