Happy New Year:))

Happy New Year
Happy New Year newmyroyals, my royal, Princess Charlene, Princess Victoria, Princess Mette Marit, happy
Saale Nao Mubbarak, Gelukkige nuwe jaar, Gezuar Vitin e Ri, Snorhavor Nor Tari, Kul ‘am wa antum bikhair, Sheta Brikhta, Yeni Iliniz Mubarek!,: Noki saal mubarrak bibi, Shuvo Nabo Barsho, Bloavezh Mat, ×åñòèòà Íîâà Ãîäèíà (pronounced “Chestita, Chhnam Tmei, FELIÇ ANY NOU, Nuo bazzor bekkunore, Xin Nian Kuai Le,: Pace e Salute, Sretna Nova godina!, Blwyddyn Newydd Dda, Stastný Novy rok (or Stastny Novy rok), Godt Nytar, Ufaaveri Aa Aharakah Edhen,: GELUKKIG NIEUWJAAR!, Kiortame pivdluaritlo, Felican Novan Jaron, Head uut aastat!, Wishing you all happy new year!, MELKAM ADDIS AMET YIHUNELIWO!,:R HUS HADUSH AMET, Bonne Annee, Bliadhna mhath ur,: Bo Nadal e Feliz Aninovo, Prosit Neujahr, GILOTSAVT AKHAL TSELS!, Kenourios Chronos, Nutan Varshbhinandan, Hauoli Makahiki Hou,L’Shannah Tovah, Naye Varsha Ki Shubhkamanyen, (Cantonese) Sun Leen Fai Lok, Boldog Uj Evet Kivanok, Selamat Tahun Baru, Sal -e- no mobarak, Sanah Jadidah, Bliain nua fe mhaise dhuit, Felice anno nuovo, Akimashite Omedetto Gozaimasu, Asegwas Amegaz, Hosa Varushadha Shubhashayagalu, SOMWAKA OMOYIA OMUYA, Snem Thymmai Basuk Iaphi, Sua Sdei tfnam tmei, Saehae Bock Mani ba deu sei yo!, NEWROZ PIROZBE, Laimigo Jauno Gadu!, Laimingu Naujuju Metu, Sabai dee pee mai, Srekjna Nova Godina,Tratry ny taona,Selamat Tahun Baru, Nveen Varshachy Shubhechcha, Puthuvatsara Aashamsakal,Kum Thar Chibai, Is-Sena t-Tajba, Nawa Barsha ko Shuvakamana, Godt Nyttar, Nua Barshara Subhechha, Nupela yia i go long yu, Masaganang Bayung Banua, Nawai Kall Mo Mubarak Shah, Sal -e- no mobarak, Manigong Bagong Taon!, Szczesliwego Nowego Roku, Feliz Ano Novo, Nave sal di mubarak, AN NOU FERICIT,S Novim Godom, Manuia le Tausaga Fou,: Sretna nova godina, Nayou Saal Mubbarak Hoje,: Subha Aluth Awrudhak Vewa, Nawan Saal Shala Mubarak Theevay, Stastny Novy rok, sreèno novo leto,Iyo Sanad Cusub Oo Fiican!,Feliz Ano ~Nuevo, Heri Za Mwaka Mpyaº, GOTT NYTT AR! /Gott nytt ar!, Warsa Enggal, Eniya Puthandu Nalvazhthukkal, Losar Tashi Delek, Noothana samvatsara shubhakankshalu, Sawadee Pee Mai, Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun, Shchastlyvoho Novoho Roku, Naya Saal Mubbarak Ho, Yangi Yil Bilan, Chuc Mung Tan Nien, Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!

Princess Estelle's First Ski

Mamber of Swedish Royal Family, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle on holiday in Cervinia, İtaly.
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle

Året i Kongehuset 2013

DR published their annual program Året i Kongehuset 2013 The Year with the Royal Family
DR published their annual program Året i Kongehuset 2013 The Year with the Royal Family

Princess Madeleine wears Tiffany Rose Dress in Blue

Princess Madeleine in Tiffany Rose
Swedish Princess Madeleine wore Tiffany Rose Lace Dress in blue

Året Med Kongefamilien 2013

NRK publish their annual program Året med kongefamilien 2013 (The Year with the Royal Family, Queen Sonja, King Harald, Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit).You can watch it here:nrk
Queen Sonja, King Harald, Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit

Lady Loe Windsor wore Alice Temperley Girls Woven Trench Coat

Lady Louise Windsor and Somerset by Alice Temperley Girls' Woven Trench Coat
 Lady Louise Windsor

Catherine ,Duchess of Cambridge in Alexander McQueen

Catherine ,Duchess of Cambridge in Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen - Sytle - Fashion

Lady Louise Windsor wears Pale Cloud Coat

Lady Louise Windsor in Pale Cloud
Lady Louise Windsor wears Pale  Cloud Coat, Style of Lady Louse, Countess Sophie of Wessex

Sofia Hellqvist wore Tadashi Shoji Lace Dress

Sofia Hellqvist in Tadashi Shoji
Swedish Sofia Hellqvist wore Tadashi Shoji lace dress. Style of Sofia Hellqvist

British Royal Family Attend Christmas Day Service at Sandringham

Members of the British Royal Family attended two  Christmas Day service at Sandringham in King's Lynn, England.
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service
Members of the British Royal Family, Kate Middleton, Duchess Sophie, Queen Elizabeth attended two Christmas Day service

Queen Elizabeth 's Christmas Message

Queen Elizabeth 's Christmas Message
Queen Elizabeth looks back on jubilee year and birth of Prince George, and calls on nation to take time to reflect

First Christmas speech of King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands

First Christmas speech of King Willem-Alexander. In his first Christmas address King Willem-Alexander used his forum to speak about human relationships. He described Christmas as "a time for reflection on our existence." The King said Christmas reminds us of personal losses, referring to the loss of his brother Friso earlier this year, "for those who lost a loved one, the pain feels more intense during these days.
First Christmas speech of King Willem - Alexander
Christmas Speech by His Majesty the King, 25 December 2013

In the rush of daily life, so often focused on the here and now, Christmas provides a point of rest, a moment to reflect on our lives and on our relationships with others, both close by and far away.

Christmas is a festival of light, yet it is also the time we are most reminded of personal loss and sadness. For those who have lost a loved one, this is when grief becomes all the sharper.

The feeling of being part of a larger community of family and friends can provide solace and strength. The support they provide, often silent and behind the scenes, makes us thankful.

Princess Margriet and Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven have given that support to my mother for 33 years. In addition to their own duties, my aunt and uncle have tirelessly served the monarchy, in good times and bad. They have earned a special thank you.

Over the past year, great demands have been placed on the resolve and resilience of large sections of the Dutch population. Many people are concerned about their jobs and their income. They feel at the mercy of social forces beyond their control.

Those who lose their jobs or livelihoods, who cannot find employment or are no longer able to work, lose more than financial security alone. Our work is part of who we are. It helps to define our image of ourselves and of our place in society and the world. Having a job provides us with social contacts and gives us a sense of being appreciated. People share a need for recognition and understanding, not just at Christmas, but throughout the year.

Our relationships with others, especially those closest to us - relatives, friends and colleagues at work - play a crucial part in our lives. 'People are people through other people', as an African proverb goes. That is why many seek the company of loved ones at Christmas. But not everyone has that option.

Hundreds of thousands of Dutch people arenotat home today celebrating Christmas. Instead they are serving the public interest, in hospitals, utility companies, the transport sector, the police force or, further from home, at sea or in distant countries, working to promote peace and security. They all deserve our support.

Hundreds of thousands of people in the Netherlands will be alone at Christmas. For some, this is a conscious, positive choice. After all, 'alone' is not the same as 'lonely'. For many, however, their isolation is not self-imposed. It is due to their lack of family or loss of contacts. Thrown back on themselves, they often hanker for an outstretched hand or a listening ear.

However isolated people are, deep down the hope of contact and appreciation remains. This yearning is never extinguished.

Christmas is a time when we celebrate the promise of 'peace on earth, goodwill to all men'. But singing those words as an expression of personal belief may go hand in hand with a feeling of unease. The world is so big, problems so intractable and interests so opposed. And human suffering is often appalling. Communities are torn apart by natural disasters. We see images of people in improvised refugee camps, fleeing famine and terror. We hear words of hate being passed down from generation to generation, so that attempts at reconciliation seem doomed to failure.

All these events seem too vast for us to influence, and can make us feel powerless.

And yet …. 'peace on earth' is more than an unattainable ideal. More than a star in the heavens.

Peace on earth starts very nearby. At home. In your street, community or club. In your own village, town or city.

Everyone can foster that peace by seeking to connect with others, in his or her own way. That can take courage and a willingness to conquer one's inhibitions. Sometimes resistance has to be overcome. But overcoming resistance gives more satisfaction than just going aimlessly with the flow.

Last year, as in previous years, my wife and I had the privilege of meeting many people who actively seek to connect with others. Carers and volunteers. Foster parents who welcome children in need into their homes. Buddies who are there for people who are seriously ill. Innovative entrepreneurs who demonstrate a strong sense of corporate responsibility. Local residents who don't just wait for things to be done, but get together to find ways of improving their neighbourhood. Not forgetting doctors, emergency and aid workers, and soldiers who try to relieve the suffering of others in very concrete ways, far from home and under the most difficult circumstances.

They all seek to connect, from their personal conviction that a better future is possible.

And for many people that is the inspiring message of the Nativity story, passed down from generation to generation. The baby in the manger rekindles hope of a new beginning. The Christmas tidings convey a message of hope and light when all is dark. It is that there is a meaning to life, that there is a meaning to 'us'. It is a message that inspires people, whatever their beliefs or convictions.

By connecting, people can generate enough strength to move mountains. Something of that shared strength could be felt on 30 April this year. For many, including me, it was an unforgettable experience. That collective spirit bodes well for the year to come. There is a lot of rewarding work for us to do.

I wish you all - wherever you are and whatever your personal circumstances - a blessed Christmas.

King Carl Gustaf's Christmas Speech

King Carl Gustaf's Christmas Speech
King Carl Gustaf's Christmas Speech

Christmas Message from King Juan Carlos

Christmas Message from King Juan Carlos
Christmas Message from King Juan Carlos

Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid

Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid
Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid
Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid
Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid
Princess Letizia shopping in Madrid
source(diezminutos es)

First Christmas speech of King Philippe of Belgium

First Christmas speech of King Philippe of Belgium
First Christmas speech of King Philippe of Belgium

Program about Queen Silvia's 70th Birthday Celebrations

You can watch the concert  given  on 19 December for  Queen Silvia's 70th birthday
You can watch the concert  given  on 19 December for  Queen Silvia's 70th birthday


Crown Princess Victoria's By Malene Birger Coat,Shoes and Belt

Crown Princess Victoria's By Malene Birger Coat,Shoes and Belt

Crown Princess Victoria's By Malene Birger Coat,Shoes and Belt

Princess Madeleine wore Tiffany Rose Lace Maternity Dress

Princess Madeleine in Tiffany Rose
Princess Madeleine wears Tiffany Rose Amelia Lace Maternity Dress Long in Windsor Blue
You can find Princess Madeline's dress from here:tiffanyrose

Peter Phillips and his family

20 December: Peter Phillips and his family attended  the Christmas Meeting at Ascot Racecourse in Ascot.(more photos)
source(huffingtonpost.com ,hellomagazine com)

The Earl and Countess of Wessex

Yesterday: Prince Edward and his family  attended the Christmas Meeting at Ascot Racecourse in Ascot .
source(hellomagazine com)
 
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