At last! Royals Round-Up is here. William went to Vietnam, Harry seemed super happy, the Spanish princesses are adorable, and Phil went to a very cool looking museum.
In case you missed it over the weekend, the Brits attended a variety of events for Remembrance Day. We also have two new recaps of The Crown for you. (You can always get to them from our new drop-down menu up top, as well — and by “them,” I mean both recaps, and the newest from all the royals.)
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And, elsewhere of interest around the internet:
– At last, Buckingham Palace is getting its MUCH NEEDED renovation. Basically, if they don’t fix it, it will burst into flames. Bonus: this article has some excellent Royal Logistics. [The Guardian]
At Order of Splendor, Charlene looked fabulous in red Carolina Herrera.
– I long for one of you to attend this exhibit at Chatsworth House and report back. [Vogue]
– There’s ALSO an exhibit of Diana’s clothing coming to Kensington Palace on the 20th anniversary of her death that sounds very interesting. [InStyle]
– This is SAUCY:
مع جلالة الملك بعد خطاب العرش السامي في افتتاح أعمال الدورة العادية الأولى لمجلس الأمة الثامن عشر #خطاب_العرش #فخر #الأردن #حب_الأردن A moment with His Majesty after he delivered the Speech from the Throne, opening the 1st Ordinary Session of the 18th Parliament #SpeechFromTheThrone #Pride #Jordan #LoveJO
Prince Harry last night attended a Walking With The Wounded reception in the Kensington Palace State Apartments. pic.twitter.com/28fKZTbjE7
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 16, 2016