And the winner of The Regal Name Game is…

Lady Louise Beauregarde-Strudwick!

Both the Tudor Tutor and I agree that your royal guest name stood out above all others. It’s a classic English-sounding name with an aristocratic ring to it!

Congratulations! You will now be the proud owner of an English tea gift basket. Please e-mail your mailing address to

Our honourable mention goes to Lady Delia George-Oxford. You could be British royalty, too!

Cheers to all of you for participating in The Regal Name Game.  Hope you had as much fun as we did!

Kind regards,

Lady Mary Mandy-Morningside


The Regal Name Game.

Congrats Prince William and the Future Princess Catherine!

I’ve been trying to avoid jumping on the royal wedding bandwagon, but I just can’t help myself.  I’m convinced that I was a princess in a former life–and today’s crankiness crusher relates to it.

I’ve been getting a kick out of seeing people’s royal wedding guest names on Facebook, so I thought that we could do it here on my blog. You game? If so, please post your royal wedding guest name in the “Comments” section. Start with either “Lord” or “Lady.” Your first name is one of your grandparents’ names. Your surname is the name of your first pet, double-barreled with the name of the street you grew up on.

To entice you to participate,  I, along with my friend and Anglophile Extraordinaire, Barb Alexander (author of the informative and cheeky, Tudor Tutor blog) will pick the most regal-sounding name. If you’re the chosen one, I’ll send you an English tea gift basket in the mail. Lavish, I know….

Please submit your name by 5 p.m. (EST) tomorrow. I’ll announce the winner on Monday!

Sound fun? Let’s do this!


Lady Mary Mandy-Morningside

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