Royal Central is honoured to announce that we have conducted an exclusive interview with His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia and his wife, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia. The interview was conducted last week on Friday in the Blue Salon of the Royal Palace in Belgrade.
The complete interview will be released soon.
During the interview, Royal Central‘s Europe Correspondent Oskar Aanmoen asked Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine questions regarding their life in exile, political work to restore a Serbian monarchy and their continued work for Serbian children. After the interview, Mr Aanmoen had the honour of being given a tour around the Royal Palace by His Royal Highness. Crown Prince Alexander was kind enough to highlight some of the Palace’s most important rooms and tell about its dramatic history.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander was born on 17 July 1945 in London. His Royal Highness is the head of the House of Karađorđević and the only child of the late King Peter II of Yugoslavia and his wife, Alexandra of Greece and Denmark. Crown Prince Alexander graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 1966 and was commissioned as an officer in the British Army.
In 1991, Crown Prince Alexander, accompanied by Their Royal Highnesses Crown Princess Katherine, Hereditary Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Prince Alexander travelled to Belgrade. Since then, the Crown Prince has worked to improve the living conditions for the Serbian people and working toward the restoration of the monarchy in Serbia.
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine was born in Athens, Greece, on 13 November 1943. The Crown Princess studied business at the University of Denver, Colorado, and the University of Dallas, Texas. Her Royal Highness speaks Greek, English, French and some Spanish, and she is continuing her Serbian studies.
The interview was conducted by Royal Central‘s Europe Correspondent, Oskar Aanmoen. Mr Aanmoen is a full-time student in political and military history at the University of Oslo. Previously, he was a political commentator for the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten. He has published more than 200 articles for Royal Central. Also, he has published a book and has written 40 articles on a high academic level in his native Norway.