British RoyalsCoronavirusRoyal Weddings

What difference will any government changes to weddings mean for Princess Beatrice?

The UK government could allow small weddings to take place in England as they continue to review lockdown restrictions put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the change to the current ban on marriages won’t take effect until June 1st 2020 at the earliest – too late for Princess Beatrice of York’s plans. Beatrice was set to wed her fiance, Edoardo Mapelli…
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COVID-19 prevents Princess Birgitta of Sweden from returning home: “I feel homeless”

Princess Birgitta of Sweden and Hohenzollern, the second oldest sister of the Swedish monarch King Carl XVI Gustaf, is prevented from going home to Spain due to the ongoing pandemic. The Swedish princess has been unable to return to her home in months because of the coronavirus epidemic that has been raging Europe and the world. Over the last 30 years, the sister of Sweden’s King has…
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CoronavirusThe Sussexes

Video of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor released to support charity

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have released a video on Archie’s first birthday featuring the Duchess reading to her son. The videos are also in support of two charities, Save the Children and No Kid Hungry. The Duchess of Sussex reads ‘Duck Rabbit’ to Archie as Prince Harry is behind the camera recording and cheering them on. The storytime videos with Archie were released to raise…
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Prince Albert puts support behind EU's COVID-19 initiative

Monaco’s Prince Albert has put his support behind the European Union’s initiative in combating COVID-19. The EU has put together a global response to the pandemic, and on Monday, they organised an online international conference of donors alongside various international partners. This came after a call from the World Health Organisation and major players in the global health sector…
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