In this week’s episode of Blauw Bloed host Jereon Snel has an exclusive interview with Princess Anita of Orange-Nassau. Plus, all the latest royal news from this past week.
On November 20, 2011, T.R.H.s Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary continued their official visit to Sydney, Australia. After visiting the famous Sculpture by the Sea exhibition and a stop by the Curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen exhibition project held at the Customs Houses, it was time for a good old fashion Aussie BBQ.
The royal couple, along with their business delegation as well as Australian business representatives, attended a BBQ held at the Royal Australian Navy’s Garden Island base where they dined on “…Tasmanian scallops, lamb and mint sausages, king prawns, Sydney rock oysters, barramundi, marinated Atlantic salmon, King Island beef eye fillet and pavlova with King Island cream.”
Later in the afternoon, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary participated in a meeting with the Australian Governor-General at Admiralty House.
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Sources: Herald Sun and Sky News Australia
Photo courtesy of: Zimbio/Pool
On November 20, 2011, T.S.H.s Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 12th Annual No Finish Line charity race. This eight day race raises money for youth in need:
Every kilometre completed, either by running or walking, means 1 euro donated to the nominated charities which include the Cardio-Thorasic Centre in Monaco, Fight AIDS Monaco, Hospital Cheick Zaied in Mauritius and the construction of a new school in Segou in Mali.
This year’s winner of the No Finish Line charity race went to Mr. William Siechel of Scotland.
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Source and photo courtesy of: Daylife/V.Hache