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Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal loses court battle, Scandal-hit Infanta Cristina moves to Switzerland and More Royal Updates!

Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal loses court case against woman he owes £6.5 million to after giving 'confusing and unreliable' evidence. The prince says he now plans to appeal against the judge's ruling [MailOnline]

Scandal-hit Infanta Cristina of Spain decides to move with her children to work in Switzerland two months after a court named her in a corruption case against her husband. [Telegraph]

Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej is set to move out of hospital for the first time in four years. [ABC]

Nigeria's traditional Monarchs may have been stripped of their powers half a century ago, but they appear to have lost little of their regal pomp and splendour as this fascinating series of portraits shows. [MailOnline]

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now ready to move into their new home, Anmer Hall, in the Queen’s Sandringham estate. [Telegraph]
With the celebrations of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the coming of royal baby George, royals enjoy all-time high support from Britons. [Express]

Princess Diana was ready to move to Pakistan to be with surgeon Hasnat Khan. A new article in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair claims that Diana was 'madly in love' with Hasnat. [Daily Beast]

Princess Charlene leads Monaco's royal family at the glamorous Love Ball in Monte Carlo. [Hello]

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