Dutch Queen Maxima visited Red Cross volunteers in Loenen

On March 31, 2020, Queen Máxima paid a working visit to the Red Cross (Rode Kruis) in Loenen. The Queen met with volunteers who work for the elderly and vulnerable people, who collect protective equipment and medical devices and who help healthcare institutions. The visit took place in the context of the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).
Queen Maxima wore Saint Laurent Houndstooth cape, Natan top and trousers and carries Susan Gail bamboo bag

Norwegian Crown Prince family shared new photos

On their official Instagram account, Norwegian Crown Prince family shared a few new photos taken at Skaugum, their family residence in Asker. In the message added to the photos, the family greeted all students, teachers and parents doing homeschooling work. The photos were taken by Princess Ingrid Alexandra.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, Crown Prince Haakon, Prince Sverre Magnus eat Tex-Mex dish Chili con Carne

Crown Princess Victoria visited Stockholm City Mission

On March 30, Swedish Crown Princess Victoria assisted Food4Heroes at Stockholm City Mission (Stockholm Stadsmission) and helped to prepare lunch boxes. Food4Heroes provides daily deliveries of free food boxes to health personnels and non-profit organizations. Prince Daniel is a supporter of Food4Heroes. Crown Princess Victoria has been patron of the Stockholm City Mission since 2010.
Food4Heroes provides daily deliveries of free food boxes to health personnels and non-profit organizations

Queen Letizia and King Felipe held a video conference with Red Cross

On March 30, 2020, King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain attended a video conference with the members of the Spanish Red Cross (Cruz Roja Espanola), at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid, Spain. During the video conference, the King and Queen received information about the #CruzRojaResponde (Red Cross Responds) project, which aims to help 1.3 million people.
King and Queen received detailed information about the #CruzRojaResponde (Red Cross Responds) project

The Prince of Wales has recovered from the COVID-19

The Prince of Wales has recovered from coronavirus, and is now out of isolation, according to Clarence House, the Prince of Wales' official residence. The Prince spent seven days self-isolating in Scotland after testing positive and displaying mild symptoms. The Prince tested positive for the highly contagious disease last week, becoming the first member of the British royal family to be struck down by it. Charles spent his seven days of quarantine at his Birkhall home on the royal Balmoral estate.
Prince Charles has recovered from coronavirus, and is now out of isolation, according to Clarence House

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved from Canada to Los Angeles. The Duchess of Sussex was born and grew up in Los Angeles and her mother, Doria Ragland lives there. This week, Meghan’s long-rumored Disney documentary about elephants was officially confirmed. On Thursday, Disney announced that "Elephant," narrated by the duchess, will start to be broadcasted on April 3 on Disney. On Twitter on Sunday, President Donald Trump made a statement that the U.S. won't be paying for the security protection of The Duke and Duchess during their stay in the U.S. Trump's statement came after it was reported that the couple has arrived in Los Angeles.
Meghan Markle’s long-rumored Disney documentary about elephants was officially confirmed. President Donald Trump

Kensington Palace released new photos of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently working from home. On its Instagram page, Kensington Palace released two new photos of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showing them working. In the message added to the photos, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge call on people to take care of their mental health.
Kate Middleton wore Marks & Spencer blazer and trousers. The Duchess talked Paul Farmer and Catherine Roche

Danish Crown Prince Family Has Sent A Television Greeting

The program ”Denmark stands together” is broadcasted on TV2, where Danes from all over the country speak about the special situation that the society is currently in, because of the corona pandemic. In connection with that TV program, Danish Crown Prince family got together to send a television greeting to all those who make a special effort during this difficult time. (VIDEO)
Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine

Queen Maxima visited Zuidbaak plant nursery in Honselaarsdijk

On March 27, 2020, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands paid a working visit to the Zuidbaak plant nursery in Honselersdijk. The demand for products from the horticultural sector has almost completely disappeared since the outbreak of the coronavirus. During the visit, Queen Maxima spoke about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic for Dutch growers, their employees and their environment and about possible measures that may be taken in the medium and long term.
Claes Iversen couture women suits. Queen Maxima wore a camel belted blazer and wide leg trousers by Claes Iversen

King Felipe and Queen Letizia contacted CERMI and CARITAS

Today, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain contacted two social organizations via video conference. The King and Queen of Spain first held a video conference with management teams of the Spanish Committee of Representatives of Persons with Disabilities (CERMI). King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia then held a video conference with executives of CARITAS Spain, which is the Catholic Church's official organization in Spain for charity and social relief.
CARITAS Spain, which is the Catholic Church's organization in Spain. Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss crew-neck sweater

Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia visited ICA Kvantum Värtan

This morning, before all other customers arrive, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden visited Ica Kvantum in Värtahamnen. Like many other grocery stores, the store is only open between 07.00-08.00 o'clock for those people who are in the risk group. The old people are at risk and many important efforts are being made in Sweden to protect them from being infected by Covid-19. The Prince and Princess made the visit to greet the elderly from a reasonable distance.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia visited Ica Kvantum in Värtahamnen. yellow wool coat. infected by Covid-19

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia held a video conference

Yesterday, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain held a video conference with Mercadona's President Juan Roig and Mercadona's executive team. Mercadona is one of the leading physical supermarket and online shopping companies in Spain. In the video conference, the situation of the distribution sector, which has been active since the declaration of the state of alert for the coronavirus pandemic, was addressed.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia held a video conference with Mercadona's President Juan Roig for the coronavirus pandemic

Cambridge Kids applauded staff of the National Health Service

Yesterday evening at 8 p.m., people across the United Kingdom applauded from their gardens, their windows, their balconies, and their front doors for the National Health Service’s #clapforcarers movement. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis took part in the applause too.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis took part in the applause too. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kate Middleton

The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children took part in the applause for NHS staff

The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn took part in the applause for National Health Service (NHS) staff along with the rest of the UK on Thursday evening. A related video was shared on the royal family's Instagram account.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn
 
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