Royals from around the World, including Sweden, Jordan, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Lesotho, and Qatar, are in New York City this week to attend a series of events and meetings for the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
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King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan are on an Official State Visit to the Netherlands, at the invitation of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, to strengthen and celebrate their political, economic and cultural ties as well as their common work in employment, education and the reception of refugees. The visit is a downgraded version of a State Visit that was rescheduled last year. Continue reading
Royals from around the world have been in New York City this week for the 72nd meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. They also attended events surrounding Goalkeepers 2017, organized by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to highlight progress against global poverty and disease, showcase solutions to help advance the Sustainable Development Goals (or Global Goals) and foster bold leadership to help accelerate the path to a more prosperous, healthy and just future. Continue reading
Happy Birthday to Queen Rania of Jordan, who turns 47 today! As one of the most public Middle Eastern Consorts, she frequently attends glittering events, despite having a small tiara collection. In honour of her Birthday, we are featuring the Jordanian Royal Tiaras:
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. Continue reading
TM King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan are on a three-day State Visit to Belgium, to “Forge links amongst countries, look for agreements and build partnerships for peace.” They were hosted by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium. Continue reading