Sunday, October 4, 2015

The Recap of the Royals You Love: September 28-October 4, 2015

Belgium

-King Philippe & Queen Mathilde visited Mediafin NV on Tuesday {Photos}.

-King Philippe attended the Young Talent in Action forum on Thursday {Photos}.

-Queen Mathilde visited Campus D'Hek on Friday {Photos}

-Prince Emmanuel celebrated his 10th birthday on Sunday.

-Princess Marie-Christine & Jean-Paul Gourges celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary on Monday.

-Princess Marie-Esméralda celebrated her 59th birthday on Wednesday.

Denmark

-Crown Princess Mary participated in the ending of the 70th UN General Assembly Activities on Monday & Tuesday{Source}

Great Britain

-Prince Harry of Wales participated in Walking For the Wounded's Walk of Britain and attended the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool D match between France and Canada on Wednesday {Photos}

-The Lady Mariana-Charlotte Alexandra Katharine Helen Windsor celebrated her 23rd birthday on Wednesday.

Greece

-Prince Nikolaos celebrated his 46th birthday on Thursday.

Monaco

-Prince Albert II visited the Muséum National d'histoire Naturelle on Wednesday {Photos}

-Princess Caroline of Hanover presided over the 2015 L'Institut de Formation en Soins Infirmiers (IFSI) graduation and promotions ceremony on Monday {Video}

The Netherlands

-King Willem-Alexander I & Queen Maxima attended a reception for the heads of missions on Monday {Source}. On Thursday, they met with members of their delgation in preparing for their upcoming state visit to China{Source}

-King Willem-Alexander I addressed the members of the 70th UN General Assembly {Source}.On Friday, the first king of The Netherlands in 100 years held an audience with Dutch members of the European Parliament {Source}.

-Princess Beatrix  opened the exhibition Held op Sokkel  on Friday {Photos}.

Norway

-King Harald V, Queen Sonja & Crown Prince Haakon attended the 2015 Opening of Parliament ceremonies on Friday {Source}

-Ari Behn celebrated his 43rd birthday on Wednesday.

-Emma Tallulah Behn celebrated her 7th birthday on Tuesday. 

Spain

-Queen Letizia & Queen Sofia presided over the meeting of the Media Commission of the FAD on Tuesday {Source}. On Friday, the royal consorts presided over the Día de la Banderita events {Source}.

-King Felipe VI presided over the opening of the 2015-16 Academic year of the University of Murcia on Wednesday {Source}. On Friday, the Spanish monarch presided over the150th anniversary celebrations of The Valencian  and attended the 2015 Rey Jaime I Awards {Source}{Source}.

-Queen Letizia attended the opening of vocational training school year 2015/16 at the ‘Javier Garcia Tellez’ secondary School on Thursday {Source}.

-Queen Sofia presided over the opening of the 2015 Annual Summit of the Human Brain Project on Monday {Source}.

-Leonor, Princess of Asturias was officially commemorated on her first stamp as The Princess of Asturias to commerate her 10th birthday at the end of the month on Friday {Source}

-Infanta Cristina & Iñaki Urdangarín y Liebaert celebrated their  18th wedding anniversary on Sunday.

-Don Juan Urdangarín y Bórbon celebrated his 16th birthday on Tuesday. 

-Don Carlos Fitz-James Stuart y Martínez de Irujo, 19th Duke of Alba de Tormes celebrated his 47th birthday on Friday.

Sweden

-King Carl XVI Gustaf & Queen Silvia attended meetings with government officials ahead of their state visit to Lithuania  and attended a diplomatic reception on Tuesday {Source}{Source}.

-King Carl XVI Gustaf met with the Metropolitan of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan of the Church of Sweden and Scandinavia on Tuesday {Source}. On Thursday and Friday, he attended a technology trip to Ludvika and Västerås {Source}.

-Queen Silvia presided over the presentation of scholarships from the Foundation Masonic Home for Children and presented certificates to winners of the Mayflower fundraising campaign on Wednesday {Source}{Source}. On Thursday, the Swedish Queen took part in the conference, Sweden on Drugs and visited a home for unaccompanied youth {Source}.

-Prince Daniel presented grants for promising young researchers, attended the Forum for Welfare and visited the Viking school in Haninge to meet with children and young people who took part in a healthy Generations taekwondo trainingon Wednesday {Source}{Source}{Source}.

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