Jordanian Royal Weddings: Wedding gown of Queen Noor

Queen Noor was the last wife of King Hussein of Jordan. The pair married on 15 June 1978 at Zaharan Palace. For her nuptials, the American bride wore a bespoke wedding gown by French fashion house Dior. Very in line with the style of the 1970s, the white gown was Bohemian. The simple design was actually based on a gown Noor owned by Yves Saint Laurent. Embed from Getty Images Noor felt it…
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Palaces & BuildingsThailand

A look at the Grand Palace in Bangkok

Standing in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace is one of the most popular attractions in the capital. It has been the official residence of the Kings of Thailand since the 1700s and covers 2,351,000 square feet. As soon as the palace comes into sight, its opulence is apparent. Real gold decorates the many buildings that include the temple for the Emerald Buddha. The Grand Palace is…
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Who is Queen Suthida of Thailand?

The King of Thailand marks his 70th birthday today; to mark the occasion, learn more about his consort below: Suthida Tidjai was born on 3 June 1978 in Hat Yai, Songkla, Thailand, to Kham and Jangheang Tidjai. Her education was at Somboonkulkanya Middle School…

Who is King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand?

As he marks his 70th birthday today, learn more about Thailand’s monarch: Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun was born to King Bhumibol Adulyadej (or King Rama IX) and Queen Sirikit on 28 July 1952 at 17.45 in Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall in Bangkok…

IN PHOTOS: Princess Elisabeth at annual summer military camp

The Belgian Royal Palace has released images of Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant, at the annual summer military camp of the Royal Military Academy. As part of her military training, the Princess will participate in the camp throughout July. She joined her classmates from the Royal Military Academy who are in their second year at the academy. ERM/KMS – Erwin Ceuppens They are…
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Danish royals cheer on Jonas Vingegaard as he wins Tour de France

The Danish Royal Family has cheered on Jonas Vingegaard to his first Tour de France victory. Crown Prince Frederik and his family cheered on racers at the start in Copenhagen, and he was on hand in Paris to watch his fellow countryman take home the famed yellow jersey. He also congratulated him on Instagram, writing: “From a historic Grand Départ in Denmark to stage wins by Magnus…
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