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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ROYAL FAMILIES

New Year Greeting, New Year Speeches and Year in Review

British Royal Family

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The Duchess of Corwall and The Prince of Wales shared their Year in Review on instagram.

“As the decade comes to an end, we wanted to share some highlights from a decade in the life of TRHs The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
Wishing all our followers a very Happy New Year! ”

Kensington Royal

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared their Year in Review, plus a message for their followers and charities.

“To all the fantastic organisations and inspirational people we met and worked with in 2019: Thank you for a wonderful year, and see you in 2020! “

Sussex Royal

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also posted a video review of 2019 on their official Instagram and little Archie is the star of the video!!

“Wishing you all a very Happy New Year and thanking you for your continued support! We’ve loved meeting so many of you from around the world and can’t wait to meet many more of you next year. We hope 2020 brings each of you health and continued happiness.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex


Danish Royal Family

Queen Margrethe of Denmark held her New Year’s speech at Christian IX’s Mansion at Amalienborg.

The Queen delivers the New Year Address every year on December 31st at 6 pm. This year Her Majesty has looked to the future and the past.

Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year Address 2019.

“Every day, my big family makes me happy and proud. The Crown Prince and the Crown Princess have plenty to do, and at the same time they manage to create a warm home for their four children.

Prince Joachim and Princess Marie together with their two children are in Paris, where Prince Joachim is receiving additional training at the French military academy. At the same time, I have enjoyed watching his talks about Danish history on TV. I knew he would be good at it.

In the new year, Prince Christian’s confirmation will take place. He will soon be a young man with life ahead of him. I shall celebrate my 80th birthday. I have many years behind me.

I am grateful for all that the years bring me, and for all the warmth that I and all my family continue to be met with. It is a source of inspiration as well as an obligation.

We are standing at the door of the year 2020. I wish everybody a happy New Year. May it become a good year for Denmark.”

Queen Margrethe of Denmark


Japanese Imperial Family

New Year 2020 video of Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako, Princess Aiko, and family. It was recorded on December 12, 2019.

First row (L to R): Empress Emerita Michiko, Emperor Emeritus Akihito, Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako, Fumihito, Crown Prince Akishino and Kiko, Crown Princess Akishino. Second row (L to R): Princess Mako, Princess Aiko, Prince Hisahito and Princess Kako.

Luxembourg Royals

Bonne année – Vill Gléck am neie Joer – Happy new year from The Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg.

First row (L to R): Prince Sébastien, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, Grand Duke Henri and Princess Claire. Second row (L to R): Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Prince Felix.

This will be an amazing year for The Grand Ducal Family as Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume (38) and his wife Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie (35) are expecting their first child in May 2020. Post HERE.



Monaco Royals

The Palais Princier released a video of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco’s New Year Speech.

For first time, Princess Charlene joined Prince Albert. The couple send the family’s best wishes for 2020.

Message du Nouvel An de S.A.S. le Prince Albert II et de S.A.S. la Princesse Charlène.

Norwegian Royal Family

It’s tradition in Norway that King Harald (82) has a New Year’s greeting to the Norwegian people.

On his New Year’s Eve speech, The King talked about Ari Behn, former husband of his daughter Princess Martha Louise, who committed suicide on Christmas Day. 

“The Royal Family are greatly affected by Ari Behn’s death this Christmas. It has been quite touching to see people’s compassion and lit candles in the Palace Square. There is comfort in all the good memories and beautiful words that have been expressed about the father of three of our dear grandchildren.”

Swedish Royal Family

The Swedish Royal Family shared 2019 Year in Review video.

Happy New Year!!!



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