Royalty Magazine Volume 25/01


Royalty Magazine Volume 25/01

Royalty Magazine Volume 2501

CAMILLA’s UNTOLD STORY HITS THE HEADLINES: The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall’s visit to Canada and a new biography offer a guide to TRH’s future together.

WILLEM-ALEXANDER & MAXIMA’S GRAND TOUR: The Dutch royals four day tour, which saw them in Rome, Sicily and finally Milan, was a chance to enjoy the beauty and culture of Italy.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES: Princess Eugenie and Kitty Spencer at the Serpentine Summer Party; Queen Sonja’s birthday; Crown Princess Mary’s rainy day horse parade.

WILLIAM & KATE IN POLAND AND GERMANY: Taking the kids on holiday is nothing new, but when the Cambridges pay a visit, with George and Charlotte coming along, it’s extra special!

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES: Queen Paola’s family reunion; Zara Tindall says farewell to her beloved Toytown; Crown Princess Mary’s new rose.

CROWN PRINCESS VICTORIA’s FORTIETH BIRTHDAY: A very special birthday for Sweden’s future queen saw celebrations in Stockholm and at the Royal Family’s summer residence on Oland Island.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES: The Duchess of Cambridge opens the V&A’s new facility; Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s visit to Orkney.

PRINCESS DIANA: THE FINAL DAYS OF BLISS: With the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death, biographer Susan Maxwell Skinner finds consolation in her final days of “bliss”.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES: Prince Ernst August Jr. marries fashion designer Ekaterina Malysheva in Hanover; Pippa Middleton joins the royals at Wimbledon.

KING FELIPE & QUEEN LETIZIA IN THE UK: The state visit of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia to the UK made history as the first by a reigning Spanish monarch for thirty-one years.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES: The Duchess of Cambridge sees the latest addition to the Natural History Museum; King Philippe and Queen Mathilde’s nautical day out . . .

PRINCE HARRY: REBEL TO REALITY: Prince Harry startled everyone when he said no one in the Royal Family wants to be monarch, but there was method in the apparent madness.

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