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All of the gowns donned by the European Royal Ladies at the joint 80th birthday dinner for King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway (May 9th, 2017)

20 October 2012 | Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg and her brother Count Jehan de Lannoy arrive at her wedding ceremony to Prince Guillaume Of Luxembourg at the Cathedral of our Lady of Luxembourg in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. The 30-year-old hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg is the last hereditary Prince in Europe to get married, marrying his 28-year old Belgian Countess bride in a lavish 2-day ceremony. © Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images


July 12th, 2014 → April 22nd, 2017 : The christenings of Prince Felix and Princess Claire’s children, Princess Amalia Gabriela Maria Teresa of Nassau and little brother, Prince Liam Henri Hartmut of Nassau. 

Amalia, third in line to the Luxembourgish throne, was christened at the Saint Ferreol Chapel in Lorgues, France and her godparents were Felix Lademacher and Princess Alexandra, her maternal uncle and paternal aunt. Liam, fourth in line to the Luxembourgish throne, was christened at the Vatican in Vatican City and his godparents were Prince Sébastien and Anna Maria Pamin, his paternal uncle and a friend of his parents’. 


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge joins the Luxembourg Prime minister Xavier Bettel, Princess Stephanie and Crown Prince Guillaume for a walkabout during a day of visits in Luxembourg where she is attending commemorations marking the 150th anniversary 1867 Treaty of London, that confirmed the country’s independence and neutrality. || 11.5.2017

Princess Alexandra, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie , Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume pose for a photo during the Duchess of Cambridges visit to the Grand Ducal Palace on May 11, 2017. 

“The Duchess is participating in the official commemoration of the 1867 Treaty of London and will attend a series of engagements to celebrate the cultural and historic ties between the UK and Luxembourg.” 

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The Duchess of Cambridge extended a one-day visit to Luxembourg at the request of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the Duchess’ second solo overseas visit on behalf of the royal family, and it was requested by HM to mark commemorations of the 150th Anniversary of the Treaty of London. A series of engagements celebrating the historic and cultural ties between the UK and Luxembourg completed the itinerary for the Duchess’ visit with Princess Stéphanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, and her husband Prince Guillaume. 


Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxembourg, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, and various members of the Dutch Royal Family at the 50th birthday celebrations of King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands on April 29th, 2017.

Other royals rumored to be in attendance include the Crown Prince Couple of Norway, Princess Martha Louise of Norway, the King and Queen of Belgium, the Crown Prince Couple of Denmark, other members of the Luxembourg Grand Ducal Family, and Prince Daniel of Sweden. We obviously saw the King and Queen of Spain posing for photographers earlier today before attending the dinner celebration. 

Hopefully more names of attendees and photos will surface in the next day or so!