(VIDEOS) HRH Prince Harry of Wales Visits New Zealand: Day 2.

On Sunday, may 10, 2015, His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales continued his royal tour of amazing New Zealand.

This morning the fun-loving prince visited the town of Invercargill in southern region.  Whilst there Prince Harry received a traditional Maori welcome as well as cheers and screams from a hundred or so royal fans.  Anyway, the prince also had a chance to meet with local government officials, snuggled with a 118-year-old reptile named Henry, toured Stewart Island, a remote place with “…a population of just 380, and took a short boat ride to Ulva Island, a nature sanctuary mostly covered by unspoilt rainforest…” and a bunch of other fun adventures that you may not be interested in reading at the moment.  Just kidding.   🙂

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(VIDEO) HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Attend Service at Westminster Abbey.


On Sunday, May 10, 2015, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh accompanied by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, His Royal Highness The Duke of York attended a service of thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey in London in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of VE Day.

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(VIDEOS) HSH Hereditary Prince Jacques and HSH Princess Gabriella of Monaco Have Been Baptized.

On the morning of Sunday, May 10, 2015, His Serene Highness Prince Jacques Honoré Rainier of Monaco, Marquis of Baux and Her Serene Highness Princess Gabriella Thérèse Marie of Monaco, Countess of Carladès, were baptized (in the Roman Catholic faith) during obligatory Sunday Mass at the Cathédrale de Monaco. The baptism was presided over by Archbishop Bernard Barsi.  The godparents for HSH Hereditary Prince Jacques are:  Mr. Christopher LeVine, Jr. and Mrs. Diane de Polignac Nigra.  For HSH Princess Gabriella the godparents are: Mr. Gareth Wittstock and Mrs. Nerine Pienaar.


Guests in attendance included Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover, Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Mr. Andrea Casiraghi, Mr. Pierre Casiraghi and his beautiful fiancée, Miss Beatrice Borromeo, Her Serene Highness Princess Stephanie of Monaco, Mr. Louis Ducruet, Miss Pauline Ducruet, Miss Camille Gottlieb, Baroness Elisabeth-Anne de Massy and her daughter, Miss Mélanie-Antoinette de Massy, Mrs. Donatella Knecht de Massy (Princess Charlene’s Maid of Honor), Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wittstock, Mr. Sean Wittstock and his lovely wife, Chantel, Ms. Roisin Galvin (fiancée of Mr. Gareth Wittstock), Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher LeVine, TRHs The Duke and Duchess of Castro, Danish designer Ms. Isabella Christensen, Monégasque free-diver Mr. Pierre Frolla, numerous Monégasque government officials, and friends of Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco.

11219156_1030207540325118_3071571249429816677_nAfter the Mass and baptism, Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene met with well-wishers along the Rue Bellando de Castro on the way to the Palais.  Once inside the Palais Princier the princely couple along with their precious little ones — Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella — their godparents made their way into the Salon des Glaces, where Hereditary Prince Jacques received the Grand-Croix dans l’Ordre de Grimaldi and Princess Gabriella received the Grand Officier dans l’Ordre de Grimaldi.  While the godparents of Prince Jacques were named the Officers of the Ordre de Saint-Charles and the godparents of Princess Gabriella were named Officers of the Ordre de Grimaldi.

And, with that, warmest congrats as well as many blessings to Their Serene Highnesses and their sweet little ones!










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