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Caroline is a regular contributor to the UK premier royalty magazine 'Majesty' and she has also written for 'The Daily Telegraph'. She was one of the specially commissioned group of essayists who wrote the acclaimed collection of pieces published to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Diana, Princess of Wales' death and HM The Queen's 80th birthday. She has filmed a BBC mini-series on British stately homes and acts as an historical advisor to several BBC stations.
It has been said of her that if history gives you a headache then she is the human equivalent of aspirin! Her chief interests are Queen Victoria and her descendants, Edwardian High Society plus etiquette, style, food and fashion history. She is a nationally acclaimed public speaker and broadcaster and has featured at the American International Schools conferences in Europe as well as being a well known and popular speaker on the great Cunard liners. She is currently writing a book on Edwardian society ladies and recently wrote and co-starred in a two woman play based on these ladies' lives. Her business partner and fellow actress is TV presenter Anne Davies who launched GMTV with Eamonn Holmes and they will present Caroline's play at next year's Edinburgh Festival. As 'Aston and Annie' they write, produce and present intimate insights into social history at prestigious venues throughout the UK.
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