Denmark

Denmark's Crown Princess Mary attends meeting of the World Health Organisation

On Wednesday this week, Her Royal Highness Crown princess Mary attended physical a meeting. The Crown Princess had scrapped the digital video-calls we are all used to with a rare physical presence when she visited the World Health Organisation’s Regional Director for Europe, and it’s leader, Dr Hans Kluge. At the meeting, the Crown Princess received a briefing on and a status for…
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Romania

Romania’s National Assembly Hall to be renamed in honour of King Michael

Romania can take another step towards honouring its royal history as the hall of the parliament will be named after King Michael I. Last week, a deputy member of the Romanian National Liberal Party, proposed that the main room in the Romanian Parliament should bear the name “King Michael I of Romania’s Hall”. The proposal was voted over, and with a great majority, it passed. In…
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Jordan

British police arrest two people after £1million jewel-theft from Princess Firyal of Jordan

A 65-year-old cleaner and her 37-years-old nephew have been arrested in England over the theft of gems worth more than £1million from Princess Firyal of Jordan. The jewels was taken from the Princess London home in the exclusive are of Belgravia and includes a diamond bracelets, watches and earrings. Other luxury items, including several Hermes bags, were also taken in the incident. The Sun…
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Norway

Crown Prince Haakon meets young people struggling with dyslexia and dyscalculia

On Wednesday, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway digitally met with four young people with learning disabilities to learn about the challenges they face. About five percent of people have dyslexia, and just as many have dyscalculia and other specific language difficulties. In the meeting, His Royal Highness said: “It’s not about intelligence at all. It is a disability. If we can manage to…
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