On February 6, 2014, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Asturias arrived at the Palacio de Carlos V in Granada to view the exhibition, Arte y Culturas de al-Andalus: El Poder de la Alhambra.
The exhibition highlights the “…thousand year history of the kingdom of Granada and the importance of Andalusían culture…” according to the newspaper, La Informacion.
Recently, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco sat down for an interview with AS Monaco TV to talk about the AS Monaco Football Club (hence soccer) and a bunch of other stuff. Or, something like that… 🙂
Anyway, click here to watch the interview (in French).
In other news, the sovereign prince will visit amazing San Francisco on Monday, February 24, 2014. The purpose for his visit: To discuss “…the State of the Oceans in a Modern World and his commitment to the environment…” according to various press releases. The lecture will take place at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel.
And, that’s it. 🙂
Their Majesties, accompanied by the Prime Minister of Belgium, Mr. Elio Di Rupo, and the Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium, Mr. Didier Reynders, were warmly welcomed to the City of Lights by the President of France, Mr. François Hollande, at the Palais de l’Élysée.
After a brief photo-op for the press Their Majesties were ushered into the Palais were they attended a luncheon meeting with President Hollande and other government officials.
On February 6, 2014, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall arrived at the New Zealand House in London to attend a reception to “…celebrate the success of New Zealand women living and working in the United Kingdom on Waitangi Day…” according to Clarence House.
For more information about today’s reception as well as to view photos please click the links below.
The award is a:
“…is a well-deserved reward for talented researchers who contribute to Denmark’s position among the international research elite. Five of Denmark’s most talented researchers were awarded with the 2014 EliteForsk Award, with a value of DKK 1.2 million, of which DKK 200,000 is a personal award and DKK 1 million is towards research activities.”
Photo courtesy of Kongehuset