Jordan

King and Queen of Jordan to make another trip to the White House

Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Queen Rania are to make another trip to the White House to meet with United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania in a few days time. Their Majesties will travel to the White House on 25 June. In a press release, the White House Press Secretary said, “Trump looks forward to reaffirming the strong bonds of friendship between the United States…
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The Netherlands

Queen Máxima talks about the death of her younger sister

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands has spoken about the death of her younger sister, Inés Zorreguieta, at her first event since her 33-year-old sister’s tragic passing earlier this month in Argentina. During an event at a hospital in Groningen, which had been postponed after the news of her sister’s death so that Máxima and her family could travel home to Argentina, Her Majesty paid…
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Spain

Iñaki Urdangarin begins prison sentence

Spain’s Iñaki Urdangarin, the brother-in-law of King Felipe and husband to Infanta Cristina, has begun his five year and ten-month prison sentence. He signed himself in to Brieva jail in Avila – a town northwest of Madrid. He had been given a five-day deadline…
Spain

San Antonio hosts King Felipe and Queen Letizia

San Antonio, Texas, was host to King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain yesterday. The King and Queen are currently in the United States to celebrate the tricentennial of New Orleans, Louisiana, and San Antonio. Today, they will spend day two in the city. Tuesday, their visit will continue in the capital of the United States – Washington D.C. There, they will be welcomed to the White House…
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Spain

King and Queen of Spain begin visit to the United States in New Orleans

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain have begun their trip to the United States in New Orleans, Louisiana, where they arrived last evening at sunset at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Upon arrival, they were greeted by Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell among other officials. © Casa de SM el Rey After greeting the King and Queen, the…
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