His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent to visit Minsk’s business forum

Prince Michael of Kent – a member of the British Royal Family, a grandson of King George V and Queen Mary, a paternal cousin of Queen Elizabeth II – likely to visit the Belarusian capital in late September

As it’s been revealed, His Highness is supposed to take part in the Broadening the Horizons: Investment, Finance, Development Forum scheduled for September 29th-30th, 2016, in Minsk.

The event is organised by the National Agency of Investment and Privatisation, UNITER Investment Company and the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies (BISS). Over 300 guests are expected to participate – including, allegedly, Prince Michael of Kent. The Prince is the Chairman of his own consulting company and runs businesses worldwide.

The Prince receives no funds from the Exchequer. Upon the Queen’s consent, he earns money by heading his own consulting firm. Actually, this is not the single fact confirming His Highness’ extraordinary behaviour. He lost his right of succession in the name of love. The Act of Settlement prohibits members of the Royal Family to marry non-Anglicans. Meanwhile, in 1978, the Prince married Baroness Marie-Christine von Reibnitz – a Roman Catholic Austrian aristocrat.

As it’s known, Prince Michael of Kent is the Master of the Grand Lodge that unites about one third of all British masons.

About Yuri Drazdow (79 Articles)
Yuri Drazdow is the founder and owner of The Minsk Herald. He is also a journalist specialising in area of business and politics. He has degrees in Journalism and Software Engineering and has been working on media and IT projects in Minsk and London.
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