Denmark

Danish artist will erect a four-meter-high bust of the Queen Margrethe

A Danish sculptor-artist, Jim Lyngvild, is planning to erect a four-meter-high bust of the Queen Margrethe. He will also make the bust in a smaller format which will be available to buy Designer and artist Jim Lyngvild is known as a devoted Danish royalist. He has created so much art dedicated to the royal family. Next year he will gather much of this art in one single exhibition, and the…
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European Royals

Prince Ferdinand of Bismarck dies at 88

Prince Ferdinand of Bismarck, has died at the age of 88 years old. The news was first reported by the German paper, Bunte. The prince passed away following complications experienced during surgery. He leaves behind him his wife, Princess Elisabeth and their three children.
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Prince Napoleon's journey to Norway in 1856

In August 1856, Christiania received an exceptionally grand visit. Seven royals from three royal houses, one Imperial house and a princely house were gathered in Norway’s capital that summer. One of them was Napoleon, although it wasn’t the Napoleon most of us…
European Royals

Prince Emanuele of Savoy robbed of jewels worth over €500,000

Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy`s home in Paris has been robbed. French newspaper “Le Parisien” and other media report that the burglary took place on Friday, 19 July in the French home of the Italian prince and his wife. No one in the family was home when the robbery occurred. The robbery was discovered later that same day by Princess Clotilde of Savoy, the wife of prince Emanuele. French…
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Norway

Tree in Crown Princess Märtha's Garden vandalised

The Norwegian Palace Park in Oslo was vandalised last Thursday, according to a gardener’s facebook post. They posted about the incident: “It is so sad when things like this happen.” A Japanese cherry tree in Crown Princess Märtha’s Garden has been broken in two, and the royal gardeners have removed the tree, and they will plant a new one as soon as possible. Crown Princess…
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Oslo Royal Palace's summer exhibition in pictures

In June, the temporary summer exhibition opened at the Royal Palace in Oslo. This is an excellent exhibition that anyone who visits Norway’s capital should see. For those of you who cannot visit Oslo this summer, you can see the presentation here: The backyard of the…
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The Princess who was gassed by the Nazis

After the First World War, several of Europe’s monarchies fell, and among them were the German and Austrian-Hungarian Empires. While many of the royalty in these countries fled to other countries to live their lives in exile, others chose to remain in their country of birth. Many of these had no idea of what was to come – that they would suffer greatly under Nazism, which would affect…
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