On October 1, 2012 The Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended the wedding their cousin Andreas Westling to Amanda Tegner in Gävle, Sweden. Amanda and Andrew are close friends of Daniel and Victoria and they have attended the royal wedding and Estelle’s baptism.

If you interested in learning about the traditional male arabic clothes, dresses and their names :

1. The agal also spelled iqal, egal or igal, is an accessory worn usually by Arab men. It is a black cord, worn doubled, used to keep the ghutrah in place on the wearer’s head.It is usually worn by Arabs of the Arabian Peninsula (Saudi Arabia, Jordan, south of Iraq, and the Gulf Arabs), with the exception of Yemen and Oman.

2.  The keffiyeh or kufiya also known as a ghutrah, shemagh, ḥaṭṭah, mashadahcemedanî (Kurdish), is a traditional Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf, usually made of cotton. It is typically worn by Arabs, as well as by some Jews and Kurds

3.   A thawb or thobedishdasha, kandura, khamis or jalabiyyah in Libya, is an ankle-length Arab garment, usually with long sleeves, similar to a robe. It is commonly worn in the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and neighbouring Arab countries. An izaar is typically donned underneath.

4.  Who knows about the origins of this Kerkusha? Tassel (sometimes called a tarbush) that has been likened to a tie? It appears to have little purpose other than serving as a fashion statement and a linen toy that Emirati men can play with? :) 

harry’s timelines: 2015  →   The Commemorations Gallipoli Campaign Centenary

Prince Harry and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales visited V Beach Cemetery in Seddulbahir, Turkey. Turkish and Allied powers representatives, as well as family members of those who served, commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign with ceremonies at memorials across the Gallipoli Peninsula. │ April 24, 2015 

↪ AQUARIUS AS THE TYRANT QUEEN                                disclaimer

                             Kneel to your Queen, because you have no choice.
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