30 MAY 2017



601 International House, W1B 2QD

From the Communications Office

30 May 2017


Subject: New Book for Royal Celebrations

In honour of the 100th Anniversary of the House of Windsor and the Blue Sapphire Jubilee of Her Majesty, The Queen. BMS Chairman and Founder, Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills Esq, has released his latest book: “Their Majesties’ Mixers – When They Reign, They Pour”. Famed as much for their love of the drink as they are for their prosperous or tumultuous reigns, Britain’s Monarchs have always indulged in their favourite choices of ales, liquors, spirits and wines, and Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II is no exception. No matter who may have reigned at any given time in the one-thousand-year Royal history of these great islands, it was the ancient Monarchs of old who were most notable for enjoying meads, beers, ales and wines. As the story of alcohol evolved and flourished throughout the famous dynastic reigns this country has seen, it was the courts of King Henry II, King Henry VIII and King James I (VI of Scotland) which attainted notable fame for the multiple, grand wine and ale cellars which would come to be a lavish symbol of the might, wealth and lasting legacies of their Reigns. Thomas J. Mace-Archer-Mills Esq. is the Founder, Visionary and Chairman of the British Monarchist Society and Foundation, President of the Centre for British Royal Studies, Editor-in-Chief of Crown and Country Magazine, a Freeman of the City of London, Member of the Royal Society of St. George and an Officer of the Order of St. Stanislas – Grand Priory of Great Britain. Thomas has contributed to such publications as Majesty and Royalty Magazines, H-Edition Magazine, Political Pundits UK, The Conservative Blog and Professor David Flints’, “An Opinion Column from the National Convenor”- Australia. He has further appeared in print with BBC, Correio Barzilinese, WENN, The Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror, London Evening Standard, Newham Recorder and many more. He has appeared on BBC, BBC South-east, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Manchester, BBC Radio Ulster 2’s “Talkback”, CTV News, Arte, Australia News 7, TF1’s 50 Minutes Inside repeatedly, Voice of Russia, NTV Russia, Polish Television and Radio, Australia Today, SRF, RS1, Arabia Television and many other television outlets. Pre-order your copy of ‘Their Majesties’ Mixers’ – £24.99 plus postage.


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