Belgium

King Albert of Belgium set to leave hospital

King Albert of Belgium is set to leave hospital tomorrow. The Belgian Royal Palace has informed Belgian reporter Wim Dehandschutter that the King will be discharged around 2 pm on 5 July and will continue to recover at home. The 89-year-old former monarch has been hospitalised since 27 June. He was initially taken to the hospital after feeling unwell; there, it was determined that he was…
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Belgium

Belgium's King Albert reveals plans for days after he leaves hospital

King Albert II of Belgium has a major engagement lined up – even though he’s still being treated in hospital. As the former monarch continues his recovery from symptoms of dehydration under medical supervision, it’s been confirmed that he plans to attend events to mark the tenth anniversary of the reign of his son, King Philippe. Philippe will celebrate a decade as King of…
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Belgium

King Albert of Belgium's hospital stay extended

The former Belgian monarch, Albert II, is to stay in hospital longer than first expected after being admitted with dehydration. The king, who is 89, was admitted early on the morning of June 27th 2023 after his health gave cause for concern. Belgium’s Royal…
Sweden

Princess Madeleine postpones her move home and Sweden's Royal Court explains why

Princess Madeleine of Sweden has postponed her move home, and the Royal Court has explained the reason behind her decision. It had been announced earlier this year that Princess Madeleine, her husband Chris and their three children, Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas and Princess Adrienne, would relocate to Sweden in August. However, the Princess and her husband have since changed their minds.
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Belgium

Belgium's King Albert taken to hospital

King Albert II of Belgium is being treated in hospital for dehydration. The king, who turned 89 just a few weeks ago, was taken in for treatment after becoming unwell at home. His wife, Queen Paola, is at his side. His eldest son, King Philippe of the Belgians, has…
Norway

Princess Ingrid Alexandra to undertake military training

Princess Ingrid Alexandra will spend a calendar year serving in the Norwegian military, the Royal Court announced on 26 June. The future queen, who graduated from Elvebakken Upper Secondary School last week, will spend the autumn working at a school before beginning a full 12 months of military service at the Skjold Camp in Indre Troms, which is home to the Engineer Battalion, where she will…
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