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« on: September 29, 2013, 01:54:40 PM »

Official website of the pretenders of the throne of Serbia in English :
---> http://royalfamily.org/index.php?sLang=en  ---> If you're curious about them, it's worth visiting.  Thumb up
There are doing a lot of activities (more than Kate & Willy  Whistle ), so I thought they deserve their thread, no ?

A lots of news of their website here : http://royalfamily.org/index.php?en_news,53

Two other old thread about some members of this family:
- http://royaldish.com/index.php?topic=1351.0 Princess Christina Oxenberg of Serbia and Montenegro
- http://royaldish.com/index.php?topic=6457.0 Deposed royals celebrate Serbia's Crown Prince wedding anniversary


"The Royal Family (from left to right) Their Royal Highnesses Prince Peter, Crown Prince Alexander II,
Crown Princess Katherine, Prince Philip and Prince Alexander"
Source : http://royalfamily.org/in...ex.php?en_royal-family,19

From Wikipedia, the history of the family, the 'Karađorđević dynasty': http://en.wikipedia.org/w...or%C4%91evi%C4%87_dynasty




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Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine:
September 26: Walking in the streets of Belgrade:







They seem to be quite popular.  Thinking
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« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2013, 05:57:01 PM »

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The last King: HM King Peter II of Yugoslavia (born 6 September 1923 - death 3 November 1970)

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King Peter II of Yugoslavia was the firstborn son of King Alexander I and Queen Maria of Yugoslavia. King Peter II was born in Belgrade 6 September 1923 his Godparents were King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother of Great Britain). His education commenced at The Royal Palace after which he went to Sandroyd School in England, which he left after his father's assassination in 1934. Since King Peter II was 11 years old and underage at the time of his father’s assassination, a regency was formed consisting of three regents including his great uncle Prince Paul Karadjordjevic.

In 1939 at the beginning of the Second World War, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia found itself surrounded by countries that had joined the Axis as allies of Nazi Germany. Prince Paul's decision in 1941 to sign a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany resulted in severe protests in the country and this led to a government crisis and a coup d’état by Yugoslav officers on 27 March 1941. As a result of the coup, King Peter II was proclaimed of age.

The Yugoslav Army was unprepared to resist the ensuing invasion by Nazi Germany and Yugoslavia was occupied within eleven days. King Peter II was forced to leave the country along with the Yugoslav Government - initially to Greece, Palestine and then to Egypt. King Peter II joined other monarchs and leaders of German occupied Europe in London in June 1941. There King Peter was regarded by the people of Yugoslavia as the symbol of resistance against Nazism. King Peter II completed his education at Cambridge University and joined the Royal Air Force.

Despite the collapse of the Yugoslav army two rival resistance entities were formed. The first resistance entity was the loyalist one led by Yugoslav Army Colonel Dragoljub Mihailovic who was later promoted to General and made the Minister of Defence of the Yugoslav government in exile. The other resistance entity was that of the communist Partisans led by the communist party leader Josip Broz - later known to the world as Tito. A bitter civil war followed during the German occupation.

The Allies, having initially supported General Mihailovic later threw their support behind Tito. The Partisans entered Belgrade in 1944 in the wake of Soviet tank brigades and illegally established a communist Government. In November 1945, the monarchy was illegally abolished without a referendum and Yugoslavia remained a totalitarian single party state under the League of Communists for more than four decades.

King Peter II never abdicated. Initially King Peter II lived in exile in London with his wife (he married the Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark in 1944, she was the daughter of King Alexander of the Hellenes and Aspasia Manos) and his son Crown Prince Alexander was born in 1945.

King Peter II spent the last years of his life in America. After a long and grave illness, King Peter II died 3 November 1970 in Denver Hospital Colorado, and he was buried at the St. Sava Monastery Church in Libertyville Illinois. He was the only king buried in the United States. The King's remains were transferred to Royal Palace  Chapel on 22 January 2013 for a State Funeral on 26 May 2013 at the Karadjordjevic dynasty Mausoleum of St. George in Oplenac, Serbia where His Majesty will join other members of The Royal Family.
http://royalfamily.org/in...x.php?44,hm-king-peter-ii

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The last King's parents :HM King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Queen Maria of Yugoslavia.
http://royalfamily.org/in...alexander-i-of-yugoslavia & http://royalfamily.org/files/temp/marija.jpg


The pretender of the throne:

HRH Crown Prince Alexander II (born 17 July 1945) :

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On 17 July 1945 while living in Claridge's Hotel, Queen Alexandra gave birth to a son - HRH Crown Prince Alexander II of Yugoslavia. Crown Prince Alexander, the heir to the throne, was born on Yugoslav territory as the British Government under the orders of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill declared suite 212 in Claridge's Hotel Yugoslav territory. His Holiness Patriarch Gavrilo of Serbia baptized the newborn Crown Prince in Westminster Abbey with Godparents King George VI and HRH Princess Elizabeth (now HM The Queen Elizabeth II).

After the war, King Peter II was illegally prevented from returning to his country by the communist regime, which had seized power in Belgrade. HM King Peter never abdicated. The King and Queen lived in exile in many countries (United States, France, Italy and England).

HRH Crown Prince Alexander II was educated at  Marie-José (Switzerland), Le Rosey (Switzerland), Culver Military Academy (Indiana, USA), Gordonstoun School (Scotland) and Millfield (England). He subsequently went to the British Royal Military Academy and in 1966 was commissioned an officer in the British Army. Crown Prince Alexander served in the 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers rising to the rank of captain. His tours of duty included West Germany, Italy, Middle East and Northern Ireland. After leaving the army in 1972, Crown Prince Alexander II, who speaks several languages, pursued a career in international business.

Although King Peter II died in 1970, the Crown Prince, as the heir to the throne decided at the time not to use the title of King - which he felt would have had little meaning in exile. He made it very clear at that time that he was not renouncing his title, or the dynastic right to the throne.

In 1991 Crown Prince Alexander accompanied by Their Royal Highnesses Crown Princess Katherine, Hereditary Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Prince Alexander travelled to Belgrade where they were very enthusiastically received by hundreds of thousands of people who see the Crown Prince as the embodiment of all that is best for democracy and Constitutional Parliamentary Monarchy.

Before the 5 October 2000 revolution in Serbia, the Crown Prince visited Serbia in 1992, 1995 and 2000. The Crown Prince travelled to Montenegro and Kosovo in 1999 and Bosnia and Montenegro in 2000. The Crown Prince and his family have been living in The Royal Palace in Belgrade since 17 July 2001.

HRH Crown Prince Alexander has always been a very ardent defender of democracy and human rights. In 1989, he took a very active role in helping his people shake off the legacy of decades of dictatorship and the regime. During the next decade the Crown Prince Alexander conducted numerous meetings and maintained constant contact with the democratic opposition and democrats throughout the former Yugoslavia. In November 1999, Crown Prince Alexander convened a large conference in Budapest for the representatives of the Democratic Opposition in Serbia.
http://royalfamily.org/in...crown-prince-alexander-ii <-- For more infos, see this link.


HRH Crown Princess Katherine (born 13 November 1943)

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Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine was born in Athens, Greece 13 November 1943. She is the daughter of Robert and Anna Batis.

Princess Katherine was educated in Athens and Lausanne Switzerland. Crown Princess Katherine studied business at the University of Denver, Colorado, and the University of Dallas, Texas. Princess Katherine was in business for a few years in the United States. In 2007 Princess Katherine received an honorary degree in Doctor of Letters from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.

Her Royal Highness was previously married and has two children David and Alison. David has a son, Alexander and Alison has four children: Amanda, Stephanie, Nicolas and Michael and they live in Greece. Princess Katherine has travelled extensively and has lived in Australia, Africa and the United States.

Princess Katherine met HRH Crown Prince Alexander in Washington DC in 1984 and they were married in London 21 September 1985. Their best man was HM King Constantine of the Hellenes, and the witness was HRH Prince Tomislav, Crown Prince Alexander's uncle.

Princess Katherine's charitable activities have been numerous, especially since the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. Her Royal Highness has brought much needed relief especially to children, the elderly and all those in need regardless of religion or ethnic origin. Princess Katherine is the Patron of several humanitarian organizations including Lifeline Humanitarian Organization. At the beginning of August 2001 The Foundation of Her Royal Highnesses Crown Princess Katherine was established in Belgrade with the aim to continue and increase humanitarian activities.
http://royalfamily.org/in...-crown-princess-katherine <-- visit here for more information


HRH Hereditary Prince Peter (born 5 February 1980)

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Hereditary Prince Peter was born 5 February 1980 in Chicago, Illinois. He is the eldest son of HRH Crown Prince Alexander and HIRH Princess Maria da Gloria of Orleans and Bragança. Prince Peter is the grandson of HM King Peter II and HM Queen Alexandra. His Godfather is HRH Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, son of HRH Prince Regent Paul of Yugoslavia.

Prince Peter lived in Chicago until the end of 1981, when he moved with his parents to Virginia. In 1983, he first attended morning pre-school in Tyson's Corner, Virginia, following this he went to day school. In 1988 at the age of eight, he attended one of London's top preparatory day schools.

Prince Peter graduated from The King's School Canterbury in England having obtained three "A" level's in Art, Spanish and French, and ten GCSE's (General Certificate of Secondary Education).

Prince Peter completed in London an art foundation course at Camberwell College of Arts (London Institute). He also completed a series of design and illustration programmes on the European continent mainly in Barcelona and Seville. After spending a year at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) on the East Coast of the United States, he started working in the field of graphic design and art direction in London and New York, working with many international clients and brands. His passions include collaborating with other creatives outside of his direct area of expertise to achieve new and exciting visual concepts and ideas in a variety of media.
http://royalfamily.org/in...h-hereditary-prince-peter


HRH Prince Philip (born 15 January 1982)

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His Royal Highness was born in Fairfax, Virginia on 15 January 1982. He is the fraternal twin of Prince Alexander and second in the line to the Throne after Hereditary Prince Peter. He is the son of HRH Crown Prince Alexander II and HIRH Princess Maria da Gloria of Orleans Bragança. Prince Philip is the grandson of HM King Peter II and HM Queen Alexandra  His Godparents are HM King Constantine of the Hellenes, HM the Queen of Spain and HRH the Duchess of Calabria.

Prince Philip lived in Virginia until 1984. Together with his twin brother, he first attended kindergarten in Sevilla, Spain. In 1990 at the age of eight, he attended one of London’s top preparatory schools. In June 2000, Prince Philip graduated from The King's School Canterbury in England having obtained three "A" levels in Spanish, Politics, and Geography, and ten GCSE's (General Certificate of Secondary Education).
http://royalfamily.org/in...p?11,en_hrh-prince-philip <-- More information here


HRH Prince Alexander (born 15 January 1982)

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His Royal Highness was born in Fairfax Virginia 15 January 1982. He is the fraternal twin of Prince Philip and he is third in line to the Throne after his elder brothers Hereditary Prince Peter and Prince Philip. He is the son ofHRH Crown Prince Alexander II and HIRH Princess Maria da Gloria of Orleans Bragança. Prince Alexander is the grandson of the HM King Peter II and HM Queen Alexandra  His Godparents are HM the Queen of Spain, HM King Constantine of the Hellenes, and HRH the Duchess of Calabria.
http://royalfamily.org/in...2,en_hrh-prince-alexander <-- More information here

The dynasty : http://royalfamily.org/in...x.php?en_royal-dynasty,98
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« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2013, 07:18:41 PM »

Great thread, LittleThunder, for some reason I cannot see your [Add] button to give you a  Star

I'll guess, it's because you are off line. I'll remember to add it once I see it  Thumb up


EDIT: it worked, just added it!
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« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2013, 07:22:35 PM »

I just added a photo of the golden cross tiara to the tiara thread this morning  Great thread Little Thunder  Thumb up
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« Reply #4 on: September 29, 2013, 07:39:15 PM »

 Star and thanks LT for motivating me into another fascinating foray into the world of 'shoulda woulde coulda oughta' kings.
CP Katherine looks like she's just about 4 feet tall. Makes me like a giant sequoia at 5'2''  Laugh bounce
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« Reply #5 on: September 29, 2013, 08:42:38 PM »

 Star Thank you RDishers !  Jumping

The Crown of Serbia and the beautiful  Golden Cross tiara posted by whimsicalwriter (from the "Tiara" thread) :


http://royalfamily.org/in...en_the-regalia,87#display[gal]/3/

The crown of the former RF of Yugoslavia.
^ More photos on the link that I can't copy and paste here.
The Golden Cross tiara



The sad thing is that they seem to be more dedicated than some royals of a reigning family (*winkwink* Frederik and William).  Whistle
The news page of their site is quite impressive by the numbers of apparition. http://royalfamily.org/index.php?news,53
They are less (as far as I know  Tongue ) ridiculous than Pavlos and Marie-Chantal with their celebrities attitude.

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I noticed that they have "Advisory Bodies of the CrownBlink despite they are not a reigning monarchy. http://royalfamily.org/in...ry-bodies-of-the-crown,21

--> "Privy Council" : is composed of the children of the (non-)royal couple and other people like the BBC journalist Djordje Novakovic or Dusan T. Batakovic, an historian, Lecturer at the Department of History of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Belgrade University. 8 men in total. http://royalfamily.org/in...x.php?en_privy-council,93

--> "Crown Council": 18 people http://royalfamily.org/in...php?en_crown-council,94,3

--> "Crown Cabinet": http://royalfamily.org/in...x.php?en_crown-cabinet,95

--> "Art Council": http://royalfamily.org/index.php?en_art-council,96

--> "Botanical Council": http://royalfamily.org/in...p?en_botanical-council,97

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And... the "Royal Warrants"
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Royal Warrants are a prestigious mark of recognition to those who are regular suppliers of goods and services to the Royal Compound. The decision to award Royal Warrants is made by HRH Crown Prince Alexander II the Head of the Royal House. All the details regarding the use of the Royal Warrant are regulated by separate rules and contracts.

Royal Purveyors are allowed to display the Royal Coat of Arms with the words “By appointment to HRH Crown Prince Alexander II” on the packaging of their products. Royal Warrants are regulated by Contract and valid for a year, which may be extended or terminated by both sides. Termination can occur at any time if certain conditions are not met.

The tradition of Royal Warrants exists in all European Monarchies. In the Kingdom of Yugoslavia Royal Warrants were given for the first time during the reign of His Majesty King Alexander I (Crown Prince Alexander’s grandfather), and it has now been re-introduced.
http://royalfamily.org/in....php?en_royal-warrants,22

Is there another former royal family with so much... organization ?  Thinking


"TRH Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Prince Alexander" http://royalfamily.org/in...-and-prince-alexander,118  <-- Gallery photo here

The one in gray (Alexander I suppose) seems like he doesn't belong to the family, he doesn't look like his twin brother.  Laugh bounce
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« Reply #6 on: October 21, 2013, 08:50:20 PM »

October, the 12th :

The Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine (the one who isn't an official royal but work far more than Waity  Whistle ) at a folklore festival at Topola.






October, the 14th:
Princess Katherine hosted a lunch with Serbian Ladies at the Royal Palace about the breast cancer.


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« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2013, 08:11:03 PM »

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"TRH Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Prince Alexander" http://royalfamily.org/in...-and-prince-alexander,118  <-- Gallery photo here

The one in gray (Alexander I suppose) seems like he doesn't belong to the family, he doesn't look like his twin brother.  Laugh bounce
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Thanks for all the links.   Very interesting info... That's a very bad suit, & haircut, for Alexander.  Other pictures on the website show him as much better looking than that!    The picture of the boys with CP Katherine is especially nice.     
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« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2013, 03:49:50 AM »

Here are a few videos of CP Katherine Speaking Serbian:

an interview: http://youtu.be/C0FrfnlYr08

a speech: http://youtu.be/i5ePJc2n_TA

joint interview with her husband CP Alexander: http://www.youtube.com/wa...p;list=PL08C64D38EF7DE990
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« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2013, 10:03:36 AM »

My mother used to have a collection of (bundled) old (Dutch language) magazines.
When looking at them I found a reoccuring item about banned royals, among others about Peter II and his wife Alexandra. Very interesting, it sparked my interest in banned/non-reigning royals. I think I am going to look for them when visiting my parents again.  Hopefully she still haves them.
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« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2013, 05:25:55 PM »

Here are a few videos of CP Katherine Speaking Serbian:

an interview: http://youtu.be/C0FrfnlYr08

a speech: http://youtu.be/i5ePJc2n_TA

joint interview with her husband CP Alexander: http://www.youtube.com/wa...p;list=PL08C64D38EF7DE990
Katherine radiates warmth and charm IMO.
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« Reply #11 on: November 14, 2013, 12:37:41 AM »

Here are a few videos of CP Katherine Speaking Serbian:

an interview: http://youtu.be/C0FrfnlYr08

a speech: http://youtu.be/i5ePJc2n_TA

joint interview with her husband CP Alexander: http://www.youtube.com/wa...p;list=PL08C64D38EF7DE990
Katherine radiates warmth and charm IMO.

I noticed that as well, which is why I like her
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"Royal Couple at Buckingham Palace for Philharmonia concert and dinner" 22/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...rmonia-concert-and-dinner

"In the presence of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke of Kent
London 22 November, 2013. Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine went last night to a concert and dinner at Buckingham Palace. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales is the Patron of the Philharmonia Orchestra one of the world's great orchestras, founded in 1945.
Their Royal Highness attended the event with their friends Mr and Mrs Baha Bassatne and spent an enjoyable evening. "



"Crown Prince Alexander extends congratulations for Hanukkah to the Jewish community" 26/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...h-to-the-jewish-community



"HRH Crown Prince Alexander II extended his congratulations for the Hanukah Jewish holiday, to H.E. Mr. Yossef Levy, Ambassador of Israel to Serbia, Mr. Isaac Asiel, Great Rabi of Serbia and Jewish community leaders.

Crown Prince Alexander II said in his congratulations: “It is my great pleasure to extend congratulations for the great Holiday of Hanukkah. May you remember one of greatest miracles in long Jewish history in happiness and joy with your loved ones”. "



"Crown Princess delivers speech at First Serbian Women’s Forum “Making a difference”" 26/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...ing-a-difference%E2%80%9D



"Her Royal Highnesses Crown Princess Katherine attended the First Serbian Women’s Forum “Making a difference” at Hotel Metropol Palace in Belgrade today and addressed the participants at the formal opening."


"Crown Prince Alexander at opening of exhibition “Njegos Chapel in Lovcen and architect Nikola Krasnov”" 26/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...t-nikola-krasnov%E2%80%9D



"His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II attended tonight the opening of the exhibition “Njegos Chapel in Lovcen and the architect Nikola Krasnov” at the Ethnographic Museum. The exhibition is dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of Bishop Petar II Petrovic Njegos. "


"Royal Family wish all Americans Happy Thanksgiving" 27/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...ricans-happy-thanksgiving



"Their Royal Highnesses wish all Americans Happy Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving holiday is celebrated the fourth Thursday of November in the United States of America and is known worldwide as an American custom."


"Royal couple attend “Prima” International School in Belgrade new premises opening" 29/11 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...rade-new-premises-opening



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine attended tonight the opening of the new premises of the International School “Prima” in Belgrade."
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« Reply #13 on: January 10, 2014, 07:32:34 PM »

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"Crown Princess opens International Women’s Club (IWC) Belgrade annual charity Bazaar" 1/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...ade-annual-charity-bazaar



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine attended the opening of the International Women’s Club Bazaar (IWC) today in Hall Two of the Belgrade Fair.  HRH Crown Princess Katherine officially opened the Bazaar."


"Royal Couple deeply saddened by the death of President Nelson Mandela" 6/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...-president-nelson-mandela



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine and family were deeply saddened by the death of President Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander sent condolences to President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, the people of South Africa and President Mandela’s family. The Crown Prince said: “The world has lost a great statesman and liberator that everyone loved and admired. My wife, family and I extend our condolences to you, the people of South Africa and the family of President Nelson Mandela”.



"HELLO! Magazine’s persons of the year award reception at the White Palace" 10/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...ption-at-the-white-palace



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine together with grandson Michael Grafinkel hosted a reception for “Person of the Year 2013” chosen by Hello! Magazine readers tonight at the White Palace. The reception was organized by the Color Press Group and all award recipients were chosen by votes of readers of Hello! Magazine."


"Royal Couple hosts International School students on “Children Helping Children” educational tour" 11/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...E2%80%9D-educational-tour



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine hosted the children from international schools as part of the “Children Helping Children” charity campaign."


"“Organ transplantation in Serbia“ scientific gathering at the White Palace" 11/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...ering-at-the-white-palace



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine hosted “Organ transplantation in Serbia” gathering today at the White Palace, organized by Astellas Pharma doo Company that launched their representative office in Serbia. "


"Princess Katherine attends “Cat in boots” German Embassy performance for children" 12/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...-performance-for-children

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"E. Mr Heinz Wilhelm, German Ambassador to Serbia, has invited Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine, accompanied by her grandson Michael Garfinkel, to attend today the theatre show “Cat in boots“ in Bosko Buha theatre in Belgrade that is traditionally supported by the German Embassy every year for children from orphanages and socially vulnerable groups."


"Patron Saint Day celebration of the Royal Family - Saint Andrew the First Called" 13/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...t-andrew-the-first-called



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine celebrated today The Royal Family’s Patron Saint Day – Saint Andrew the First Called in the Royal Palace in Belgrade."


"Royal Couple host Southeast Europe Media Law Moot Court Competition closing ceremony at The Royal Palace" 15/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...emony-at-the-royal-palace



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine hosted the closing ceremony of the seventh Southeast Europe Media Law Moot Court Competition, which was held tonight at the Royal Palace. In addition to the Royal Couple, the students were welcomed by HE Mr. Nikola Selakovic, Minister of Justice and Public Administration of the Republic of Serbia "


"125 years since the birth of HM King Alexander I of Yugoslavia" 16/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...alexander-i-of-yugoslavia



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine accompanied by Prof. Dr Slobodan Markovic, member of the Crown Council, member of the Crown Cabinet, attended the celebration of the 125th anniversary of the birth of HM King Alexander I of Yugoslavia, in the Royal Mausoleum of St. George’s Church in Oplenac. The Memorial service was officiated by His Grace Bishop Jovan of Sumadija."


"Royal Couple host opening of The Danish House in Serbia and exhibition “A modern Royal Household”" 16/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...-royal-household%E2%80%9D



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine hosted this evening the opening of the exhibition “A modern Royal Household” for the first time in our region. The exhibition shows exceptional restoration and contemporary artistic decoration of Their Royal Highnesses the Danish Crown Prince Couple’s Residence - Frederik VIII's Palace in Amalienborg, Copenhagen. This extraordinary exhibition is organized by The Royal Palace Fund, The Danish House in Serbia, Danish Cultural Institute and the Crown Prince Alexander Foundation for Education and Culture. At the same time, an official beginning of work of The Danish House in Serbia was introduced."


"Royal Couple at Megatrend University Anniversary" 17/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...nd-university-anniversary



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine attended tonight the marking of the 24Th Anniversary of Megatrend University.
Prof. Dr Mica Jovanovic, Rector of Megatrend University presented the activities of the University during the previous year. After the official part, our famous singer Ms Lena Kovacevic gave a lovely concert."



"Holiday Season Charity handicraft Bazaar under the patronage of HRH Crown Princess Katherine Foundation" 18/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...cess-katherine-foundation



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine, together with Mr. Vladimir Cucic, Commissioner for Refugees of the Republic of Serbia opened today the traditional Holiday Season Charity handicraft bazaar in “Dom Vojske” at Brace Jugovica 19 Street, Belgrade.
The Bazaar is organized by HRH Crown Princess Katherine’s Foundation with the aim to help women refugees and internally displaced persons who have been trying for years to sustain them and their families by producing these beautiful handicrafts. Also, pupils from schools for children with developmental problems exhibit their works at this Bazaar."



"Crown Prince Alexander II attends marking of Special Anti Terrorist Unit Day" 18/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...l-anti-terrorist-unit-day



"His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II accompanied by Prof. Dr Dragoljub Kavran, member of the Crown Council, attended today the marking of Special Anti Terrorist Unit Day, known in Serbia as Specijalna Antiteroristička Jedinica (SAJ)."


"HRH Crown Prince Alexander II Christmas message – Gregorian calendar 2013" 23/12 2013 http://royalfamily.org/in...3-gregorian-calendar-2013



"On the day we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, the day of great joy for all Christians, I wish the citizens of Serbia and people across the world who celebrate Christmas the very best wishes from my family and myself. May everyone enjoy peace, love and happiness.
Christmas is also the time for people to come together, to give and to share and to be at peace, the time to build respect for each other that helps us all be stronger.
My family joins me in wishing all of you a peaceful and Happy Christmas and a very Happy New Year 2014.
Peace on Earth and goodwill for all!
Christ is born!  /Alexander
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*January, 2014*

"Traditional Christmas receptions at The White Palace" 4/1 2014  http://royalfamily.org/in...tions-at-the-white-palace



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine hosted today traditional Christmas receptions for over 1200 children without parental care at the White Palace in Belgrade."


"HRH Crown Prince Alexander II Christmas and New Year Message Julian Calendar" 5/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...r-message-julian-calendar

"His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II extends Christmas and New Year’s greetings to the citizens of Serbia who celebrate Christmas according to the Julian calendar."



"HRH Crown Princess Katherine humanitarian delivery to Kovin Psychiatric Hospital" 5/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...ovin-psychiatric-hospital



"Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine, accompanied by Mrs Kathy Fanslow, president of Lifeline Chicago humanitarian organization and her daughter Ms Tracy Armstrong visited today the Special Psychiatric Hospital in Kovin and delivered a valuable donation obtained thanks to Lifeline Chicago."


"Christmas Eve at the Royal Palace" 6/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...s-eve-at-the-royal-palace



"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine, Hereditary Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Ms Marisha Green, Mr Vladimir Bozovic, space secretary at the Ministry of the Interior, together with Mrs Kathy Fanslow, president of Lifeline Chicago Humanitarian organization and her daughter Ms Tracy Armstrong, celebrated Christmas Eve this evening at the Royal Palace in Dedinje.

The traditional burning of the Yule log was performed in front of the Royal Palace and was blessed by Father Gaja Gajic, representative of St. Sava Temple and Father Panayotis Kartasios, representative of the Greek Orthodox Church in Serbia."



"Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine supported General Hospital in Uzice" 6/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...general-hospital-in-uzice

"Due to a crises that struck the people of Uzice owing to the lack of pure drinking water, Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine immediately reacted by sending a donation of 3,000 litres of bottled water to the General Hospital in Uzice. This donation was obtained thanks to the generous support of Coca Cola Hellenic Serbia AD and will cover the elementary needs of patients for the period of one week.

Their Royal Highnesses stated that they are deeply concerned about the lack of basic human needs in that city and that they will certainly monitor the situation in order to react if needed, adding that they express their very deepest gratitude to Coca Cola Hellenic Serbia AD for the prompt reaction in a festive time as well as wonderful generosity in supporting the people of Uzice."



"Royal Couple attend Christmas Liturgy" 7/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...-attend-christmas-liturgy

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"Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine attended this morning the Holy Liturgy in the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel in Belgrade. The Holy Liturgy was officiated by His Holiness Patriarch Irinej of Serbia and Hierarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church."


"Princess Katherine’s Christmas Humanitarian activities" 7/1 2014 http://royalfamily.org/in...s-humanitarian-activities



"Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine traditionally visited children’s hospitals in Belgrade on Christmas Day, and gave packages and toys to children. HRH Crown Princess Katherine visited the “Institute for Mother and Child Dr Vukan Cupic,” the University Children’s Hospital in Tirsova and the children’s department of the Orthopaedic Clinic “Banjica”."


"Telegraf: Christmas Interview of Peter III Karageorgevitch - Constitutional Monarchy is Serbia’s salvation" 7/1 2014



Interview here; http://royalfamily.org/in...erbia%E2%80%99s-salvation


"Princess Katherine serves Christmas lunch to children at “Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj” Orphanage" 8/1 2014  http://royalfamily.org/in...c-zmaj%E2%80%9D-orphanage





"Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine took part in the “Christmas lunch” humanitarian event in the Home for children without parental care “Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj” in Belgrade today.
This traditional event is organized this year by the Junior Chefs Club of Serbia Association, and beside HRH Crown Princess Katherine famous Serbian Chefs served Christmas lunch to the beneficiaries of the Home. The food for this event was a donation from Cord Company."
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