European RoyalsSweden

Swedish Royal Court invites public to participate in Finnish State Visit

Ahead of the beginning of the Finnish presidential couple’s state visit to Sweden, the Royal Court has published an open invitation to members of the population to take part in it.  As is tradition, the visit will begin with a carriage ride from the Royal Stables to the Royal Palace through the streets of Stockholm. At the Royal Palace, the Finnish President will receive the official welcome…
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Norway

Norwegian National Day to get back to normal

Norway’s National Day is set to get back to normal after two years of restrictions due to the global health crisis. The Norwegian Royal Family will mark the day as they did before health restrictions were put in place. Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess…
European RoyalsSweden

Queen Silvia marks International Nurses Day with video message

Queen Silvia of Sweden recorded a video message in honour of International Nurses Day, celebrated every year on the 12th of May.  In her message, Her Majesty said: “I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your very own day,” as the role of nurses has gained increasing focus over the past two years.  The Queen too highlighted this point, praising nurses’…
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Denmark

Queen Margrethe's Science Prize awarded

Peter Lodahl, professor of quantum physics and quantum technology at the Niels Bohr Institute, has worked his entire life to research on in experimental quantum optics. This week he received his grandest award so far when Queen Margrethe II of Denmark awarded him with her…
Serbia

Crown Princess Katherine praised for decades of work to improve health care in Serbia

This week, the Serbian Royal Medical Board has issued a statement to praise Crown Princess Katherine for her work in Serbia over the past decades. The Serbian Crown Princess has worked to strengthen the health service in the country for the past 30 years. Since 2001, she has lived with Crown Prince Alexander permanently in Serbia and since then, work has gained speed. In their thanks to Her…
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Norway

Princess Astrid uses wheelchair for first time in public at special sports dinner

The pandemic has prevented the Norwegian, and other European, royal families from being able to hold larger dinners. But now, this is changing. Norway is now a country completely without any kind of restrictions. And so King Harald has hosted to a grand dinner to thank all the Norwegian athletes who participated in the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing. In addition to the royal family…
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