Philip was driven this afternoon from Windsor Castle to the Edward the Seventh in London.
The Red Wings practiced in the Windsor Arena that August and September, and Jack Adams signed him to a Galt contract.
And now the floodwaters are even lapping at the gates of Windsor Castle, as the River Thames has burst its banks.
They will be displayed at an exhibition in Windsor Castle later this year, the Telegraph reports.
It has been called the “golden hem of Windsor”: whatever George or Kate wears instantly sells out.
Through the most unfrequented bridle-paths they crept slowly on, till first Windsor, and then Eton, was left behind.
But this is a question of taste and ceremony, and so is the Windsor Uniform.
I went down yesterday to Windsor, as a matter of form, to inquire after the King's health.
Mr. Lovelace is gone to Windsor, having left two servants to attend me.
It is a village, if such it may be called, between London and Windsor Castle.
town in Berkshire, Old English Windlesoran (c.1060), literally "bank or slope with a windlass" (Old English *windels). Site of a royal residence, hence Windsor chair (1724), Windsor tie (1895), Windsor knot in a necktie (1953).