Sovereign’s Parade at Sandhurst

Members of the Jordanian and Luxembourgish Royal Families attended the Sovereign’s Parade at the Sandhurst Royal Military Academy in Camberley on August 11th for the graduation ceremony of Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan and Prince Sebastian of Luxembourg. 

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King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan were accompanied by Princess Salma, Princess Iman, and Prince Hashem, while Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg were accompanied by Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie, Prince Felix, Princess Claire, and Princess Alexandra for the Sovereign’s Parade at Sandhurst. King Abdullah represented Queen Elizabeth II and gave an address.

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3 thoughts on “Sovereign’s Parade at Sandhurst

  1. I think it was so excellent that King Abdullah II represented Queen Elizabeth II and gave the formal address! As King, as a graduate of Sandhurst, and as a former commander in the Royal Hussars in the British Army, he is the perfect person to address the graduating class. He has always exemplified the best qualities of an officer and a gentleman. He is King in a very volatile region and yet he has always shown restraint and wisdom in his decisions in the midst of very difficult situations. He has my respect and admiration, and I am sure I am not alone in this!

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  2. I SHARE BLEUSAPHIRE70 COMMENT ON KING ABDALLAHH II. AND VERY REGAL ALSO THE FACT THAT H.M.QUEEN ELIZABETH II GRANTED THE DRADUATION CEREMONY TO HIM. KING ABDALLAH IS DEFINITELY A VERY WISE KING. HE DESERVES EVERY RESPECT.
    ANNA GERAKIS – ATHENS GREECE

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