European RoyalsThe Netherlands

Princess Christina's private funeral service has taken place in The Hague

The funeral service for Princess Christina of the Netherlands has taken in place in The Hague. She died on 16 August at the age of 72 after suffering from bone cancer. She is the aunt of the current King of the Netherlands. She is survived by her three children and five grandchildren. Embed from Getty Images Her coffin left the mourning chapel of the Fagel’s Garden Pavilion in the grounds…
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European RoyalsThe Netherlands

Princess Christina to become the first Dutch royal to be cremated

Princess Christina of the Netherlands, who died on Friday at the age of 72, will be the first Dutch royal to be cremated. Members of the Dutch Royal house are normally interred in the royal crypt in Delft, however, Princess Christina ceased to be a member of the Dutch royal house when she married Jorge Pérez y Guillermo in 1975. She remained a member of the royal family. The last to be…
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Asian RoyalsFeatures

King and Queen of Malaysia thank rescue teams who searched for missing Nora Quoirin

The King and Queen of Malaysia have thanked the search and rescue teams, as well as the volunteers, who were involved in the search for the missing teenager Nora Quoirin. Her remains were found in a ravine over a week after she went missing from the resort where she and her parents were staying. Embed from Getty Images “Their Majesties were deeply saddened to hear about the passing of…
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British RoyalsFeaturesThe Cambridges

Prince George and Princess Charlotte cheer on parents in The King’s Cup Regatta

Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and their grandfather Michael Middleton are watching the King’s Cup and are cheering on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in The King’s Cup Regatta currently underway on the Isle of Wight. While Prince George came out to cheer on their parents, Princess Charlotte remains inside the boat for now. The first race was won by Bear Grylls and…
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