News and Views On Royalty: An American Perspective Historian Mandy Littlefield is passionate about bringing the history of the monarchy to her fellow Americans. She launched her acclaimed site, Mandy’s British Royalty, in 1998 at the age of 18.

Bolstered by the site’s success, she began this blog in 2003. The Royal Representative provides current news on the royal world from an American standpoint. Mandy writes extensively on the history of several royal dynasties, including jewels, royal tours and events. She is constantly developing her knowledge of history and considers herself Her Majesty’s #1 supporter. Mandy made her first trip to London with her husband in 2008.


Mandy is quoted in Forbes and has appeared in British and North American media as a royal history commentator. She has also been featured in radio programs in both the UK and US.

CTV News (Canada)
July 2015
Discussing the christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.

Blog Talk Radio – Women’s Business Network
June 2015

My second interview with Beth Shankle Anderson about Princess Charlotte’s lineage, upbringing, and her future role.

BBC 5 Live – Five Live Breakfast with Rachel Burden
December 2014
Discussing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their visit to the United States: how they were received, what they did during their visit.

New England Cable News (NECN)
September 2014

Discussing Prince George of Cambridge and his role as future king. First television appearance.

PRI’s “The World” radio
July 2013

Featured in “A Royal Childhood: What’s in Store For the Royal Newborn?” : the royal life and the future of Prince George of Cambridge.

Blog Talk Radio – Women’s Business Network
July 2013

My first interview with Beth Shankle Anderson’s “Success Design” radio show. I discuss the birth of Prince George of Cambridge and the line of succession.


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