Sunday, October 18, 2015

The Recap of the Royals You Love: October 12-18, 2015

Austria

-Georg von Habsburg & Duchess Eilika of Oldenburg celebrated their 18th anniversary on Sunday.

Belgium

-King Philippe &Queen Mathilde began their three-day official visit to Warsaw, Poland on Tuesday {Photos}

Bhutan

-King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck & Queen Jetsun Pema  celebrated their 4th wedding anniversary on Tuesday.

Denmark

-Queen Margrethe II presented the Queen Ingrid Research Prize 2015 on Monday {Source}

-Prince Christian celebrated his 10th birthday on Thursday.

-Princess Benedikte of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg attended the Odense Horse Show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday {Source}.

Great Britain

-Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the University of Surrey's new School of Veterinary Medicine on Thursday {Photos}.

-Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge officially opened the new School of Pythagoras Archive Centre at St. John's College at the University of Cambridge on Thursday {Source}.

French

-Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Noto celebrated his 47th birthday on Friday.

Greece

-Princess Alexandra celebrated her 47th birthday on Thursday.

Italy

-Prince Aimone of Savoy-Aosta, Duke of Apulia celebrated his 48th birthday on Tuesday.

Liechtenstein

-Princess Marie Caroline celebrated her 19th birthday on Saturday.

Luxembourg

-Grand Duke Henri, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa attended the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Biennial Honorary Board meeting on Thursday {Photos}.

Monaco

-Prince Albert II attended the  International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Biennial Honorary Board meeting on Thursday {Photos}. On Sunday, Monaco's sovereign prince welcomed visitors to Monaco's palace in honor of Monaco's Heritage Day {Photos}

-Andrea Knecht de Massy celebrated her 7th birthday on Sunday.

The Netherlands

-King Willem-Alexander I officially opened the new Energy Transition Centre on Tuesday {Video}.

-Queen Maxima attended the opening of the 10th annual Hands On! confrence  on Tuesday {Photos}.

-Princess Margriet attended the  International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Biennial Honorary Board meeting on Thursday {Photos}.

-Princess Aimée of Orange-Nassau, van Vollenhoven celebrated her 38th birthday on Sunday.

-Princess Princess Margarita of Bourbon-Parma, Countess of Colorno celebrated her 43rd birthday on Tuesday.

-Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Parma, Count of Bardi celebrated his 43rd birthday on Tuesday.

-Princess Cecilia Maria Johanna Beatrix of Bourbon-Parma celebrated her 2nd birthday on Saturday.

Spain

-King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor of Asturias & The Infanta Sofia participated in Spain's National Day Celebrations on Monday {Photos}{Source}.

-King Felipe VI attended day 1 of the XVI Iberoamerican Forum Annual Meeting on Tuesday {Source}. On Thursday, he presided over the opening of the Royal Course at the Institute of Integrated Spain {Source}.

-Queen Letizia participated in the opening of the 10th International Seminar of Language and Journalism Manuales de Estilo en la Era de la Marca Personal  on Tuesday {Photos}{Source}. On Friday, she attended World Food Day 2015 {Source}.

-Infanta Margarita of Spain, Duchess of Soria, 2nd Duchess of Hernani & Carlos Zurita y Delgado, Duke Consort of Soria, Duke Consort of Hernani celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary on Monday.
Infanta Margarita is the sister of King Juan Carlos and aunt to the present King of Spain (1972)

Sweden

-King Carl XVI Gustaf & Queen Silvia attended the conference Sweden together at the Munich Brewery on Monday {Source}.

-King Carl XVI Gustaf & Crown Princess Victoria attended the WWF's autumn meeting on Wednesday {Source}

-King Carl XVI Gustaf attended the Settler of the Year Award on Tuesday {Source}. On Thursday, he held audiences with newly appointed Swedish ambassadors from Tunisia, Greece, Romania, and Laos and attended the 2015 Young Leadership Foundation workshop {Source}{Source}.

-Queen Silvia presented the World Children's Prize 2015 on Wednesday {Source}.

-Crown Princess Victoria attended the Sustainable Leadership Conference 2015 on Tuesday {Source}. On Thursday, she attended International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Biennial Honorary Board meeting on Thursday {Photos}

-Prince Carl Philip & Princess Sofia inaugurated Sports Without Borders on Monday {Source}. On Thursday, they announced they are expecting their first child in April 2016{Source}
Yes, that's right Sweden will have TWO new babies in 2016, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel are expecting their second child in February or March 2016 on top of Carl Philip and Sofia's announcement. Upon the births of both babies, the succession will look like this:
  1. Crown Princess Victoria
  2. Princess Estelle
  3. Baby #2 (February/March 2016)
  4. Prince Carl Philip
  5. Baby #1 (April 2016)
  6. Princess Madeline
  7. Princess Leonore
  8. Prince Nicolas

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