Our yearly end of the year series continues on the European and international royals with a look at the months July through September.
Japan’s Emperor Akihito was forced to cancel engagements due to a diagnosis of dizziness and cerebral anaemia.
The summer photocall of the Dutch Royal Family was held.
Luxembourg’s Prince Sébastien took part in the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.
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Prince Sebastien participated in the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace as flag-bearer of the 1st Batallion Irish Guards. His parents, the Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess, attended the ceremony. Copyright: Cour grand-ducale / Collection privée #buckinghampalace #london #royalty #royal #royals #grandduke #grandduchess #princesebastien #luxembourg
The Belgian Royal Family took part in National Day celebrations.
Sadly, Swedish Royal Regalia was stolen.
Sweden’s Princess Christina announced she was retiring on her 75th birthday.
The Royal Court also announced that Princess Madeleine and her family were moving to Florida.
The King and Queen of Sweden attended a seminar on King Karl Johan, and Royal Central’s Senior Europe Correspondent, Oskar Aanmoen was able to present them with his book on the subject.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain attended a memorial for the Barcelona and Cambrils terror attacks.
Princess Marie was a guest on Aftenshowet, Denmark’s biggest evening show, on Monday evening to talk about the summit and the fight against food waste.
Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia delivered medical equipment to a Belgrade hospital.
The royal German-speaking heads of state met for their annual meeting.
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Mass was held to commemorate the 25th anniversary of King Baudouin’s death. Our Europe Correspondent was there on the ground.
The Princess of Asturias attended her first official events in Asturias as heir to the Spanish throne.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden granted the wish of a seven-year-old cancer-stricken young boy when he met him yesterday morning at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
Tessy Antony, Princess of Luxembourg, hosted, alongside her charitable organisation Professors Without Borders, a conference in London over the weekend on education and skills in the workforce.
Check back tomorrow for October through December!