On June 18, 2011, Royal Ascot continued as thousands of people came out to enjoy a day at the races. Once again, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II along with the Duke of Edinburgh were in attendance. Per my usual statement, there are many photos for your viewing pleasure. Please click the links here, here, here, and here. To watch the… Read More Royal Ascot 2011: Day Five
So, there was another wedding that took place on planet Earth this afternoon, this time it was the Earl Spencer’s wedding. Charles decided to marry for the 900th time to Canadian-born Karen Gordon at Althorp castle in Northamptonshire, England. The ceremony was private and attended by only a few selected guests. According to the Daily… Read More The Earl Spencer (Diana, Princess of Wales’ brother) Married, Again, for the 900th Time This Afternoon
The French newspaper, France Soir, recently published an article about the future princess of Monaco: A young woman is very discreet. Walking in the streets of Monaco-Ville, the city’s most typical of the Principality, few people have ever seen Charlene Wittstock. Secret, the future sovereign princess of Monaco, who will marry 1 and July 2… Read More The Future Princess of Monaco… Yes, it’s Another Article.
Recently, Euronews journalist, Isabelle Kumar, met with the future princess of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock, and her fiancé, H.S.H. Prince Albert at the Palais Princier de Monaco for a lengthy interview. The interview is quite interesting so please click the link here to watch. The couple also chatted with the French network, France3, for an incredibly long… Read More Charlene Wittstock and H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco: The Six Minute Interview with Euronews and a Ten Hour Interview with France 3. Two Incredibly Long Interviews in French and English
Royal Ascot 2011 continued this afternoon in Ascot, Berkshire where the weather, though very cloudy, held up quite well. Again, there are many photos from today so please click the links here, here, and here. Finally, to watch a video of the royal procession please click the link here. Photo courtesy of: AP Photo/Alastair Grant