Queen Rania in New York for Post-2015 Millennium meeting

Queen Rania of Jordan attended a meeting about the High-level Panel Report on Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) at UN headquarters in New York. Queen Rania attended yesterday in New York the official handover to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon of the panel's final report on its recommendations for the world’s next development agenda.
Queen Rania of Jordan attended a meeting about the High-level Panel Report on Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals
The report sets out a “universal agenda to eradicate extreme poverty from the face of the earth by 2030, and deliver on the promise of sustainable development,” the panel said in a statement issued in New York. The report calls upon the world to rally around a new Global Partnership that “offers hope and a role to every person in the world.”

In August 2012, the U.N. chief selected 26 members, including Her Majesty, to advise on the global development agenda beyond 2015, the target date for the expiry of the current set of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Queen Rania is one of two members representing the Arab World on the panel whose selection was in recognition of her efforts in the education, humanitarian and development fields.


Queen Elizabeth Visits Woolwich Barracks

Queen Elizabeth visit to The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery unit at Woolwich Barracks in Woolwich.
Queen Elizabeth visit to The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery unit at Woolwich Barracks in Woolwich
Queen Elizabeth visit to The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery unit at Woolwich Barracks in Woolwich
Queen Elizabeth visit to The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery unit at Woolwich Barracks in Woolwich
Queen Elizabeth visit to The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery unit at Woolwich Barracks in Woolwich

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene at the Ambassadors Club

 Yesterday : Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended the 40th anniversary celebrations of the Ambassadors Club in Monaco and the induction of Louisette Levy-Soussan Azzoaglio as a Monaco Goodwill Ambassador.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended the 40th anniversary celebrations of the Ambassadors Club in Monaco

Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended the opera L'Elisir d'Amore

Crown Prince Felipe and Crown Princess Letizia attended 'L'Elisir d'Amore' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. On May 30, 2013, Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Spain attended the opera 'L'Elisir d'Amore' by Gaetano Donizetti at Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona, Spain.
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended 'L'Elisir d'Amore' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended 'L'Elisir d'Amore' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended 'L'Elisir d'Amore' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended 'L'Elisir d'Amore' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene at Fête Dieu in the courtyard

 Prince Albert and Princess Charlene attended the procession of the Fête Dieu in the courtyard of the Palais Princier.
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the procession of the Fête Dieu in the courtyard of the Palais Princier

Crown Princess Mathilde and Queen Fabiola at Piano Competition 2013 finals

Queen Fabiola of Belgium, Crown Princess Mathilde of Belgium and Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein attended a session of the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition 2013 finals in Brussels.
Queen Fabiola, Crown Princess Mathilde and Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein
Queen Fabiola, Crown Princess Mathilde and Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein
Queen Fabiola, Crown Princess Mathilde and Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein
The second edition of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition, then known as Eugène Ysaÿe Competition, took place in Brussels from May 15 - May 31, 1938, and was the inaugural edition of its piano competition. It was won by Emil Gilels, whose sister Elizabeth had been awarded the 6th prize the previous year. Jean Absil composed his Piano Concerto op.30 for the competition. A third edition devoted to orchestral conducting was scheduled for the following year, but due to the outbreak of World War II the competition's third edition didn't take place until 1951. Eventually, no conducting competition has taken place to date.

Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh Host a Garden Party

Members of the British Royal Family attended a garden party held at Buckingham Palace in London.

Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party
Queen Elizabeth - Garden Party

Danish Royal Family attended Count Christian of Rosenborg' funeral

29 May 2018, Members of the Danish Royal Family, Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg. (Count Christian of Rosenborg (Christian Frederik Franz Knud Harald Carl Oluf Gustav Georg Erik; 22 October 1942 – 21 May 2013) was a member of the Danish royal family.)
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
Born Prince Christian to Denmark, he was high in the line of succession until the constitution was changed in 1953 to allow females to inherit the crown, placing his branch of the dynasty behind that of his cousin Margrethe and her two younger sisters. He later gave up his princely rank and his rights to the throne in order to marry a commoner.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
From the death of his grandfather in 1947, Christian stood only behind his father and elder brother Prince Ingolf in the order of hereditary succession to the throne, with only future children of Ingolf possibly taking a place ahead of him. His father Prince Knud was then the heir presumptive, due to succeed Christian's uncle King Frederick IX, who had three daughters but no sons.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
In 1953, the Constitution of Denmark was amended to allow cognatic primogeniture. The new law made thirteen-year-old Princess Margrethe the new heiress presumptive, placing her and her two sisters before Prince Knud and his family in the succession. Christian was thus relegated to sixth in the line of succession to the Danish throne, but more importantly, he then ranked behind Margrethe and others who were likely to have dynastic children of their own (as has, in fact, happened). The princess became Queen Margrethe II in 1972 and is still reigning. Christian's place in the line of succession, if he had been still eligible, would have been no higher than thirteenth in 2013.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
In 1971, now with little hope of ascending the throne, Christian chose to forfeit his right of succession to the throne by marrying without having received the royal assent of the monarch in the Council of State, as his brother Ingolf had done three years previously.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
The king's permission to marry was not sought because it was expected to be denied, since Christian's fiancée was an untitled commoner. Though Frederick IX had liberalized traditional practice by allowing royal spouses who were not themselves royal, but who claimed noble blood and were known by courtesy titles (Anne Bowes-Lyon was the granddaughter of an earl, first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, and through her first marriage to the son of an earl bore the title of Viscountess; Henri de Laborde de Monpezat used the title of Count, though his family's claim to nobility was later acknowledged to be flawed), it would not be until 1995 that Margrethe II would allow her children to marry commoners with neither title nor claim to noble blood. Christian was given the title Count of Rosenborg and the style of Your Excellency, as was customary in the twentieth century for Danish princes who renounced or forfeited their dynastic rights.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
Prior to his elder son's wedding in 1968, Prince Knud sought to convince his brother that Ingolf should be allowed to retain his royal title after his non-dynastic marriage, a privilege which might have been subsequently extended to Christian. But the king refused, on the grounds that other males of the dynasty, who had been demoted to Counts of Rosenborg upon marriage, might try to re-claim their royal rank if Ingolf were allowed to do so despite his marrying a commoner as they had done. So, in 1971, Christian renounced his rights to the throne and took the title Count of Rosenborg.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
Count Christian took part in some major public events associated with the royal family, in 2004, he and Countess Anne Dorte attended the wedding on 14 May 2004 of Crown Prince Frederik at Copenhagen Cathedral, Copenhagen and the subsequent reception at Fredensborg Palace.They also attended the Memorial Service in honour of Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia held on 22 September 2006.They were included in the official guest-list as members of the Danish Royal Family when they attended the luncheon to celebrate the 75th birthday of Prince Henrik at Fredensborg Palace on 11 June 2009; and the ruby jubilee celebrations for Queen Margrethe.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg
A number of members of the Danish royal family, led by Queen Margrethe, attended Count Christian's funeral, held at Lyngby Church on 29 May 2013. His wife Countess Anne Dorte of Rosenborg died just 7 months later on 2 January 2014 in Copenhagen.
Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the funeral of the Count Christian of Rosenborg

Crown Princess Mathilde attended the presentation of Unicef report

Crown Princess Mathilde attended the presentation of a UNICEF report about the situation of children worldwide. Crown Princess Mathilde attended a meeting on 'Women Empowerment: The Intersection of Power and Agency and Economic Advancement' in Brussels
Crown Princess Mathilde attended a meeting on 'Women Empowerment

Crown Princess Mary and Princess Mabel in Malaysia

Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark in Malaysia to attend the Women Deliver Conference
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Princess Mabel of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Women Deliver is well-known for hosting global conferences that bring together people from across a multitude of sectors, issues, and cultures. Held every three years, Women Deliver conferences are fueling stations where organizations and individuals leave re-energized, knowledgeable, connected, and challenged to think outside the box.

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit Gelderland and Utrecht

On May 28, 2013, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen. The King and Queen visit Duiven, Arnhem, Oosterbeek and Wageningen.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visit the province of Gelderland during their tour through the Netherlands as new King and Queen
 
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