He’s back! Yup, your favorite faux prince from Germany, now living a cheesy yet slightly luxurious life at Château du Bel Air in California, is talking to the press… again.
Anyway, Frederic recently spoke to the newspaper, NY Post, about his wife, actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, and her leg which was amputated over a year and a half ago. Apparently, the poor dear had no idea that it was gone… until recently:
“She found out about it when she told me to sit her up, and she saw it. She couldn’t feel it because [one] hand is paralyzed and [one] hand was too short to go on it…
Later she said, ‘There is something missing.’ I also didn’t tell [Zsa Zsa] that her dear friend Phyllis Diller died last month… I don’t want to give bad news to my wife.”
And, finally, the faux prince recently sat down with the German television network, ZDF, for an interview/lifestyle segment thingy. Click here to watch.
On September 19, 2012, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal was at Belwade Farm Rescue in Scotland to open a new indoor arena and visitor center as well as to unveil a new plaque. The Belwade Farm Rescue is a center which rescues neglected and abused horses.
Also on today’s agenda for the princess was a visit to the HMS Queen Elizabeth, which is “…currently under construction at Rosyth Dockyard…” and a visit to the Scottish School of Forestry at Inverness College.
For more information about Belwade Farm Rescue, or if you are interested in visiting BFR for a day please visit their official website here.
On September 19, 2012, His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain held an audience at the Palacio Real de Madrid with members of the Regimiento de Caballería Acorazado “Alcántara” 10, “… on the occasion of the award of the Distinguished Cross Collective of San Fernando Hunters Regiment “Alcántara” 14th Cavalry.”
Meanwhile at the Bilbao Exhibition Center in Bilbao, His Royal Highness Prince Felipe of Asturias attended the opening of the 6th Annual BioSpain Forum.
BioSpain is a “… forum for the exchange of knowledge, ideas and experiences among all stakeholders in the biotechnology sector, which has become a major platform for presenting Spanish biotechnology internationally.”
“… founded in 1999 as a branch of the University of Leiden and become a university institute in the center of Den Haag. The campus facilities include the Public Administration Studies, International Studies, Political Science and is the location where the Leiden University College Den Haag (Liberal Arts & Sciences: Global Challenges) is established. In addition, the campus provides education and training for professionals, such as the National Traineeship and Diplomats classroom.
The campus is working with organizations in Den Haag through debates and conferences and the deployment of politicians, civil servants, diplomats and entrepreneurs in education.
The new building has a Living Lab, a practice environment in which students, teachers and researchers to collaborate and build a network with international organizations, companies, research institutions and public authorities.”
On September 17, 2012, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monacoalong with Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover, and her daughter, Charlotte Casriaghi, were at the Salle Garnier in Monte-Carlo to watch legendary singer, Patti Smith, perform.
During the concert Ms. Smith peformed songs from her new album/CD Banga which were “…inspired by her dreams and reflections, and depict a complex world, a world where beauty and chaos reign.”