Royal Week Recap Vol 37
ROYAL WEEK RECAP

ROYAL WEEK RECAP, VOL. 37

Your Weekly Royal Edit

Belgium

  • Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the Multifunctional Center Meetjesland of the non-profit organization Blij Leven in Waarschoot near Lievegem. The center offers services like guidance, residential care, training and assisted independent living to young people and their families in problematic living conditions.


Denmark

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Luxembourg



Netherlands

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Norway



Spain

  • King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the National Library in Madrid to preside over the opening ceremony of the exhibition “Delibes”. The exhibition commemorates the centenary of the birth of Miguel Delibes. The Queen wore Bottega Veneta Mid-Blue Crepe Dress, black Carolina Herrera slingback pumps, Nina Ricca “Arc” clutch and Karen Hallam Signature Ring.
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  • Their Majesties, King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of the 2020-2021 season of The Royal Theatre. Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Red Lace Dress, red CH Carolina Herrera Essential Slingback Red Suede Pumps, Carolina Herrera Metropolitan Insignia Small Clutch and Karen Hallam Signature Ring.
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Sweden

  • Prince Daniel visited the British Junior Primary School in Eskilstuna. In 2019, the school was awarded the with Pep School of the Year Award by Generation Pep. The Prince met students and staff at the schoolyard. He also had the opportunity to ride with some students on the school’s mountain bike trail.
  • For the eight year in a row, Prince Carl Philip participated as jury work at Årets Kock (Master Chef). The winner of Chef of the Year 2020 was Ludwig Tjörnemo, who received an award from the Prince.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀


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  • King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel visited the sculpture exhibition of American sculptor and installation artist Alice Aycock at the Kungliga Djurgården.


United Kingdom

  • The Princess Royal visited the 30th Signal Regiment, to mark the 71st anniversary of The Queen’s Gurkha Signals. Her Royal Highness, who is Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Corps of Signals, took the salute for The Queen’s Gurkha Signals’ birthday parade, inspected the troops, and cut their commemorative cake.
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  • The Countess of Wessex sat for a sculpture designed for blind and partially sighted people as part of a special event for Vision Foundation a charity which Her Royal Highness has been Patron of since 2003. The Countess joined sculptor Frances Segelman at her London studio for the unique socially distanced sculpting, which was live streamed to a virtual audience of charity supporters and guests.


Royal Brides

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