International royalsSaudi Arabia

Kings of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia hold talks

King Salman of Saudi Arabia hosted the King of Bahrain, King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa at the Al Auja Palace in Diriyah on Saturday. Also present at the meeting was Governor of Riyadh, Prince Faisal bin Bandar, State Minister Prince Mansour bin Mitch bin Abdul Aziz, and Foreign Minister, Adel Al-Jubeir. They reviewed bilateral relations, as well as the latest regional and international…
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European RoyalsSweden

Crown Princess Victoria visits SKYDD 2018 Protection Fair

On Tuesday of this week, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended the Protection Fair in Sweden and awarded perhaps the most unusual prize she has ever awarded – a gold fire hydrant! The magazine Swedish Firefighter is behind the award which seeks to promote development, innovation and good co-operation within the emergency service organisations. The award was given to the Greater Stockholm…
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British RoyalsThe CambridgesThe Sussexes

Princes William and Harry to reduce polo appearances next year

Both Prince William and Prince Harry have followed in their father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and shown both a liking and skill at polo. However, signs indicate that they will have to curtail their exploits in the saddle during 2019, mainly because of official duties assisting HM Queen, and their father, Prince Charles. With the United Kingdom looking for additional markets overseas, the…
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The Gloucesters

Duchess of Gloucester opens new Music School

The Duchess of Gloucester unveiled a new music school at Kings College School, Wimbledon this week. The new state of the art facility includes a concert hall that can seat 200 people and house an orchestra of sixty on the stage. The Duchess was met by Deputy Lieutenant, Ms…
British RoyalsThe Cambridges

Prince William to undertake a seven-day working visit to Africa next week

More details have been revealed about Prince William’s visit to Africa at the end of the month. The seven-day visit starting on September 24th will see the Duke of Cambridge visiting three African countries, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya. A spokesman for Kensington Palace said that this would primarily be a private official trip for the Duke, although he would be attending some functions on behalf…
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