Q2: His Royal Highness has deep respect for other Royalties as well. He wants to know if you share his feelings. What is the name of the British royal family?
A2: The royal family of the United Kingdom is the Windsor.
The Orange-Nassau family is from Holland, the Habsburgs ruled the Habsburg Empire (Austro-Hungary), while the House of Tudor was definitely an English royal house, but they extinct in 1603.
Q3: His Royal Highness knows how hard it is to keep an empire together. How many countries are in the UK?
A3: There are four countries in the United Kingdom.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Q4: He wants to know more. Which country is not part of the UK?
A4: Ireland is not part of the United Kingdom.
Q5: You must care about your people. What was the population of England in 2016?
A5: The population of England (not the United Kingdom) was 54,786,300 so around 55 million.
Q6: Legends and royal stories are also important. Who was the famous king who pulled out the sword Excalibur from the stone?
A6: According to the legend, King Arthur pulled out Excalibur from the stone and united the kingdom.
Q7: Love is complicated. How many wives did King Henry the VII have?
A7: King Henry the VIII had 6 wives, namely:
Catherine of Aragon
Anna of Cleves
Q8: Money matters. What is the official currency of the United Kingdom?
A8: The official currency of the United Kingdom is the Pound Sterling.
The Euro is used in most of the European Union member states, the British Dollar never existed, and the Penny is only a decimal coinage of the Pound Sterling (which is actually the oldest and still official currency in the world).
Q9: You must learn. Which was the first university in England?
A9: The first university in England the University of Oxford, followed by the University of Cambridge. The Imperial College of London and King’s College are both prestigious universities, but those were established significantly later in time.
Q10: Nice! When was it exactly?
A10: The University of Oxford was established in 1096.