BelgiumEuropean Royals

BREAKING: King Albert II agrees to take a DNA-test in paternity case

According to his lawyer, former King Albert II of Belgium has agreed to take a DNA-test in the paternity case of his supposed natural daughter Delphine Boël. He decided to this, his lawyer said, because “he respects the legal system.” Embed from Getty Images However, the results will remain a secret until there is a verdict on the appeal the King made to the Court of Cassation. Late…
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Japan

Empress Masako conducts first official duties since emperor's enthronement

Empress Masako of Japan has conducted her first official duties in her own capacity this week, after the accession of her husband, Emperor Naruhito. Empress Masako succeeded her mother-in-law Empress Emerita Michiko as honorary president of the Japanese Red Cross Society on 1 May and has now appeared at the annual gathering in Tokyo. The event at the Meiji Jingu hall in Shibuya Ward was also…
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British RoyalsThe Sussexes

The Duke of Sussex acknowledges and welcomes the formal apology from Splash News

The Duke of Sussex has acknowledged and welcomed the formal apology from Splash News and Picture Agency after they took photographs of his home in Oxfordshire from a helicopter on 9 January 2019. The property had been chosen by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan because of the high level of privacy it afforded. However, the helicopter flew at a low altitude allowing Splash to take photographs in the…
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British RoyalsThe Sussexes

The Duke of Sussex attends ‘One year to go Invictus Games The Hague 2020’ event

The Duke of Sussex was in The Hague today to attend the ‘One year to go Invictus Games The Hague 2020’ event. Prince Harry arrived at the Sportcampus in the Zuiderpark in The Hague and began with a basketball training session. He tried his hand at archery and managed to hit a bullseye. He learned more about the preparations that are underway and met with several potential competitors. During a…
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