On July 24, 2013, Their Majesties King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium along with their four children, Princess Elisabeth, Prince Gabriel, Prince Emmanuel and Princess Eléonore, posed for the press whilst on holiday on Île d’Yeu, France.
On Wednesday, July 24, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived at the Royal Welsh Showground to attend the 50th Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells.
According to the official website for the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society the Royal Welsh Show is one of the largest agricultural shows in Europe which:
“…showcases the cream of Welsh livestock and the high quality food and drink produced in Wales, it [the show] encompasses the wider spectrum of farming and rural life and successfully bridges the gap between town and country.
It provides something to interest everyone through its kaleidoscopic range of activities including forestry, horticulture, crafts, countryside sports, Sports Village and a 12 hour programme of exciting entertainment that continues throughout each of the four days of the event.”
Upon their arrival The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall were warmly welcomed by various officials as well as by the thousands of guests attending today’s show. According to Clarence House, the royal couple toured the main ring and food hall where they met with local farmers and business owners, representatives from rural charities, and volunteers.
For more information about today’s event as well as to watch video and to view photos please click the links below:
Their Royal Highnesses Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Asturias arrived at the Palacio del Senado in Madrid this afternoon to attend the IX Edition of the Premio Luis Carandell de Periodismo Parlamentario.
The winner of the award was Ms. Maria Rey for her sixteen years of responsible journalism at the Spanish television network, Antenna 3 (A3TV).
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal arrived in Boston, Lincolnshire this morning to attend a service of dedication for the Puritan Path Tourism Project at St. Botolph’s Church.
According to the newspaper, Lincolnshire Echo, the Puritan Path Tourism Project:
“…commemorates the twelve important Puritan men and women from the congregation of St. Botolph’s Church, Boston, who left England for the New World in the 1630s as part of the Massachusetts Bay Company…”
For more information about the project please click here.
Afterward, The Princess Royal arrived at Apex Lake in North Hykeham, Lincolnshire to attend the 5th anniversary celebrations of the Hykeham Sailability Club and to “…launch a new safety boat sponsored by The Rotary Club of Sleaford.” For more information please click here.