Friday, December 8, 2017

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York attended a launch party on Miami beach, Florida on December 8, 2017

(L-R) Fergie, Duchess of York in a cream and black dress with leather detail that she has been previously seen wearing at several high profile events, opted for flat black loafers shoes as she joined her daughters and guest on the beach. Princess Beatrice, who looked chic in all black opting for a sleeveless mini dress and a pair of black sneakers with a bee embroidered on them to tackle the sand. Meanwhile Princess Eugenie chose a lilac maxi dress with a cheeky split up each side teamed with a pair of wedged sandals for the occasion.

Both Princess Beatrice of York (L) and her mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (2nd-R) dressed in black and opted for flat shoes with the party taking place on the sand. Pictured: Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson with Gregor Muir (left) and Iwan Wirth

Royal trio Princesses Eugenie (L) and Beatrice (R) and mum Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (2nd-R) attended an exclusive launch party on Miami beach, Florida on Wednesday evening 7 December 2017

(R-L) Princess Eugenie chose a lilac maxi dress with a cheeky split up each side for the occasion. Initially the Princess be seen in a pair of wedged sandals but after arriving on the beach she quickly slipped them off to go barefoot, posed with old friend Ellie Goulding who looked casual in a pair of distressed jeans and a floral shirt, as they attended the opening of Art Basel Miami Beach, Florida on December 7, 2017.

(R) Princess Eugenie wasted no time catching up with old friend Ellie Goulding who famously performed at her cousin Prince William's wedding in April 2011

Prince Christian of Hanover married his long-term girlfriend fashion designer Alessandra de Osma in a Civil Ceremony at Chelsea and Westminster registry office in London on November 24, 2017

(C) Prince Christian of Hanover who first met his bride Alessandra de Osma pictured, when she was just 14 and acting as Prince Christian of Hanover's tour guide in Peru in 2005, will celebrate with a lavish religious ceremony in Peru on March 15th next year 2018.

Welcome to the family! On a chilly Sunday morning (November 24, 2017) in West London, the couple Prince Christian of Hanover (top row 3rd-L)  and Alessandra de Osma's (top row 2nd-R) guests were wrapped up warm as they gathered to throw confetti on the newlyweds. The groom's mother Chantal Hochuli (top row 1st-R), led the confetti-throwing, who is wearing an emerald green coat over a cerise dress.

Members of the Hanover family look on as the couple pose for images (top row L-R) Prince Christian of Hanover, Alessandra de Osma, groom's mother Chantal Hochuli, Tatiana Santo Domingo, Ekaterina Malysheva, Prince Ernst August of Hanover, Andrea Casiraghi and guests.

(front row (L-R) While the groom Prince Christian of Hanover opted for a relaxed fit navy blue suit with pale blue shirt and a mid-blue tie, the bride Alessandra de Osma's show-stealing cream Chanel coat was complemented by a pair of nude suede heels with strap detail around the ankle. The South American designer carried a spray of delicate white flowers in a simple bouquet. To the far right of the couple is Princess Alexandra, the only child of Princess Caroline and Prince Ernst August; the 18-year-old wore an eye-catching pair of sparkly gold boots with a grey wool coat

(front row L-R) The groom Prince Christian of Hanover, with his bride Alessandra de Osma wore a 50s-style cream tweed coat from Chanel's 2017 autumn/winter collection and opted for a beautiful pair of Aquazzura heart breaker suede pumps, priced at £420 and his half sister Princess Alexandra of Hanover wore an eye-catching pair of sparkly gold boots with a grey wool coat and with guests pose after their civil ceremony at Chelsea and Westminster registry office in London on 24 November 2017

(R) Groom's mother Chantal Hochuli plumes rose petals over her son Prince Christian of Hanover (L) and new daughter-in-law Alessandra de Osma afther the civil ceremony at Chelsea and Westminster registry office in London on Sunday November 24, 2017

It's official! newly wed Prince Christian of Hanover and Designer Alessandra de Osma looked elegant in a tweed cream coat with pearl buttons. She wore her brunette locks loose, during their civil ceremony at Chelsea and Westminster registry office in London

Just married: Prince Christian of Hanover and Alessandra de Osma has become one of the world's most fashionable members of the royal set in recent years; the designer is a regular on the global couture circuit, pictured with their family and guests.

The newly wed Prince Christian of Hanover and Alessandra de Osma, who has been dubbed 'Princess of the Andes' since she and Prince Christian went public with their relationship six years ago.

Sealed with a kiss: Prince Christian offers a kiss to his new wife Alessandra de Osma, as well-wishers - many from Monaco society - looks on.

Guests included Charlotte Casiraghi, pictured, the granddaughter of Princess Grace Kelly, and her boyfriend Dimitri Rassam (back row left). Charlotte Casiraghi, showcased her effortlessly cool style, opting for a masculine suit, oversized navy coat and chunky burgundy brogues for the occasion. She wore her brunette locks in a low-maintenance down do.

Prince Ernst-August Junior of Hanover, far left, was seen with his pregnant Czech-raised wife Ekaterina Malysheva, far right and Tatiana Santo Domingo (3rd-R) attends the civil ceremony of Prince Christian of Hanover and Alessandra de Osam at Chelsea and Westminster registry office in London on November 24, 2017

Andrea Casiraghi takes the air outside the Ritz for a cigarette break.

Princess Alexandra of Hanover, daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover and Prince Ernst August of Hanover, looked stylish in a warm grey belted coat as she checked her phone outside the Ritz

Spliced! Prince Christian of Hanover, 32, stands next to his fashion designer bride Alessandra de Osma after the couple were married in a low-key civil union at the Chelsea and Westminster register office. Guests included Charlotte Casiraghi and her boyfriend Dimitri Rassam (pictured second from far left and far left) Pierre Casiraghi and his wife Beatrice Borromeo (top row, second from left, second row from top, second from left)  and Andrea Casiraghi (top row, far right) and his wife Tatiana Santa Domingo (middle row, far right). The groom's mother (middle row, third from left), Chantal Hochuli, was also in attendance, wearing a deep emerald frock coat

(L-R) Brothers Pierre and Andrea Casiraghi make their way from the registry office to the Ritz

(R-L) A doorman at the luxury hotel chats with the guests Ekaterina Malysheva, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Andrea Casirgahi as they arrive for the reception at the Piccadilly hotel

Monaco high society on the steps of the Ritz: (L-R) Prince Ernst-August Junior of Hanover, Andrea Casiraghi,  Tatiana Santo Domingo, Pierre Casiraghi Ekaterina Malysheva and a doorman awaits a car outside the Ritz

The young Monaco royal Princess Alexandra then compared phone screens with her male companion awaits a car outside Ritz hotel.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Queen's Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 5, 2017 in London, England.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their third child, were decked out in all their finery for the Queen's Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 5, 2017

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wore the Lover's Knot tiara which she is accustom to wear on ceremonial occasions such as tonight's reception at Buckingham Palace

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be wearing a white silk gown which featured intricate embellishment around the neckline off-set by an elegant diamond necklace, during Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was joined by Prince Charles of Wales, who too was dressed in all of his finery including several ceremonial medals for the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on 5 December 2017

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, stunned in a white lace gown which was paired a four-string pearl necklace fixed with a diamond clasp, and she top off with glittering Boucheron tiara that once belonged to the Queen Mother. The Duchess of Cornwall is also wearing The Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II, an honor bestowed on female members of the British Royal Family by the monarch and worn on formal occasions, during Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge looked his dapper best in white tie, attended the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge seen wearing glittering head piece the Lover's Knot tiara. She appeared to be wearing a white silk gown which featured intricate embellishment around the neckline off-set by an elegant diamond necklace. She swept her brunette locks up into a low chignon revealing a pair of pearl drop earrings. As she made the short trip from Kensington Palace to Buckingham Palace for the annual celebratory dinner.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall stunned in a white lace gown which was paired a four-string pearl necklace fixed with a diamond clasp and opt for glittering Boucheron tiara that once belonged to the Queen Mother as she attend the Queen's Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 5, 2017

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall stunned in a white lace gown which was paired a four-string pearl necklace fixed with a diamond clasp. She was pictured wearing the Boucheron tiara, a piece from the Queen's collection most famously worn by the Queen Mother that The Duchess of Cornwall favours when it comes to choosing a tiara. She also wearing The Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II, an honour bestowed on female members of the British Royal Family by the monarch and worn on formal occasions.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was joined by Prince Charles of Wales, who too was dressed in all of his finery including several ceremonial medals for the reception.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales depart after attending the annual Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 5, 2017 in London, England.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales departs after attending the annual Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace on December 5, 2017 in London, England.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, visited a boarding school at Pensionnat Jules Lejeune in Wezembeek-Oppem, Belgium on December 5, 2017

Queen Mathilde of Belgium play tennis table as the students at the secondary school gathered to watch The Belgian Queen play during a visit to a boarding school.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium kept her blonde bobbed hair in a soft side parting and kept her make-up look natural. She accessorized with three flower brooches and matching gold leaf earrings.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, looked smart for the occasion, opting for a stylish forest green dress with capped sleeves. She nipped in her waist with a thin putty-colored belt. She accessorized with three flower brooches and matching gold leaf earrings. She continued the color theme with her watch and bracelet, during a visit to a boarding school at Pensionnat Jules Lejeune in Wezembeek-Oppem in Belgium

Queen Mathilde of Belgium challenges pupils to a table tennis match during a visit to a boarding school. She appeared in good spirits but also looked determined to win the match.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium showed her fun-loving nature during a visit to a boarding school. The Queen challenged pupils to a game of tale tennis while at Pensionnat Jules Lejeune in Wezembeek-Oppem on December 5, 2017.

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark marked the 500th Reformation Anniversary in Copenhagen on December 4, 2017

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik held hands (pictured) during the service in Church of Our Lady, which the church holds sentimental value for the Royal couple - where they wed in 2004

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attending a church service to honour the 500th anniversary of the Reformation movement in Copenhagen

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark dressed simply, but beautifully in a grey wraparound coat, opted for a dark blue hat and carried a bouquet of white roses among other flowers as she entered the church in Copenhagen.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark in a grey wraparound coat to protect her against the biting Danish winter, she paired her coat with a dark-coloured hat. She wore her hair loose and straight, and carried a bouquet of white roses among other flowers as she attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark opted for an elegant grey wraparound coat, which she paired with trademark stilettos and a darkly-coloured hat, with her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark who is dapper in a dark suit, paired with light blue shirt and maroon tie attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The Reformation movement is being celebrated in both Denmark and around the rest of Europe.

Crown Princess Mary opted for an elegant grey wraparound coat, which she paired with trademark stilettos and a darkly-coloured hat; and carried flowers, as she attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation


Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark pictured,  are especially busy in the lead-up to Christmas, with any number of festive appointments and get togethers before they head to Australia for Christmas 2017

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark hold hands and giggle together as they return to the  Church of Our Lady where they were married 13 years ago on May 14, 2004, for an official event in Copenhagen

Prince Christian of Denmark decorating the tree in Amelienborg Palace

Christmas fir tree in Amelienborg Palace - decorated by Crown Princess Mary, Crown Prince Frederik and their children

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and her family decorating their Christmas tree in Amelienborg (pictured)

Princes Christian, and Prince Vincent, can be seen helping their parents, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, to decorate the tree, alongside Princess Isabella, and Princess Josephine in Amelienborg Palace

Last year in 2016, the royal children also helped to decorate their elaborate Christmas tree (pictured) from right to left: Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, the twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent.
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attended a church service in Copenhagen to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.