The Netherlands

Queen Máxima attends conference and visits MS patients

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands attended the conference of the International MS Federation (MSIF) yesterday afternoon and later paid a working visit to the MS (multiple sclerosis) Expertise Centre of care institute, Nieuw Unicum in Zandvoort. The Queen heard about new insights into the multidisciplinary treatment and care for people with progressive MS during the conference and also was…
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Spain

Spain's King Juan Carlos returns home after surgery

King Juan Carlos of Spain has returned home from hospital after having surgery on his right knee last week. As he left the private Sanitas La Moraleja University Clinic yesterday, he was in good spirits and joked to the media, “I will not be able to run 100 metres…
The Netherlands

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima met with protests as they take in King's Day concert

Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands were met with protests yesterday as they arrived for the King’s Day concert, organised by the host city of this year’s King’s Day celebrations later this month – Groningen. Also in attendance were Princess Beatrix and Prince Constantijn. The protests are against gas extraction in the province of…
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Spain

Queen Letizia and Queen Sofía make first appearance together since Easter scandal

Queen Letizia and Queen Sofía of Spain have made a show of unity arriving together with King Felipe to visit King Juan Carlos in hospital after his knee surgery. This was their first public appearance together since the Easter mass video came to light earlier this week. The royals arrived together at 6:00 pm with King Felipe driving their Mercedes C350. Queen Letizia sat in the passenger seat…
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British RoyalsThe Sussexes

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend Invictus trials

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the British Invictus trials yesterday in Bath. The trials took place at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Harry and Meghan met some of the 400 military personnel trying for one of the 72 spots on the UK team for this year’s competitions. Kensington Palace said that 45% of those participating in the trials yesterday had not “applied…
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