Frig me, i’m dead. Lilbet’s faceeeeeeeeeee.
Queen Amelie of Portugal with sisters Princess Louise and Isabella Duchess of Guise
Queen Letizia today presented the Luis Carandell Award for parliamentary journalism in the Senate. The award was presented to Carmen Irrigation.
Queen Letizia when presenting the award also stated:
"Let me look back to all the brave journalists who say no, they are planted, those editors who will not only go, those who maintain independence. Those journalists that protect the craft and pamper basis of seriousness, rigor and truth. Those journalists who still believe in journalism, in the relaxed and analytical chronicle that still believe to be the first to tell does not mean it has to be the best, those that can return information to its true value. Thank you for being instrumental in our democracy, believing that an intelligent chronic raises awareness, helps to interpret reality, articulated public opinion, those journalists who are, they believe, and that all day and despite the thousands of problems and difficulties, stop a moment and think yes, it’s worth being there and telling all citizens what happens."
The Birthday Trio- September 15
Queen Letizia of Spain turns 42 years old
Prince Henry of Wales turns 30 years old
Prince Daniel of Sweden turns 41 years old
Queen Maria Theresia of Bavaria, neé Archduchess of Austria-Este. Early 1910s.
Members of the Japanese Imperial Family on the east plaza of the Imperial Palace for the Emperors New Year Greeting 2014
(1)His Majesty The Emperor and his wife Her Majesty The Empress of Japan
(2)His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Naruhito and his wife Her imperial Highness Crown Princess Masako
(3) His Imperial Highness Prince Akishino and his wife Her Imperial Highness Princess Kiko
(4) Her Imperial Highness Princes Kiko with her eldest daughter Her Imperial Highness Princess Mako of Akishino
(5) Her Imperial Highness The Princess Hitachi and Her Imperial Highness Crown Princess Masako
(6)Her Imperial Highness Princess Noriko of Takamado with her sister Her Imperial Highness Princess Tsuguko of Takamado and there mother Her Imperial Highness The Princess Takamado
(7)Her Imperial Highness The Princess Takamado
(8)Her Imperial Highness Princess Akiko of Mikasa
Princess Takako Shimazu in Court Dress
Princess Takako Shimazu was born at the Tokyo Imperial Palace. As with her elder sisters, she was not raised by her biological parents, but by a succession of court ladies at a separate palace built for her and her sisters. On 3 March 1960, Princess Takako wed Hisanaga Shimazu and relinquished her membership in the Imperial Family and adopted her husband’s surname.
Charlene and Albert at the Rolex Masters Final 2014
In her role as patron of the WHO (World Health Organisation) Regional Office for Europe, Crown Princess Mary took part in the opening ceremony of the 64th Regional Committee Meeting today in Copenhagen.
With a short speech, Crown Princess Mary opened the ceremony, which kickstarted the Regional Committee Meeting that runs from September 15th-18th.
For today’s event, the Crown Princess stepped out looking elegant and businesslike repeating a grey and black Hugo Boss skirt, that she last wore in 2013. She combined her skirt with a black jacket that we’ve also seen her wear before and a pair of black pumps. To spice up her looks she carried her large powder pink Prada bag.
“I’m still very much a kid inside myself" - Prince Harry
Happy 30th Birthday, Harry!
Prince Nicholas Romanovich, the oldest living descendant of the Russian Imperial Family died on the 14th of September at his family home in Tuscany, his younger brother Prince Dimitri Romanovich reported to Itar-Tass. “This is a huge loss for us,” he said, noting that the place and time of the burial had not yet been decided.
Prince Nicholas Romanovich’s father, H.H. Prince Roman Petrovich of Russia was a second cousin and godson of the last Tsar, and his mother Countess Prascovia Dimitrievna Cheremeteff, was a daughter of Count Dimitri Cheremeteff, a childhood friend and adjutant to Emperor Nicholas II. Prince Nikolai Romanovich was born in Antibes, France, on September 26, 1922. Prince Nicholas Romanovich was a direct male descendant of HM Emperor Nicholas I Pavlovich.
Prince Harry starts a ‘mexican wave’ at the Invictus Games Closing Concert.