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The royals you can expect to see at the UN this week

As the United Nations plans to hold its annual General Assembly in New York, royals from several royal families from across the globe will be in attendance for the 73rd session. The royal families of Belgium, Denmark, Jordan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Tonga will be represented in New York City this year. Queen Mathilde of the Belgians arrived in New York this weekend and attended an…
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Luxembourg

Princess Tessy and Professors Without Borders host conference in London on education and jobs

Tessy Antony, Princess of Luxembourg hosted, alongside her charitable organisation Professors Without Borders, a conference in London over the weekend on education and skills in the workforce. The two-day conference titled “Higher Education In the Age of Transformation” brought together panellists who discussed and examined “how the global education system can adapt in order to…
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A royal with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

It should come as no surprise that one royal has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in California. No, it is not the Hollywood royal who recently joined the British Royal Family. Instead, it is the late American Academy Award winner, Grace Kelly,born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1929, who became the Princess of Monaco upon her marriage to Prince Rainier III in 1956. Grace Kelly…
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Monaco

Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques begin pre-school

Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques of Monaco, the three-year-old twins of the Prince and Princess of Monaco, began their pre-schooling yesterday. Their mother, Princess Charlene, shared three images on her official Instagram account saying, “First day of school.” The twins, dressed in matching white polo shirts and jeans, are seen hugging before they walk into their classroom and…
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