British RoyalsHistory

A Declaration to a King

On this day in 1776, the Original 13 Colonies sent their message to King George III – we want out of the kingdom and independence. The Declaration of Independence is one of the most important documents in American history, and it ties right to the British monarch. He was who the document was aimed at; however, there’s no proof that the King ever read the document or was even ever…
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Re-live June's most popular royal event in photos

The most popular event for our readers this month was the royal wedding of Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Alsaif (now Princess Rajwa) on 1 June. The majority of our top ten articles this month came from the couple’s beautiful Amman wedding. Re-live the most popular royal event below with our gallery! Royal Hashemite Court Royal Hashemite Court Royal Hashemite Court Copyright…
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The Netherlands

Princess Alexia granted special honours on her 18th birthday

Princess Alexia of the Netherlands has been granted two special honours by her father, King Willem-Alexander, on her 18th birthday. The King has made her a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Netherlands Lion and a Knight of the Order of the Gold Lion of the House of Nassau via Royal Decree. Alexia was made a Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of the Netherlands Lion on 19 June.
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Sweden's first king

King Eric the Victorious is the first Swedish monarch in a consecutive succession with a true written record. He was the first ruler thought to be accepted by both all Swedes and the Geats (a Germanic tribe) that resided in what is now modern Sweden. There were monarchs…

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway graduates high school

Princess Ingrid Alexandra has graduated high school. The Princess finished her schooling at Elvebakken High School in Oslo, where she had attended for the past three years. All the graduates from the high school attended a gala performance and graduation at Olso Concert Hall with their families. According to Norwegian media, the programme for the evening included “singing…
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