Grand Duchess Maria Teresa presented the Stephane Bern Foundation's awards

On January 16, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa attended the Stephane Bern Foundation's 2018 awards ceremony, held at Institut de France in Paris. The history prize was given to Loris Chavanette for his book “Quatre-vingt-quinze, La Terreur en procès”. A heritage prize was meanwhile awarded to the association “Les Chemins du Mont Saint-Michel”. The prize-giving was held in the presence of First Lady Brigitte Macron.
Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and First Lady Brigitte Macron attended award ceremony at Institut de France

Queen Mathilde and King Philippe hosted a New Year reception for SHAPE Officers

On January 17, 2019, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hosted a New Year reception for the Permanent Representatives on the North Atlantic Council, the members of the International Secretariat and the Military Representatives to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) officers. The reception was held at the Royal Palace in Brussels.
Queen Mathilde wore Natan silk print dress. Queen Mathilde wore a red silk midi dress by Natan. gold earrings

Queen Letizia attended the board meeting of FEDER

On January 17, 2019, Queen Letizia of Spain attended the board meeting of FEDER (Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases - Federacion Espanola de Enfermedades Raras) at Feder headquarters in Madrid. The Queen received information about achievements of FEDER in research in 2018 and activites of this year. (The Queen wore a collarless tweed jacket by Hugo Boss, which she had worn a couple of times in the past).
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Keili Collarless Tweed Jacket, and Queen Letizia carried Hugo Boss fanila clutch

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s 'Totem'

On January 16, 2019, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the London premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s 'Totem' at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Their attendance is for a charity gala supporting Sentebale, Prince Harry's organization supporting children affected by HIV in Lesotho, Botswana, and Malawi. (The Duchess of Sussex wore a Roland Mouret sequined gown for the evening, paired with a Givenchy satin clutch, black heels, and one of Princess Diana's gold cuff bracelets).
Meghan Markle wore Roland Mouret sequined gown,  Stuart Weitzman pumps, Princess Diana's bracelets

The Funeral of Count Philippe de Lannoy in Hainaut

The funeral of Count Philippe de Lannoy, the father of Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie, took place on January 16, at Frasnes-Lez-Anvaing church in Hainaut, Belgium. Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Grand Duke Henri, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie, Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra, Prince Guillaume and Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg, and Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria attended the funeral service held at the church of Anvaing. Count Philippe de Lannoy died on 10 January 2019 at the age of 96.
Queen Mathilde, Grand Duke Henri, Prince Guillaume, Princess Stephanie, Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra and Princess Sibilla

Dutch Royals held a New Year's reception for foreign diplomats

On January 16, 2019, Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima hosted traditional New Year reception for foreign diplomats and representatives of international organisations based in the Netherlands. The reception was held at Amsterdam Royal Palace. Princess Beatrix, Princess Margriet and Prof. Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven were present at the reception.
Queen Maxima wore Natan dressKing Willem-Alexander, Princess Beatrix and Princess Margriet at Amsterdam Royal Palace

The Duchess of Sussex visited the Mayhew in London

On January 16, 2019, The Duchess of Sussex visited the Mayhew - a grassroots charity working in a unique way to improve the lives of animals and people to better communities both in London and internationally. Mayhew, which was founded 130 years ago, aims to "promote animal welfare by delivering a broad range of community-based veterinary, care and education services in the UK and overseas." The Duchess became the new patron of Mayhew. (The Duchess wore a beige coat by Emporio Armani, and a turtleneck dress by H&M's maternity line, Mama.)
Meghan Markle wore Emporio Armani coat, and H&M Mama fine-knit dress, Paul Andrew pumps and carrie Stella McCartney bag

The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal Opera House

On January 16, 2019, The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal Opera House’s Costume Department to learn more information about the textiles they use to create costumes. The Royal Opera House creates and conserves thousands of opera and ballet costumes per season – with up to 600 costumes used in each production on stage. (The Duchess wore a burgundy skirt suit by Oscar de la Renta)
Kate Middleton wore Oscar de la Renta pleated jacket and skirt, Rupert Sanderson Nada pumps, she carried Aspinal of London mayfair bag

Crown Princess Victoria visited Helsingborg Municipality

On January 16, 2019, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visited Helsingborg Municipality in order to get information on the city's sustainable developement. Helsingborg in southern Sweden has been ranked Sweden's the most environmentally friendly municipality for twice in a row. The Crown Princess also visited NSR and Vera industrial Park. The Crown Princess is one of 17 ambassadors who were appointed to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Advocacy Group.
Crown Princess Victoria wore GANT Vertical Striped Bow Blouse and Dagmar jacket

Princess Benedikte visited Xellia Company in Copenhagen

As the Patron of SOS Children's Villages, Danish Princess Benedikte visited Xellia Pharmaceuticals ApS Company in Copenhagen on January 14, 2019. Xellia Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on providing clinically effective anti-infective treatments against. Xellia Pharmaceuticals has been supporting SOS Children’s Villages, an independent social development organization founded in 1949 to help children in the aftermath of World War II.
Xellia Pharmaceuticals ApS Company has been supporting SOS Children’s Villages. Princess Benedikte of Denmark

Queen Silvia visited Cape Town and George in South Africa

Queen Silvia of Sweden is making a working visit to South Africa between the dates of January 14-16 to see on site the social projects initiated by World Childhood Foundation. The Queen visited Philisa Abafazi Bethu in Lavender Hill. Philisa Abafazi Bethu (PAB) offers a safe refuge for women and children in Lavender Hill. The Queen visited also Project Playground, and met with Frida Vesterberg, the Director of the activity in South Africa. Project Playground is a Swedish non profit organization founded in 2010 which works for enhancing the chances of children and young people.
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited Philisa Abafazi Bethu in Lavender Hill and Project Playground

Dutch Royals hosted 2019 New Year reception for Dutch guests

On January 15, 2019, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima hosted traditional New Year reception at Amsterdam Royal Palace. Politicians, government executives and guests from various sectors of Dutch community attended the reception. Especially Dutch representatives of manufacturing industry were invited to this year's reception. Princess Beatrix, Princess Margriet and Prof. Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven were present at the reception. A traditional new year reception will be held for foreign diplomats in the Netherlands and representatives of international organizations on January 16, Wednesday. (The Queen wore a ruffle silk satin midi dress by Saloni)
The Queen wore a ruffle silk satin midi dress by Saloni. Queen Maxima wore Saloni Isa Ruffle Dress. Princess Beatrix

The King and Queen of Belgium held a New Year's reception at Royal Palace

On January 2019, 15, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium held the annual New Year's reception for the foreign diplomats and chiefs of mission (ambassadors and consuls), accredited to Belgium at the Royal Palace in Brussels.
Queen Mathilde in a Natan dress at the New Year's reception for the heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Belgium

The Duchess of Cambridge visited King Henry’s Walk Garden

On January 15, 2019, The Duchess of Cambridge visited the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington to see how the project brings people together through gardening and food growing. King Henry’s Walk Garden is an award-winning green space in the Mildmay ward of Islington, created by the local community, for the local community. The Duchess then took part in a winter planting workshop, bird box building and pizza making in the garden’s kitchen area. (The Duchess wore a tweed jacket by Dubarry).
Kate Middleton wore Dubarry jacket, See By Chloe ankle boots, KIKI McDonough Lauren gold diamond pave leaf earrings

Emperor and Empress visited 'Rubens and the Birth of the Baroque' exhibition

On January 14, 2019, Japan's Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko visited the "Rubens and the Birth of the Baroque" exhibition held at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition brings together a selection of Rubens’ works, including “Portrait of Clara Serena Rubens” and “The Discovery of the Infant Erichthonius,” with ancient, 16 to 18th-century Italian pieces.
Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko visited the Rubens and the Birth of the Baroque exhibition at National Museum
 
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