Ever wonder what the 1200 people on staff do at the palace? Here’s an infographic to sort it all out (thanks to jobsite.com)!
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HRH Princess Marie of Denmark has paid a visit today to the Danish Emergency Management Agency. Her visit included a tour and demonstration of the agency’s equipment and procedures.
The princess has a keen interest in DEMA’s disaster preparedness, and decided to bring her boys along – Prince Joachim included – to tour the facilities. In October 2012, the princess was trained in first aid, fire fighting, rescue, and team work during an Emergency Services campaign at the Tønder Grundskole school. Photos of Marie showed a large bruise on her face, but thankfully it was only makeup as the princess took part in the practical training.
This time it was a family affair, and Marie’s little son Henrik joined his parents and brothers Nikolai and Felix as they watched demonstrations of equipment and vehicles. The royal group donned hard hats and goggles and even lent a hand during some techniques.
The King’s Ginger Liqueur – This unique liqueur became famous in the reign of King Edward VII when, at the request of the King’s doctor, it was produced as a warming drink for His Majesty to take after winter morning rides in his new horseless carriage.
The Queen’s Visit To Bowmore The Queen visited the Bowmore distillery in Islay, Scotland on August 9th, 1980. They bottled some of their finest whisky on the day to commemorate the event. The Bowmore is one of the oldest and most prestigious distilleries in Scotland.
The Royal Marriage Whisky St. George’s Distillery presents the Royal Marriage, a fine English Whisky. It is a very special limited release bottling created for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011.
Bell’s Diamond Jubilee Whisky Celebrate Her Majesty’s 60 year reign with this Bell’s Diamond Jubilee decanter. This is a limited edition commemorative, so buy today!
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Video: Yorks Promote UK, Day 1 Bea’s speech and the patriotic Mini at the Brandenburg Gate.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s first official portrait has been unveiled today at the National Portrait Gallery. I think artist Paul Emsley captured her perfectly!
More information can be found the official website for the Prince of Wales.