Hello, my name is Jörn, and this is the first part of Chapter 2 of our interview together with author, historian and active history maker Greg Hallett from New Zealand. And in this chapter we are going to talk about the British Monarchy and the History of the British Monarchy. Today’s date is the 1st of November 2011.
Lord Hallett, can you please tell us about the British Monarchy in general.
Lord Chancellor Greg Hallett:
Perhaps we should start with Queen Victoria being named ‘The Grandmother of Europe’ and her son King Edward VII being named ‘The Father of Europe’. (More Research now available in the books THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND www.thehiddenkingofengland.com) Queen Victoria needed to sire a child, get married and sire a child with a legitimate prince, which she did. The legal age for marriage and conception in those days was 12, and she was 14 when she conceived, got married and gave birth.