Jordanian royals mark country's 74th Independence Day

Members of the Jordanian Royal Family marked Jordan’s 74th Independence Day on Monday as the country continues to battle COVID-19. Alterations had to be made to the celebrations due to restrictions because of the global pandemic meaning the festivities were subdued. King Abdullah addressed the nation from Raghadan Palace in Amman and an official welcome ceremony was held for his and Queen…
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Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar learn about bees

Sweden’s Princess Estelle, 8, and Prince Oscar, 4, spent 20 May learning about the family’s beehives to mark World Bee Day. Crown Princess Victoria took her two children to the beehives at their home, Haga Palace, to learn more about the insects as a way of…
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A new name for William and Kate’s social media

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have altered their social media name making it more personal. While their handle has remained the same, their account name now reads “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge” instead of “Kensington Palace.” The change took place on both their Twitter and Instagram accounts. There was no announcement of the change and fans noticed the…
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May Jewels: Sweden's rare emeralds

Sweden’s emerald collection may be few, but they make up for it in their beauty. From older pieces to the newest tiara, we take a look at Sweden’s rare emeralds. There are a large emerald necklace and two brooches that are seen on the Swedish royal ladies that…

Who is Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume?

Born on 11 November 1981 in Luxembourg City’s Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital, Prince Guillaume Jean Joseph Marie is the first child of Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. He has four siblings: Prince Félix (b.1984), Prince Louis (b. 1986), Princess Alexandra (b. 1991) and Prince Sébastien (b. 1992). He was christened into the…
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Belgian royals send congratulations to Grand Ducal Family on birth of heir

Belgium’s King and Queen sent a message of congratulations on Twitter, in French and Dutch, to Luxembourg’s Grand Ducal Family on the birth of the new heir to the throne. King Philippe and Queen Mathilde tweeted from Laeken Castle, “Congratulations to the parents and grandparents on the birth of His Royal Highness Prince Charles.” 🍼 Félicitations aux parents et…
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