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King Philippe's Twitter Account Hacked, Cambodians Appeal to King to Delay Opening of Parliament, Prince Charles Becomes One of the Oldest Heirs to the British Throne and More Royal Updates!

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The King's Twitter account hacked by a journalist. The hacker even managed to send glad tidings: "I feel good as King of the Belgians! Long live Belgium!" [Expatica]

Monks and Cambodian opposition leaders urge King Norodom Sihamouni to delay opening of parliament [Reuters]

Saudi Princess Meshael Alayban has been cleared of charges. Image: AP
Meshael Alayban, the Saudi princess accused of human trafficking a 'slave maid' into her California home is cleared of all charges. [Mail Online]

King Juan Carlos
King Juan Carlos shrugs abdication rumors ahead of hip surgery. [Expatica]

Prince Charles
While the Queen is Britain's oldest reigning monarch, Prince Charles is now the oldest heir to the throne in 300 years. [BBC]

Sophia, Electress of Hanover. Source: Wikimedia
Hanover's Electress Sophia remains as the oldest heir to the throne, who died at 83. [Mail Online]





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