Sunday, March 16, 2014

The Recap of the Royals You Love: March 10-16, 2014

Denmark

-Crown Princess Mary  gave the opening speech at the ‘Invest in Girls an Women: Everybody Wins” event co-hosted by Women Deliver in New York on Monday

-Princess Marie visited the Antorini daycare facility on Friday

Great Britain

-Queen Elizabeth II
 held several audiences on Tuesday {Source}

-Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh visited Royal Holloway, University of London on Friday

-Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh  visited the Keeper's House at the Royal Academy of Arts,  and attended a reception for the  Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom on Tuesday {Source}

-Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince Charles of Wales, Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex & Sophie, The Countess of Wessex attended the Commonwealth Day obersevervance ceremony on Monday {Source}

-Queen Elizabeth II. Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh & Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex visited the Royal Commonwealth Society on Wednesday

-The Prince Charles of Wales held several audiences, attended a reception to mark the Eightieth Anniversary of the British Council at the British Council on Tuesday {Source}

-The Prince Charles of Wales & Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall viewed a demonstration by Medical Detection Dogs  and attended a reception with the group before attening a reception for High Commissioners  on Tuesday {Source}

-Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Princess Anne, The Princess Royal & Zara Anne Elizabeth Philips Tindall attended Day 2 Ladies Day of the Chetham Races on Tuesday

-The Prince Andrew, The Duke of York visited Kainos Software Limited, Belfast Telegraph and Northern Ireland Science Park on Tuesday {Source}

-The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex & Sophie, The Countess of Wessex visit the London Air Ambulance at the Royal London Hospital on Monday

-The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday.

-The Princess Anne, The Princess Royal attended a National Olympic Committees Meeting and visited  the Fishmongers' Company on Tuesday{Source}

-Sophie, The Countess of Wessex visited with the teams of England's Hockey on Tuesday{Source}

-Prince Harry of Wales visited The River and Rowing Museum where he met with t the Row to Recovery crew on Monday {Photos}

-Princess Beatrice of York attended the Karl Lagerfeld European flagship store launch on Thursday {Photos}

-Zara Anne Elizabeth Philips Tindall attended the Chetham Races on Monday

-Prince Richard, The Duke of Gloucester held an audience in the morning before visiting with excutive members of the Newcomen Society  on Tuesday{Source}

-Xan Richard Anders Windsor, Lord Culloden celebrated his 7th birthday on Wednesday.

-Prince Edward, The Duke of Kent visited the Bishop's Palace Project at Minster Yard, opened the new wing of the  University of Lincoln at Brayford Pool and visited the Lincoln Cathedral on Tuesday {Source}

Liechtenstein

-Prince Constantin
 celebrated his 42nd birthday on Saturday

Luxembourg

-Grand Duke Henri, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, Prince Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke & Princess Stephanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess met with members of the Luxembourgish government for a dinner on Tuesday {Source}



-Prince Gabriel de Nassau celebrated his 8th birthday on Wednesday.
Monaco

-Prince Albert II celebrated his 56th birthday on Friday.

-Princess Stephanie, Pierre Rainier Stefano Casiraghi & Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi attended a Contemporary Art Charity Gala on Friday {Source}

The Netherlands

-Princess Beatrix attended a performance of Royaal Talent for Princess Beatrix on Friday {Photos}

Spain

-King Juan Carlos I, Queen Sofia, Prince Felipe of Astrurias, Princess Letizia of Astrurias & Infanta Elena, Duchess of Lugo 10th anniversary Mass to pay homage to the victims of the Madrid train bombings on Monday

Sweden

-Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, & Princess Estelle attend Victoria’s nameday ceremony on Wednesday.

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