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Crown Princess Victoria gives virtual tours of the Royal Palace in Stockholm

With National Day in Sweden looking slightly different than normal, Crown Princess Victoria has instead been giving virtual tours of the Royal Palace in Stockholm. Normally, the Royal Palace opens to the public on this day and is free to visit. National Day is held annually on 6 June with the royals attending numerous events throughout Stockholm. A member of the family usually opens the…
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The Countess of Wessex supports The Duchess of Cambridge's photo project

The Countess of Wessex submitted a photograph to her niece-in-law, The Duchess of Cambridge’s COVID-19 photography project, Hold Still, on Thursday. In the snap, Sophie captured a fellow volunteer, Ali, who was helping package meals at the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, Surrey, last month ahead of Eid. View this post on Instagram 📦Packed with love . As…
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Prince of Wales on pandemic: "I’m so determined to find a way out of this"

The Prince of Wales has said that he is lucky after contracting the novel coronavirus back in March, saying that he “got away with it quite lightly.” In an exclusive interview with Sky News’s royal reporter, Rhiannon Mills, to discuss his environmental initiatives after launching The Great Reset on Wednesday, Prince Charles said that “it makes me even more determined to push and shout…
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Belgium's royals make first appearance since Prince Joachim's quarantine row

Prince Joachim’s parents have said they won’t be discussing the row surrounding their son after he was diagnosed with coronavirus during a trip to Spain. Princess Astrid of Belgium, Joachim’s mother, told press that she had no comment on the controversy which began this weekend after it was confirmed the prince had been at a party in Cordoba, breaking rules in place to stop the…
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