Queen Margrethe will not abdicate anytime soon

Following the death of Prince Henrik, rumours that Queen Margrethe II of Denmark will abdicate have once again began circulating. These rumours have been around for some years stating that The Queen of Denmark would abdicate in favour of her eldest son and heir, Crown Prince Frederik, mostly due to her advanced age and the very high popularity of both the Crown Prince and his wife, Crown Princess…
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Royal Baby Alert! Princess Danica gives birth to a son

The Royal Palace in Belgrade has announced that Her Royal Highness Princess Danica has given birth to her and her husband, Prince Philip’s first child, a son named Stefan. The child was born in Belgrade this morning  at 10:30 am local time. Both the Princess and her son…
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Hereditary Prince Ernst August of Hanover and his wife have first child

Hereditary Prince Ernst August of Hanover and his wife, Hereditary Princess Ekaterina of Hanover have just become parents for the first time, according to Dana Press. Ekaterina gave birth to a daughter on 22 February 2018. No name has been announced yet. The couple has been married since July of last year. His father did not attend the wedding; he is reportedly not happy with his son’s…
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Queen Margrethe releases statement following the death of her husband

Queen Margrethe of Denmark has released a statement following the death of her husband, Prince Henrik, in which she thanks people for their sympathies. In the statement, Her Majesty talks about how moving the occasion has been, and how the well-wishes of the Danish people have been thankfully received. In full, The Queen said: “For me and my family, it has been deeply moving to experience…
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Happy Birthday King Harald!

His Majesty King Harald of Norway is 81-years-old today. To mark the King’s birthday, a 21-gun salute was fired today at noon from the cannons at Akershus Fortress in Oslo. Many people had turned up to watch the tribute in honour of the King. It is tradition in Norway…

A look at Monaco's royal Olympians

With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in full swing, let’s take a look at Monaco’s royal Olympians. The Monégasque delegation is always one of the smallest delegations because of the size of the country, but it also had one very famous member. Indeed, from 1988 – Monaco’s second appearance at the Winter Olympics – to 2002, Prince Albert of Monaco was a member of the…
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