On March 24, 2013, His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan arrived in Manama, Bahrain for a two-day visit.
After an official welcoming ceremony His Majesty met with King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain. Discussions focused on “…bilateral ties, the Syrian crisis, developments in the region and Jordanian-Bahraini relations stressing the need for further developing them to achieve common interests.”
On Tuesday, His Majesty King Abdullah II will travel to Doha, Qatar to attend the 24th Arab Summit.
On March 23, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxembourg attended the “…closing ceremony of the 11th edition of the European Union Science Olympiad (EUSO)…” held at the Cercle Cité according to the Cour Grand-Ducale.
For more information about the event as well as to view photos please click here (in English).
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Nicolas Fouquet est sans doute, l’un des personnages les plus fascinants du règne de Louis XIV. Surintendant des finances du roi, découvreur des plus grands artistes du XVIIème siècle,et bâtisseur du splendide château de Vaux le Vicomte Fouquet a connu une ascension fulgurante et l’une des chutes les plus vertigineuses de l’Histoire.
A longtime and close friend of the Princely family of Monaco, royal historian and French journalist, Mr. Stéphane Bern, revealed the alleged name of Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover’s grandson born on March 21, 2013. So, what is the baby’s alleged name? Sacha. Mr. Bern attended the 2013 Bal de la Rose and tweeted the alleged name after the gala evening ended.
Now, if the name is indeed Sacha, the parents, Mr. Andrea Casiraghi and Ms. Tatiana Santo Domingo, could change their minds at the last-minute and rename their baby either Chuck, Stanley, or River Ocean Blue. Or, perhaps the baby’s name isn’t Sacha at all. Perhaps Princess Caroline gave Mr. Bern a fake name (though I sincerely doubt she would) just to throw him off. Who knows. In time we shall definitely know… 🙂