European RoyalsSweden

King of Sweden attends ICC annual meeting and 100th anniversary

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden attended the annual meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Monday and celebrated its 100th anniversary at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm. The King is the patron of ICC Sweden. The organisation, which facilitates international business in more than 120 countries, has six million members from a wide variety of companies and industries. At the Swedish…
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British RoyalsPrincess Anne and FamilyThe CambridgesThe Queen

This Week in Royal Fashion: St Patrick's Day, Joint Engagement for The Queen and Kate, & Zara and Princess Anne at Cheltenham

March continues to be a busy royal month, and we saw the Duchess of Cambridge take on three engagements this week, including one with The Queen. Meanwhile, Zara Tindall had a fantastic style week at the Cheltenham Races, putting a spotlight on British designers. Note: Meghan…
British RoyalsThe Yorks

Princess Eugenie announced as Patron of RNOH Charity

On Thursday it was announced that Princess Eugenie is now the patron of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) Charity. The Princess visited the hospital with her father, the Duke of York, who is the patron of RNOH, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, to open their newly redeveloped Stanmore Building. “This hospital is part of who I am after being operated on when I was 12 for…
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Denmark

Second year of the Royal Run almost sold out

If you want to run with Danish royalty, get moving and register because two out of the five 2019 Royal Run events are sold out. Last year Crown Prince Frederik celebrated his 50th birthday, and his one wish was to participate in a series of runs across the country with the people of Denmark. More than 70,000 turned out in five cities, prompting the Crown Prince to continue the race this year. 2019…
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British RoyalsPrince Charles and CamillaThe CambridgesThe QueenThe SussexesThe Yorks

The Queen leads the Royal Family at annual Commonwealth Day Service

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth, and Monday members of the Royal Family and the Commonwealth community joined at Westminster Abbey to celebrate. Attending the annual Commonwealth Day Service were The Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the Duke of York. Embed from Getty…
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