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Learn more about Middle Eastern royals on True Royalty

True Royalty has an array of different programmes on the British Royal Family, from biographies to recipes to royal residences. If you were hoping for more on international royals, you are in luck! They have now added more to their international royal section with the addition of two new documentaries on Libya’s former monarchy and two shows on the Jordanian monarchy. The programmes…
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Norway

May Jewels: Norway’s famous emeralds

To conclude our May series on royal emeralds, we are taking a look at the emeralds in the Norwegian royal vault. The Norwegian Royal Family has a large emerald and diamond tiara with matching earrings, brooch and necklace. The tiara is in a neo-classical style and…
Sweden

Swedish Royal Court reveals how National Day will be different

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sweden’s National Day celebrations have to be altered. The Royal Family usually attends several events throughout the day; however, the Royal Court has revealed to Royal Central how things will be different in 2020. “The Royal Court monitor the development of the coronavirus and follow the recommendations of the Swedish government and other…
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Spain

King and Queen of Spain meet with young talents

Spain’s King Felipe and Queen Letizia met with young Spanish talents at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid on Thursday, 28 May. Their Majesties, clad in surgical masks, sat six feet apart from the eight young talents from research, technology, business, culture and social…
Norway

Princess Märtha Louise speaks out on death of George Floyd: "Stop this inhumanity!"

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway has spoken out after the death of African American George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Princess made the remarks on her Instagram account with a photo of a woman holding a sign with George Floyd’s name. Princess Märtha Louise called for an end to “this inhumanity” in her post. Her Highness said: “Stop!!!
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Sweden

Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar learn about bees

Sweden’s Princess Estelle, 8, and Prince Oscar, 4, spent 20 May learning about the family’s beehives to mark World Bee Day. Crown Princess Victoria took her two children to the beehives at their home, Haga Palace, to learn more about the insects as a way of celebrating World Bee Day. The family, dressed in beekeepers suits and helmets, learned about the bees and why they are…
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