The Royal Beat - Episode 16. A Very Royal Easter
THE ROYAL BEAT • 42m
As the Queen pulls out of the Maundy Thursday service, one of the 'most rewarding' annual dates in her calendar, we look back at a royal Easter tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.
Our guests also discuss how Princess Anne managed a smoother Jubilee tour than her nephew, Prince William.
This week Kate is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers, royal journalist and historian Wesley Kerr, and Majesty Magazine's editor-in-chief Ingrid Seward.
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