Commemorations in Brussels, terrorist attack in London, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Paris visit, Princess Anne at Portsmouth and two Crown Princes compete in a historic ski race.
Brussels Remembrance Ceremony, 22 March
King Philippe, Queen Mathilde and the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel attended the 1st Anniversary commemorations in Brussels.
Read King Philippe’s Speech.
— Belgian Royal Palace (@MonarchieBe) 23 March 2017
The Queen’s Condolences
Queen Elizabeth II sends her condolences after a terrorist attack in the heart of London on 22 March.
Condolence Messages For Queen Elizabeth
Heads of state and other world leaders send their condolences following the terrorist attack at Westminster on 22 March 2017.
Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Australia stands in resolute solidarity with the people of Britain in war against terrorism. Our heartfelt sympathies are with the victims.
— Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) March 22, 2017
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Paris
William and Kate flew into Paris for a state visit, ahead of Brexit, and met with President François Hollande.
A visit to the Eiffel Tower
… and the Museum D’Orsay
Princess Royal Jetty
A new aircraft carrier jetty was named in the Princess Royal’s honour at Portsmouth.
— Forces News (@ForcesNews) 20 March 2017
Princess Anne, who is the Commodore-in-Chief Portsmouth, later met with workers and bomb disposal experts.
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark compete in a cross-country ski race based on a historic event dating back to 1206.
Find out about the history of this cross-country ski race.
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