DenmarkEuropean RoyalsGreece

The prince born to rule who has lived his life in exile

On this day, May 20, in the year of 1967, Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, also a prince of Denmark, was born. The Greek Crown Prince is the eldest son and second child of Constantine II, the last King of Greece from 1964 to 1973 and his wife, Anne-Marie of Denmark. Both Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Queen Sofia of Spain are his aunts. When he was born, Crown Prince Pavlos, displaced his older…
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Divided royalists campaigning for votes in Serbia's parliamentary elections

The 2020 Serbian parliamentary election is scheduled to be held on 21 June 2020. Initially the elections were organised for 26 April 2020, but they were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. When the Serbs goes to vote in June, they have not one, but two royalist parties to choose from. Both of the parties have the same goal; to have Crown Prince Alexander crowned King of Serbia. The…
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CoronavirusHistoryHistoryPalaces & BuildingsSweden

Taking a look at Stenhammar Palace – the Swedish Royal Family's 'Corona Palace'

Since the outbreak of coronavirus, many royal families have had to live their lives quite differently. The same applies to the Swedish Royal Family. King Carl Gustav and Queen Silvia decided to temporarily move from Stockholm Palace to the smaller Stenhammar’s Palace. Let us take a look at this rather unknown Swedish castle which is now the Swedish royal family “corona&#8221…
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Romania’s government gives its Royal Family free use of Elisabeta Palace

The Romanian Royal Family has been given free use of Elisabeta Palace for the next half century. This news was published last Sunday by the prime minister of the Romanian republic, Ludovic Orban. The white palace, just outside the city centre of the Romanian capital Buchares,t has served as the headquarters of the Romanian Royal Family since the fall of communism. In 2001, the Romanian Senate…
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