In this week’s show, King Abdullah of Jordan’s Clint Eastwood moment, Accession Day, a controversial new biography about Prince Charles, two royal visits to Sweden and more.
Women’s Institute and Accession Day
The Queen also attended a meeting of the Sandringham branch of the Women’s Institute on 22 January, with actress Penelope Keith as the guest speaker giving a Q&A about her acting career.
King George VI (pictured below) died in his sleep at Sandringham, and his daughter Elizabeth becomes Queen on 6 February 1952.
Find out how Queen Elizabeth II commemorates Accession Day and how it will be celebrated in Mount Isa.
Prince Charles’ Controversy
There have been many reports regarding the contents of a new biography about the Prince of Wales.
Why has William Nye written a letter to The Times, which was published on 4 February 2015, in defence of Prince Charles?
News From Denmark
Queen Margrethe’s 75th Birthday Plans are already underway.
New official photos of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary from the Danish Royal Palace.
Australian-born Crown Princess Mary also celebrated her 43rd birthday on Thursday, 5 March. Her Royal Highness was born Mary Donaldson in Hobart, Tasmania.
Royal Visit To Finland
Who else has made an official visit to Finland? Find out more in our podcast …
King Abdullah II Does Clint Eastwood
King Abdullah II of Jordan quotes Clint Eastwood’s character, William Munny, from the movie, Unforgiven, in response to the so-called Islamic State this week.
Any son of a bitch takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.
King Richard III’s Reburial
We have an update about King Richard III receiving an “effective state funeral” after 500 years in March in Leicester Cathedral.
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