Princess Eugenie, her new husband and her dad, Prince Andrew, are to make a sentimental trip to the ancestral homeland of the Windsors, York, Wales and others, in modern day Saxony, Germany. They’ll be visiting castles and palaces in Mupperg, Mogger, Liebau, Lavischitzen and Oerlsdorf to see how their ancestors lived.
BBC Scotland will be covering the royal visit every hour for the next two-weeks including the arrival of the lovely trio back in England on 2nd November! Don’t miss any of it!
The Saxe-Coburg and Gotha homelands
The visit will be a boost for Saxon royalist groups who are campaigning for the restoration of the ‘Windsors’ to the throne of Saxony and perhaps later to a reconstituted German Empire. Eugenie’s grandma, Elizabeth 1st of Britain, is next in line to the late Kaiser Wilhelm the Umpteenth.
Royal Brexiteer, Charles Wales, has predicted that England leaving the EU will trigger collapse of the organisation and the revival of royal dynasties across Europe as peasants seek the security of more traditional power structures. Scotland’s two royalists have already approached Radio 2’s Ken Bruce, to check if he will accept the Scottish Crown.
Saxon royalists welcome Princess Middleton with the traditional salute
As he’s in the area, Prince Andrew has offered his services as a judge in the Saxon Liebfraumilch-sponsored, beauty contest for under 16s. The organisers are consulting before replying.
Whoah, check out that young filly!
Note: Professor Robertson is on ‘leave’ in a ‘correction facility’. This report was produced by his Royal Affairs correspondent Gillian Horseworthy-Dung.