The Week that was in Royalty



Adorable Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine on their official portrait as they turn 3. Image: http://kongehuset.dk.
It's been a pretty tough week for the Spanish royals as Infanta Cristina faces fraud charges. Meanwhile, good news for Saudi royals, as Prince Alwaleed has been hailed as Saudi's most influential citizen.  More also on Prince William's going back to school and Queen Elizabeth's break from tradition of accepting flowers from well-wishers Sandringham. All these and more on the hottest news about the world of royalty.

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Bourbons Behaving Badly: How the Spanish Royals Got Into Trouble 

Campaigner damaged Queen portrait to 'highlight injustice'

Extensive record on Emperor Hirohito coming, to shed light on his role in World War II 

King Juan Carlos should abdicate, say two thirds of Spaniards

Meet Emma McQuiston, Britain's soon-to-be first black marchioness... and why the groom's parents refused to attend the wedding

Pictures of Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine as they turn 3

Preliminary charges again filed against Spain's Princess Cristina

Prince Alwaleed ‘most influential Arab’ in 2013

Prince Harry to move into Kensington Palace

Prince William begins agriculture course at Cambridge

Prince William dashes home from Cambridge University to be with Kate on her birthday

Queen breaks with tradition again today as she declines to accept flowers from hopeful children at Sandringham

Spanish fraud case batters image of monarchy

Zara Phillips becomes first member of Royal family to appearin video game

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