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The Week that was in Royalty

From a slice of a royal wedding cake that sells thousands of dollars and royal birthdays to royal tours abroad and alleged hurling of tomatoes, here are the hottest news about the world of royalty.

A slice of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding cake fetches $4,160.
Image: The Daily Beast

A slice of Prince William and Kate's cake fetches $4,160

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary visit Mexico 

Crown Princess Katherine celebrates her birthday 

Crown Princess Mette-Marit undergoes neck surgery

The Dutch Royal Family embarks on a tour in the Carribean.
Image: Hello Canada
King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima and children take a break and embarks on a royal Caribbean tour 

Prince Charles dances the Hokey Cokey in Sri Lanka 

Prince Charles opens Commonwealth Summit in Sri Lanka 

Prince Charles turns 65. Will The Queen abdicate soon? 

Prince Charles during his visit to Sri Lanka.
Image: Getty Images/MailOnline
Prince Charles urges Commonwealth to bring "touch of healing" to world's troubles 

Prince Guillaume celebrates 32nd birthday 

Prince Harry will make a 200 mile trek to South Pole in honour of injured soldiers

Prince Philip makes first foreign visit since surgery; gives tribute to war dead 

A stunning Princess Charlene wows everyone during a
charity gala last Friday. Image: Reuters/MailOnline
Princess Charlene of Monaco stuns in a breathtaking sapphire gown as she attends her own charity gala in Monte Carlo  

Russian activists hurled tomatoes at Dutch King Wilhelm and Queen Maxima on their visit to Moscow 

Spain prosecutor opposes indicting king's daughter in graft probe 

The Queen's sends message to the President of the Philippines, donates own money to typhoon victims 

The turbulent relationship between Princess Vicky - QueenVictoria's daughter - and her son Wilhelm gave the future Kaiser a bitter hatred of England, claims new documentary 

Twenty-five things you should know about Prince Charles 


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