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Helen Rappaport
Writer, historian, TV talking head. Lover of all things Victorian, Gothic & late Imperial Russian. Historical Consultant on ITV Victoria. Big fan of ScandiNoir
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Helen Rappaport 6m
Did you have to pay a lot for it??
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Emma Boden 2h
totally inspired & thrilled to meet to follow...
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Helen Rappaport 11m
So excited to see ARCs of US edition of Caught in the Revolution now going out to press & reviewers. Pub date 7 Feb
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Joanne Harris 4h
The day I start saying "consumers" for "readers", or "units" for "books" you'll know that I have finally been replaced by a droid.
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Joanne Harris 3h
Is it impossibly old-fashioned of me to believe that "wanting to be an author" should also be accompanied by "actually writing a book"?
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Helen Rappaport 11h
Why did I waste two hours of my life on that? I'd call that an unconvincing draw on both sides. Night night everyone.
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Helen Rappaport 13h
Are we all wide awake in UK and watching the debate then???
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Helen Rappaport 23h
Such a proud moment for me to see Mary Seacole portrait I discovered in 2003 promoted so prominently at NPG
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Helen Rappaport Sep 26
One of 's favourite painters - he painted several of her dogs also sculpted the lions in Trafalgar Sq
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Helen Rappaport Sep 26
Thanks Nick - yes Bekhteev admired by Romanov family.
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
15 Jan on PBS
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Lord Alfred Paget was the queen's equerry. He was devoted to her.
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Laüra Sep 25
Everytime Albert talks about having a family, all Victoria is thinking about is... 😂
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Beautiful writing, sensitive direction and wonderful performances - so proud to be part of as historical consultant
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
'The blackest stain upon civilized Europe' Albert's real words said with conviction on 1 June 1840 at Anti-Slavery Convention
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Stellar performance from as Ernest &beautiful tender brotherly moment with as tearful Albert
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Victoria dreaded getting pregnant thought it an 'unhappy condition Jumping up and down really was a naive Victorian preventive
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Lord Alfred's dog was Mrs Bumps her pet name. Real name Diver was Newfoundland/Retriever cross & did indeed wear cameo of Vic @ITVVvictoria
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Duchess Kate on 6 pm news looking thinner and thinner and eerily like Wallis Simpson in that retro blue outfit & hat
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Helen Rappaport Sep 25
Of course! Studied Russian at uni
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