Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was at Windsor Castle on Sunday, April 29, 2012, where she met “600 youngsters from the
the Annual Scouting Review” and faux Survivalist, Bear Grylls.
According to AFP news, His Serene Highness Hereditary Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein and his family vowed to quit their princely duties, “…if Liechtenstein passes a referendum eliminating the prince’s veto, a power enshrined in the constitution.”
Last month the prince stated:
The royal family is not willing to undertake its political responsibilities unless the prince… has the necessary tools at his disposal… But if the people are no longer open to that, then the royal family will not want to undertake its political responsibilities and will completely withdraw from political life.
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Source: AFP News
The two-day event, organized by the Societe Canine de Monaco, was also attended by Baroness Elizabeth-Anne de Massy, Melanie-Antoinette de Massy, and the princess’s brother, Mr. Gareth Wittstock.
According to the newspaper, Monaco Matin, the baroness “resumed” the L’Exposition Canine Internationale de Monaco in honor of her late mother, Princess Antoinette, and her grandmother Princess Charlotte:
My mother was quite passionate about dogs, but unfortunately in recent years she participated less and less for health reason.
Today, I believe that the event is truly in need of the young. The objective is to revive this event to a high level internationally as it once was…
Source and old photo courtesy of: Monaco Matin