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GUESTROW, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 28: Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Danish Crown Princess Mary, who is pregnant with twins, tour Schloss Guestrow palace on September 28, 2010 in Guestrow, Germany. Prince Frederik and Princess Mary are on a two-day visit to northern Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Princess Mary and Prince Frederick of Denmark, during their recent official visit to Germany

Princess Mary (former Mary Donaldson of Hobart, Tasmania--part of Australia), the wife of Denmark's future King, Prince Frederick, is pregnant with twins! The couple already have two children, Prince Christian, four, and Princess Isabella, three. Princess Mary, according to an article in Hello!Magazine, will give birth on January 2011.

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KLOSTERS, SWITZERLAND - MARCH 31:  HRH Prince Charles walks with his sons Prince William (R) and Prince Harry during the Royal Family's ski break at Klosters on March 31, 2005 in Switzerland.  Prince Charles was overheard criticizing the press by whispering 'Bloody people.'  The royal family traditionally offers stage-managed photocalls in return for their privacy during their holiday in Klosters every Spring.  This year, however, the agreement has already broken down when paparazzi was snapping Prince William with his girlfriend, Kate Middleton.  (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
Very close than ever. Prince Charles with his two sons, Prince Harry and Prince William, spending a relaxing skiing holiday in Klosters, Switzerland. 

After 20 months of training and hard work, finally, Prince William, 28, earned his wings as search-and-rescue pilot at the Royal Armed Forces. He will be known as Flight Lieutenant Wales. He will be joining an elite group of search and rescue pilots prepared to respond to the missions of carrying out aids both to the military and civilians in the United Kingdom. Prince William was trained to the very high standard expected for search-and-rescue pilots, he learned to fully operate the Sea King helicopter, traditionally used for critical life-saving situations. As Flight Lieutenant Wales, the 28-year-old future British King, is expected to respond to missions and operate a rescue helicopter despite bad weather conditions.


Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiancee Charlene Wittstock dance during the Red Cross Ball in Monte Carlo July 30, 2010.The Red Cross ball is a traditional and annual charity event in the Principality of Monaco. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (MONACO - Tags: ROYALS)
Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock during the royal wedding of Princess Victoria of Sweden 

The Grimaldi Royal House of Monaco announced Prince Albert II will wed his fiancee, Charlene Wittstock, a South African Olympian, on July 9, 2011. Wittstock had moved to the Principality of Monaco in the late part of 2006 to be with Albert. Prince Albert has been Monaco's ruler since the death of his father, Prince Rainier III, in April 2005. He has two siblings: Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie, until he sired legitimate children, Albert's successor is his older sister, Princess Caroline. Since April 2005, she is carrying the title Her Royal Highness, Princess Caroline of Hanover, the Hereditary Princess of Monaco. She is married to the Prince of Hanover, Ernst August, a direct descendant of Queen Victoria of Great Britain.


MADRID, SPAIN - JUNE 15: King Juan Carlos of Spain and Queen Sofia of Spain attend 'Toison de Oro' ceremony at the Zarzuela Palace on June 15, 2010 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images)
His Majesty, King Juan Carlos of Spain and Her Majesty, Queen Sofia.

Just recently, the Spanish Royal Family cut budget up to 9 % from their annual allotment from the parliament. The "belt tightening" is part of the austerity measures of Spain to  reduce budget deficit. Under the rule of a constitutional monarchy form of government, the head of the state or the ruling sovereign, is entitled to parliament's budget for his or her household and family expenditures. This budget reduction of Spain will make King Juan Carlos the least expensive crown head of Europe. 

In Great Britain, Queen Elizabeth II had been receiving criticisms from the public for her household expenditure, with the exception of the Prince of Wales (Prince Charles is not included in the parliament budget because his income is fully generated from the Duchy of Cornwall), all direct members of the British Royal Family, including the maintenance of the crown properties, are supported by the public funds.


Another tragic match haunt the European royalty. After the mismatch pair of Sweden's Crown Princess, Victoria with a gym trainer, Daniel Westling, now comes another mess, her younger brother, Prince Carl Philip is in love with model and reality show star, Sofia Hellqvist, she is not only a commoner, but suggest an unwelcome image, she once posed naked with a Swed magazine, the potential scandal of spreading her nude photos in the internet however was blocked by the Department of Communication of the Swedish Royal Family. (below photo: HRH Prince Carl Philip of Sweden)

HAMBURG, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 24:  Prince Carl Philip Of Sweden arrives at the Rathaus during his visit to sign the golden book at Hamburg's Rathaus on September 24, 2008 in Hamburg, Germany.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

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