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**Look back at Past Months**
September
Royal Birthdays 
11th Queen Paola of Belgium (84) 
15th Prince Harry (37) 
15th Prince Daniel of Sweden (48) 
15th Queen Letitia of Spain (49) 
22nd Princess Märtha Louise of Norway (50)  

Royal Events 
August 24th - September 5th Japan - Paralympics 
4th UK - Braemar Games in Scotland
21st - 26th UK RHS Chelsea Flower Show
? Sweden - State Opening of Parliament 
21st Netherlands - Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)/ State Opening of Parliament 

October
Royal Birthdays 
4th Prince Emmanuel of Belgium (16) 
9th Duke of Kent (86) 
15th Prince Christian of Denmark (16) 
15th Sarah, Duchess of York (62) 
17th Princess Marie Caroline of Liechtenstein (25) 
19th Prince Laurent of Belgium (58) 
25th Princess Elisabeth of Belgium (20) 
28th Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein (54) 
31st Princess Leonor of Spain (16) 

Royal Events 
(3rd Father's Day: Luxembourg) 
? Norway - State Opening of Parliament 
3rd UK -  London Marathon
? Denmark - State Opening of Parliament 
12th Spain - Fiesta Nacional de España (National Day of Spain) 

November
Royal Birthdays 
2nd Queen Sofia of Spain (83) 
8th Lady Louise Windsor (Wessex) (18) 
11th Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg (40) 
14th Prince Charles (73) 
15th Peter Phillips (44) 

Royal Events 
(14th Father's Day: Norway, Sweden) 
13th UK - Festival of Remembrance 
13th Liechtenstein - 30th Anniv of Accession of Prince Hans-Adam
14th UK - Remembrance Sunday 
15th Belgium - Koningsfeest (King's Feast) 
19th Monaco - National Day 
? UK - Royal Variety Performance 

December
Royal Birthdays 
3rd Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway (16) 
6th Princess Sofia of Sweden (37) 
6th Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein (21) 
7th Princess Catharina-Amalia of Netherlands (18) 
10th Princess Gabriella of Monaco (7) 
10th Crown Prince Jacques of Monaco (7) 
17th James, Viscount Severn (Wessex) (14) 
23rd Queen Silvia of Sweden (78) 
25th Princess Alexandra of Kent (85) 

Royal Events 
? UK - Diplomatic Reception 
? - Christmas card should be mailed by
4th  Belgium - 20th Wedding Anniversary of King Philippe & Queen Mathilde of Belgium 
10th Norway - Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and Banquet 
10th Sweden - Nobel Prize Ceremony and Banquet
11th Sweden - Royal Banquet for the Nobel Laureates at Palace
17th Bhutan - National Day 
(2020 Christmas & New Years Speeches) 
  • 24th Christmas Eve 
    • King Felipe of Spain - Speech 
    • Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg - Speech 
    • King Philippe of Belgium - Speech
  • 25th Christmas Day 
    • Queen Elizabeth of UK  - Speech 
    • King Carl Gustaf of Sweden - Speech 
    • King Willem-Alexander of Netherlands - Speech 
  • 31st New Years Eve 
    • Queen Margrethe of Denmark - Speech 
    • Prince Albert of Monaco - Speech 
    • King Harald of Norway - Speech

14 comments:

  1. and how about Princess Claire, Amalia, Felix & Liam of Luxembourg? Why they aren't in the list?

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    1. This isn't a list of everybody. We try to keep it focused on the important, relevant, and interesting royals.
      If we tried to add everyone:

      For Luxembourg: After we added Felix & Claire and their kids, we really ought to all the Grand Duke and Duchess's other kids and grand kids.....And what about the Grand Duke's brothers and sisters, and their spouses, and kids and grand kids...... (We would have to be up to at least 40 people by then).... And then there is Grand Duke Jeans siblings, their spouses and kids and grandkids, etc. The line of succession goes on forever.

      For each Royal Family we had to figure out where to stop. Which is a tough task and we looked at each royal family individually. With Luxembourg, we decided to only include Jean, Henri, Maria Teresa, Guillaume, and Stephanie.

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  2. Princess Catharina-Amalia will turn 15 in December :)

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  3. Hey I think our made a mistake, Prince Nikolaus of Lichtenstein is not 70 not 18 and is born in October

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    1. You are thinking about Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein (Prince Hans-Adam's Younger brother). He is turning 70 on October 24th. I have tried to keep this list to 110 royals, so we aren't including a lot of the extended royal family like Prince Hans-Adam's younger brother.

      The Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein we have included on this list is Hereditary Prince Alois & Hereditary Princess Marie's youngest son.

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  4. is there any specific reason why some royals are getting bold font and some are not?

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    1. We've bolded some of the more important birthdays that people may want to make special note of: everything ending in a 5 or 0, plus 1-5 & 100+, and any other birthday that is significant to that country like 18.

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  5. And UK's state opening of parliament? Isn't it on 20t may?

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    1. No date has been announced yet for the UK State Opening of Parliament this year.

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  6. Tomorrow is the 98th Birthday of HRH The DOE Prince Philip of Britain.I like to wish him the happiest Birthday ever. It is with great pleasure seeing him on occasions of his choosing,like the Wedding of Lady Gabriela Windsor and Mr. Tom Kingston. There we seen him very happy. But I think the light of his life is the Queen just like it should be.

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  7. Looking forward to the birth of baby Mapelli Mozzi in Oct of this year.Also maybe we will be lucky and get a ton of photos, of the new arrival and his cousin August. Life is getting back to normal, thank god. What ever the new normal will be.

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  8. The husbands of Pss Beatrice of York Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and her sister Pss Eugenie if York Mr Jack Brooksbank are not included in the birthdays in your list. I know this two men are fairly new members of the British RF. I think the complete list of everyone would take too much time and space. So thank you for all you did write about.

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    1. Our list is limited to 110 European Royals. the Spouses of the Queen's Grandchildren are not included, except for the Kate and Meghan as working/former working royals.

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