Sarah

Editor-in-Chief / Fashion Editor 

Sarah Williams dreamed up this website one night after having 2 years of success with her website, The Royals and I. She quickly contacted what she considers to be the "dream team" of editors to help her build the site, and thus UFO No More was born. When she isn’t reading and writing about royalty, Sarah can be found teaching elementary students. Sarah's work has been featured in Svenskdam, Expressen, and is one of the leading Swedish Royal Experts in the United States. 


Heaven

Fashion Editor

Heaven LeeMiller has been finding royal fashion for years. Originally authoring the blog, Queen Rania's Fashion, and later moving on to focus on identifying royal fashion over many different royal houses. When she is not completing her schoolwork, she can be found searching for new fashion or watching football. She remains one of the leading experts on Royal Fashion around the world and her finds have been featured in Svenskdam and Point de Vue. She also is Europe Correspondent at Royal Central since April 2017.


Laura

Fashion Editor

Head of Podcasting

Laura is relatively new to the blogging world, but quickly made a name for herself, impressing others quickly with her finds new and old covering multiple royal houses. This is her first royal blog to contribute to, and we are so excited to have her on the team. Her finds have been featured in Svenskdam and The Inquisitr. 

In January 2018, Laura created the UFO No More Podcast which is released every Monday and covers the latest royal news from around the world with various guests.

When Laura isn't trying to ID UFOs, she works full time as a business analyst in Omaha, Nebraska.  You can follow Laura on Twitter @Japanese_Ginger (she's 25% Japanese and a redhead) where she tweets about royal fashion and random musings from her life.


I'm relatively new to the fashion blogging world, but picked up on the hobby rather quickly. This is the first blog I got to contribute to, and the first fashion blog that piqued my interest when I wanted to start looking for fashion pieces. When not looking for UFOs, I'm going to college full time to become a Historian, hopefully a historian that deals with the history of European Monarchies. I didn't start following royals until the royal wedding of Prince William to Catherine Middleton. From there the royal obsession began...in a good way. Now, it's not only the British royals that I follow, but all the royal families. Everyday there is a something new to learn and sometimes a new piece to ID.

Samantha

Multi-Topic Editor  


Brittani is from Tennessee. She holds a degree in political science and history from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and has a graduate degree from Northeastern University. 

Her love of the royals began as a young child when her great-grandmother told her that the family had royal blood. She followed the British Royal Family for years, but her love of royalty intensified with the announcement of the engagement of Prince William to Catherine Middleton. From there, she began researching other royal families and soon found the Swedish Royal Family to be her favorite. She's been reading, writing, and researching royals for over a decade.

She also serves as the Deputy Editor of Royal Central. You can follow her on Twitter @brittani_91.

Brittani

Events Blog Editor 


Rebecca is from Sweden and joined the team in 2018. As a Swede she has always known about the Swedish royals from afar and shared a minor interest with them with her grandmother. She started taking closer notice around the wedding of Victoria and Daniel and gained an interest of the British royals after the wedding of William and Kate. Following that she learned more about other royal families and the interest continued to grow.

Always a keen sleuth she was unsurprisingly drawn towards the fashion finding part of the royal following as an observer. Her joining the UFO No More team is her first experience with finding fashion herself but it's not her main focus. She is a general editor on the site and fills in where there is need.

She also helps with translations from Swedish and when possible Norwegian and Danish.

Rebecca

General Editor