Updated 25 March. In line with Public Health England guidance, we have taken the decision to close all six of our palaces and gardens until 31st May. We will be reviewing this and will keep you updated. Please read our statement for further information. Read our statement
Crowned jointly in 1689, Protestant monarchs William and Mary oversaw important moves towards parliamentary democracy.
The King and Queen also transformed Kensington Palace, through the employment of architect Sir Christopher Wren, into a suitable royal residence, featuring a suite of State Apartments where they could hold audiences and ceremonies.
Join Professor Kate Williams in the Kensington Palace Pavilion as she discusses the lives of this fascinating royal couple.
By focusing on the lives of the royal family, this tour will detail the illicit romances, scandalous affairs and otherwise shocking behaviour of George III's children, not to mention the King himself!
11 and 25 June 2020
Doors open at 18.45 for a 19.00 start
Separate ticket (advance booking required)
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the first child of TRH Duke and Duchess of Sussex and is seventh in line to the British throne. A commemorative fine bone china mug charmingly illustrated with a beautiful marriage of British and American symbolism.