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Europe’s lucky number sevens: baby Sussex’s counterparts in the line of succession

When Baby Sussex is born in a few weeks time, he or she will be seventh in line to the British throne. They are not the only royals to hold the lucky number seven position in a line of succession. Let’s take a look at Baby Sussex’s counterparts in their lines of succession. Belgium: Archduchess Anna Astrid, 2 – Anna Astrid is the only child of Prince Amedeo and Princess…
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Prince Carl Philip visits Hanover Fair

Prince Carl Philip was in Germany to attend the Hanover Fair earlier this week, as the event focused on Swedish partnership. On Monday, Prince Carl Philip attended a presentation and roundtable discussion about the digitisation of physical products with data and services…
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No official celebrations planned for Prince Carl Philip's 40th birthday

When Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria turned 40 in July 2017, it was marked with official festivities across Stockholm. But her brother, Prince Carl Philip, will be marking the occasion in a more low-key manner. “There will be no official celebration of Prince Carl’s 40th birthday,” said Head of Information of the Royal Court, Margareta Thorgren, to Expressen, adding that…
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Tiny tots who will one day reign

They may be young now, but one day these toddlers and young children will reign on the thrones of their countries. So who are the youngest heirs in Europe? Hereditary Prince Jacques of Monaco: Although born after his sister, Princess Gabriella who is two minutes older, Hereditary Prince Jacques will one day be the Sovereign Prince of Monaco as Monaco abides by male-preference…
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Swedish King sends condolences to Dutch Monarch after Utrecht incident

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden has sent his condolences to King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands after the shooting in Utrecht: His Majesty said: “The Queen and I have, with profound sadness, followed the news of the brutal tram shooting in Utrecht yesterday. We extend our sincere condolences and our heartfelt sympathies to the families of the victims and to the people of the…
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