ROYALS.  Prince Harry gets into a fight with the police and King Albert II says goodbye to his yacht

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Saying goodbye is never easy, especially when it’s a multi-million dollar hunt. However, that was exactly what King Albert and Queen Paola did this week. Furthermore, the European royals were on holiday and there was a skirmish with the police.

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The Alpa IV, the luxury yacht that King Albert II and Queen Paola bought in 2009 for 4.6 million euros, has been sold. Officially, the vessel has been for sale since 2021 for 1.95 million euros, although that price was quickly reduced to 1.7 million. It is not known how much the yacht ultimately brought in, but the sale was in any case through the Turkish company Ultramar Istanbul.

The Alpa IV.

The Alpa IV. © SuperYachtTimes

Prince William, Kate Middleton and their daughter Charlotte visited the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham earlier this week. Charlotte was clearly having a good time and was photographed several times with a broad smile.

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The royals are also in need of some relaxation every now and then. For their annual holiday, the Spanish royal family also went to their country house in Mallorca this summer and they enjoyed being tourists there.

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Eloise van Oranje is also on holiday in Mallorca. The princess posted about it on her own Instagram profile and immediately put her beach outfit in the spotlight.

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We’ve known for some time that Prince Harry doesn’t get along well with the rest of the British royal family at the moment. But the prince is not on good terms with the government either. For the second time, the Prince has now sued the Home Office for no longer enjoying police protection and is also targeting the Metropolitan Police.

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