The Jan. The King and Pavlovna owned masterpieces by Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, and Rembrandt, many of which are now on public display in the Netherlands. The large drawing of a man in a loincloth meticulously details his stunning muscular physique as he powers to elevate an immense weight above his head.
Prominent members of the British royal family have become pillars for fashion trends, especially the younger generation. Meghan Markle looked happy as could be when she and Prince Harry had the official photo shoot to announce their engagement. But royal watchers looked less at her elated demeanor and more at her bare legs under her dress-and-trench ensemble.
Fill out the form below, or call us at Besides being a strong leader, an educated woman, and an influential public figure, Middleton radiates confidence, charisma, and poise through her classy attitude and heavenly figure. You can praise Kate Middleton for pushing the royal style boundaries all you want, but there were times when the mother-of-three took it too far, both in her pre-royal days and after marrying Prince William in the Royal Wedding.
But what other fashion rules are Royal Family members expected to stick to when they're out representing The Firm? With strict rules governing what royals say and do when they're mingling with the public, a symbolic outfit is a smart diplomatic tool. This is in case any unexpected deaths occur when they're travelling abroad that require them to attend a state funeral. Like most women of 90, the Queen reportedly prefers skirts or dresses to be cut on the knee or just below the knee.
Before his fairytale royal wedding to Meghan Markle and the birth of their first child baby Archie Harrison, Prince Harry had a reputation for being the wild child of the British royal family. But it seems the Duke of Sussex was not the only Windsor with a rebellious streak, as newly unearthed reports reveal the scandalous antics of his cousin, Princess Eugenie of York. During their teenage years, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson 's daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie made headlines for all the wrong reasons thanks to salacious strip club visits and allegations of being "work shy".
They have their own team of Royal aides who control everything the media knows about the family and that's how they would like for it to stay. But it's not that easy, as the press are doing everything they can to break down the Royal privacy barrier so they can get as close and personal as possible. These following pictures all show a side of the Royal Family which they did not want you to see.
Prince Philip recently celebrated his 98th birthday — and, despite having retired from royal life two years ago, fans are just learning some surprising facts about the Queen's husband. One recently resurfaced Mirror article from claims the Duke of Edinburgh sleeps naked, as one of his employees once discovered in a rather awkward moment. Read more: 15 photos of Prince Philip acting like a commoner.
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We are publishing the photos because we think Sun readers have a right to see them. The reasons for that go beyond this one story," it added. Royal officials contacted the Press Complaints Commission PCC media watchdog to try and prevent publication, arguing it would breach his privacy, but the pictures have been widely seen on the Internet.
The Duke and Duchess were all smiles in France in March on their first official visit to the country, but pictures showing the happy scene came from a planned photoshoot. Prosecutors were in court Tuesday hearing the case filed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge against photographers and publishers of Closer. The gossip magazine is charged with invading the privacy of Kate by snapping and publishing topless photos of her. A lawyer for the magazine justified the publication on public interest grounds, saying in court the pictures disproved rumors circulating at the time that the Duchess might be anorexic.