Royal Week Recap Vol 30
ROYAL WEEK RECAP

ROYAL WEEK RECAP, VOL. 30

Your Weekly Royal Edit

Belgium

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Denmark

  • Princess Benedikte attended a luncheon with the Danish Consul General in Flensburg, Germany on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the demarcation of the border between Denmark and Germany.


Greece

Luxembourg

  • Summer memories of the Grand Ducal Family – A big fan of water sports, the young Prince Guillaume indulges his passion during a water skiing session. 馃寠


Monaco

  • Princess Charlene shared a new photo of her twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques with the caption “Happy holidays 馃尀”.
  • On the occasion of their first wedding anniversary, Louis Ducruet and Marie Hoa Chevallier gave an interview to French magazine Point de Vue.


Netherlands

  • The Summer photos of the Dutch Royal Family, 2019 and 2020.
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Spain

Sweden

  • Crown Princess Victoria held the inaugural speech at theat Stockholm Pride’s digital parade. She said “If you are one of those who cannot or dare not be open about who you are I want you to know there are many who are behind you. I am behind you”
The Crown Princess opens Stockholm Digital Pride Parade 2020 鈥 English subtitles.


United Kingdom

  • The Duchess of Cornwall visited the recently reopened National Gallery to meet with staff involved in the organisation’s Covid-19 response and reopening process.
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The Duchess of Cornwall wore Mother of Pearl Turtle Brooch.

  • The Duke of Cambridge has joined Peter Crouch for a special episode of That Peter Crouch Podcast, in support of the Heads Up campaign.


Other Royals

  • Cressida Bonas marries Harry Wentworth-Stanley. The couple married in a small, private ceremony in July 2020.
  • Lady Amelia Spencer, daughter of Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, is engaged to her boyfriend of 11 years, Greg Mallett.


Royal Brides

  • Royal Bride: Princess Diana || The wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981 at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.

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