Posts Tagged ‘Princess Charlene’

Royal Round Up: Letizia, Camilla, Madeleine, Charlene

Queen Letizia went all of 2016 without wearing a tiara, but she kicked off 2017 with a bang, wearing the biggest tiara in the Spanish Royal Family collection for her first State Visit of the year. Also in this post updates from Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Madeleine, and Princess Charlene.

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2016 in Review: Royal Fashion Highlights

As this is a Kate-centric blog, I will have polls for all of Kate’s clothing choices this year, but first I want to highlight some of my favorite fashion moments from some other royal ladies.

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Royal Round Up: Royals Christmas cards & photos

I doubt this will get much attention at all since it’s Christmas and since my last few articles haven’t gotten much attention, but for those who don’t celebrate Christmas of for those who want something to look at during any downtime during Christmas celebrations, here’s a quick wrap up of various royals’ Christmas cards and photos, and various royals at Christmas-related events recently.

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Royal Round Up: Queen Letizia, Countess Sophie, Princess Charlene, Prince William (Harry polls)

This is a royal round up of royal happenings on November 17, because it was a busy day for many royals. The royals I’m covering in this post are: Queen Letizia; Sophie, Countess of Wessex; Princess Charlene; and Prince William. I’m also including a couple polls related to Prince Harry to gauge interest in a couple things – so please be sure to vote.

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Royal Round Up: Letizia, Camilla, Eugenie, Charlene, Sofia

Here’s a Royal Round Up of two ladies we haven’t talked about in a while and three ladies we just talked about recently: Queen Letizia doing stuff for the Princess of Asturias awards; Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at the Man Booker Prize; Princess Eugenie at an event for Elephant Family; Princess Charlene at the Princess Grace Awards; and Princess Sofia in a meeting with child rights organizations.

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