Time has flown since Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden announced her pregnancy. During her pregnancy, The Crown Princess was very active in Sweden and abroad, here is a poll of her fashion during the six months (from the announcement day) of her pregnancy. Click here to vote or on the image. The poll will close on March 14.
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attended the Women Inc. conference in Corpus Oestgeest, The Netherlands. On arrival, Queen Maxima was welcomed by Oestgeest Mayor Emile Jaensch. The seminar was about the difference between men and women in healthcare, the changes in research and education which women can benefit from a better healthcare system. WOMEN Inc. is an independent organization that bring women together regardless of age, wealth and background. At the … Continue reading
The Swedish Royal Court has released the first photograph of newborn Prince Oscar, son of the Crown Princess Couple. Wrapped up snug in a cream knitted blanket, the young Prince, born on March 2, sleeps soundly as his debut photograph is taken at Haga Palace.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to the French Alps for a short winter trip abroad. A photographer from the Press Association was asked to take a few photos of the family during their vacation, which is according to Kensington Palace the first time George and Charlotte had played in the snow. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted … Continue reading
This week’s best fashion poll is up. Please cast your votes and discuss your choice. To cast your vote, click here or on the below image of a few outfits in this week’s poll. Voting closes on March 12.
Watched on by her family – some of whom took to the ice themselves – Princess Margriet on Saturday skated 10km in the ‘Holland 100’ to help raise money for research and awareness of lymphoma. The fundraiser is organised by Lymph&Co, which was co-founded by Margriet’s son Prince Bernhard after his own battle with lymphoma a few years ago. Along with his mother, two of Bernhard’s brothers – Princes Maurits and … Continue reading
King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece were joined by several close family members today for the annual memorial service held at Tatoi to honour the late King Paul and Queen Frederika. Crown Prince Pavlos, Prince Nikolaos, Queen Sofia of Spain and Princess Irene (both daughters of Paul and Frederika) were present for the service, as were former staff of the family. Place Royale 9h15, la Famille de #Grèce réunie à … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Norwegian Royal Family has held a Dinner for new members of the diplomatic corps at the Palace in Oslo. It came as a surprise that photographers were allowed at this annual event. So for the first time there are pictures of the royal family procession into the reception room are out in public. King Harald and Queen Sonja were leading the way, followed by Crown Prince Haakon, Crown … Continue reading
The King and Queen of Spain today presided over the opening of a new exhibition on Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes at the National Library of Spain. Dressed in matching grey outfits, King Felipe and Queen Letizia were given a tour of the ‘Miguel de Cervantes: the Myth of Life (1616-2016’ exhibition which features the most complete collection of the writer’s works. Inauguración de la Exposición "Miguel de Cervantes: de … Continue reading
A Report regarding the health of former King Michael I of Romania has been issued on the royal family’s official website today. Mihai I, seen here back in January with his eldest daughter and Custodian of the Crown, Crown Princess Margarita, has spend the last five days in a Swiss hospital being treated for cancer. The report states that the king’s condition is stable but that he is severely weak. Casa … Continue reading
More colourful photos have been released from the Kingdom of Bhutan showing His Royal Highness The Gyalsey spending time at the beautiful Lingkana Palace and being introduced to one or two very special visitors! This time, the little prince, who will be exactly one month old on 5th March, could be seen held in the arms of Her Majesty The Queen Grandmother of Bhutan, no doubt very proud of her great-grandson as … Continue reading
Grand Duchess Maria Teresa gave an interview to French press agency AFP today. The Grand Duchess was rather open and also used the interview for some critical self reflection and talked about her dream to return to Cuba. The Garnd Duchess said that the Luxembourg monarchy has to become more authentic and transparent. She supports her husband’s initiative to reorganise the Luxembourg court. This openess also comes with a price: the … Continue reading
After their three days in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary have continued on to Qatar with the Danish business delegation they are accompanying. They spent all of Wednesday on joint engagements, visiting the Maersk Oil Qatari headquarters, the Aspire Academy and the Doha Museum of Islamic Art. During their visit to the Aspire Academy, the couple spent much time at the football stadium of the facility, showing off … Continue reading
Denmark’s Princess Marie has been in the Faroe Islands over the past few days to help mark the National Association for Autism’s 25th anniversary in the region. She arrived on Tuesday for her first visit to the island and was given a tour of the historic city Kirkjubøur. Among her stops were the Magnus Cathedral, built in the early 14th century, and the Kongsgård (royal farm) where she met members of the Patursson … Continue reading
Queen Elizabeth II was fabulous in fuchsia yesterday as she paid a visit to Lister Community School in east London. The purpose of the visit was to meet with representatives of several charities that will receive a share of £22million over the next three years from The Queen’s Trust, which was set up by Prince Charles to celebrate the Silver Jubilee in 1977. Lister Community School is one of the many organisations … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon it was Infanta Cristina’s time to be heard during the Nóos trial. The Infanta and her husband are facing charges of corruption for embazzling 4,5 million Euros of public money. The Princess said that she has full confidence in her husband and his innocence. She also distanced herself again from the running of the company Aizoon, of which she was co-owner. She said that it was her husband … Continue reading
Belgium’s Queen Mathilde appropriately marked Women’s Day by meeting … women. The Queen went to Brugges in West Flanders to meet several outstanding women of the province. Although International Women’s Day is only on March 8th, the Queen schedueled this event for yesterday. During a lunch she spoke with outstanding women from the province of West Flanders. According to the Belgian palace, the queen wanted to give special attention to … Continue reading
Princess Irene of The Netherlands sold her villa Marienhoeve in Wijk bij Duurstede. The house was only for sale for a few months. The princess wanted to live closer to her children and grand children and has moved to Wassenaar near The Hague. Her daughter Margarita lives in the same town while her eldest son, the duke of Parma, lives in The Hague. The asking price for the villa was … Continue reading
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Rare Diseases World Day at CSIC headquarters on March 3, 2016 in Madrid, Spain. The Queen is the honorary president for the Spanish federation of rare diseases. In her speech she emphasized the importance of more research about rare diseases. According to the queen there are 3 million people who suffer from a rare disease: “it is important that all of them feel welcome … Continue reading
The birth of prince Oscar has lead to a stream of congratulations for his parents and his big sister. In the afternoon there was a gun salute of 21 canon shots in Stockholm. The royal family went to a Te Deum, a service of thanksgiving. The Crown Princess and her newborn son were absent from the service, but most other adult members of the royal family attedend the event. Also present … Continue reading