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One royal couple had a dramatic incident earlier in the week when their beloved pet dog went missing from home. Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden's dog Siri got lost a few days ago, but luckily help was at hand from a police officer, who took her to a local police station to be returned to her grateful owners. Detailing the incident on Instagram, officers from The Royal Norrmalm Police Station shared a photo of Siri, as well as the moment the Swedish royals came to pick her up. "Siri was drowsy and tired after her unknown despair
Zara Tindall has opened up about the heartbreak of her two miscarriages with her husband, rugby player Mike Tindall. The Queen's granddaughter, who recently revealed that she suffered a second miscarriage, spoke of the difficulties she experienced in an emotional interview with BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Nugent. "I think that's the hardest thing in our situation, is that everyone knew," she explained whilst fighting back the tears. "And very much when things like that happen, normally it's just your family and friends, but unfortunately everyone knew about it." Zara Tindall was close to tears as she talked about her miscarriages Speaking
The royal family is always on the move – whether they are attending an event, have an official engagement or are going on a royal tour – so it stands to reason that they need their car snacks, just like everybody else! It has been revealed that the Duchess of Sussex likes to travel with Hildon natural mineral water in still and sparkling, while Kate loves to travel with a small Tupperware box to carry her snacks when she gets peckish! The water could be spotted in Meghan's car Hildon natural mineral water gained an official royal warrant after supplying the
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her family are settling into life in Florida and have found themselves a new home. According to Swedish publication Svensk Damtidning, the royals are renting a house in Miami which sits in a gated community protected by guards. They have access to a communal swimming pool and tennis court, shared by other residents. The Swedish royal court announced in August that Madeleine and her husband Chris O'Neill would be relocating to Florida with their three children, Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas and Princess Adrienne. The palace noted that the "time and opportunity for the United States