Romania

Romania’s Royal Family celebrates Europe Day at Săvârșin Castle

Her Majesty Margareta, Custodian of the Crown of Romania, hosted an event on Sunday at the Royal Castle of Săvârșin on honour of Europe Day. His Royal Highness Prince Radu and Her Royal Highness Princess Sofia also attended the event. A Jazz and Blues Concert was performed by local musicians, in the presence of Her Majesty Margareta of Romania and Prince Radu. Several hundred children from ten…
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NorwayOpinion

Atlantic Crossing - Fact vs Fiction - a series full of mistakes that many viewers will simply accept as facts

Royal Central’s Senior Europe Correspondent Oskar Aanmoen, who is based in Oslo, talks us through the inaccuracies contained within Atlantic Crossing – an eight-part series looking at the plight of the Norwegian Crown Princess during World War II. Atlantic Crossing is now airing on PBS in the United States and Canada. It is an eight-part mini-series, looking at the Crown Princess of…
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Norway

Crown Princess Mette-Marit visits the Aurora workshop

On Tuesday, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway visited the Aurora workshop – a working community of artists with and without disabilities in Bærum. Ceramics, textiles, clothing and paper have been produced at the workshop, despite a pandemic and strict infection control measures. The Crown Princess said: “I am happy that the workplace has been able to stay open during the pandemic…
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Denmark

Queen Margrethe begins 2021 sailing season

On Tuesday, Queen Margrethe officially boarded the royal ship Dannebrog in the Port of Copenhagen at the naval base of Nyholm for the start of the 2021 sailing season. Upon arrival at Nyholm, Her Majesty was presented with flowers and was received by the Queen’s…
Norway

Norway’s Prime Minister issues statement to dismiss rumours of republicanism

The Norwegian monarchy is rock solid. Recent surveys show that an average of 82% of the Norwegian people wants to keep the monarchy as their form of government. However, the leader of the Norwegian Agricultural Party, Trygve Slagsvold Vedum, accused the conservative government party and Prime Minister Erna Solberg of republicanism last week. “It is much easier to be a republican at some…
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