Here is the interesting 2008 documentary about Farah Pahlavi entitled, The Queen and I.
Nefertiti stands for one of ancient Egypt most famous rulers but details of her rule and life remain mostly unknown. After her death all traces of her rule have been removed and destroyed. However, it was impossible to destroy the legend of the queen that is considered to be the one of the most beautiful women in the world of all times…
Here are some great programs regarding Egypt’s Pharaohs.
Here is this week’s edition of the Dutch program, Blauw Bloed. Click the video icon below where it says, Prinses Maxima Reikt Cultuurprijs Uit.
Recently, Mr. Christopher O’Neill was out and about in New York City walking Princess Madeleine’s dog, Zorro, and generally enjoying his day. When Mr. O’Neill noticed that someone was snapping photos of him he decided he had enough. So, he gave the photographer the Happy Finger. Can’t say I blame him.
And, finally, it was announced last month that Mr. O’Neill will not be attending the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm on December 10, 2012. The reason: He’s too busy with work. Nevertheless, Princess Madeleine will attend alongside Their Majesties King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, Their Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel and His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip.
On Friday, His Royal Highness Prince Felipe of Asturias attended a gala dinner in honor of Felipe Calderón, the out-going President of Mexico.
Despite massive protests, on Saturday, December 1, 2012, the future king of Spain witnessed Mr. Enrique Peña Nieto sworn in as the new President of Mexico held at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City. Afterward, Prince Felipe along with the Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, and hundreds of foreign dignitaries attended a reception at the Castillo de Chapultepec in honor of President Peña Nieto.
His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain was released from the Quirón San José hospital in Madrid on Sunday after having surgery on his left hip last week.