October 7, 2022

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PropertyMembers of the royal families around the world leave no one untouched. Marriages and divorces, shady or dizzying finances, criticism and praise: everything is discussed in the land of kings. This was the highlight of the royal news of the week.




Beatrix walking with sticks through a mangrove park in Curaçao

Princess Beatrix, 83, visited Willemstad’s mangrove park with her sticks last Saturday. There I learned, among other things, the role of mangroves as nurseries for reef fish. Beatrix was received, among others, by Charles Cooper, Minister of Traffic, Transport and Spatial Planning, and Paul Stockermans, Director General of the Karmapi Research Institute. I listened to an explanation about the garden while having a drink.

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Philip and Mathilde’s state visit to Italy postponed again

King Philip and Queen Mathilde did not leave for Italy after all. The state visit of the Belgian royal couple has been postponed again. The state visit was scheduled for some time, but was postponed earlier due to the Corona crisis. According to the Belgian court, the decision was made “in light of the deteriorating health situation”. The Belgian King and Queen were invited by Italian President Sergio Mattarella. King Philip traveled to Rome for a day on Wednesday to meet with the president. “It will underline the importance of good relations between Italy and Belgium,” the Belgian court said.

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The death of the half-brother of the King of Cambodia

Cambodian Prince Norodom Ranariddh has passed away. The half-brother of the current king Sihamoni, who was the Prime Minister of Cambodia from 1993 to 1997, died last Sunday at the age of 77 in France. Ranarid was the second son of King Norodom Sihanouk, who died in 2012, and had a total of 14 children from five different women. He entered politics in the early 1990s at the behest of his father and won the elections in 1993. He then became Prime Minister, a position he shared with his political opponent Hun Sen. Sihanouk returned to the throne at that time after nearly forty years.

Ranarid’s political career did not last long. Four years later, the prince was overthrown in a coup by Hun Sen, who is currently still Cambodia’s prime minister. Ranarid has been suffering from health problems since he was involved in a serious car accident in 2018, which killed his second wife. In 2019, he went to Paris to undergo treatment for a pelvic fracture.

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Dog Carl Philip and Sophia rescued by vigilant walkers

Siri, the dog of Swedish Prince Carl Philip, 42, and Princess Sofia, 36, escaped last week from the home the family lives in with their three children, Alexander (5), Gabriel (4) and Julian (8 months), in Stockholm. life. The four-legged friend was safely brought home soon after thanks to the attention of its discoverers. This was reported by Expressen. Siri also escaped from Villa Solbacken in 2018, where the family lives. Then the police brought the animal back home.

20-year-old Angelina Berg noticed a border terrier. “I immediately jumped out of the car when I saw the animal there and tried to approach. The dog was wandering alone, but seemed to be aware of the environment. Then I had the idea that she might have run away from the house and immediately called the number on her collar, as soon as I brought the dog with me. To bad Fortunately, we were unable to contact us either by phone or text, nor was it possible to reach the Stockholm Police Animal Department.” Berg then joked to her friend that the dog might have belonged to Prince Carl Philip, because he lives next door to the park. “After I googled, I saw that Carl Philip’s dog had run away before and I immediately saw in the pictures that it was her. I burst out laughing and thought ‘that can’t be true.’ Then I walked home with my girlfriend and we rang the doorbell announcing that we had found Siri. The prince opened the door himself with one of his sons and was very kind. The family was so happy to have her dog in the house, he just kept thanking us.”

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Prince Charles inaugurates the new Royal College of Music campus

Prince Charles inaugurated the new campus of the Royal College of Music in London on Thursday. The Prince of Wales gave a speech and listened to the music of some of the students. Shortly before starting his inaugural address, Charles met a number of the school’s students. Talk to flautist Amy Gillen and listen to French masters student Apollin Khoo, who played the ukulele. Charles is known to love opera and classical music. The Royal College of Music was opened in 1883 by the then Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. Queen Elizabeth is the college’s official sponsor, while Charles has been Head of Education since 1993. Many famous British musicians were trained at RCM in London.

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No loose coin for Princess Amalia’s birthday

Princess Amalia won’t get a single coin on her 18th birthday. The Royal Dutch mint confirms it will stay with the duo set already in September for the princess and her mother, Queen Maxima, who turns 50 this year. This set contains two coins: one from Queen Maxima who celebrated her birthday on May 17, and the other from her daughter Princess Amalia who celebrated her birthday on December 7. A total of 3,000 sets of all eight Dutch euro coins were made, according to the Royal Dutch Mint. The obverse shows the double portrait of Queen Maxima and Princess Amalia. On the back are a number of stars with the texts “Queen Máxima 50 years” and “Princess Amalia 18 years”. The set costs €29.95 and is still for sale on the Royal Dutch Mint website.

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property bits. Queen Maxima is her proud mother and Duchess Camilla cuddles donkeys and horses

property bits. The Swedish Crown Prince suffers from a rare condition, and Prince Louis of Luxembourg appears with his fiancée

property bits. King Philip is a proud father and Princess Charlene is in mourning for a dog that was killed

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