CoronavirusEuropean RoyalsFeatures

Princess Marie-Thérèse of Bourbon-Parma to have private funeral

Princess Marie-Thérèse of Bourbon-Parma, who became the first royal to die of coronavirus, will receive a small private funeral service in Paris, France. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures, the relatives of the Princess who mostly live in Switzerland and the Netherlands are not allowed to attend the funeral. The 86-year old Princess Marie-Thérèse of Bourbon-Parma became a victim…
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CoronavirusSweden

How the Swedish Royal Family will continue to work under coronavirus outbreak

The Swedish Royal Court has announced several changes to the activities of the Swedish Royal Family due to the spread of the new coronavirus. The King and his family will continue their work but take several precautions to limit the risk of infection. His Majesty the King has decided to take extra precautions when conducting official engagements due to the coronavirus outbreak. In a statement…
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European RoyalsSweden

Princess Madeleine and her family frightened by burglary

Princess Madeleine, her husband Chris O’Neill and their three children have been scared by a burglary in their Florida home. It is because of this reason that the Swedish Princess and her family decided to move to another home in the area. At the beginning of this year, Swedish media reported that Princess Madeleine, her husband and three children had moved once again. This time the…
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Belgium

Delphine Boël's road to recognition

In a very unexpected statement, King Albert II of Belgium admitted that he is indeed the father of Delphine Boël. The statement has made an end to a seven-year-long legal battle between father and daughter. But who exactly is Delphine Boël? And how come King Albert II has waited for so long to recognise his daughter who was born out of wedlock? Here’s a recap of the full story. On the…
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