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Prince Albert II of Monaco accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge. A slice of royal wedding cake sold for around A$1,465. Prince Charles’ letter to persecuted Christians in Iraq, NATO summit in Wales, and more.
Ice Bucket Challenge
Prince Albert II of Monaco (pictured below) accepted and has made his own nominations.
Guess who else in the British and European royal families have been nominated? If so, have they taken the challenge?
NATO Summit in Wales
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (R) and King Abdullah II Ibn al-Hussein of Jordan shake hands before their meeting as part of a NATO summit at the Celtic Manor Resort on 4 September 2014 in Newport, Wales.