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Since Photobox was founded in 2000 we've worked obsessively to simplify the printing and personalising of digital photos online. From humble origins, Photobox has grown to become the European market-leader in photo-based products serving millions of customers a year in over ten markets. 

Whether it's personalised canvases, calendars, mugs, jigsaws, phone covers, or our classic photo books, Photobox has a wide range of products perfect for every occasion.

We're part of Photobox Group, Europe’s leading retailer of personal and personalised products. Our family of brands – Photobox, Moonpig, Hofmann and PosterXXL – make millions of moments real for our customers around the world.

 

Jennie Bond

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As the BBC's Royal Correspondent during 14 of the most turbulent years the monarchy has endured, Jennie was at the heart of events that made headlines around the world: from the fairytale marriages to the adultery, the divorces and the deaths. Jennie reported on it all and now enjoys sharing her experiences and often hilarious adventures with audiences at home and abroad. Her "confessions" include her faux-pas when she tried to amuse the Queen, her long and intimate conversations with the Princess of Wales and what Prince Charles really thinks of her white stilettos! She loves to make people laugh and to show them that she is quite different from how people imagined her when she stood outside the Palace.

 

Dominic Sandbrook

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Dominic Sandbrook is a historian, broadcaster and columnist. He is best known for his best-selling series of books on life in post-war Britain- Never Had It So Good, White Heat, State of Emergency and Seasons in the Sun and The Great British Dream Factory. His four-part series The 70s, which he wrote and presented, aired on BBC Two in 2012 to great acclaim. The series was followed up in 2016, when he presented The 80s with Dominic Sandbrook. He has presented a number of other series for BBC Two, including Tomorrow's Worlds: The Unearthly History of Science Fiction and Strange Days; Cold War Britain.