Serbia

First photos of Prince Stefan released by the Serbian Royal Court

The Serbian Royal Court today released the very first picture of the new member of the Serbian Royal Family, Prince Stefan. The Serbian Royal Court has confirmed to Royal Central that the photo was taken during a photoshoot at 11 am local Serbian time today. The Royal Palace in Belgrade announced on 25 February that Her Royal Highness Princess Danica had given birth to her and her husband, Prince…
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Serbia

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…
Serbia

Christina Oxenberg publishes a new book about the Serbian Royal Family

Christina Oxenberg, daughter of Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia and descendant of the Serbian House of Karageorgevic, is due to have her seventh book published. This time, it is about her own family, the Serbian Royal Family of Karageorgevic. The book can be described as part memoir, part royal history and contains several never before released photos of the Royal Family from…
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InsightSerbia

Prince Philip of Serbia gets married

On Saturday, the Serbian Prince Philip married his fiancée Danica Marinkovic in a beautiful ceremony in Belgrade. The Serbian Royal Family have only been welcome back in their country for the past sixteen years and are no longer a reigning dynasty, having lost the throne in…
Serbia

Serbian Prince Philip to marry in October

At the end of July, the Royal Palace of Belgrade announced that His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the son of Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Maria da Gloria Orleans-Braganza, was engaged to Ms Danica Marinkovic. The formal announcement, displayed on their official…
InterviewsSerbia

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with the Serbian Crown Prince Couple

In 1941, His Majesty King Peter II of Yugoslavia had to leave his kingdom, when Nazi Germany invaded; this was the start of 50 years of exile for the Serbian Royal Family. King Peter died in 1970 and never had the chance to return to Serbia. His only child, Crown Prince Alexander, returned to Serbia in 1991, and since 2001, the Crown Prince and his family have been living in the Royal Palace in…
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