King Philippe shows he is not like his father as he embraces his secret half-sister

The Belgian Royal Palace revealed a welcomed surprise announcement on Thursday – King Philippe of the Belgians had met his half-sister, Princess Delphine (formally known as Delphine Boël) for the first time. The newly discovered siblings had a three-hour meeting to get to know one another and released a joint statement and photo about their time together. Philippe and Delphine said…
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British Royals

A look at British royal dogs over the years

Royal or not, most people love the companionship of a four-legged friend. They bring laughter and joy to the lives of their owners daily. Royal Central takes a look at the royal canines of the British royals over the years. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from…
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A look at Denmark's future king as he turns 15

Prince Christian Valdemar Henri John came into the world on 15 October 2005 as the first child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. He was born at Rigshospitalet at 1.57 am and has been second in line to the Danish throne since birth. As the heir…

The quest to free Dubai's kidnapped Princess continues

The story of Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is well-known. She is the daughter of the Ruler of Dubai and Vice President of the UAE, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who attempted to escape the UAE in 2018. She got as far as international…
The Netherlands

King Willem-Alexander receives Dutch translation of "The Correspondence of Desiderius Erasmus"

On Monday afternoon, King Willem-Alexander received a Dutch translation of “The Correspondence of Desiderius Erasmus” at Noordeinde Palace. The King received the text from publisher Ms Exler-Donker who he spoke to about how the book was translated from Latin and what Erasmus wrote about. They also discussed why it was decided to translate the book from Latin to Dutch. King…
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The Cambridges

Duchess of Cambridge to reveal Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The Duchess of Cambridge will reveal the 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year on Tuesday during the first virtual awards ceremony for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award at the National History Museum in London. The Duchess, as patron, released a video on Monday where she announced, from the National History Museum, that she would be announcing the winner of the prestigious award on…
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