Crown Prince Alexander II current events: February 2005-

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Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine, and H.E. Mr. Lee Jaewoong, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Serbia, officially delivered a donation worth more than USD 162,000, which the Government of the Republic of Korea gave for 4 health institutions and the Crown Princess’ Foundation. The official delivery took place today in the Royal Palace, Belgrade, in the presence and with the support of the Ministry of Health of Serbia, represented by State Secretary Mr. Alexander Milosevic.

On the occasion of the International Volunteer Day, which is marked each year on 5 December, HRH Crown Prince Alexander held a reception today in the Royal Palace for the volunteers, members of the Kingdom of Serbia Association who helped the Royal Family numerous times.
Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine with great pride accepted to be members of the Honorary Board and attended today the Solemn Academy on the 240th anniversary of Zemun Clinical Centre.
Lifeline Humanitarian Organization of the United Kingdom, organized another charity gala ball that was attended by TRH Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine.

Crown Prince Alexander, as Head of the Royal House Karadjordjevic and President of the Crown Advisory Bodies, based on the Statute of the Crown Advisory Bodies, the internal regulations and the opinion taken from the members of the Crown Council and the Privy Council appointed Mr. Dušan Babac, M.Sc, member of the Privy Council, as President of the Crown Advisory Bodies, effective March 1, 2024.

Crown Princess Katherine hosted the traditional Ladies' Lunch in honour of International Women's Day in Belgrade today, March 8:

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Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine officially opened the traditional charity Easter Women's Crafts Bazaar today at the Galerija Shopping Center in Belgrade.

The projection of the historical documentary film “33 Angels” about the tragic fate of Serbian children who were prisoners of Nazi concentration camps in Norway was held today in the Royal Palace in Belgrade, hosted by TRH Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine.

Today, Princess Katherine, together with Nikola Selaković, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs of Serbia, visited the "Drinka Pavlović" Home for Children without Parental Care in Belgrade to officially inaugurate the renovated facilities and hand over new furniture and equipment . This project was supported by the Princess Katherine Foundation.

Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine yesterday officially opened the exhibition "Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević, progenitor of civil Serbia" at the Royal Palace, organized on the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the adoption of the Serbian Civil Code.
New photo of Crown Prince Alexander with two of his children.
Good to see the family relationships seem a bit better these days. Most likely still rather fragile but at least they see each other at times.

Good news indeed. And even better news today:

In a declaration he says that a house on the palace complex will be used by his sons. He is naming the second son before the eldest. Let's hope the relations will continue to improve!
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