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Royal Events this Week - August 18-24

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Prince Philipp Erasmus of Liechtenstein

August 19 - Prince Philipp Erasmus of Liechtenstein turns 67. He is the second son of Prince Franz Joseph II and younger brother of Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. Image: Wikimedia

August 19 - Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway turns 40.

Prince Gabriel of Belgium. Image: China Daily

August 20 - Prince Gabriel of Belgium turns 10. He is the first son and second child of King Phillippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium.

King Mohammad VI of Morocco. Image: Wikimedia

August 21 - King Mohammed VI of Morocco celebrates his 50th birthday. He became king in 1999 upon the death of his father King Hassan II.

Queen Noor of Jordan. Image: Wikimedia

August 23 - Queen Noor of Jordan celebrates her 62nd birthday. Born Lisa Najeeb Halaby, Queen Noor was the fourth wife of King Hussein and his queen consort from 1978 until 1999.


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