Sunday, April 4, 2021

Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine of Denmark, celebrated their 10th birthday on January 8, 2021

Denmark's twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine celebrate their 10th birthday. In this photo shows them playfully hugging each other, while both smiling happily for the camera

Prince Vincent of Denmark turn 10 on January 8, 2021

Danish Prince Vincent is the spitting image of his father, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, and big brother, Prince Christian, 15.

Danish Princess Josephine bears a striking resemblance to her Australian-born mother, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 48.

Adorable sweet photos of the twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine of Denmark show their close bond, with Prince Vincent wrapping a protective arm around his sister Princess Josephine's shoulders.

Princess Josephine of Denmark turn 10 on January 8, 2021. 

Prince Vincent and twin sister Princess Josephine, celebrated their 10th birthday. The twins were born on January 8, 2011, and to mark the milestone, the Danish royal family released a series of new photos of them.

Danish Royal family: (L-R) Crown Prince Frederik, Prince Christian, Prince Vincent, Princess Isabella, Crown Prince Mary and Princess Josephine. Pictured together in Switzerland in January 2020

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

 

Queen Elizebeth II, enjoys a socially-distanced Easter walk with Prince Charles at Frogmore in Windsor on March 23, 2021

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles enjoy spring weather and pose for a portrait in the garden of Frogmore House in Windsor


The royals in 60s sunshine at Frogmore with Princess Anne, Princes Philip, Andrew and Edward in 1968


The Queen, who turns 95 later this month, looked radiant. Wearing one of her famed headscarves with a green, full-length raincoat and black rubber boots, she smiled and laughed, with her gloved hands in her pockets. The Prince of Wales, 72, was more formally dressed in a favorite brown overcoat, shirt, tie and brogues, but looked equally delighted to be spending time with his beloved mother.

 

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Adorable Pictures of Prince Louis of Cambridge shared by Kensington Palace who celebrates his second birthday on April 23, 2020

Prince Charles gives little Prince Louis a loving cuddle in a picture he released to mark his grandson's second birthday.

Prince Louis has paint smeared all over his face and laughing uproariously in this picture taken by his mother Kate the Duchess of Cambridge. 

Prince Louis having fun making a rainbow picture from his handprint at Anmer Hall.

Prince Louis of Cambridge having fun making a rainbow picture from his handprint.
Prince Louis of Cambridge in a Tu check bodysuit from Sainsbury's to take the adorable pictures released for the royal's 2nd birthday today - April 23, 2020


Prince Louis makes his royal family Christmas card debut in a darling baby blue sweater and coordinating navy outfit, matching his father Prince William and big sister Princess Charlotte with his mother Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and older brother Prince George - December 14, 2018

Prince Louis of Cambridge made his debut on the Buckingham Palace balcony with his parents Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during Trooping the Color in June 2019 the Queen's annual birthday celebration. At one point, Louis sweetly sucked his thumb while his parents looked on.

Prince Louis laughing along with his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, after his christening on June 9, 2018

Prince Charles shares a sweet moment with his youngest grandson Prince Louis a new set of photos released in honor of the Prince of Wales's 70th birthday on November 19, 2018

(front row L-R) The Cambridges, Prince William, Prince George, Duchess Catherine, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, July 9, 2018

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge looked adoringly at Prince Louis while leaving his christening ceremony alongside with Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, July 9, 2018

Prince Louis stole the show at his very first Trooping the Colour, which he attended with Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte. Louis was seen excitedly waving and pointing to the crowd, and was also clapping during the royal flypast.

Prince Louis is walking! The little royal showed off his confident stride at the Chelsea Flower Show, where he and his siblings visited the garden designed by the Duchess of Cambridge. Prince William looked on at Louis headed towards the camera, May 19, 2019

(L-R) The three royal siblings Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Prince George showed their appreciation for National Health Services workers by participating in the Clap for our Carers initiative. Kensington Royal posted an adorable video of the trio clapping to thank everyone on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic on March 26, 2020

Prince Louis of Cambridge looked adorable while sleeping just a few hours after his birth on April 23, 2018

Princess Charlotte giving her little brother Prince Louis a kiss - May 5, 2018

The royal family celebrated the little Prince Louis first birthday on April 23, 2019 with new images of Louis, including this sweet photo, which was taken by his mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, at the family's home in Norfolk.

Prince Louis with his mother, father, sister, and brother, and both sets of grandparents (Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Michael and Carole Middleton) as well his Uncle Harry and Aunt Meghan, Uncle James Middleton (Kate's brother), and Aunt Pippa and her husband, James Matthews (Louis's other Uncle James) on July 9, 2018

A sweet, sleepy Prince Louis on the day of his christening, July 9, 2018

Prince Louis's first official portrait on May 5, 2018

New born Prince Louis of Cambridge taking a nap while leaving the hospital with his mom and dad, April 23, 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introducing the newest member of their family, Prince Louis. - April 23, 2018

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with the young Prince Louis during the celebration of Prince Charles's 70th birthday on November 13, 2018. 

The Duchess of Cambridge holding Prince Louis following his christening on July 9, 2018

The new family of five on the day of the christening from back row left to right: Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on July 9, 2018.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis inspect a rock during their trip to the Chelsea Flower Show garden, on May 19, 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge brought the kids to watch Prince William play in a polo match for charity—and spent quite a bit of time chasing around Prince Louis, July 10, 2019

Prince William helps little Prince Louis play on a swing in the new garden designed by his wife Kate Middleton at the Chelsea Flower Show. The space was created to encourage families to spend time in nature on May 19, 2019

Prince Louis steals the show in a previously unseen photo of that family portrait session. (L-R front row) Prince George, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Charlotte, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Louis, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex - November 19, 2018

Kate Middleton and her youngest son Prince Louis exchanging a sweet moment outside of St. Mary's Hospital in London on April 23, 2018

The royal youngster Prince Louis of Cambridge was spotted in the backseat of a car on the way to a royal Christmas luncheon hosted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace on December 18, 2019.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Louis who was spotted playing with his new cousin Archie, and sporting some stylish shades, July 10, 2019
To mark Prince Louis' second birthday on April 23, 2020. Pictured, with his little hands smudged with paint and a broad grin on his face, the young royal is clearly pleased with his artistic creation.
Prince Louis looked absolutely thrilled with his rainbow colored handprint to stick on the front window of the family home in Norfolk

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Swedish Royal Family Attend The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2019 at Concert Hall on December 10, 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden.

Crown Princess Victoria stepped out in a voluminous black and white off-the-shoulder gown, which featured rose embroidery

Swedish Princess Madeleine opted for a stunning strapless bold pink gown for the occasion and aquamarine tiara

Princess Sofia selecting an electric-blue gown for the occasion and a blue tiara, customizing her wedding headpiece by adding turquoise stones to the tiara.

Princess Sofia of Sweden stood out in the eye-catching electric blue gown and altered her wedding jewels so the tiara's stones perfectly coordinating with the ensemble

Queen Silvia opted to wear the same gold gown by designer Elie Saab which she wore for the ceremony last year, paired with a glittering tiara.

The Swedish royal family put on a glittering display at the Nobel award ceremony-2019 in The Concert Hall of Stockholm this evening, pictured (L-R) King Carl Gustaf, Prince Daniel, Queen Silvia, and Crown Princess Victoria

The royal family appeared relaxed ahead of the evening's event, before joining attendees for a large banquet (L-R) Prince Carl Philip his wife Princess Sofia and his sister Princess Madeleine

Prince Daniel and his wife Crown Princess Victoria who smiled while watching her father hand out awards during the prize ceremony-2019 in Stockholm

At one stage, Princess Sofia (center) appeared pensive while attending the award ceremony in Stockholm with her husband Prince Carl Philip on the right and sister-in-law Princess Madeleine on left.

The shimmering Table of Honour takes center stage at the Novel Banquet for the laureates in medicine, chemistry, physics literature and economics

Princess Madeleine of Sweden wowed in a strapless fuschia pink gown as she accompanied US professor of medicine and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine William G. Kaelin

Princess Sofia of Sweden accompanied Swiss astronomer and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics Didier Queloz arrive for a royal banquet to honor the laureates of the Nobel Prize 2019

Crown Princess Victoria, opted for a voluminous monochrome off-the-shoulder gown for the white-tie awards ceremony at Stockholm City Hall, accompanied Professor Emeritus James Peebles, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics

General View of the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019 at City Hall on December 10, 2019, in Stockholm, Sweden.

(L-R) Princess Sofia and Princess Madeline of Sweden were seated next to one another throughout the awards evening, both donning elegant blue jeweled tiaras for the event

Guests, including Princess Sofia of Sweden (center) and Swiss astronomer and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics Didier Queloz (2nd right) watch the desserts parade during the royal banquet

A glittering occasion! Guests and Swedish royal family attend a royal banquet to honor the laureates of the Nobel Prize 2019 following the Award ceremony

The Swedish royal family attend a royal banquet to honor the laureates of the Nobel Prize 2019 following the Award ceremony on December 10, 2019

General View of the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019. For dessert at the banquet, there was raspberry mousse, dehydrated chocolate mousse, raspberry kissel, and raspberry sorbet

General View of the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019. The menu for the evening included Kalix vendace roe with cucumber, pickle-poached kohlrabi, creamy dill, and a horseradish sauce

The elegantly-laid table for the Nobel banquet 2019, complete with gold-edged plates, gold cutlery, and gold stemmed drinking glasses for wine and champagne

A glittering occasion! Guests and Swedish royal family attend a royal banquet to honor the laureates of the Nobel Prize 2019 following the Award ceremony
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband Prince Daniel attends the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony 2019 at Concert Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden handed out awards during the ceremony in Stockholm, while attendees watched on

Attendees at the Nobel Award Ceremony ahead of the event starting, including Austrian author and 2019 Laureate Peter Handke (center)

The Swedish Royal family led the guests as they arrived for the Nobel Banquet, with Queen Silvia walking into the event arm-in-arm with Carl-Henrik Heldin, Chairman of Nobel Foundation

Prince Daniel arriving with Olga Tokarczuk, Nobel Literature laureate at the Nobel Banquet 2019

Swedish Crown Princess Victoria's incredible dress featured embroidered roses into the black and white skirt, and an off-the-shoulder design by Swedish designer Selam Fessahaye. She donned the Baden Fringe tiara with a diamond necklace and drop-style earrings.

Princess Madeline stood out from the crowd in a bold pink gown, which she teamed with Princess Margaretha's Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara.  She completed her outfit with a large pair of statement diamond earrings, as she accompanied guests into the evening's banquet 2019

Crown Princess Victoria appeared in high spirits as she accompanied Professor Emeritus James Peebles, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics into the banquet hall ahead of the dinner for the Nobel prize award 2019 attendees.

Prince Carl Philip accompanied Professor Esther Duflo, laureate of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel arrive at the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019 at City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden beamed as she walked into the banquet hall arm-in-arm with Canadian-American astrophysicist, astronomer, and theoretical cosmologist and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics James Peebles

French-American economist Esther Duflo receives her Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

Polish author and laureate of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature Olga Tokarczuk and Austrian author and laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature Peter Handke

US materials scientist, a solid-state physicist, and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry John Goodenough receives his Nobel Prize from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry poses with his wife Kumiko during the Nobel Prize award ceremony

Austrian author and laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature Peter Handke looks on during the award ceremony
Princess Madeline in a bold pink gown, which she teamed with Princess Margaretha's Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara.  She completed her outfit with a large pair of statement diamond earrings.

Princess Sofia of Sweden appeared relaxed as she took a seat next to Swiss astronomer and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics Didier Queloz

Professor Esther Duflo, laureate of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel  beamed alongside Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

Princess Madeleine of Sweden (pictured center) joined conversations with US professor of medicine and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine William G. Kaeli

(R-L) Prince Daniel of Sweden accompanied co-laureate of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature Olga Tokarczu into the evening's banquet, followed by Prince Carl Philip and Professor Esther Duflo, laureate of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences.

Author Peter Handke, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2019 (pictured) arrived alongside Sophie Semin Handke who wore an artsy white dress with black detail

Canadian-American astrophysicist, astronomer, and theoretical cosmologist and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics James Peebles (pictured) beamed alongside Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

Queen Silvia of Sweden (pictured)opted for Elie Saab white and gold gown, which she paired with Queen Sofia's tiara. She completed her elegant look with a cascade of glittering jewelry and gold clutch bag

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (pictured) wowed in a voluminous monochrome off-the-shoulder gown with embroidered roses, who entered alongside Professor Emeritus James Peebles, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics

Prince Daniel of Sweden (pictured right) was seen in deep discussion with co-laureate of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature Olga Tokarczu

Princess Sofia of Sweden (pictured left) wore her hair in subtle waves with a center-parting to frame her face, she was seated next to Professor Didier Queloz, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics

Princess Madeleine of Sweden (pictured) looked glamorous with subtle pink lip gloss and eyes defined with black eyeliner,  opted for a Princess Margaretha's Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara. She completed her looks with a large pair of statement diamond earrings

Princess Sofia of Sweden (pictured) opted for pink blusher and matching lipstick for a healthy glow, and a blue tiara, customizing her wedding headpiece by adding turquoise stones to the tiara and matching earrings for the occasion.

Dr. Akira Yoshino, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (pictured center) appeared in good spirits as he sat with Kumiko Yoshino (left) and Fiona Ratcliffe at the highly anticipated banquet

Queen Silvia (pictured) appeared effortlessly elegant in an Elie Saab white and gold gown, paired with Queen Sofia's tiara and glittering jewels

Princess Madeleine (pictured) opted for sweeping her hair entirely off her face to reveal stunning silver earrings that coordinated perfectly with her fuchsia gown, which she teamed with Princess Margaretha's Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden joined conversations with Evy Heldin, partner to Chairman of the Nobel foundation

Nobel Physics laureate, Didier Queloz (pictured right) appeared delighted as he posed for photographs with Princess Sofia of Sweden

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria in a voluminous off-the-shoulder gown featured large black and white rose by Swedish designer Selam Fessahaye.  She donned the Baden Fringe tiara with a diamond necklace and drop-style earrings, appeared in good spirits as she smiled for photographs at the highly anticipated banquet

King Carl XVI Gustaf looked dapper as he jointed the prestigious banquet with Evy Heldin, partner to Chairman of the Nobel foundation who opted for a flattering metallic skirt teamed with an off the shoulder blouse, completing the look with black shoes and matching clutch bag

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden took a seat next to Nobel Prize for Economics laureate, French Esther Duflo on left and Jean Alison Peebles at the Nobel banquet
Princess Sofia of Sweden chose an eye-catching electric blue dress for the evening and a blue tiara at the Nobel Prize ceremony banquet 2019 in Stockholm

Crown Princess Victoria's incredible dress featured embroidered roses into the black and white skirt, and an off-the-shoulder design. She donned the Baden Fringe tiara with a diamond necklace and drop-style earrings.

Sweden's Prince Daniel on left and Queen Silvia attend the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony 2019 at Concert Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden dazzled in a strapless fuschia pink gown as she accompanied US professor of medicine and co-laureate of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine William G. Kaelin

Princess Madeline of Sweden stood out from the crowd in a bold pink gown, which she teamed with Princess Margaretha's Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara.  She completed her outfit with a large pair of statement diamond earrings.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden put on a dazzling display with glittering jewels at the Nobel Prize ceremony banquet in Stockholm

Swedish Crown Princess Victoria put on a dazzling display with glittering Baden Fringe tiara with a diamond necklace and drop-style earrings at the Nobel Prize ceremony banquet 2019 in Stockholm

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden opted for a voluminous monochrome off-the-shoulder gown which featured rose embroidery for the white-tie awards ceremony at Stockholm City Hall

Handsome Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden looks dapper in dark tux as he attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019 at City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.

Queen Silvia of Sweden hair details as she attends the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony 2019 at Concert Hall on in Stockholm, Sweden.

Princess Sofia of Sweden in good spirits at the Nobel Prize ceremony banquet in Stockholm

Princess Sofia chose an eye-catching electric blue dress and a blue tiara, customizing her wedding headpiece by adding turquoise stones to the piece with matching earrings for the occasion in Stockholm

Princess Madeleine of Sweden was seen in deep discussion at the Nobel Prize ceremony banquet in Stockholm
General View of the Nobel Prize Banquet 2019 at City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.