Royalty Magazine Volume 28/06


A MEMORABLE AND UPLIFTING DAY The official celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II’s 95th birthday were held at Windsor Castle for the second year but still provided a glorious spectacle.

REUNIFICATIONS & RECONNECTIONS For Denmark’s royals the 100th anniversary of national reunification was complimented by Crown Princess Mary’s recent engagements.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES William’s father’s day treat for George and Charlotte; Kate launches the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood . . .

ROYALTY, RADICALS AND A MOMENT OF MAJESTY The beauty of Carbis Bay in Cornwall provided the ideal backdrop for the G7 Summit and a royal presence both regal and radical.

THE BIRTH OF LILIBET DIANA Naming his second child Lilibet Diana was a tribute to Harry’s mother and grandmother, and raised hopes for a reconciliation with brother William.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES Kate opens the Urban Nature Project at the Natural History Museum; the Royal Family return to Royal Ascot race festival . . .

REDISCOVERING PRINCESS MARGARETA OF SWEDEN The story of Queen Victoria’s granddaughter who married the future King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden is retold in a new exhibition.

A MARRIAGE FOR THE UNION The importance of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s marriage to the monarchy and the nation was on display during their Scottish tour.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES Remembering the Duke of Edinburgh; Camilla celebrates 100 years of the Royal Academy of Dance; Prince Felix’s 37th birthday . . .

JORDAN’S CENTENARY OF NATIONHOOD The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan marks a century of nationhood as King Abdullah II and Queen Rania celebrated 28 years of marriage.

FOCUS: THE NEWS IN WORDS & PICTURES Princess Charlene’s conservation mission; the Duchess of Cambridge’s engagement with First Lady Jill Biden; Lady Louise takes the reins . . .


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