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Mary at 50: A very modern Crown Princess

When Mary Donaldson tied the knot with Crown Prince Fredrik in 2004, the Australian-born marketing executive joined one of the world’s oldest surviving monarchies. Taking on her new role, Crown Princess Mary tackled the job with gusto, proving to be one of Denmark’s best assets. Steeped in history and rich in tradition, Mary has transformed the role of the Crown Princess with her own…
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Princess Marie opens major Danish art exhibition in Paris

Princess Marie has opened an exhibition of Danish art in her home city of Paris. The Danish royal, 44, attended the Petit Palais on Friday where she opened ‘The Golden Age of Danish Painting’ exhibition. The large-scale exhibition features more than 200 works by Denmark’s leading artists painted from 1801 to 1864.  [getty src=”1228577145,1228577093&#8243…
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Who was Diana, Princess of Wales?

On the 59th anniversary of Diana, Princess of Wales’s birth, Royal Central takes a look back at the life of a remarkable woman who would become known as the ‘People’s Princess’. Diana Frances Spencer was born on 1 July 1961 at Park House within the royal Sandringham Estate. She was the fourth child to be welcomed by John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer and his wife, Frances…
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Duchess of Cambridge releases unseen photo in support of the first ever virtual Chelsea Flower Show

The Duchess of Cambridge has shared a previously unseen photo of herself on Wednesday to support the Chelsea Flower Show. The annual event, which opened on Monday, is being held virtually for the first time in its history after being cancelled due to the global coronavirus pandemic. In the image, the Duchess is shown working on the Back To Nature garden she helped design, which featured at…
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