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"I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved. I know that I can give love for a minute, for half an hour, for a day, for a month, but I can give. I am very happy to do that, I want to do that."
- Princess Diana

Look who’s back!

Sorry I’ve not really been on this blog for awhile (giver or take 2-4 months). I have been so busy with school, and lots of family drama and couldn’t really keep up. But Right now I am back with some edits and I’m setting up the queue so I can get back on track!



Princess Beatrice getting lunch today

Her hair is so pretty.

New pictures released to celebrate Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s 10th birthday

Happy 10th Birthday, Princess Ingrid Alexandra! (b. 21 January 2004)


Crown Prince Haaakon and Crown Princess Mette Marit attended today the presentation of the “Role Model” prize at the Nobel Peace Center.



Congrats to the very happy couple!

“Their Royal Highnesses the Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess had the great joy to announce that Prince Felix and Princess Claire expect their first child. Birth is scheduled for June. The Grand Duke, Grand Duchess, Grand Duke Jean and Grand Ducal Family and the Lademacher family join in this great happiness.” (x)

First royal baby in 2014! :)

The King and Queen of Bhutan in India

The King and Queen of Bhutan in India


Prince Carl Philip attends the Swedish Sports Gala, Ericsson Globe in Stockholm today


Crown Princess Mary in Myanmar.

(She’s sooo wonderful in these pics! I adore her!!)


Prince Carl Philip today the medal ceremony for the Swedish Afghanistan strength (FS 25). The medal ceremony took place at the Royal Tennis Hall in Stockholm.

The troops honored during this ceremony had served in a seven moth stint in Afghanistan.

Source: Kungahuset


Crown Prince Haakon lights the Lillehammer Winter Olympics’ Olympic Flame, 1994.

Prince Harry in 2013


The Queen’s youngest grand-daughter has undergone apparently successful surgery to correct a severe squint she has had since birth.

Ten-year-old Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor suffered from exotropia, a condition that turns one eye outwards and could have caused significant problems with her vision if left untreated.

It is believed the corrective surgery was carried out on the advice of doctors in recent months.

Her transformation was first evident when Louise, the eldest child of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, attended a racing event at Royal Ascot in December.

It could also be seen as she accompanied her parents, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, to church at Sandringham on Christmas Day.

Although Buckingham Palace has declined to comment on her health, it is understood Louise, who in 2011 was a bridesmaid for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was first operated on when she was just a toddler.

As is often the case, however, it soon became clear that she would require further treatment when older.

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