Day: February 2, 2017

Royals criticizes Donald Trump

Royals criticizes Donald Trump

Royals
Princess Madeleine's husband Chris O'Neill criticises Donald Trump – see what Sweden's Royal Court had to say Royals tend to steer clear of commenting on political issues, so it may have come as a surprise to some when Princess Madeleine of Sweden's British-American husband, financier Chris O'Neill, took to Instagram to criticise President Trump's controversial executive order on immigration. The 42-year-old, who declined a royal title after marrying Princess Madeleine in 2013, wrote a strongly-worded post on his private account which read in part: "On behalf of all Americans, I am very sorry for the actions of our shameful president." Chris is married to Princess Madeleine, seen here with their two children, Prince Nicolas and Princess Leonore Chris' private post was shared by frie
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge Valentine Day Special Schedule Revealed

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge Valentine Day Special Schedule Revealed

Duchess Catherine
e Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting an RAF base in Cambridgeshire on Valentine's Day, Kensington Palace has confirmed. Kate, who became Royal Patron and Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadet Organisation over a year ago, will be introduced to air cadets from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Air Training Corps, who are taking part in a half-term skills development camp. This appearance will be Kate's third visit to the RAF Air Cadets since the Duke of Edinburgh passed his Patronage to the Duchess, after 63 years serving as Air Commodore-in-Chief. The statement, released on Wednesday, read: "The week acts as an initial 'camp experience' for cadets who are in their first six months of membership. Her Royal Highness will join the cadets as they view a Tutor aircraft, and part...
Speaking to the London Ambulance Service, the 32-year-old spoke emotionally about helping to evacuate injured men and women

Speaking to the London Ambulance Service, the 32-year-old spoke emotionally about helping to evacuate injured men and women

Prince Harry
Prince Harry talks movingly about life on the frontline in Afghanistan Prince Harry has opened up about his experiences on the frontline of Afghanistan during his time in the army, and encouraged others to open up about their own difficult experiences. Speaking to the London Ambulance Service, the 32-year-old spoke emotionally about helping to evacuate injured men and women. "You land and then hand them over and then are radioed to do something else," he said. "You never find out how that guy or girl recovered, whether they did recover or they didn't. I understand what you go through and thank God you have got each other." The Prince, who undertook two tours during his time in the military, was visiting to service headquarters to launch the annual awareness day Time to Talk Day, and se...