JordanPrince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and King and Queen of Jordan attend President George H.W. Bush's state funeral

The Prince of Wales attended the state funeral of President George H.W. Bush on Wednesday at Washington D.C.’s Washington National Cathedral. He was not the only royal in attendance as King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan were also there. Embed from Getty Images The Prince of Wales, who represented Her Majesty The Queen at the funeral, was seated beside former UK Prime Minister John…
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Luxembourg

Princess Tessy broke the nose of UN Peacekeeper who tried to sexually assault her

Tessy Antony, Princess of Luxembourg, has revealed in an exclusive interview with MailOnline that she once broke the nose of a United Nations Peacekeeper who attempted to sexually assault her. It was during her time in Kosovo where she was stationed as part of the BELUKOS 13/15 detachment in 2004 that the incident took place. She told MailOnline, “It was one evening, and I went into my room…
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Denmark

Crown Princess Mary makes secret trip to Kenya

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has made an unannounced trip to Kenya to meet with and focus on organisations that aim to improve the rights of girls and women. The Crown Princess was accompanied by Danish Minister of Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs. The trip was kept…
JapanJordan

Jordan's King and Queen spend time with Japanese royals while on working visit

Jordan’s King Abdullah and Queen Rania are in Japan on a working visit, and during their time in the Asian country, they have made sure to spend time with members of the Japanese Imperial Family. The King and Queen travelled to Tokyo’s Imperial Palace to meet Emperor Akihito (who will abdicate in favour of his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito next year) and Empress Michiko at the…
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Jordan

Jordan’s Princess Salma graduates from Sandhurst

Jordan’s Princess Salma bint Abdullah has graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. The youngest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania graduated yesterday from a Short Commissioning Course with almost her full family in attendance at the ceremony in the…
The Sussexes

Duchess of Sussex celebrates her first American Thanksgiving as member of the Royal Family

“Turkey Day” is here again. It is her favourite holiday and her first time celebrating it as an official member of the British Royal Family. The American holiday of Thanksgiving will have a place among royals this year in the United Kingdom. American born Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has spoken in the past about how Thanksgiving is her favourite holiday, and there is no doubt it is being…
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