A new photograph of showing four generations of the Windsor line has been released by Buckingham Palace, ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday on Thursday. Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George (who is standing on a set of blocks to make him around the same height as his seated relatives) flank the Queen as her three direct heirs, all four wearing shades of blue and white. The photo, … Continue reading
The Swedish Royal Court has announced that Princess Sofia gave birth to her and Prince Carl Philip’s first child – a son – this evening at 6:25pm local time. The infant Prince, whose name will be announced during a cabinet meeting Thursday morning, was born at the Danderyd Hospital weighing 3.59kg. Both mother and son are doing well. Prince Carl Philip met with the media a short time ago at the hospital … Continue reading
Norway’s Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit today paid a visit to Sandefjord in the south of Norway to help assist in the mission to become the cleanest city in the country. After meeting with the Sandefjord Waste Clearing Team, the two royal ladies were given their own fluro vests to wear as they pitched in with the cleaning effort. “It’s a wonderful initiative of the volunteers,” Crown Princess Mette-Marit said of … Continue reading
After marrying Pierre Casiraghi in a lavish ceremony, 30 year old Beatrice Borromeo opens up about marriage, work and fashion in an interview with glamour magazine. Click here to read the exclusive interview which took place in New York city. Embed from Getty Images Beatrice Borromeo-Casiraghi and Pierre Casiraghi attend The 62nd Rose Ball To Benefit The Princess Grace Foundation at Sporting Monte-Carlo on March 19, 2016.
Described as “an incredible affair” that “left such a mark on people” by Monaco’s Prince Albert II, today marks the sixtieth anniversary of the marriage of Prince Rainier III of Monaco and Hollywood actress Grace Kelly. The elaborate religious wedding ceremony that took place on April 19, 1956 at the Cathédrale de Monaco has gone down as one of the most famous weddings of the 20th century that was watched live … Continue reading
Queen Noor of Jordan attended Judson University’s sixth annual World Leaders Forum in Elgin, Illinois, on Monday. King Hussein’s widow is the first leader from the Middle East to speak at Judson’s forum. Her Majesty was the keynote speaker and in her hour-long speech focused on topics including refugees and her work to support humanitarianism. Queen Noor, who is on the board of RefugeesInternational, reminded the auditorium that refugees constitute a third … Continue reading
Princess Tessy has received the Mrongovius Medal from the University of Olsztyn in northeastern Poland. The 30 year old Princess received the medal fro “spreading humanistic ideas worldwide”. I am very honored to have been awarded as well as Princess Ingrid Detter de Frankopan the Mrongovius Medal for spreading Humanistic Ideas Worldwide at the conference on the Limits of Christianity today in Poland. #Poland #education #humanity #futurgenerations #languages #culturalmemory I … Continue reading
It’s been announced that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are hosting a private dinner for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama on Friday April 22. The dinner will take place at Kensington Palace. A White House spokesman said: “The visit will allow the president to offer his gratitude to the British government and people for their stalwart partnership with his administration and the American … Continue reading
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Ahead of the upcoming Koningsdag celebrations that will take place on April 27, this evening a concert was held at the De Spiegel theatre in Zwolle. King Willem-Alexander and his wife, Queen Maxima, attend. They were joined by Princess Beatrix and Prof. Pieter van Vollenhoven. During the concert was mainly classical music and guitar. The artists present this year were guitarists Jan Akkerman, Izhar Elias and Fernando Lameirinhas, singer Janne Schra and dancer Maria … Continue reading
Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah visited Al Koum Al Ahmar village in Al Mafraq Governorate today. During the visit, Queen Rania met with residents and locals, toured a school and visited Al Koum Al Ahmar Chartable Society. The busy day needed by visiting a home of an underprivileged elderly woman. Queen Rania listened to her needs and offered support. Queen Rania’s visit comes as part of her community outreach … Continue reading
Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene watched the men’s singles final match between Rafael Nadal of Spain and Gael Monfils of France during the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters at Monte-Carlo Sporting Club. Prince Albert and Princess Charlene handed out the trophies and posed for pictures. Rafael Nadal won the match. Princess Charlene wore cropped pants with a matching jacket and couldn’t go missing with her silver shades and silver … Continue reading
Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan continues her working trip in Washington DC with a UN Foundation event. On her instragran account she posted a picture quoted with “With some remarkable women at an event hosted by the United Nations Foundation, yesterday, on the investments and innovations critically needed to improve the well-being of women and girls, especially those trapped in conflict”.
The Queen of Denmark was surrounded by her eight grandchildren today as she celebrated her 76th birthday with a traditional balcony appearance at Amalienborg. To the cheers of the awaiting crowd, Queen Margrethe (in a bright blue dress and coat – she is a big fan of this shade it seems) stepped out on to the central balcony with her husband, Prince Henrik, as her two sons – Frederik and … Continue reading
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited India’s most well-known monuments, the Taj Mahal, today and recreated the iconic photograph of the Duke’s mother, Diana Princess of Wales, sitting in front of the monument – though this time, the royal visitors had happy smiles on their faces. William and Kate posed for the press on the same marble bench the late Princess sat in back in 1992, with the magnificent … Continue reading
The infant Bhutanese Prince, who was born on February 5 as the first child of King Jigme Khesar and Queen Jetsun Pema, has been named today in an official naming ceremony at the Punakha Dzong. His name has been announced as Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck. Prince Jigme Namgyel’s naming day was chosen as April 16 as it is the death anniversary of Zhandrung Kuchoe, and this year is also the 400th anniversary of … Continue reading
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended the Olympic qualification swimming tournament on April 15. The event was officially scheduled for Princess Mary to attended but Prince Frederik made an appearance by the side of his wife and was a surprise by many. Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Swimming Federation, and Crown Prince Frderik watched a few qualifier races for this summer’s Olympic Games 2016 … Continue reading
Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan has started a working visit to Washington D.C. The first event of her visit on April 14 was attending and participating in the screening of Salam Neighbor, a film on Syrian refugees. The event was held at the Gaston Hall at Georgetown University. After the screening of the film, Queen Rania made remarks on the situation. Also making remarks were the filmmakers Chris Temple … Continue reading
Rocking a black fedora and a lilac military-style coat, Princess Anne attended the parade of the Royal Armoured Corps at Bovington Camp in Dorset on April 15, 1971.
Completing a six-hour, five-mile long hike up to the Tiger’s Nest monastery in Bhutan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were both awed by the natural beauty of the region. “I feel very lucky and fortunate to see such beautiful scenery,” Kate said during a brief press meeting at the conclusion the hike, while William agreed, saying that while “it was quite tough on the way up…this is absolutely stunning.” … Continue reading