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Prince Johan Friso. Image: Wikimedia
Prince Johan Friso’s funeral set this Friday. [Expatica]

King Carl XVI Gustaf
Let us relish King Carl XVI Gustav’s 40 years on the throne. [Kungahuset]

Princess Isabella of Denmark with Mom and Dad. Image: Hello
Princess Isabella of Denmark is now a grown up girl. Check out how thrilled she was as she makes her way to school. [Hello

Monaco's Andrea Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo. Image: ARD
Monaco readies for the wedding of Prince Andrea Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo. []

Prince Philip resumes round of official engagement. Image: AP
Prince Philip is back! The Duke of Edinburgh makes his first public appearance two months after his stomach operation. [MailOnline]

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark. Image: Wikimedia
Government and Prince Frederik speak out against Russia’s anti-gay law [CPHPost]

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. Image: Wikimedia
Norway celebrates Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s 40th birthday [Norway Today]

Princess Irina of Romania and her husband. Image: CNN
Princess Irina of Romania and her husband John Wesley Walker were arrested after due to charges of operating an illegal cockfighting arena in Oregon. Princess Irina is the third daughter of King Michael of Romania. [USA Today]

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