Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Princess Clotilde of Savoy adopted two sons from Kenya? Appartently

This is a lovely shock if it’s true.  Apparently, Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Princess Clotilde of Savoy adopted two sons from Kenya according to the photo site, Profimedia.cz and TRFs. Per Profimedia.cz: For Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Princess Clotilde of Savoy were, in the beginning of January, in Kenya.  Not for [on] holiday, but for… Read More Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Princess Clotilde of Savoy adopted two sons from Kenya? Appartently

Charlene Wittstock: Breakfast with the Future Princess of Monaco, A Charity Event: UPDATES

Yesterday, I reported that Miss Charlene Wittstock will be attending a charity event at the St. Johns Diocesan in South Africa.  Well, unfortunately, there is not much new information; however, here is a little news regarding the event. Miss Wittstock will be hosting the charity event come this Friday February 11, 2011.  As you know… Read More Charlene Wittstock: Breakfast with the Future Princess of Monaco, A Charity Event: UPDATES

Charlene Wittstock, the Midmar Mile, and A Lovely Charity Event in South Africa

On February 11, 2011, the future Princess of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock, will attend a charity event at the St. Johns Diocesan School PMB, in South Africa, whereupon the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Special Olympics.  This event is also in connection with the Midmar Mile race which she will take part… Read More Charlene Wittstock, the Midmar Mile, and A Lovely Charity Event in South Africa

Monarchy: The Royal House of Windsor (Series Four). A Documentary by the Awesome Historian Dr. David Starkey

Monarchy: The Royal House of Windsor (Series Four) is a brilliant documentary by the awesome, yet dry, Professor David Starkey. Any way, the series is available via Amazon and Border’s Books, but thankfully you won’t have to pay to watch it since it’s now available on You Tube. Click the links to watch the entire… Read More Monarchy: The Royal House of Windsor (Series Four). A Documentary by the Awesome Historian Dr. David Starkey