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This Week in Royal Fashion: European Edition

It’s been a relatively quiet fashion period for the British royals, especially with the Duchess of Sussex on maternity leave. But this week we’ve decided to spotlight two of the most stylish European royals: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Queen Letizia of Spain. Crown Princess Mary at the Rainbow Awards The Crown Princess looked lovely at the Danish Rainbow Awards, an annual event…
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The Countess of Wessex learns about vital medical developments at Consortium

The Countess of Wessex tried her hand at an unexpected new role Wednesday – eye surgeon – when she performed simulated cataract surgery on model eyes whilst attending the five-year meeting of The Commonwealth Eye Health Consortium. The countess serves as Vice-Patron of The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, which aims to end preventable blindness and empower young leaders. She also…
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Countess of Wessex honours Hike for Hope: Ethiopia participants

The Countess of Wessex celebrated the achievements of hikers who tackled a gruelling trek across Ethiopia to raise £153,000 in support of Wellbeing of Women and The Urology Foundation. Sophie, who is a supporter of Wellbeing of Women, presented the cheque to the organisations and chatted with participants of last year’s incredible hike during a reception at Working Title Films this…
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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…
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King and Queen of Sweden visit Crime Prevention Council

The King and Queen of Sweden visited the Crime Prevention Council (Brå) Wednesday to learn more about how the organisation is working to reduce crime and develop knowledge in the judicial system. King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia were welcomed to the offices by Director General Erik Wennerström, Deputy Director-General Björn Borschos and Chief of Staff Anna Westphalen. Their meeting focused…
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