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Britain’s Treasures

On 19 May, this royal residence will host Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, but that is only the latest chapter of a story that spans more than 900 years
FIT FOR THE QUEEN The castle has the oldest working kitchen in the country. Its clocks run five minutes fast to ensure its food is never served late
ALAMY X1, GETTY X2, ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST X2, PETER SMITH X1, MARK FIENNES X1

BRITAIN’S TREASURES…

WINDSOR CASTLE Berkshire

CROWN MOULDING

The Round Tower is the heart of the Windsor, built on William the Conqueror’s original earthen motte, the oldest part of the castle. Despite its name, the tower isn’t actually round; it has a square southern side.

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In this month’s issue… Henry VIII’s Six Weddings While every detail of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle has been anticipated and analysed, the nuptials of his Tudor namesake Henry VIII are less familiar. Alison Weir peers behind the drapes of the six days that preceded ‘divorced, beheaded, died…’. Plus: the CIA heist of a sunken Soviet nuclear sub during the Cold War; Wounded Knee massacre; female Pharaohs; the 1820 plot to murder the Cabinet; and Lee Miller’s photos of WWII