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Old 09-01-2005, 03:26 AM
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CONGRATULATIONS OF HRH CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER II ON THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SERBIAN GOVERNMENT

Belgrade, 26 August 2005 – His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II extended his congratulations to Dr Boris Tadic, President of the Republic of Serbia, Dr Vojislav Kostunica, President of the Government of Serbia, and Mr. Predrag Markovic, President of the National Assembly, on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the establishment of “Praviteljstvujesci sovijet srpski”, the first government of the renewed Serbian State.

More: http://www.royalfamily.org/statement...state-1250.htm

STATEMENT OF THE CHANCELLARY OF HRH CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER II

Belgrade, 30 August 2005 – The text published in the daily “Glas Javnosti” on 27 August, 2005 brings out one of the numerous sensationalistic stories of the reputed treasury that King Peter II intended to carry out, or had carried out of the country in April 1941. As well as its other versions, this story is not based on the facts, nor on documentation, but on the very unreliable statements of individuals that were not even directly involved in the story they tell.

More: http://www.royalfamily.org/statement...state-1254.htm
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Old 11-14-2005, 10:31 AM
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http://www.nysun.com/article/23012

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Old 12-04-2005, 12:29 AM
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TRIP TO AUSTRALIA WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE
Belgrade, November 21, 2005 – Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine told reporters at the Royal Palace today that their trip to Australia was a great and good experience.

More: http://www.royalfamily.org/statement...state-1306.htm
Photos: http://www.royalfamily.org/events/20...hoto_story.htm

I wish I had heard something about their trip before they came. :(
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Old 12-20-2005, 09:02 PM
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I found some more information about Their Royal Highnesses visit to Australia via the SBS Serbia webpage: http://www9.sbs.com.au/radio/languag...nguage=Serbian If you click on the links, you can hear the radio broadcasts about it, but it's all in Serbian.

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Crown Prince Alexander II in Australia: 15.11.2005
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine arrived in Australia on 9th of November for a 6-day visit upon invitation of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and His Grace Milutin, Bishop of Australia and New Zeeland. It is very important that our people here act as ambassadors to our country. It is very important to create a bridge between our country and Australia and to invite Australians to Serbia to invest,’’ Crown Prince Alexander II told at a news conference upon arriving in Melbourne.
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Their Royal Highnesses in Sydney: 15.11.2005
On the third day of their first official visit to Australia, The Royal couple accompanied by His Excellency Milivoje Glisic, Serbia and Montenegro’s Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand had talks with Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir, the NSW Governor, and her husband Sir Nicholas Shehadie at the NSW Government House. Their Royal Highnesses and HE Ambassador Glisic then joined HE Marie Bashir in attending the Remembrance Day Commemoration. Later in the day, The Royal Couple visited the Greek Orthodox Church St. Spyridon College where they discussed with their hosts the possibility of having a sister school in Serbia to this college attended also by the Australian Serb children. The Royal Couple then visited the Sydney Children Hospital Oncology Ward and also St. Lazarus Orthodox Church where they met with representatives of the Serbian Church and Social organisations. Amongst the guests there were HE Ambassador Glisic and Mr. Phillip Benwell, the Chairman of the Australian Monarchist League.
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Their Royal Highnesses in Canberra: 15.11.2005
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine met with diplomats accredited in Canberra as well as some high ranking Australian officials and the Serbian community and the Serbian Orthodox clergy. At the Australian parliament, Crown Prince Alexander and his hosts, Hon Phillip Ruddock MP, Attorney-General and Mr. John Cobb, Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, exchanged views on the political situation in general and in the Balkans and on the position and the role of the Australian Serbs in their new homeland. In more details from His Excellency Milivoje Glisic, Serbia and Montenegro’s Ambassador to Australia.
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Interview:Crown Prince Alexander II : 15.11.2005
His Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II has given an exclusive interview to SBS RADIO. Ljiljana Novković held an interview.
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Crown Prince Alexander II in Australia: 15.11.2005
The guests at a charity dinner at the Serbian Orthodox St. Steven Church in Keysborough, Melbourne, included Mr. Richard Wynne, representing Steve Bracks, the Premier of Victoria, Councillor Maria Sampey, the Mayor of the City of Greater Dandengdon, and the representatives of the Monarchist League of Australia. Bishop Milutin and Ambassador Glisic expressed their gratitude to Their Royal Highnesses for coming to Australia with a clear pledge for unity and solidarity. Mr. Wynne praised the Serb community on the continent for adjusting to their new home while still respecting all their national and traditional values. Crown Prince Alexander expressed gratitude to Australia for being a good new home to many Serbs and called upon them to be good Australians as well.
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Old 12-20-2005, 09:10 PM
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Some photos of CP Alexander and CP Katherine at the Christening of Odysseas Kimon (thanks to mandyy and Larzen). There should be a news article of some description when they update their official site within the next few days.

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...hmentid=160544
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...hmentid=160572
I found one more photos from GettyImages. It's probably already been posted.



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I didn't realise they played any role of significance, I thought it was for the most part simply "smile, wave, cut the ribbon, send letters of congradulations to people for good stuff they do"... I mean, theyre not officially the monarchy at the mo'. But when they were in Australia they met with some pretty important people! I am really quite suprised! But I hope they achieved their goal of raising interest and funds for Serbia, a nation which I feel gets treated entirely unfairly in the media at times.
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Old 01-04-2006, 02:18 AM
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I think that Petar finished his studies and he is now working in London in design bussines. I think that Alexander finished too his studies in USA, but Filip is still studying (Spanish).
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Old 03-01-2006, 05:24 PM
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A bit late, but ...

HEREDITARY PRINCE PETER BIRTHDAY
Belgrade 3rd February 2006 - HRH Hereditary Prince Peter celebrates his twenty-sixth birthday on Sunday, 5th February in London.

http://www.royalfamily.org/statement...state-1355.htm
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Old 03-16-2006, 09:40 AM
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His Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II celebrated his 50th birthday with a party in London, at Claridges Hotel.

The party was held on the night of CP Pavlos of Greece and Marie-Chantal wedding day.




1. Crown Prince Alexander II and wife welcomes the Kings of Spain
2. Dukes of Soria with Maria and Alfonso
3. Princes Kyril and Rosario Nadal, Princes of Preslav
4. Infanta Dona Cristina
5. Queen Elizabeth II welcomed by Prince Alexander II



Source: Hola magazine
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Old 03-16-2006, 09:46 AM
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1. King Juan Carlos greeting Archiduke Simeón of Austria.
2. Kings of Sweden with Crown Princess Victoria
3. Simoneta Gómez-Acebo and husband José Miguel Fernández-Sastrón
4. Prince Víctor Manuel of Saboya and wife Marina Doria and son Prince Emmanuel Filiberto
5. Dukes of Bragança, Don Duarte and wife Dona Isabel Herédia


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Old 03-16-2006, 09:50 AM
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1. Empress Farah Pahlevi and daughter-in-law Princess Yasmín
2. Prince Kubrat and wife Carla Roya Villanova
3. Prince Konstantin and wife María García de la Rasilla


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Old 03-16-2006, 04:56 PM
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Thanks again for scanning all these photo for us, mtbcm!

When again did it take place? (I presume it was in the late 90s...)
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Old 03-16-2006, 05:55 PM
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If it was on the night of Pvalos' wedding day then it was July something (I think the 1st) 1995. So it was the mid-90s.
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STATEMENT OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS
CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER II
FOLLOWING THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE
MONTENEGRO REFERENDUM RESULTS

Dear Citizens of Serbia, My Dear People!

It has been officially confirmed that the people of Montenegro voted for independence.

I am sad, but I wish our Montenegrin brothers peace, democracy and happiness. .

The people of Montenegro are our brothers and sisters no matter what if we live in one or in two countries, that is how it was and that is how it will be forever.

Now, it is time for us, Serbs, to completely dedicate ourselves to our Serbia. Too much blood has been spilled, too much strength of the people has been wasted, too much reputation has been lost in the twentieth century and even in the twenty first century with few positive results.

We cannot waist anymore precious time. Now is the golden time for Serbia to put itself in order, according to its measures. That measure is the Kingdom of Serbia.

I strongly believe in the Constitutional Parliamentary Kingdom of Serbia. Again, we need to be proud, a strong Serbia that is at peace with itself and with its neighbors. We were a proud, respected and happy country in the days of my great grandfather King Peter I. So, we can do it! Only if we have a form of governance close to the Serbian soul: the Kingdom of Serbia.

In modern Constitutional Parliamentary Monarchies, the Parliament and the Government rule and are elected in elections, just like in a republic. The Head of the State is the King. The King respects all the political parties, but he is not the member of any political party!

That is the reason why Constitutional Parliamentary Monarchies are often more stable: for example the United Kingdom, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, and Spain… Spain is an exceptional example of a country that Monarchy with King Juan Carlos returned to the path the success and respect after decades of problems.

Simply, the King is above daily politics, he is the guardian of national unity, political stability and continuity of the state. In Constitutional Parliamentary Monarchies the King is the protector of public interest: there is no personal or party interest. What is most important is the interest of Serbia.

I am ready to meet all our politicians; we have to work together for the common good of Serbia, and to be friends in the name of the future of our country. I appeal for the end of the continuous wrangling, division and arguments. I appeal for mature democratic debate in the interest of Serbia. Serbia must have clear and realistic objectives.

Now, we must skillfully move ahead with political unity and maturity to launch a strategic plan for the future of Serbia. Serbia must be reborn as a modern nation respecting itself with a positive and respected image both internally and externally. That can be achieved with passionate and persistent work for our country, based on a clear vision of our future.

The Kingdom of Modern Serbia will be a proud respected democratic country with respect for all citizens regardless of their political affiliation, religion or ethnic origin.

The Crown is positive for our democracy. The Crown respects and protects everyone. The Crown strengthens our democracy. The Crown brings credibility. The Crown reconciles.

I am proud of Serbia and wish to be the servant of our country. The Kingdom of Serbia is Serbia’s answer for a strong, democratic Serbia in Europe. The Kingdom of Serbia will provide the fastest way forward to the European Union, it will encourage work on attracting investments, stimulating economic growth, and work for the creation of jobs and social services, pensions and education of our youth.

Let’s no waste any more time. Serbia must move ahead.

I want to serve Serbia.

Long live Serbia!

Belgrade , 24 May 2006

Source: http://www.royalfamily.org/statements/state-det/state-1412.htm
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Old 07-18-2006, 01:33 PM
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Happy Belated 61st Birthday, Crown Prince Alexander!!
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http://www.up-rs.si/up-rs/uprs.nsf/d...A?OpenDocument

A article about CP couple's visit in Slovenia. But only in Slovene, sorry!

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From Google Video - HRH Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia speaks about the war in Serbia

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4784377.stm
From the BBC. An interview with Crown Prince Alexander.
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MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR PRINCE PAUL
Belgrade 14 September 2006 - Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine attended today a memorial service for Тheir Royal Highnesses Prince Paul, Princess Olga and Prince Nicholas in The Orthodox Cathedral in Belgrade.
http://www.royalfamily.org/statement...state-1482.htm
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Banja Luka, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic (L), whose throne is only ceremonial, meets Prime minister of the Bosnian Serb entity, (Republika Srpska) Milorad Dodik in Banja Luka, 19 September 2006. Prince Karadjordjevic arrived in Bosnia with his wife Katarina on a private visit

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Serbian Prince, Princess Seek Help From Northwest Indiana

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