Prince Daniel awards grant to cardiologist for promising heart attack treatment

As honorary chairman of the Heart-Lung Foundation, Prince Daniel hands out a substantial prize each year to a promising researcher under 40. This week, he presented Prince Daniel’s Research Grant to Alexandru Schiopu, associate professor of cardiology at Lund University and chief physician in internal medicine at Skåne University Hospital in Lund. The six million kronor (about £528,400)…
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Princess Madeleine: Our Fashion Favourites

In our latest fashion feature, we take a look at our favourite style moments of Princess Madeleine of Sweden: Kristin Contino, Chief Reporter Embed from Getty Images The outfit Madeleine wore to Princess Adrienne’s christening in 2018 is probably my favourite…

Historic Royal Palaces offers free online fashion course

These days we’re all looking for new things to entertain ourselves at home and if you’ve got a passion for history and royal fashion, a free online course in conjunction with Historic Royal Palaces is now underway. The five-week-long “A History of Royal Fashion” course can be followed at your own pace and is offered through FutureLearn and the University of Glasgow. It…
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Prince Albert makes first official visit to Serbia

The environment, COVID-19, and sustainable development were among the topics highlighted when Prince Albert II paid his first official visit to the Republic of Serbia at the invitation of President Aleksandar Vučić this week, but the highlight was a new economic agreement…

Royal Central's editorial team share their favourite royal nonfiction picks

Our editorial team has put together their favourite nonfiction books on the royals as suggestions for our readers. Find out their picks below! Kristin Contino, Chief Reporter The Other Side of the Coin by Angela Kelly: The Queen’s dresser was given unprecedented permission to write this book, full of gorgeous, behind-the-scenes photos of The Queen’s wardrobe. I really enjoyed…
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Denmark celebrates 150th anniversary of Christian X's birth

It was 150 years ago this past weekend when Denmark’s Christian X was born, and the Royal House shared a series of five photos to mark the occasion. On 26 September 1870, Crown Princess Lovisa gave birth to a little prince, the future Christian X, at Charlottenlund Palace north of Copenhagen. He was the first-born child of Lovisa and her husband, Crown Prince Frederick, who later ascended…
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