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Old 06-13-2006, 06:55 AM
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Some more HQs from thaiphotocenter, various royals, various events.


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Just heard on the news... (on Channel News Asia)

Tonight's banquet will be celebrated on a new throne hall.
The meal will be prepared by famous chef of the Oriental Hotel.

Almost every news i watch always mentioned a good deed that the King does.
Just then, i watched that a little girl wrote to the King about her ill mother. She comes from the village area of Thailand. The King personally contacted his staff at the Royal Projects initiated by him, and shortly, the girl was helped and today, she can live in a home & get helped by royal project.
Quite a touching story...

1-4 : Prince Albert II of Monaco & Prince Alois of Liechtenstein visit Jim Thomson house, one of top attraction place for tourist in Bangkok, 13 June 2006. Thailand plans to offer tourist packages that take in landmarks visited by the world's monarchs during its king's Diamond Jubilee celebrations this week, reports said.
Kings, princes and sultans from 25 countries flocked to Thailand to celebrate King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th anniversary on the throne, an event that showcased the splendor of the kingdom once known as Siam.
5-6 : Prince Willem-Alexander & Princess Maxima leaving after watching Royal Barge Procession
7-8 : Today, on June 13, 2006, King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia presented the Swedish Royal Order of the Polar Star (the only thing is that i don't know to who? :o )

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1 Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah and Raja Isteri Pegiran
2 Liechenstein Hereditary Prince Alois
3 Lalla Salama, Morocco
4 Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck
5 Silvia an dCarl Gustaf, Sweden
6 Prince Andrew, UK
7 Princess Mette-MArit, Norway
8 Prince Willem Alexander and Princess Maxima, Netherlands
9 Princess Nkhosothando
10 The Empress of Japan
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Their Majesties the King Bhumibol & Queen Sirikit, along with the Royal Family has just arrived at the Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall.
Queen Sirikit is wearing long gown with dark colour. Queen Sirikit is wearing a diamond tiara!
They are now sitting while waiting for their royal guests.

Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn & Princess Sirindhorn are waiting in the corridor to greet the guests.

19.52 (bangkok time) : The 1st guest just arrived, the Prince of Oman
19.53 : Duke of York just entered the throne hall
19.54 : Prince Philippe & Princess Mathilde arrived - mathilde wore a recycled silver dress, i think with the laurel wreath tiara (i think)
19.56 : Haakon & Mette-Marit arrived. MM wore a red-pink/fuschia colour dress, she curtsey gracefuly again to the Queen.
19.57 : Willem-Alexander & Maxima arrived. not quite sure what colour her dress is but a light one.
19.58 : Crown Prince of Bhutan arrived.

19.59 (bangkok time) : from Bahrain arrived.
20.00 : princess Lalla Salma in hot red kafkan.

20.01 : Queen Sofia in white colour dress, with a big tiara.
20.02 : Prince Henrik in his white naval uniform just arrived.
20.03 : Prince Alois of Liechtenstein in gala formal
20.04 : Prince Albert of Monaco in white formal uniform

(i'm not sure what the dress code is, since the King is wearing naval uniform but with black pants. some Princes wear white naval uniform, and some in black gala formal)

20.05 : not sure who, from Middle East
20.06 : King Norodom Sihamoni in black formal uniform
20.07 : King & Queen of Malaysia. the King is wearing similar outfit like yesterday noon, while the Queen with tiara & red gala dress.
20.08 : Grand Duke Henri in normal Luxembourgian formal uniform
20.09 : King Abdullah of Jordan just arrived.
20.10 : King & Queen of Lesotho, the Queen looks lovely in blue dress & tiara.

20.12 : Emperor & Empress of Japan. Michiko in black-white dress
20.14 : the Sheikh of Qatar & his wife, who once again looks beautiful in white dress.
20.15 : from Swaziland
20.16 : King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia of Sweeden, who wore a light colour (light blue/light purple/white) dress, looks very elegant & glamorous
20.17 : Sultan of Brunei, the last one just arrived.
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7-8 : Today, on June 13, 2006, King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia presented the Swedish Royal Order of the Polar Star (the only thing is that i don't know to who? :o )
According to what I've read, it should be the Thai interior minister, Bhokin Bhalakula. The Order of the Polar Star has been bestowed upon him as an appreciation from Sweden, for the efforts and help in connection to the tsunami in 2004.

Before him, I think at least two Thai officials have received royal decorations from King Carl Gustaf during the Royal Couple's visit in 2005.
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Okay people, I've gone absolutely mad now! What a wonderful video that is. I wanted to make some screencaps, but that didn't work, so I made a picture of my computer screen. I'm insane, but oh well. Here's a pic of King Bumibol and his lovely wife queen Sikrit.

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screencaps from manager.co.th (not a good quality though..) :



2 - Philippe & Mathilde of Belgium
3 - Haakon & Mette-Marit of Norway
4 - Willem-Alexander & Maxima of Netherlands
5 - Crown Prince of Bhutan
6 - Emperor & Empress of Japan
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I'm not too sure about the yellow outfit but it's really great to see Lalla Salma interacting, and with such apparent ease, with other royals.
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I prefer when Lalla Salma wears the traditonal cafetan. She is stunningly beautiful chen she wears the traditional dress.
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Maxima is beautiful!!! (The photo's come from Crownprincess Mary Forum)
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A meal fit for kings and queens

A five-course meal with ingredients from the Royal Project scheme awaits the 400 royal and other guests at tonight's banquet hosted by His Majesty the King at the Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall.

Leading the team of chefs cooking this historic meal will be Norbert Kostner, executive chef at the Oriental Hotel.
Nearly half of all the dishes for the banquet will include seafood, veal and fresh vegetables from royal projects.
About 150 Oriental Hotel employees will be serving the dishes.

Every table will feature a brief information menu about the main ingredients.
Preparations for the banquet began nearly a month ago, while the dish preparations began 48 hours before the banquet, said Costner, who despite his years of experience was excited to be catering for the banquet in the newly built throne hall.
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006...l_30006356.php


Rama IX Throne Hall hosts first official function
HM to receive foreign royals at banquet in Borommaratchasathit Maholan hall

The recently completed Rama IX throne hall will hold its first official function today as His Majesty the King hosts a banquet for the visiting foreign royals.

The Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall is an extension to the Chakri Throne Hall that was built by King Rama V in the Grand Palace compound.

Matichon Newspaper reported that Kriengkrai Visavamitr, a senior official at the Bureau of the Royal Household's Royal Chamberlains Division, said the new hall was very spacious as it consisted of three rooms: the "yellow" central room, the "blue" eastern room and the "green" western room.

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Although His Majesty was not keen on the idea [of building a new throne hall], royal court officials agreed it should be built to mark the 60th anniversary of His Majesty's accession to the throne, Thanpuying Putrie said.
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006...l_30006355.php


King's guests enthralled by the stunning grandeur of centuries-old Thai barge procession

In an unprecedented gathering of royalty from around the world, kings, queens and royal representatives from 26 countries arrived at the historic Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall in Bangkok yesterday to join in paying tribute to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60 years on the throne.

They sat side by side and chatted in a glittering and intimate atmosphere the like of which has never before taken place. Then they were led off by His Majesty the King to attend a photo session with all members of the Thai Royal Family.

Their Majesties the King and Queen and members of the Thai Royal Family arrived at the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall soon after 1.30pm to welcome their royal guests.

The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, which overlooks the Royal Plaza, is one of Bangkok's landmark buildings. It is a marble structure built in the early 20th century during the reign of King Vajiravudh and designed by an Italian architect. It has all the renaissance qualities of aesthetic beauty, from its main dome to six smaller domes and paintings adorning the interior.

The throne hall is rich with history. It was the scene of the assembly of Thailand's first Parliament and the country's first Constitution was presented there.

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Then His Majesty made a brief response, in Thai.
"I would like to mention to all of you that it is not the duty of any individual in particular, but the duty of all Thais, to try to do their best in any work for the benefit and prosperity of the country," the King said. "As a Thai myself, I also have duties like other Thais. I would like to thank all who have worked with their best efforts and have lent cooperation to me. I also would like to thank all monarchs and royal dignitaries who attended this occasion. May the Triple Gems and all other sacred entities protect you from all sufferings and danger, and give you happiness."
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006...s_30006357.php


Exhibition on King's development projects

Monarchs from 25 countries were invited to the opening yesterday of an exhibition of HM the King's Royal Development Projects at the Royal Thai Navy Convention Hall.

The exhibition, organised by the Foreign Ministry, features the King's royal activities and projects over the past 60 years of his reign. It is pre-sented through multimedia tech-niques.
The royal projects are efforts by the King to help eradicate problems associated with soil, forests, water and human habitation, ultimately leading to sustainable development for local people.

The royal guests were shown a video presentation explaining the main problems of the country, which are erosion, forest fires, flooding and poverty. The presentation outlined the King's many projects to eradicate these problems.
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006...l_30006354.php


Two royal visitors visit Jim Thompson House

The Jim Thompson House hosted on Tuesday visits from two princes - one from Liechtenstein and the other from Monaco - both of whom expressed strong interest in Thai culture and arts.

"We are very proud to receive visits from the two princes and very glad that both are very interested in Thai arts and cultures," said Professor William Klausner, president of the James HW Thompson Foundation under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
The Jim Thompson Museum, famous for its showcase of Thompson's extensive collection of Thai and Asian art and antiques, was closed to the public during the morning to host Prince Alois of Liechtenstein and Prince Albert II of Monaco.

At 9.20am Prince Alois arrived at The Jim Thompson House to a warm welcome from Klausner, who escorted the prince through the complex of six traditional Thai houses.
"I explained to him the history of the house as well as the story of Jim - how he became interested in Thai silk," Klausner said.
During the 45minute tour Prince Alois was very attentive and particularly interested in the museum's management, Klausner said.
"He mentioned that his family also collected European antiques and recently opened a museum in his palace," Klausner said.

He said the prince was very keen to learn how to attract as many people as The Jim Thompson House, which last year drew more than 170,000 visitors. The museum also presented a necktie to Prince Alois, a scarf to his wife Sophie, Duchess of Bavaria, and Tshirts for all four of their children, said Klausner.
After visiting the museum, Prince Alois planned to go to the Suan Pakkad Palace and the National Museum.

At 10.30am, Klausner hosted another 45minute tour for Prince Albert.
"He was very attentive, particularly to the garden. He also praised the talent of Jim in collecting beautiful antiques as well as the idea of opening his house to the public to showcase his collection."
Klausner said Prince Albert is very familiar with Thailand as he has visited the Kingdom several times. "He said he had been to Phuket. During this trip, he was in Chiang Mai before coming to Bangkok," said Klausner, who presented a necktie to the prince upon his departure.

After visiting the house, Prince Albert presided over the opening ceremony of the Honorary Consulate of Monaco to the Kingdom of Thailand on Sukhumvit Soi 61 and had lunch with Honorary Consul Sribhum Sukhanetr, said Piroon Laismit, the Liaison of Monaco. The two countries recently established diplomatic relations.
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006...s_30006374.php


Emperor praises Thai King

His Majesty Emperor Akihito of Japan has deepest admiration for His Majesty the King of Thailand, and praises the Thai monarch as his country's champion of Democracy as well as being the great King of development, who has devoted his efforts to improve the life of the poor to help them stand on their own feet, the Emperor's press secretary said.

In an exclusive interview with Thai News Agency, Sakutaro Tanino, the Emperor's press secretary said the royal visit to Thailand of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan to the grand celebrations of King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th anniversary of his accession to the throne reaffirmed the close and strong relationship between the two Royal Houses.
http://www.bangkokpost.com/breaking_....php?id=102693

2 more from Profimedia of yesterday at the Royal Navy Club
first one is Haakon & Mette-Marit (still got that holding hands.. ), the 2nd one is a rare sight, the Crown Prince of Bhutan

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This handout picture shows Thai Deputy Prime Minister Surakiart Sathirathai sees off Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of United Arab Emirates at Royal Military airport in Bangkok, 13 June 2006. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has left Thailand after attending the ceremonies of the 60th anniversary of Thai King Bumibhol Adulyadej on the throne.
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now.. from the Gala Banquet

Guards in front of the Chakri Throne Hall as royalty arrive for the ceremonial Royal Banquet in Honour of the visiting foreign monarchs from 25 nations and other VIP guests in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday 13 June 2006. The lavish banquet in the royal palace complex is the final event in ceremonies to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the rule of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest reigning monarch. (EPA-ANP)




1&2 - Japanese Emperor Akihito gets out of a limousine as he arrives at the Grand Palace for a banquet in Bangkok Tuesday, June 13, 2006. King Bhumibol Adulyadej hosted a lavish banquet for royalty from 25 countries to close out a five-day celebration of his 60th anniversary on the throne. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit/Polfoto & EPA-ANP)

3 - Her Royal Highness Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha wife of the most senior visiting monarch, the Sultan of Brunei Haji Hassanal Bolkiah, wears a jewel studded tiara as she arrives to enter the Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall for the Royal Banquet in Honour of the visiting foreign monarchs from 25 nations and other VIP guests in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday 13 June 2006. The lavish banquet in the royal palace complex is the final event in ceremonies to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the rule of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest reigning monarch. (EPA-ANP)

4 - Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia are greeted by Thai Crown Prince Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and Princess Chulabhorn Walailak upon their arrival at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, 13 June 2006 for the official banquet. (AFP-Getty)

6 - Japanese Emperor (L) is welcomed by Thai Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, 13 June 2006 for the official banquet. (AFP-Getty)
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Mette-Marit's hairstyle look very beautiful..
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and now.. the Thai Royal Family at Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall on June 12, 2006
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ps. it's 10.40 pm bangkok time. already quite late, isn't it? The King just finished his speech, and now the guests are standing up for a speech from Sultan of Brunei
The Sultan's speech is really fitting and beautiful. Right to the point and really suitable for the ocassion. I hope we can see the text of that.
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Screenshots of queen Silvia! (The photo's come from Crownprincess Mary Forum) She looks also very beautiful!
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from Getty & anp-epa

1&2 - BANGKOK, THAILAND - JUNE 13 : Dutch Princess Maxima arrives at the Golden Palace to attend the Royal banquet on June 13, 2006 in Bangkok. The king of Thailand is marking the 60th anniversary of his accession to the throne.
3 - Thai King Bumibhol Adulyadej (R) and Queen Sirikit receiving Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al- Sabah at Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall for the Royal Banquet in Honour of the visiting foreign monarchs in Bangkok, 13 June 2006.
4 - Thai King Bumibhol Adulyadej (R) and Queen Sirikit receiving Luxembourg Grand Duke Henri at the Borommaratchasathit Maholan Throne Hall for the Royal Banquet
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The Photos of the Gala Banquet have now available at :

http://www.thaiphotocenter.com/index.php

Scroll down to "13 June - Gala Banquet"

from Thai Photo Center :

1 - Prince Alois of Liechtenstein
2 - Prince Albert of Monaco
3&4 - King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia of Sweden
5 - King Abdullah of Jordan
6 - Emperor Akihito & Empress Michiko of Japan
7 - King & Queen of Lesotho (i think..)
8 - Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg
9 - King & Queen of Malaysia


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I didn't like Lalla Salma look at all during this visit, she wasn't at all refined
Yellow color don't suit her at all, the combination of her red hairs and yellow color isn't at all beautiful, and her make-up don’t suit her
I don't like also her look during the dinner, her caftan wasn't elegant, the belt was hideous
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1 - King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia of Sweden
2 - King & Queen of Swaziland (i think)
3 - King Norodom Sihamoni of Cambodia
4 - King & Queen of Malaysia
6 - Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg
7 - King Abdullah of Jordan
8 - Emperor Akihito & Empress Michiko of Japan
9 - Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani and Princess Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser al Missned
10 - Sultan of Brunei, with his wife

and more from Getty :

1 - Belgium Crown Prince Philippe is welcomed by Thai Crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
2 - Spanish Queen Sofia is welcomed by Thai Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and Thai Crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
3&4 - Danish Prince Consort Henrik is welcomed by Thai Crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (R) upon arriving at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, 13 June 2006 for the official banquet.
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