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Jubilee Lunch and Dinner for Sovereigns

  May 18, 2012 at 2:32 pm by - thanks to The Royal Forums

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Royals from around the world gathered in London today to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee. The lunch hosted by the Queen in Windsor Castle was the largest gathering of Monarchs for many years. In all, 22 Sovereigns were present, including one Emperor, three Queens Regnant, nine Kings Regnant, three reigning Princes, one reigning Grand Duke, one Sultan, one Sheikh, and several former Monarchs.

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The Queen and Prince Philip personally greeted each guest. It quickly transpired that while the event was quite official in nature, the relations between royals were highly informal. Most royals greeted Queen Elizabeth with a warm embrace and kiss, in addition to the mandatory handshake. Before the lunch, the Heads of States and their representatives sat for a historic group photograph. The general mood was quite light-hearted; the Sultan of Brunei and the King of Bahrain couldn’t stop giggling, while Queen Elizabeth jokingly asking the photographer taking the picture: “Are you supposed to be enjoying this?”

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Afterwards, the royal guests were seated at round tabled seating twelve: each table included at least one Sovereign and Consort, a member of the British Royal Family, and a member of the royal household. The lunch was based on a British-inspired menu with many ingredients sourced locally. The starter consisted of a tartlet of poached egg with English asparagus. It was followed by the main course – new season Windsor Lamb with braised potatoes, artichokes, peas, carrots, broad beans, cabbage, and a tomato and basil salad. Last served was the delicious dessert – Kent strawberries, vanilla Charlotte, dessert fruit and cheese.

 

The British Royal Family were out in force to support Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip; in total, twelve members of the royal family – including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke of York, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Princess Alexandra, and the Duke of Gloucester – were present to make sure no royal guests is left without attention.

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Among the guests were Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik of Denmark, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, King Albert II and Queen Paola of the Belgians, King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein, Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan, King Mswati III and Inkhosikati LaMbikiza of Swaziland, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, King Letsie III and Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso of Lesotho, King Tupou of Tonga, King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalif of Bahrain, Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and Sheikha Mozah of Qatar, King Abdul Halim of Malaysia, Former King Constantine and Queen Anne Maria of the Hellenes, Former King Michael and Crown Princess Margareta of Romania, Former King Simeon and Queen Margarita of Bulgaria, Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia, Mohammed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of Kuwait, Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco, Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn of Thailand, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi, and Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia.

When first released, the guest list had caused some controversy; the Queen’s decision to invite members of the Bahraini royal family was controversial, given the political situation in the country. The presence of King Mswati III of Swaziland and one of his wives likewise attracted criticism because of human rights issues. The royal gathering also featured unprecedented security measures, with motorcades containing Sovereigns heavily guarded by police presence.

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The lunch was followed by an evening banquet, hosted by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Ever the gracious hosts, Prince Charles and Camilla personally greeted every guest. The Duchess, wearing a blue lace Bruce Oldfield gown, curtsied to all Monarchs, as protocol dictates. However, the overall mood was quite informal; King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway, who themselves hosted the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall during their recent Scandinavia tour, were greeted especially warmly, with Camilla kissing both on the cheeks. King Harald, upon seeing the couple, exclaimed: “I’m delighted to see you again”.

As during the luncheon, members of the British Royal Family were out in force to support the hosts; among the attendees were the Duke of York, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Princess Alexandra, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, and the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.

After all guests arrived, the royal party proceeded to the Blue Drawing Room of the Buckingham Palace for a little canapé reception, and a chance to chat informally. Soon afterwards, they moved to the State Dining Room where five tables were set for the guests. Each table was headed by a British royal to make sure guests remained entertained. The elaborate dinner that followed included sea bass with Duchy of Cornwall vegetables, rhubarb Eton mess, and cheese soufflé.
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LL.A.S. IL PRINCIPE ALBERTO II E LA PRINCIPESSA CHARLENE AL PRANZO E CENA GIUBILEO DELLA REGINA ELISABETTA.
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Polite: The Duke of Edinburgh greets Bahrain's King and his wife after the Queen has done her duty

"Royals" provenienti da tutto il mondo si sono riuniti il 18 e 19 maggio a Londra per celebrare il Diamond Jubilee della Regina Elisabetta. Il pranzo offerto dalla Regina nel Castello di Windsor è stato il più grande raduno di monarchi visto da molti anni. Ben 22 Sovrani erano presenti, tra cui un imperatore, tre Regine,  nove Re, tre Principi sovranii, un Granduca, un sultano, uno sceicco, e diversi ex monarchi.
La Regina e il Principe Filippo hanno personalmente salutato ogni ospite.
È subito emerso che, mentre l'evento era sotto  forma di natura molto ufficiale , le relazioni tra i reali erano, invece,  molto informali. La maggior parte dei reali ha salutato la Regina Elisabetta con un caldo abbraccio e bacio, oltre alla stretta di mano obbligatoria. Prima del pranzo, i capi di Stato ed i loro rappresentanti si sono messi in posa seduti per una storica foto di gruppo . L'umore generale era piuttosto allegro, il sultano del Brunei e il re del Bahrein, non riuscivano a smettere di ridacchiare, mentre la regina Elisabetta scherzosamente chiedeva al fotografo di scattare la foto: "Allora! Vi piace fare cio’?"
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Successivamente, gli ospiti reali si sono seduti alla tavola  rotonda di dodici posti : ogni tavolo comportava almeno un Sovrano ed una consorte, un membro della famiglia reale britannica, e un membro della famiglia reale. Il pranzo era basata su una ispirazione britannica di menu con molti ingredienti di provenienza locale. L'antipasto era costituito da un tortino di asparagi con uovo in camicia inglese. E ' seguito la portata principale – Anelli di stagione di Windsor  con patate stufate, carciofi, piselli, carote, fave, cavoli, e insalata di pomodoro e basilico. Per ultimo è stato servito il dessert – fragole di Kent, vaniglia Charlotte, frutta, dolce e formaggio.
La famiglia reale britannica sono venuti in forza per sostenere la Regina Elisabetta e il Principe Filippo, in totale, dodici membri della famiglia reale, tra cui il Duca e la Duchessa di Cambridge, il Principe Harry, il Duca di York, Principesse Beatrice ed Eugenia, il Conte e Contessa di Wessex, la principessa Alexandra, e il Duca di Gloucester - erano presenti per assicurarsi che alcun ospite reale fosse lasciato senza attenzione.

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Tra gli ospiti c'erano l'imperatore Akihito e l'Imperatrice Michiko del Giappone, la Regina Beatrice d'Olanda, la regina Margrethe e il Principe Henrik di Danimarca, re Carl XVI Gustaf e la Regina Silvia di Svezia,il Re Alberto II e la Regina Paola dei Belgi, Re Harald V e Regina Sonja di Norvegia, il Principe Alberto II e la Principessa Charlene di Monaco, il Principe Hans Adam II del Liechtenstein, il Granduca Henri e la Granduchessa Maria Teresa del Lussemburgo, il Re Abdullah e la regina Rania di Giordania, il Re Mswati III e Inkhosikati LaMbikiza dello Swaziland, il Sultano Hassanal Bolkiah del Brunei, il Re Letsie III e la regina 'MaSenate Mohato Seeiso del Lesotho, il Re Tupou di Tonga, il Re Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa del Bahrain, l'Emiro Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani e Sheikha Mozah del Qatar, Re Abdul Halim della Malesia, ex Re Costantino e della regina Anna Maria di Grecia,l’ ex Re Michele e la Principessa Margareta di Romania, l’ex Re Simeone e la Regina Margarita di Bulgaria, il Principe ereditario Alessandro II e la principessa Caterina di Serbia, Mohammed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah del Kuwait, la Principessa del Marocco Lalla Meryem, Vajiralongkorn Principe ereditario della Thailandia, il Principe ereditario Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan di Abu Dhabi, e il Principe Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz Al Saud dell'Arabia Saudita.

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Un volta rilasciata, la lista degli invitati aveva provocato qualche polemica per la decisione della Regina di invitare i membri della famiglia reale del Bahrein data la situazione politica nel paese. La presenza del re Mswati III dello Swaziland e una delle sue mogli pure oggetto di critiche a causa della questione dei diritti umani. L'incontro reale, inoltre è stato caratterizzato dalle misure di sicurezza senza precedenti, con i Sovrani pesantemente sorvegliati dalla presenza della polizia.
Il pranzo è stata seguito da un banchetto serale, ospitato dal Principe di Galles edalla duchessa di Cornovaglia. Come consuetudine, i padroni di casa, il principe Carlo e Camilla, hanno salutato personalmente tutti gli ospiti. La duchessa, che indossava un abito di pizzo blu, Bruce Oldfield, inchino a tutti i monarchi, come impone il protocollo. Tuttavia, l'umore generale era piuttosto informale: Re Harald e la Regina Sonja di Norvegia, che  ha ospitato il Principe di Galles e la Duchessa di Cornovaglia durante il loro recente tour in Scandinavia, sono stati accolti calorosamente, in particolare, con Camilla  baciandosi  sulle guance. Re Harald, vedendo la coppia, esclamò: "Sono felice di rivedervi".
Come ià durante il pranzo, i membri della famiglia reale britannica erano ancora là per sostenere i padroni di casa: tra i partecipanti c’erano il Duca di York, il Conte e la Contessa di Wessex, la Principessa Alexandra, il Duca e la Duchessa di Gloucester, il Duca di Kent , e il Principe e la Principessa Michael del Kent.

 


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Monaco - Le Musée océanographique installe ses nouveaux hôtes: des tortues terrestres provenant de Mali.

 

S.A.S. la Princesse Charlène de Monaco au Musée Océanographique pour son soutien aux espèces menacées.

 

Les tortues marines ou terrestres font parties des espèces menacées. Animaux réputés pour leur lenteur, surtout sur terre, elles sont de ce simple fait, particulièrement vulnérables et cela d’autant que leur chair et les œufs sont prisés par les populations locales. Une tortue sur deux est aujourd’hui menacée de disparition du fait de... l’Homme.

 


 S.A.S. la Princesse Charlène de Monaco et le Directeur du Musée, Robert Calcagno, le jour de l'inauguration -

 
Située sur la partie ouest de la terrasse panoramique du Musée, offrant une vue à 360° sur Monaco, entre mer et montagne, « l'Ile aux tortues » comprend une bulle accueillant les 7 tortues sillonnées, une aire de jeux pour les enfants de 3 à 12 ans ainsi qu'un espace pour le repos des parents. Tout en sensibilisant les visiteurs à la cause des tortues de terre comme de mer, l'expérience de visite du Musée se termine ainsi de manière ludique et pédagogique.

C’est dans le cadre des liens d’amitié et de coopération entre la République du Mali et la Principauté de Monaco que ces tortues ont été offertes au Prince Albert II de Monaco en février dernier, lors d’un voyage officiel. Appelées tortues sillonnées (elles doivent leur nom aux sillons profonds visibles sur leurs écailles), elles sont âgés de 2 à 20 ans et pèsent plus de 20 kilos pour les plus grosses. Elles ont été installées dans un enclos paysagé de 80 m² dont le sol est composé de terre, de sable, de végétaux, de rocailles, de souches d’arbres et de points d’eau. Elles peuvent ainsi évoluer en toute quiétude et s’abriter dans « la Bulle aux tortues » de 20m2, maintenue à une température spécifique pour les protéger des températures les plus basses.

Robert Calcagno, le Directeur général de l’Institut explique : « Protéger les espèces animales et les faire connaitre comme aimer par le grand public est un enjeu pour l'avenir. Préserver les richesses de notre planète, de toute la planète, de terre comme de mer, s’inscrit depuis toujours dans nos valeurs ».

 
 

  •  Le Musée océanographique est membre du Réseau Tortues Marines de Méditerranée, il collecte les informations sur les tortues présentes sur ces côtes et étudie les spécimens échoués ou trouvés en mer. Les tortues blessées sont recueillies et soignées puis relâchées (baguées) en mer. Les causes de la disparition des tortues sont ainsi étudiées et des solutions sont proposées pour les protéger.
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Dutch Royals attend Remembrance and Liberation Day

  May 11, 2012 at 9:39 am by  

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As usual every year, on May 4 and 5, the Dutch Royals attend Remembrance and Liberation Day services.

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On May 4, Queen Beatrix accompanied by Prince of Orange and Princess Maxima attended a remembrance ceremony at the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam. Then took place the wreath-laying ceremony at the World War II Memorial at the monument in Dam Square.

The same day, Princess Margriet, Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven and Prince Pieter-Christiaan were in Rhenen to attend the commemorative military ceremony at the military field of honour for professional soldiers and conscripts who have fallen for the Kingdom since 1940.

On May 5, Liberation Day, Prince Willem Alexander attended the official launch of the National Celebration of Liberation in the province of Brabant. The event took palce at the Great Church in Breda, in the presence of the German President, Joachim Gauck.

In the evening the Queen, along with the President Gauck and his wife, was present at the traditional concert in occasion of the closing celebration of National Liberation, at the Amstel River in Amsterdam.

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William and Kate support Team GB

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Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended our Greatest Team Rises – a black tie gala to raise funds to support British athletes and mark countdown to the London 2012 Olympic Games. The royal couple were greeted by Lord Moynihan, chairman of the British Olympic Association, before attending an evening reception.

Prince William gave a speech at the reception, with some uplifting words for the British athletes: “For the athletes of Our Greatest Team, these Games mark the pinnacle of your sporting careers. I can only imagine it – competing at home, in front of your countrymen and women, with the eyes of the entire world upon you.  A dream come true.‪” He also cracked several jokes at his own expense, including likening his physique to that of a pigeon. Prince Harry didn’t fail to be mentioned as well, with Prince William mocking his younger brother’s claim to have beaten Usain Bolt – a victory (after false start) that had quite apparently popped up once or twice in the brothers’ conversation.

This was William’s first official engagement on behalf of the Team GB, but his wife had already carried out one engagement before when she visited a training session for the hockey teams. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Harry, have been appointed as Official Team GB and Paralympics Ambassadors since December of 2011.

While the main heroes of the night were undoubtedly the athletes, the Duchess of Cambridge won universal praise when she arrived looking spectacular in a teal dress with delicate lace details at the shoulders and back by one of her favourite designers – Jenny Packham. She matched the gown with Jimmy Choo sandals, a custom-made clutch and silver teardrop-shaped earrings. Her hair was styled in an elegant updo that showcased the beautiful details of her dress and the earrings.

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Emmanuelle de Dampierre passed away in Rome on May 2nd, 2012.

Born into the Italian nobility on November 8th, 1913, Emmanuelle married Infante Jaime of Spain,

Duke of Segovia on March 4th, 1935.

The couple had two children: Don Alphonse de Bourbon (1936-1989) and Don Gonzalo de Bourbon

(1937-2000). However, their marriage was unhappy and it ended in divorce in 1947.

In 1949, Emmanuelle de Dampierre remarried in Vienna to Antonio Sozzani, the couple later

seperated in the late 1960s. In March 1972, her eldest son Don Alphonse de Bourbon, Duke of Cadiz

married Doña María del Carmen

Martínez-Bordiú y Franco, who was the granddaughter of General Francisco Franco. The couple had

two children:

Don Francisco de Borbón born in 1972 and Don Luis de Borbón born in 1974.

Her first husband, Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia died in 1975. In 1982, the marriage of her eldest son ended in

divorce and two years later, her eldest grandson was tragically killed following a car-crash in the

Pyrnees. Emmanuelle de Dampierre also outlived both of her sons and died in Rome aged 99.

The funeral of Emmanuelle will take place on May 11th at the church of Notre-Dame-du-Val-de-Grâce in Paris.


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Jordanian Royals Celebrate Mine-Free Jordan

  April 27, 2012 at 10:26 am by  

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On behalf of his father King Abdullah II, HRH Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan has patronized the celebration ceremony that announced his country officially the first in the Mideast free of all minefields.

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The event was held last Tuesday in presence of the Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon, and took place at the King Hussein bin Talal Convention Centre in the Dead Sea. It was also attended by a number of Jordanian royals and senior officials, as Petra News Agency reported.

During his speech at the ceremony, HRH Prince Mired bin Raad, Board Chairman of the National Committee for Demining and Rehabilitation (NCDR), expressed his thanks to Norway for its great support given though the Norwegian People’s Aid that helped Jordan in clearing its land of all minefields and thus fulfill its legal obligations under the removal of all anti-personnel Mine Ban Convention successfully.

The Norwegian Crown Prince gave a speech during the ceremony and congratulated Jordan for its significant achievement. He added, “Jordan has shown courage, responsibility and persistence in turning the dream of a mine-free Jordan into reality in a region where landmines still represent a threat to people’s life and hinder social and economic development.”

At the end of the ceremony, Crown Prince Hussein handed over to Crown Prince Haakon of Prince Mired, as well as sponsors and donors of the NCDR, decorations designed specially for this event.

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Crown Prince Hussein Regent For The First Time

  April 25, 2012 at 10:52 am by  

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His Royal Highness Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah II,  the eldest son of their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan, has taken the oath for the first time on Saturday afternoon as Regent during his father’s absence.

The ceremony, which took place at the premier’s office in Amman, was held in presence of the Kingdom’s cabinet members and Prince Faisal bin Al Hussein, the Crown Prince’s uncle.

Prince Hussein was appointed Crown Prince in July 2009. The Crown Prince, who was born on 28 June 1994, completed his eighteenth year of age according to the lunar calendar required by Jordan’s constitution.

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عمان 22 نيسان (بترا) – أدى سمو الأمير الحسين بن عبدالله الثاني، ولي العهد، امس السبت اليمين الدستورية بحضور هيئة الوزارة نائبا لجلالة الملك.

واجتمع نائب جلالة الملك، بحضور سمو الأمير فيصل بن الحسين، مع رئيس الوزراء عون الخصاونة في دار رئاسة الوزراء فترة من الوقت، حيث تم بحث عدد من القضايا.

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LES BALLETS DE MONTE-CARLO

 


 

                               Prochains rendez-vous été 2012

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LES SPECTACLES à MONACO

 

28 et 29 juin 2012 à 20h – Salle Garnier, Opéra de Monte-Carlo

Académie de Danse Princesse Grace

Les Belles Au Bois Dormant

Spectacle des élèves de l’Académie 

Du 20 au 22 juillet 2012 à 20h30 – Salle des Princes, Grimaldi Forum

Monaco Dance Forum

Séquence 8, nouvelle création de la compagnie « les 7 doigts de la main »

 

LES TOURNÉES

 

La Compagnie des Ballets de Monte-Carlo

Chorégraphies de Jean-Christophe Maillot 

 

2 et 3 juin 2012 – à Cologne (Allemagne)

Roméo et Juliette 

13 et 15 juin 2012 – à Oviedo et à Vittoria (Espagne)

Cendrillon 

29 et 30 juin 2012 – Gala au Bolchoï à Moscou (Russie)

Daphnis et Chloé 

9 et 10 juillet 2012 – Ouverture du Festival Vaison Danses

 à Vaison-la-Romaine (France)

Roméo et Juliette

13 juillet 2012 – Ouverture du Festival les Estivales de l’Archipel

à Perpignan (France)

Roméo et Juliette 

 

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28 et 29 juin 2012 à 20h – Les « Belles au Bois Dormant »

Spectacle de l’Académie de Danse Princesse Grace

Les élèves de l’Académie de Danse Princesse Grace présenteront les 28 et 29 juin prochains dans la Salle Garnier, un spectacle qui met en valeur l’apprentissage varié qu’ils ont reçu tout au long de l’année 2011-2012.

Trois « Belles au Bois Dormant » seront au programme.

Luca Masala, directeur de l’Académie a choisi de présenter des extraits de trois chorégraphies emblématiques de la Belle Au Bois Dormant : La Belle Au Bois Dormant d’après Marius Petipa par Michel Rahn, La Belle de Jean-Christophe Maillot et La Belle Au Bois Dormant de Mats Ek.

L’occasion de découvrir l’ouverture chorégraphique apportée aux élèves tout au long de leur cursus afin de leur permettre d’intégrer les compagnies professionnelles de renommée internationale.

En cette fin d’année, l’ensemble des danseurs de dernière année a déjà un contrat prévu pour l’année prochaine.

 

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Du 20 au 22 juillet 2012 à 20h30 – Nouvelle création de la compagnie « Les 7 Doigts de la Main »

Plusieurs fois primés dans les plus grands festivals de cirque internationaux, les 7 doigts de la main présentent leur dernière création « SÉQUENCE 8 » dans le cadre du Monaco Dance Forum.

Saluée dans le monde entier, cette compagnie a séduit des milliers de spectateurs en offrant un mariage à couper le souffle entre les arts du cirque, la danse et le théâtre. Unanimement plébiscités, les 7 doigts de la main sont invités dans les plus grandes manifestations et aux cérémonies des grands événements internationaux grâce à leur inventivité qui laisse admiratif : des chorégraphies réglées au quart de tour et un univers faits de rêves fous qui pulvérisent les barrières générationnelles en mêlant l’originalité à la virtuosité.

La Compagnie des Ballets de Monte-Carlo en tournée :

Après le succès des tournées en Asie et aux Etats-Unis, la Compagnie des Ballets de Monte-Carlo poursuivra exceptionnellement cette année, sa programmation estivale sur les grandes scènes internationales et présentera les pièces emblématiques de Jean-Christophe Maillot :

Roméo et Juliette sera interprétée à Cologne (Allemagne) les 2 et 3 juin, ainsi qu’en Ouverture des Festivals de « Vaison Danses » à Vaison–La-Romaine (France), les 9 et 10 juillet et Des Estivales de l’Archipel à Perpignan (France), le 13 juillet.

Daphnis et Chloé sera présentée dans la maison prestigieuse du Bolchoï à l’occasion d’un Gala, les 29 et 30 juin, en compagnie du San Francisco Ballet et de la Compagnie du Bolchoï.

Enfin, ce sera Cendrillon à Oviedo et Vittoria (Espagne), les 13 et 15 juin.

 

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Princess Mary At Prize Ceremony, New Portraits of Queen

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Crown Princess Mary yesterday was present for the awards ceremony of the ‘Little Brother’ prize of the Children’s Aid Foundation. She is the patron of the foundation.

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The ceremony took place at the Copenhagen Town Hall, where Niklas Matthiassen and Birger Steen Hansen were presented with the 2012 edition of the prize. Mr Matthiassen was awarded the ‘Little Brother’ prize for his work with physically and mentally disabled children through a Ballerup football club; while Mr Hansen received the award for his commitment to children who use the Strandbo in Fjellerup.

Princess Mary listened to speeches from people who have been assisted by the Foundation, before posing with the prize winners for photos.

Fllowing the conclusion of the awards ceremony, the guests headed on to a quick reception where they were served the Town Hall’s famous pancakes.

The Danish Royal Court today also released a new series of portraits of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik. The portraits were taken by Jacob Jørgensen, founder of JJ-Film, the father of Countess Alexandra’s husband Martin.

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L’Ambassadeur d’Arménie à Monaco reçu par le Président du Conseil National

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Jean-François Robillon a reçu au Conseil National, le lundi 16 avril 2012, S.E. M. Viguen TCHITETCHIAN, Ambassadeur de la République d’Arménie en Principauté de Monaco.

 

Lors d’un entretien très chaleureux, l’Ambassadeur d’Arménie s’est félicité des relations d’amitié et de confiance établies entre son Pays et la Principauté de Monaco, notamment au sein des Assemblées interparlementaires du Conseil de l’Europe (APCE), de l’OSCE (AP OSCE) ou de la Francophonie (APF). Il a exprimé au Président du Conseil National son attachement à la force de la diplomatie parlementaire, qui permet de mieux faire connaître les réalités et les spécificités des Etats.

 

A cet égard, S.E. Viguen TCHITETCHIAN a exposé au Président ROBILLON, son projet de développer, à Monaco, une semaine de l’Arménie, destinée à présenter les richesses historiques, artistiques et culturelles de son Pays.

 

Ce projet ambitieux a trouvé une écoute attentive et intéressée de la part du Président du Conseil National.

 

 

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Luxembourg Royals at Sandhurst Graduation

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The Luxembourg Grand Ducal Family was out in force on Friday in Sandhurst, England where they were present at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst for the passing out ceremony of Prince Wenceslas of Nassau and Archduke Alexander of Austria.

The two princes, both grandsons of former Grand Duke Jean, took part in the Sovereign’s Parade to signify the end of the military training at the Academy. Their regiment, among over 700 graduating on Friday, was inspected by The Duke of Kent in his position as Field Marshal.

Prince Wenceslas and Archduke Alexander were presented with certificates marking their passing by the Commandant of the RMAS, Major-General Patrick Marriott.

 

Marking the occassion in Sandhurst were Grand Duke Henri, Prince Louis and Princess Tessy; Prince Wenceslas’ parents, Prince Jean and Hélène Vestur, and siblings Princess Marie-Gabrielle and Prince Constantin; and Archduke Alexander’s parents, Archduke Carl-Christian and Archduchess Marie-Astrid, and brother Archduke Christoph and his fiancee Adélaïde Drapé-Frisch.

The two princes join the ranks of dozens of other royals, male and female, who have graduated from Sandhurst. They include their uncle, Grand Duke Henri, and his two eldest sons, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Prince Felix, their grandfather Grand Duke Jean, and Prince Wenceslas’ father, Prince Jean.

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King Juan Carlos Fractures His Hip

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Madrid – April 14th, 2012

His Majesty King Juan Carlos I has undergone surgery this morning following a fall in which he suffered a fracture in three fragments of his right hip. The 74-year-old monarch was on a private visit to Botswana; the Palace said the King’s fall in Botswana was “accidental” but gave no further details regarding his visit.

The King was taken to the San Jose Hospital in Madrid last night and had surgery on his hip this morning. The palace said: “King Juan Carlos had suffered a fracture of his right hip in three pieces. A reconstruction of the parts of the fracture was carried out and a hip implant was installed.”

This accident comes only days after the King’s eldest grandson, Don Felipe Juan de Marichalar, was admitted to hospital following a shooting accident in Soria, where he shot himself in the foot.

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The Spanish Royal Family have started to arrive on the Balearic Island of Mallorca for the annual family gathering and Easter holiday.

Her Majesty The Queen arrived on the island earlier this week, and will be joined at the Palacio de Marivent by His Majesty The King and Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Asturias and the Infantas Leonor, Sofia and Elena

The Infanta Cristina is not expected to attend the Easter holidays with the Royal Family this year but will spend Easter with her husband and family in Washington, D.C.

The highlight of the Easter holidays is the presence of the Royal Family at Easter Sunday Mass at the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Palma de Mallorca. Last year, the King was notably absent from the annual Easter Sunday Mass.

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Viaje de trabajo de Su Majestad el Rey a Kuwait

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Don Juan Carlos ha realizado un viaje de trabajo a Kuwait, con el objetivo de reforzar las relaciones políticas y económicas entre España y el Estado de Kuwait.

El Rey, que llegó a Kuwait el día anterior, se reunió y mantuvo un almuerzo de trabajo con el Emir del Estado de Kuwait, Su Alteza el Jeque Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

Previamente, Don Juan Carlos había celebrado encuentros con el primer ministro, Su Alteza el Jeque Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, con su antecesor en el cargo, Su Alteza el Jeque Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, y el ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, Su Excelencia el Jeque Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.

Su Majestad el Rey ha estado acompañado en estas reuniones por el embajador de España en el Estado de Kuwait, Ángel Losada Fernández.

La última visita de Don Juan Carlos a Kuwait fue el 26 de febrero de 2011, cuando asistió a los actos con motivo del 50º aniversario de la Independencia, 20º aniversario de la Liberación y 5º aniversario como Emir del Estado de Kuwait de Su Alteza el Jeque Sabah Al-Ahmad

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The Royal Forums Anniversary: March 2002-2011

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As we reported in January, October 2012 marks the tenth anniversary of The Royal Forum’s launch as Les Tribunes Royales. In 2004, the forums was sold to its current owner, and its name changed to The Royal Forums. In 2007, The Royal Forums launched its Article division, followed in 2009 by a Blog division. Growing yearly at a steady pace, The Royal Forums currently has over 53,000 members and over 1,150,000 posts in over 14,000 threads.

As part of The Royal Forums’ tenth anniversary, each month the blog will take a look-back at royal events that occured in that month over the period 2002-2011. This month we look at March 2002-2011. January 2002-2011 can be found here, while February 2002-2011 can be found here.

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March 21, 2002: Marriage of H.M. King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Miss Salma Bennani
The marriage of King Mohammed VI and Miss Salma Benani took place on March 21st, 2002 in a private ceremony at the Royal Palace in Rabat. The couple’s nikah ceremony had previously taken place on October 12th, 2001. During the celebrations on July 12th following their zifaf ceremony, the bride wore a white and gold embroidered houb, with a diamond tiara. The celebrations were attended by hundreds of the couple’s family, friends and dignitaries. King Mohammed and Princess Lalla Salma have two children: T.R.H. Crown Prince Moulay Hassan (b. 2003) and Princess Lalla Khadija (b. 2008). The family resides in Rabat.

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March 30, 2002: Death of H.M. Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother
Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother on March 30th, 2003. Queen Elizabeth died in her sleep at her residence The Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park at 3:15pm. Her health had been in deteriorating over the last years of her life, and the death of her youngest daughter, H.R.H. Princess Margaret, eight weeks prior was a heavy blow. The Queen Mother’s body laid in state at Westminster Hall for three days, with hundreds of thousands filing past to pay their respects. Her four grandsons – T.R.H. The Prince of Wales, The Duke of York and The Earl of Wessex and Viscount Linley – offered a Vigil of the Princes in the afternoon of April 8th, mounting the catafalque for twenty minutes. A state funeral was held at Westminster Abbey the following day, April 9th, with over one million people filling the streets in front of the Abbey and lining the route to Windsor Castle. Her coffin was interred ito the King George VI Memorial Chapel following the fuenral service, alongside her husband, H.M. King George VI, and their youngest daughter’s ashes; and the wreath of camellias from atop her coffin was placed on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in the Abbey. She was survived by her eldest daughter, H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, six grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. The Queen Mother was one hundred and one years old when she passed.

March 11, 2004: Madrid Train Bombings
On the morning of March 11th, Spain was rocked by a series of co-ordinated bombings in the Madrid commuter train system, three days before the nation’s general election. 191 people were killed and 2,050 injured; making the bombing the worst terrorist attack in Spanish history. Bystanders and local residents rushed to assist the Spanish emergency services who were quickly on the scene, and thousands donated blood for transfusions. Demontrations took place over the coming days by over 11,000,000 Spaniards, protesting against terrorism – T.R.H. The Prince of Asturias, Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina each took part in the demonstrations. The Royal Family were quick to provide their public support for the victims of the bombings, visiting hospitals where the injured were being treated only hours after the bombings took place. A state funeral was held for the victims on March 26th at the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, which was attended by the entire Spanish Royal Family. The wedding celebrations on May 24th of The Prince of Asturias and Miss Letizia Ortiz were scaled down out of respect for the victims of the bombings.

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March 20, 2004: Death of H.R.H. Princess Juliana of the Netherlands
Queen Juliana passed away in her sleep at 5:50am on March 20th, 2004 at her home of Soestdijk Palace in Baarn. The Queen had had pnuemonia for several weeks prior to her death. Her body laid in state for four days at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague, with 50,000 people filing past to pay their respects. The Queen’s funeral took place on March 30th, 2004 at the Neuwe Kirke in Delft, where her coffin was interred into the church’s royal vaults, beside her mother, H.M. Queen Wilhelmina. In accordance with the late Queen’s wishes, her four daughters each wore white outfits to symbolise hope and happiness. The female members of the Dutch Royal Family each had white accents on their outfits as well. Queen Juliana was survived by her husband, H.R.H. Prince Bernhard, the couple’s four daughters, H.M. Queen Beatrix, T.R.H. Princesses Irene, Margriet and Christina, and fourteen grandchildren. She was ninety-four years old when she passed.

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March 21, 2004: Birth of H.E. Count Claus-Casimir of Orange-Nassau
Count Claus-Casimir is the second child of T.R.H. Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands. He was born on March 21st, 2004, at the Bronovo Hospital in The Hague. His christening took place on October 10th, 2004 at the chapel of Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn, and was given the names Claus-Casimir Bernhard Marius Max, with H.R.H. The Prince of Orange, H.H. Prince Maurits of Orange-Nassau, Mr Ed P. Spanjaard and Countess Tatiana Razumovsky as his godparents. He is the only grandson of H.M. Queen Beatrix and H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands. Claus-Casimir lives with his parents and siblings, T.E. Countess Eloise and Countess Leonore, in Brussels, Belgium. He is seventh in line to the Dutch throne.

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March 26, 2005: Birth of H.E. Countess Luana of Orange-Nassau
Countess Luana is the eldest child of T.R.H. Prince Friso and Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau. She was born at 7:19pm on March 26th, 2005, in London, England. Her christening took place on December 18th, 2005 at the Huis Ten Bosch Palace in Amsterdam, and was given the names Emma Luana Ninette Sophie, with H.R.H. Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, Ms Eveline Wisse Smit, Baroness Sophie von der Recke and Ms Emma Bonino as her godparents. Luana lives with her parents and younger sister, H.E. Countess Zaria, in London. She is not in line for the Dutch throne.

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March 12, 2006: Birth of H.R.H. Prince Gabriel de Nassau
Prince Gabriel is the eldest child of T.R.H. Prince Louis and Princess Tessy of Luxembourg. He was born on March 12th, 2006, at the Clinic des Grangettes in Geneva, Switzerland. His christening took place on April 22nd, 2006 in Gilsdorf, and was given the names Gabriel Michael Louis Ronny, with H.R.H. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg and Mr Ronny Antony as his godparents. As his parents were not married at the time of his birth, Gabriel was initial given the name Gabriel de Nassau, with no royal privileges. His grandfather, H.R.H. Grand Duke Henri, gave him the title H.R.H. Prince of Nassau on June 23rd, 2009. Gabriel lives with his parents and younger brother, H.R.H. Prince Noah, in London, England. He is not in line for the Luxembourgish throne.

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March 03, 2007: Marriage of H.E. The Countess of Frederiksborg and Mr Martin Jørgensen
The engagement of H.H. Princess Alexandra of Denmark and Mr Martin Jørgensen was announced on February 7th, 2007 by the Danish Royal Court. It was announced the marriage would take place on March 3rd, 2007 and following the marriage, Princess Alexandra would be known as H.E. Alexandra Christina, Countess of Frederiksborg, losing her H.R.H. status and her position in the Danish Royal Family. The wedding ceremony took place at the Øster Egede Kirke in Fakse, Region Sjælland and was attended by around 90 guests. The bride was accompanied down the aisle by her two sons, T.H. Princes Nikolai and Felix, and wore a champagne-coloured gown. Following the ceremony, which did not have any media access, Alexandra and Martin spent some time posing for photographs before heading to a private dinner nearby. The couple live in Copenhagen with the Countess’ two sons.

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March 14, 2007: Birth of Simeon Hassan Muñoz
Simeon Hassan Muñoz is the only child of H.R.H. Princess Kalina of Bulgaria and Mr Kitín Muñoz. He was born on March 14th, 2007, at the Lozenets Hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria. His christening took place on April 25th, 2008 at the chapel of Tsarska Bistritsa, the royal residence in Bulgaria, and was given the names Simeon Hassan, with H.M. King Mohammed VI of Morocco and H.R.H. Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark as his godparents. Simeon lives with his parents in Rabat, Morocco. He is not in line for the defunct Bulgarian throne.

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March 17, 2007: Birth of H.R.H. Prince Abdul Muntaqim of Brunei
Prince Abdul Muntaquim is the eldest child of T.R.H. Crown Prince Billah and Princess Sarah of Brunei. He was born on March 17th, 2007 at 3:50pm in Bandar Seri Begawan. He received the names Yang Teramat Mulia Pengiran Muda’Abdul Muntaqim Ibni Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Paduka Seri Pengiran Muda Mahkota Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah from his grandfather, H.M. The Sultan of Brunei. Abdul Muntaquim lives with his parents and younger sister, H.R.H. Princess Muneerah Madhul, in Bandar Seri Begawan. He is second in line for the Brunei throne.

March 19, 2007: Birth of H.R.H. Prince Abdullah bin Ali of Jordan
Prince Abdullah is the second and youngest child of T.R.H. Prince Ali and Princess Rym of Jordan. He was born on March 19th, 2007. Abdullah lives with his parents and older sister, H.R.H. Princess Jalilia bint Ali, in Jordan. He is sixth in line for the Jordanian throne.

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March 12, 2008: Birth of Benjamin van Vollenhoven
Benjamin van Vollenhoven is the third and youngest child of T.H. Prince Bernhard and Princess Annette of Orange-Nassau. He was born at 8:30am on March 12th, 2008, at the Onze Lieve Vrouwe Hospital in Amsterdam. His christening took place on November 2nd, 2008 at the chapel of Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn, and was given the names Benjamin Pieter Floris, with H.H. Prince Floris van Oranje-Nassau van Vollenhoven, Mrs Claudine Verhulst-van der Ven, Mrs Isabel Schouten-van Eys and Mrs Claire Folkerts-Drabbe as his godparents. Benjamin lives with his parents and siblings, Isabella and Samuel, in Amsterdam. He is not in line for the Dutch throne.

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March 18, 2009: Marriage of H.R.H. Prince Jean of Luxembourg and Ms Diane de Guerre
The marriage of Prince Jean and Ms Diane de Guerre took place on March 18th, 2009  at the Roermondm City Hall in the Netherlands. The civil ceremony was presided over by Mr H. van Beers, the Mayor of Roermondm. The marriage was only attended by a small number of the bridal couple’s family and friends, with the only member of the Luxembourg Grand Ducal family in attendance being H.R.H. Prince Guillaume, the groom’s younger brother. This was the second marriage for Prince Jean. The couple reside in the Netherlands.

March 15, 2010: Death of H.R.H. Hereditary Grand Duchess Elisabeth of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
Hereditary Grand Duchess Elisabeth passed away on March 15th, 2010 at her home in Munich, Germany. An official memoial service was held in Munich to honour Elisabeth’s life. She was interred in the Commanders Garden at Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, Thuringia. The Hereditary Grand Duchess was born on January 16th, 1912 to Baron Othmar von Wangenheim-Winterstein and Baroness Maud von Falkenstein. In 1944, she married H.RH. Hereditary Grand Duke Karl August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach; the couple went on to have three children: H.R.H. Princess Elisabeth (b. 1945), H.R.H. Prince Michael (b. 1946) and H.R.H. Princess Beatrice-Marie (b. 1948). She was ninety-eight years old when she passed.

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March 31, 2010: H.M. King Mihai I of Romania creates his grandson H.R.H. Prince Nicholas of Romania
On March 31st, 2010, Mr Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills celebrated his 25th birthday and received a birthday gift which very few others in the world can claim: his grandfather, King Mihai (or King Michael) created him a Prince of Romania with the style His Royal Highness. The decision was made in 2005 when King Mihai created the Fundamental Rules of the Royal Family of Romania to ensure the Romanian Throne (defunct since 1947) remained with King Mihai’s descendants (he has five daughters and no sons). The Fundamental Rules, which took effect in 2007, placed Prince Nicholas in third position in the line of succession to the defunct Romanian throne. He is the only son of H.R.H. Princess Elena of Romania and her first husband, the late Dr Leslie Robin Medforth-Mills.

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March 11, 2011: Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami
At 2:46pm local time on Friday March 11th, a magnitute nine earthquake struck off the east coast of Japan, sending shockwaves through the country for several minutes before tsnuami warnings were issued. A tsunami several metres high struck the coastal town of Sendai a short time later, destroying all in its path and travelling kilometres inland. The devestation was followed by fears of a nuclear disaster at the Fukushima I and II Nuclear Power Plants nearby, which suffered damage in the earthquake and tsunami causing the cooling system to fail and cease circulating coolant to keep temperatures at an appropriate level. Over 15,000 were killed in the disaster, almost 27,000 were injured and over 3,000 are still missing. Whole towns in coastal regions were destroyed. T.I.M. Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko toured evacuation centres and the hardest hit regions in the days following the disaster. The Emperor took to national television five days after the earthquake struck, urging his people to “never give up hope”.

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March 18, 2011: Death of Princess Antoinette of Monaco
The death of HSH Princess Antoinette of Monaco, Baroness de Massy, took place on March 18, 2011. The Princess was the first child and only daughter of Princess Charlotte and Prince Pierre of Monaco, Duke of Valentinois, born Count Pierre of Polignac. Princess Antoinette married 3 times, first to Alexandre Noghès,  with whom she has 3 children, all 3 born out of wedlock, she then married Jean-Charles Rey and finally, she married John Gilpin. She left behind her children and grandchildren.

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 King and Queen at XXIX International Journalism Awards 2012

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Their Majesties King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain presided over the Eighth “Don Quijote” and XXIX International Journalism Awards 2012 ceremony at Casa de America on Wednesday March 28th in Madrid.

The King and Queen were accompanied to the awards ceremony by the Deputy Prime Minister and several other leading dignitaries. The awards recognize and highlight quality reporting published either in Spanish or Portuguese from across Latin America and the wider world.

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King Juan Carlos during a speech stressed the “importance of journalistic excellence in the world today.”

Spanish journalist Ricardo Cantalapiedra Moro recieved the Don Quixote Award for Journalism, while the Bolivian journalist and writer Fernando Molina recieved the King of Spain award.

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Princess of Asturias Presides Over CNSE Awards Ceremony 2011

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March 15, 2012 – Madrid

 

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Her Royal Highness The Princess of Asturias presided over the CNSE Foundation Awards Ceremony in Madrid on Thursday March 15th, 2012.

The CNSE, which was founded in 1936, is the Spanish National Confederation for Deaf People, which both “defends and serves the interests of people with hearing impairments and their families.” The CNSE Awards recognize both public and private work and initiatives that improve the quality of life for people with hearing impairments.

Prior to the awards ceremony, Doña Letizia firstly chaired a meeting of the CNSE Foundation.

During the ceremony, the Princess delivered a speech where she encouraged the teaching of “bilingual speech and sign”. The Princess of Asturias also distinguished herself by displaying her use and knowledge of Spanish sign language during her closing speech at the end of the awards ceremony.

 

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IL BALLO DELLA ROSA

 

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Il Ballo della Rosa ha aperto   la stagione dello charme benefico ieri  24 marzo nella Salle des Etoiles allo Sporting Club.  La scelta della rosa di quest'anno di S.A.R. la Principessa Hannover  selezionato per l'organizzazione dell'SBM   ha un sapore "english" perché esprime  un indimenticabile movimento culturale, lo "swinging London" sviluppatosi a Londra negli anni '60. L'immagine fotografica del periodo "swinging Monaco" che il nostro giornale ha scelto è appunto quella della Principessa Grace, che resterà eternamente un simbolo di bellezza ed eleganza.
Era l'epoca in cui i grandi stilisti e coiffeurs meritavano la nostra ammirazione perché vestivano e acconciavano  superbamente le capigliature delle donne del mondo, attrici, principesse ed imperatrici! E la Principessa Grace era sempre e meravigliosamente presente e discretamente con le sue pettinature e maquillages con un portamento impeccabile in ogni circostanza. Lo chic, la classe, infatti, è stata una qualità innata soprattutto in questa "donna" dallo sguardo e sorriso caloroso. Una principessa indimenticabile, Grace, che lascia il suo scettro ad una dolcissima e bellissima Charlène.

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Il Ballo della Rosa è anche una istituzione benefica i cui proventi sono devoluti alla Fondazione Princesse Grace.
Le « English » Bal de la Rose  

Le Bal de la Rose le mois dernier a ouvert la saison du charme bénéfique dans la Salle des Etoiles au Sporting Club. Le choix de cette année de SAR Princesse de Hanovre qui a sélectionné pour l’ organisation de l'SBM, a aquis un  goût d’ "anglais" parce qu'il a exprimé un mouvement culturel inoubliable, le «Swinging London» développé à Londres dans les années 60. L'image photographique de cette période de "Swinging Monaco» que notre journal a choisi est bien celui de la Princesse Grace, qui restera à jamais un symbole de beauté et d'élégance.
C'était l'époque où les grands stylistes et coiffeurs méritaient l'admiration de tout le monde car ils habillaient et  coiffaient superbement  les "têtes" des Dames du jet set: actrices, impératrices et princesses! Et la Princesse Grace était toujours  merveilleusement et discrètement présente avec ses coiffures et maquillages combinés avec un comportement et une attitude irréprochable en toutes circonstances. Le style, la classe, en fait, était une qualité innée en particulier dans cette "Femme" au regard et au sourire chaleureux. Une mémorable Princesse Grace, qui a quitté son sceptre à une très douce et belle Charlene .

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Queen Silvia in Germany

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Queen Silvia was in western Germany over the weekend, to officially open a centre for dementia sufferers and to accept an award for her charity work.

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On Friday March 16th, the Queen was in Bottorp, where she opened a centre to be used as a meeting place for people suffering from the first stages of dementia. The centre has been funded by the Malteser International group, and utilises the philosophy of the Silviahemmet (Silvia Home), which aims to provide support for dementia sufferers to allow them to be able to control their own lives.

The Queen, who founded the Silviahemmet in 1996 after witnessing her mother’s own struggle with dementia, said that she was “pleased and proud” to be able to open the first meeting place for dementia sufferers run by Malteser. Inside the centre, the Queen spoke with some of the first people to take advantage of the facility.

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The following day, Queen Silvia attended the Steiger Awards at the Bochum Centennial Hall. She was presented with the Steiger Award in the charity division for her work to reduce the exploitation of children worldwide, which she highlighted in her speech: “250 million children must work every day. One percent of them, 2.5 million, below ground,” in reference to the Steiger Awards’ values, traditionally represented by miners – responsibility, honesty, openness and hard work.

The Steiger Awards, which translates to ‘The Miner’, presents the recipients with a statuette featuring a piece of coal inside a glass dome. Other recipients this year were German Federal President Horst Köhler, fashion designer Wolfgang Joop, German actress Christine Neubauer and US musician Lou Reed, who did not attend the ceremony due to illness.

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  LE CENTRE DE SECOURS DE FONTVIEILLE INAUGURE PAR SAS LE PRINCE SALBERT II DE MONACO

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S.A.S le Prince Albert II a inauguré le Centre de Secours de Fontvieille aux cotés du Chambellan et Commandant Supérieur de la Force publique, le colonel Luc Fringant, à 11h, le lundi 19 mars 2012. A Son arrivée, une prise d'armes s'est déroulée sur la place du Campanin.

Le Souverain a visité ensuite les locaux de ce centre avec le Lieutenant-colonel Tony Varo, Chef de corps de la compagnie des sapeurs pompiers de Monaco.

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Lors de cette manifestation, S.E. M. Hugues Moret, Ambassadeur de France à Monaco, a remis les médailles pour actes de courage et de dévouement aux onze sapeurs pompiers de la Principauté qui se sont rendus au Japon après la catastrophe du 11 mars 2011.

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Belgium’s King Albert II and Queen Paola were present yesterday at the Melsbroek Military Airport, where they were part of an official delegation which saw the departure of the parents of the students involved in the Swiss bus crash on Tuesday.

 

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The King and Queen were greeted upon their arrival by the Belgian Prime Minister, Elio Di Rupo, and Defence Minister Pieter De Crem. The group then went inside the airport, away from the media’s glare, to console the families of the twenty-two children and six adults who were killed in the bus crash.

Prime Minister Di Rupo called the day “a black day for all of Belgium,” while King Albert said his thought and prayers were with the victims’ families. The Prime Minister joined the families on the government-issued aircraft for the journey to Switzerland, where the families were taken to the morgue to identify their children and then also to the scene of the accident.

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Late Tuesday, a coach carrying fifty-five passengers was returning to Belgium following a school skiing trip to Switzerland. While travelling through the Sierre Tunnel on Switzerland’s A9 Motorway, the coach crashed into a wall, crushing the front end of the bus. Rescuers worked for hours to free the survivors of the crash, who were taken to hospitals in Sion, Bern and Lausanne for surgery and treatment. Twenty-four of the passengers survived the crash. Eight of the survivors have already returned home to Belgium.

Tomorrow has been declared a day of national mourning in Belgium.

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