Here’s a belated post on Prince Harry‘s October 25-26 visit to Denmark, where he met Queen Margrethe and refused to eat a Danish pastry.
On Thursday and Friday, there were a string of terror attacks in Spain, killing over a dozen people and injuring over 100. The Guardian has a good timeline of events here and here, if you’re interested. In what is sadly feeling more and more like routine as the world suffers more and more attacks this […]
While I was digging into the history of Prince Henrik‘s pettiness about his royal title, I became fascinated with the story, and Prince Henrik won’t shut up about his pettiness so there’s an update!
Prince Henrik has a history of being outspoken when it comes to his title, and now he’s added yet another item to the list as he announced this week that he is refusing to be buried next to his wife, Queen Margrethe II, because he was never made King Consort.
Following the big tiara-filled gala dinner on May 9, the royals came out for Day 2 of the 80th Birthday celebrations of King Harald and Queen Sonja, which was a government-hosted black tie dinner at the Opera House in Oslo. It was rainy and wet so the royals had to cover up with umbrellas and […]
Last night, May 9, King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway held a joint 80th birthday dinner at the Royal Palace in Oslo – their birthdays are February 21 (for Harald) and July 4 (for Sonja). A truck load of Norwegian and foreign royals attended including crowd favorites Crown Princess Victoria, Queen Maxima, and The […]
Here’s a quick catch up with Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Crown Princess Mary.
This week’s State Visits continued on March 28 with Queen Maxima, Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Mary.
Duchess Kate wasn’t the only royal lady out and about on January 24, several other ladies were as well. Queen Margrethe and Crown Princess Mary were at a State Banquet; Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was hosting a reception for Equestrian Olympians; and Queen Maxima opened an education exhibition.
Both the Danish Royal Family and the Japanese Imperial Family celebrate the new year by donning tiaras. The Danes hold their New Year’s Banquet at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen, while the Japanese hold their New Year’s ceremony at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.