According to the British newspaper, Telegraph, His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales is scheduled to play beach volleyball with incredibly hot & sexy Brazilians — wearing extremely small bikinis and mankinis — whilst in Rio de Janeiro in March 2012.
Apparently, the volleyball game is a fun break for the prince who will be touring the country as apart of a trade envoy, organized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. To read more please click here.
According to a press release from the Imperial Household Agency His Imperial Majesty Emperor Akihito of Japan will have a coronary artery exam on February 11, 2012. AFP News is reporting the “… angiogram of his coronary arteries comes after the Emperor’s electrocardiogram showed a restricted blood flow to his heart.” The Emperor’s doctors also “…previously found traces of bleeding in the emperor’s stomach, partly due to stress.”
This will be the second time within a year that His Imperial Majesty underwent this examination. The Imperial Household Agency also noted that there will be “…no change in the Emperor’s official schedule. The Emperor will go on a retreat to his villa in the Kanagawa Prefecture with the Empress beginning on Thursday.”
On February 1, 2012, His Majesty King Albert II of Belgium met with Belgian Prime Minister, Elio de Rupo at Château de Laeken. What they spoke about it unknown; however, it is safe to say that it most likely has something to do with boring politics. 🙂
Meanwhile, Her Majesty Queen Paola of Belgium was in Halle where she visited Heldenhuis, a place where the youth can:
…find the bed, to have moments of relaxation by games or sports as well as to find emotional assistance and support. The objective is to reach as many youths as possible and give them opportunities in a home which offers comfort, protection, warmth and joy.
On February 1, 2012, Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco officially opened Le Foyer de l’Enfance Princesse Charlène (Princess Charlene Children’s Home) in Monaco. Alongside the princess were His Serene Highness Prince Albert II, the children’s home director, Mr. Patrick Serre as well as dozens of local dignitaries.
During the opening ceremony speeches were made then Princess Charlene unveiled a plaque which will be prominently displayed in the home alongside a painting of the princess by artist, Romero Britto.
According to the Palais Princier de Monaco the purpose of Le Foyer de l’Enfance Princesse Charlène:
…is to accommodate and protect children in danger who are subject to a Judicial Placement Measure. It is open 365 days a year and 24/7. [The home] represents a new step in the social policy of the Monégasque Government to further consideration of the needs of children in distress and their families in Monaco. source