Here is the SVT documentary “…in memory of her Royal Highness Princess Lilian. The Princess grew up in Wales. During the Second World War she met Prince Bertil. And after many years together, they married in 1976, and she became the Princess of Sweden, Duchess of Halland.”
Discussions will focus on: “…bilateral cooperation, regional issues and the Syrian crisis. Other issues on the agenda include ways to deepen the strategic partnership between Jordan and the United States and for Jordan’s comprehensive reform process.”
The President’s visit will last two days.
On Saturday, March 16, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Constantijn and Princess Laruentien of the Netherlands, accompanied by their children, volunteered at the Museum Gevangenpoort in Bergen as part of NL DOET (National Volunteer Day).
Photo courtesy of RVD/HKH
Here is an article about His Serene Highness Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and his son, HSH Prince Gustav of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, published by the American media news organization, National Public Radio (NPR).
Please click here to read the interview as well as to view a new photo of the princes.
On March 15, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for an official visit. The purpose of the visit is to strengthen bilateral ties with the country.
According to the official website for The Prince of Wales during their visit the royal couple will:
“…visit military links between Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom Armed Forces, opportunities for women in Saudi society, education, faith and commercial partnerships.
While in Riyadh, Their Royal Highnesses will meet members of the Saudi parliament, known as the Majlis Ash-Shura, including the institution’s recently appointed first women members. The program in Jeddah will include a visit to the headquarters of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.”
To view all the latest photos as well as to read articles about the visit to Saudi Arabia please click the links below: