King Harald and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the final of Men's Football Cup 2019

On December 8, 2019, King Harald V of Norway and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attended the final of the Norwegian mens's Football Cup 2019, played at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo. The final of the Norwegian men's football cup was played between Viking and FK Haugesund. The King and the Crown Princess presented a trophy to the teams. Viking won the match by 1-0.
King Harald, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Prime Minister Erna Solberg attend the cup final between Haugesund and Viking

Swedish Royal Family watched Nutcracker at the Royal Opera

Yesterday afternoon, King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle of Sweden visited the Royal Opera to watch a performance by the Royal Ballet. The Royal family watched Nutcracker of Pjotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, performed by the Royal Ballet, which is accompanied by the Royal Swedish Orchestra. After the performance, King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle met with all the actors on the stage. (Crown Princess Victoria wore a metallic floral print midi skirt by Baum Und Pferdgarten.)
Crown Princess Victoria wore Baum Und Pferdgarten Sashenka metallic midi skirt. Princess Estelle and Queen Silvia

Princess Charlene visited Dubai to support the Impi’s rugby team

Princess Charlene of Monaco attended 2019 Dubai Sevens rugby tournament played at the Sevens Stadium of Dubai, in order to support Monaco's Impis’ Team (which means warriors in Zulu). The visit took place between the dates of December 5 and December 7. The tournament, one of the world’s premier sporting events, is one of the rounds of the World Rugby Sevens Series, the annual international Rugby Sevens championship.
Princess Charlene wore a black dancing lady maxi wrap dress by South African fashion label Erre. Erre fashion studio

The Countess of Wessex hosted an afternoon tea at Buckingham

The Countess of Wessex hosted an Afternoon Tea at Buckingham Palace on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Scar Free Foundation. Scar Free Foundation is focused on advancing medical research in the areas of wound healing, burns and cleft lips. The Countess is the Patron of the Scar Free Foundation since 2002 and she opened the Foundation’s Centre for Conflict Wound Research at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, last November. The Duchess wore a wool knit dress by Azzedine Alaïa.
Countess of Wessex wore Azzedine Alaïa red wool blend lace flared knit dress. Conflict Wound Research at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Princess Catharina-Amalia Celebrates Her 16th Birthday

Today, Princess Catharina-Amalia celebrates her 16th birthday. Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria, the Princess of Orange, Princess of the Netherlands, is the eldest daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima. On the occasion of that birthday, Government Information Service (RVD) published a new photo of Princess Catharina-Amalia. The photo was taken by King Willem-Alexander, this autumn.
Catharina-Amalia, the Princess of Orange is the eldest daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima

Prince Albert and Princess Caroline visited 2019 Christmas Village

On December 6, 2019, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Caroline of Hanover attended the opening of "The Christmas village of Monaco 2019" at Hercule Harbour in Monaco. This year, Christmas Village celebrates its 20th anniversary and was set up with the theme "White Christmas" for 2019. The Christmas village has been organized by the Service Animation of the Mairie de Monaco since 1999. The Christmas village will be open to 5 January. The Christmas village has chalets selling crafts and offers regional food and drink specialities. There is also a traditional carousel, ice rink, kiddies' train ride, craft workshops, street entertainers and family shows.
The Christmas village of Monaco 2019 at Hercule Harbour. Max Mara Zimmermann leopard print denim coat in beige

Guillaume and Stephanie visited pop-up store of De Mains De Maitres association

On December 6, Friday, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie attended the opening of the new pop-up store of the Association De Mains De Maîtres, located on Grand-Rue Street in the center of Luxembourg. The Association De Mains de Maîtres Luxembourg is a non-profit organisation aiming to support and promote craftsmanship in Luxembourg. (On Friday morning, the Grand-Ducal Court announced that Guillaume and Stephanie are expecting their first child. The birth is scheduled for May. Here: Princess Stephanie is pregnant)
Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie are expecting their first child. Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie wore a cashmere cape

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa attended the Edward Steichen Awards Ceremony

On December 6, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa attended 2019 Edward Steichen Awards Ceremony held at Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM) in Luxembourg. The Edward Steichen Awards is a biennial incentive which supports emerging European talents in the field of contemporary art. This year, artist Mary-Audrey Ramirez won Edward Steichen Award Luxembourg. Artist Nora Wagner won the second award which is 'Edward Steichen Luxembourg Resident in New York' award.
Artists Mary-Audrey Ramirez and Nora Wagner won Edward Steichen Award. Grand Duchess Maria Teresa

Queen Margrethe attended the anniversary of the Anglo-Danish Society's Scholarship Programme

On December 4, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Anglo-Danish Society's Scholarship Programme, Queen Margrethe ll of Denmark attended the Gala Banquet at Drapers’ Hall in London. The anniversary event was also attended by The Duchess of Gloucester. The Society enjoys the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Margrethe. The Duchess of Gloucester is the Protector of the Scholarship Programme. The Society awarded its first scholarship in 1959 and continues to grant scholarships to British and Danish students for the purpose of post-graduate study or research.
Queen Elizabeth and Queen Margrethe at gala. Duchess of Gloucester is the Protector of the scholarship programme

Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf visited Van Gujjar Village

On the fifth and last day of their official visit to India, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia continued to make visits relating to environmental protection and biodiversity. The King and Queen visited Van Gujjar village in Jim Corbett National Park to discuss and learn about the group's traditional farming and animal husbandry. The King and Queen met with representatives of the Van Gujjar community, a former nomadic forest tribe. It is the only Muslim forest dwelling community in the country.
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia met with representatives of the Van Gujjar community, a former nomadic forest tribe
 
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