Posts Tagged ‘King Harald’

Royal Round Up: Merry Christmas from the royals

For your normal Thursday or your Christmas Eve (whichever), here is a round up of the Christmas photos/cards released by the royals this year.

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Royal Round Up: Charlene and babies, Amalia, Maxima, Mette-Marit, Letizia

Here’s an old school Royal Round Up with no Brits in sight (until later today when I cover Kate’s return visit to the Anna Freud Centre – which may get covered tomorrow depending on how busy I am). This one’s got Princess Charlene celebrating Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella‘s first birthday; Princess Amalia celebrating her twelfth birthday; Queen Maxima visiting a hospital; Norway releasing Christmas photos; and Queen Letizia attending Journalism Awards.

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Swedish royals attend Nobel Prize ceremony and banquet

I love tiaras, I really do. And I love it when people break out of their tiara ruts and wear something new (while I think the Lover’s Knot should have stayed in the vault a while longer it was still interesting to see it again). Yesterday, December 10, the Swedish Royal Family – King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine, and Chris O’Neill – got all dolled up in tiaras for the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony and banquet at Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm.

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Royal Round Up: Queen Margrethe’s 75th birthday, day two

This week’s royal round up is going to be a little different. Instead of the usual round up, this post is dedicated to Queen Margrethe‘s second day of birthday celebrations on April 16 (her actual 75th birthday) that I didn’t have time to post during the week.

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Queen Margrethe’s 75th birthday gala dinner: night one

Last night, April 15, Queen Margrethe held a Gala Dinner at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark. This was the first of two gala dinners this week in celebration of Margrethe’s 75th birthday. The second dinner is tonight, on her actual birthday. The first gala was attended by many monarchs (and their spouses) from across Europe. No one from the British Royal Family was there. The gala was a white tie event with tiaras and orders.

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