Queen Fabiola of Belgium, center, wife of late King Baudouin of Belgium, blows out the candles of her birthday cake to celebrate her 80th birthday, during a gathering at the Royal Castle of Laeken outside Brussels, Tuesday, June 3, 2008. At left is her brother-in-law, King Albert II of Belgium. Standing back left is his son, Crown Prince Philippe of Belgium and standing back right, Crown Princess Mathilde.
Queen Fabiola of Belgium, fourth from left, celebrates her 80th birthday, during a gathering at the Royal Castle of Laeken outside Brussels, Tuesday, June 3, 2008. From left to right are Prince Lorenz, Princess Claire, King Albert II, Queen Fabiola, Princess Astrid, Queen Paola, Crown Prince Philippe, and Crown Princess Mathilde.
Queen Fabiola of Belgium, wife of the late King Baudouin of Belgium, reads a few words while celebrating her 80th birthday, during a gathering at the Royal Castle of Laeken outside Brussels, Tuesday, June 3, 2008. Her birthday is acutally on June 11.
Sweden's Princess Victoria holds Belgium's Princess Eleonore during her baptism in the church of Ciergnon, Belgium, Saturday, June 14, 2008. Standing right is the baby's mother, Beligum's Crown Princess Mathilde.
Dutch Queen Beatrix, left, and Richard von Weizs
Crown Prince Willem Alexander of The Netherlands, left, greets Japan's Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda at their meeting in Tokyo Monday, May 26, 2008.
Jordan's King Abdullah II, wearing a red academic robe, walks in a procession with academics at Oxford University, to a ceremony to be be awarded the degree of Doctor of Civil Law by Diploma at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, England, Wednesday, June 4, 2008.
Jordan's King Abdullah II, wearing a red academic robe, walks in a procession with academics at Oxford University, to a ceremony to be be awarded the degree of Doctor of Civil Law by Diploma at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, England, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. The king delivered an address on the future of East-West relations in the context of the Middle East's current challenges.
Queen Rania of Jordan, forground center, marches with thousands of Jordanians protesting against the rise in traffic-accident victims, in Amman, Jordan, Friday, May 9, 2008. Official numbers says five children are killed in traffic accidents every week.
South African explorer Mike Horn, left, is photographed with Prince Albert II of Monaco before the naming ceremony of The Pangea, the largest and most flexible polar expedition sailboat ever built, Saturday, May 17, 2008, in Monaco. The Pangea expedition will cross the world's oceans, continents and climate zones. Horn will be traveling a distance of more than 62,000 miles during the four-year expedition.
McLaren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain smiles on the podium after winning the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, at the Monaco circuit, in Monaco, Sunday, May 25, 2008. In the background are Princess Caroline and Prince Albert of Monaco.
Spain's King Juan Carlos, right, embraces Ecuador's President Rafael Correa, center, as Crown Prince Felipe looks on before a lunch at the Zarzuela Palace, in Madrid, Monday, May 12, 2008.
Spanish King Juan Carlos, left, talks to Spanish Renault Formula One driver Fernando Alonso at the team's garage before the Spanish Grand Prix at the Catalonian racetrack in Montmelo, near Barcelona.
Spain's King Juan Carlos speaks at the Royal Palace in Madrid, condemning the car-bomb attack in northen Spain that killed one officer and wounded four others in an attack police said was blamed on the militant Basque separatist group ETA.
Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf, left, meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, right, at the Rosersberg Palace for a reception, following a U.N. conference on Iraq, Stockholm, Sweden, Thursday, May 29, 2008.
Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf, left, meets U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, right, at Rosersberg Palace, following a U.N. conference on Iraq, Stockholm, Sweden, Thursday, May 29, 2008.
Australian author Sonya Hartnett, right, receives the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award from Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria, during a ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden, May 28, 2008. Hartnett won the award for young adult fiction.
From left, Norway's Queen Sonja, with Abel Prize winners Jacques Tits and John Griggs Thompson, King Harald of Norway and Jacques Tits' wife, Marie-Jeanne Tits, at the Royal Palace in Oslo on May 20, 2008. Thompson and Tits won the prize for their outstanding achievements in algebra.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches the antics of Tommy Mattinson, the world Gurning champion, during a visit to Whitehaven, England, Thursday, June 5 2008. Gurning is the art of making grotesque faces while sticking the head through a horse's collar. The champion is selected annually during the Egremont crab apple fair, in an event said to date back to 1267.
Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland, held a dinner for the Scottish Civic Trust at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.