The Belgian King and Queen this morning visit the Erasmus Hospital in Anderlecht, where they were given a briefing by medical staff on the conditions and injuries suffered by victims of yesterday’s horrific terrorist attack in the Belgian capital, which killed over 30 people. They also met with volunteers who provided medical aid across the day and also some of the victims which were taken to this particular hospital. Erasmus ziekenhuis … Continue reading
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain have visited the Belgian Embassy in Madrid to pay their respects to the victims of yesterday’s terrorist attacks in Brussels. The couple met with the Belgian Ambassador to Spain, Pierre Labouverie, before signing the condolence book. Their message read, “Given the terrible terrorist attacks yesterday in Brussels, we want above all to express our condemnation and abhorrence firmly. The pain of Belgium is also … Continue reading
On his fourth day in Nepal, Prince Harry honoured fallen Gurkha soldiers during a remembrance ceremony at the British Gurkha Camp in Pokhara. Wearing the number 1 dress of the Blues and Royals, the Prince laid a wreath of poppies during the ceremony which contained a note reading “With the deepest admiration, respect and gratitude. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Hardik Sradhanjali.” Harry served alongside Gurkha soldiers during his tour … Continue reading
Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran hosted a small celebration to mark the Persian New Year, Nowrouz, yesterday at her home in Washington, D.C. Prince Reza, his wife Yasmine and their daughters Noor, Iman and Farah, Princess Farahnaz and Raha Didevar and her daughter with the late Prince Alireza, Iryana, were all present for the celebration.
At least 28 people have been killed in Brussels this morning, as explosions occurred at the city’s airport and at a metro station. The Belgian Royal Court issued a statement from King Philippe, saying that he and Queen Mathilde were “shocked by the horrific attacks” on the city. Their thoughts are with the victims and their families in this terrible time. The royal couple’s agenda for the next two days … Continue reading
Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg celebrates her 60th birthday today. Born on March 22, 1956 in Havana, Cuba, to parents José Antonio Mestre y Alvarez and María Teresa Batista y Falla de Mestre. In 1959, the family moved to New York city because of the revolution. After completing high school, Maria Teresa moved to Switzerland, it was there where she met her future husband and was at the time … Continue reading
Continuing his visit to Nepal, Prince Harry today highlighted the important role tourism plays in helping Nepal recover from last year’s disastrous earthquake. Beginning at the Bardia National Park, the Prince went on a boat ride down the Khauraha River which offers a great opportunity for tourists to spot local wildlife. Harry was also shown the tiger cameras the park rangers use to monitor the 50 tigers which live in the Park. … Continue reading
Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg and their immediate family have had an audience with Pope Francis today at the Vatican. @Gertsroyals The Luxembourg Grand-Ducal family hosted by the Holy Father today on Vatican City pic.twitter.com/FCoSmLTYG3 — Ben Ben (@BenjaminAlm3456) March 21, 2016 The Grand Duchess exercised her privilège du blanc, wearing a simple white suit, while the other ladies in the family – Hereditary Grand Duchess … Continue reading
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Prince Harry has begun his multi-day visit to the mountainous country of Nepal, arriving in Kathmandu on Saturday and meeting with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Then at a reception later in the day, the Prince delivered a speech in which he mentioned last year’s devastating earthquakes: “I pay my respects to those who perished and hope to do what I can to shine a spotlight on the resilience of the Nepali people…I … Continue reading
As the region prepares to celebrate mothers day tomorrow (March 21) Queen Rania of Jordan has posted an early message and a video on her Facebook account. Jordan also celebrates the fallen soldiers of Jordan on the same day. “Every mother’s heart is a homeland for her children. Happy Mother’s Day to all moms, and a special one to the brave moms of our soldiers, who work tirelessly day in and … Continue reading
The King of Sweden today was in the crowd at Albert Park to cheer on his countryman Marcus Ericsson in the Australian Formula One Grand Prix. He was given a tour of the Sauber team’s garage prior to the afternoon race, which Ericsson unfortunately for his royal supporter did not finish. It is a great honor to welcome H.M. King Carl XIV Gustaf of Sweden at the #AusGP @Kungafamiljen #F1 pic.twitter.com/kRBJqkePJC — … Continue reading
One of the biggest charity events took place last night in Monaco and it was no other than Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel who dressed Princess Caroline and her daughters, Charlotte Casiraghi and Princess Alexandra of Hanover. Embed from Getty Images Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld on March 19, 2016. Princess Caroline and Charlotte wore outfits right off the Chanel Haute Couture … Continue reading
The annual Bal de la Rose took place this evening at the Sporting Monte-Carlo, and Beatrice Borromeo, the wife of Pierre Casiraghi, stole the show in an extravagant ball gown. Donning a bright red strapless gown from Giambattista Valli that featured a voluminous tulle ruffled skirt, Beatrice stood out from the rest of the ladies in her family, who chose neutrals and pastels for the evening. Her hair was swept up into a … Continue reading
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have completed their tour of the Balkans, spending an emotion-filled day in Kosovo. After a brief meeting with President Atifete Jahjaga, during which the Prince was presented with the Order for Peace, Democracy and Humanism, Charles and Camilla had a series of engagements that related to the 1998-99 conflict in the country. Charles attended a meeting on the topic of missing individuals … Continue reading
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark continued their reputations as action princes today as they competed in the Birkebeinerrennet cross-country skiing race. The race runs the 54km between Rena and Lillehammer. Much was made by the media prior to the event as to which Prince would prevail over the other, to “do their country proud” (all in a joking manner of course). Haakon was the ‘victor’ … Continue reading
Some of Denmark’s royal children were treated to a visit to Legoland today, as their parents opened a new exhibit at the park. Prince Felix, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena were on hand to be some of the first to test out Ninjago World, the youngest of the siblings wasting no time in hoping on to the climbing wall to see how high she could climb. Four-year-old Athena was also highly delighted by … Continue reading
Crown Princess Margaretha of Romania has been named the most influencial woman of Romania in 2016 by business magazine ‘Forbes’. The Princess received her award at a gala that was held in Bucharest’s Hilton Hotel: Athénée Palace. The Princess has been named ‘custodian of the crown’ two weeks ago, when her father King Mihai announced that he would withdraw from public life. Crown Princess Margaretha. Picture from prtince Radu’s blog. … Continue reading
Princess Madeleine of Sweden took to Facebook to share an adorable new photograph of 9-month old Prince Nicolas. Nicolas is the second child of Princess Madeleine and Christopher O’Neill. Their daughter Princess Leonore was born in 2014.
During the week of cares, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the Asster psychiatric hospital today in Sint-Truiden. The Limburg Province governor Herman Reynders welcomed Queen Mathilde upon her arrival to the hospital. Queen Mathilde toured the hospital and spoke to the staff. The hospital were happy of The Queen’s visit and they hope that the visit will encourage people not see mental health as a taboo. Embed from Getty Images