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Japan's Prince Akishino publicly addresses Emperor's abdication and future of Imperial Family

Japan’s Prince Akishino stepped out and chatted with the media on Wednesday on the occasion of his 51st birthday. Prince Akishino is the younger son of the current Emperor Akihito. The Prince said it was good that his father expressed wishes to abdicate back in August. His health isn’t as good as it could be. He said, “It was good that [the Emperor] was able to express in an…
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Four Danish journalists convicted of buying credit card information of Danish Royals

Four Danish journalists and an employee of the credit card company, Nets, have been found guilty of paying for the credit card information of members of the Danish Royal Family, politicians and celebrities. All have either been sentenced to jail or put on probation. Rivals of the Se og Hor Weekly were baffled when the magazine reported stories on celebrities and the Danish royals. IT expert, Peter…
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Grand Duchess and Hereditary Grand Duchess open International Bazaar of Luxembourg

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie opened the 56th International Bazaar of Luxembourg on Saturday, 26 November at the Luxexpo Centre. This bazaar consisted of 60 stands with clothing, jewellery, and food from some 50 countries. From Argentina to Venezuela, the two royals walked about the market. The International Bazaar of Luxembourg was first conceived in the…
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Déjà vu for Prince Harry as he sleeps on board a Fleet Auxiliary Ship

For six nights during his fourteen-day Caribbean tour, Prince Harry is staying aboard a Royal Fleet Auxiliary boat. According to protocol when a member of the royal family is on board or a senior Naval officer, they are given the Captain’s cabin on the tanker. The Captain’s quarters aren’t much larger than officers quarters, but a source told The Mirror that staying on the ship…
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