‘Sulu and China’ follows the descendants of the East King of Sulu, who now reside in a village in China’s Shandong province.
Thanks to a little-known quirk of tradition, those who die in Cornwall without a will or family see their estate go to the heir apparent.
Raised by a struggling single mother, I remember thinking: this is not how a princess should live.
Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya is the first royal to run for office in Thailand in 86 years.
Agnès Sorel is popularly depicted in lavish gowns that expose a single breast, but the French noblewoman was much more than a strong fashion choice.
The ancient Egyptian ruler depicted herself in kingly attire as the child of Amun-Ra himself—which almost got her erased from history.
We headed out for a day with Louis “King Louis XX” Alphonse—a direct heir to the obviously defunct French throne—and his supporters.
Consuelo Yznaga injected money and glamor into the fading British upper classes—and even acted as matchmaker for other socialites and impoverished toffs.
LGBTQ activists and well-wishers marked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage with an anti-heteronormative gathering at the city's most famous cruising grounds.
"The Queen literally owns one-third of the world. Drag kings and queens? We’re just here owning our gender."
In sixth-century France, Merovingian royals Basina and Clotilda were forced into a nunnery. They decided to lead their sisters in an uprising against their abbess instead.
After 34 years of patriarchy, the beloved jousting tournament-slash-dining experience has installed a female regent. As someone who has spent several drunken birthdays at the Medieval Times in New Jersey, I knew I had to behold this historic event myself.