New photos released of Crown Princess Family of Sweden

The Royal Court of Sweden released two new photos of the Crown Princess Family. They were taken by Anna-Lena Ahlström. One image is of the family of four while the other features 4-year-old Princess Estelle and 11-month-old Prince Oscar drawing together. Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar. Photo: Anna-Lena Ahlström/Royal Court, Sweden The images were released on all of the Swedish…
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Princess Christina talks about cancer diagnosis

Princess Christina of Sweden has opened up about her chronic leukaemia diagnosis last October. She made the comments to the Swedish newspaper, Expressen after supporting her brother, King Carl XVI Gustaf at an event last week. She said that the endless support from the…

Who is King Felipe of Spain?

Felipe Juan Pablo Alfonso de Todos los Santos was born on 30 January 1968 at the Nuestra Señora de Loreto Clinic in Madrid, Spain, to then Infante Juan Carlos and Infanta Sofía of Spain. He is their youngest child and only son; he has two older sisters, Infantas Elena (b. 1963) and Cristina (b. 1965). He was christened into the Roman Catholic Church on 8 February 1968 at Zarzuela Palace with…
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King Abdullah of Jordan to start visit to US tomorrow

His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan will begin a visit to the United States tomorrow, 30 January. He will be the first Arab leader to meet the new Trump administration. It is unknown if he will meet the President while he is in the country. The Jordanian embassy said on…
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Writing to royals

Royals from across the world receive countless numbers of letters each year. Many have thought about writing to a specific royal, but they are not sure how to go about it. Royal Central has investigated to help our readers if they want to send a letter to any of the royals across the world. Over the past year, I have sent letters to different royals from varying royal families to see if there…
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Why was ”God Save The Queen" played at Donald Trump’s inauguration?

If you were watching President Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the United States yesterday and are British, you might have been confused as to why “God Save The Queen” was being played. If you are American like me, you would think nothing of it. You would recognise it as the song “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” that you sang in many school…
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