The Beaming Queen has introduced a new equestrian horse named Glory of Azerbaijan

The Queen smiled again during her surprise appearance yesterday to receive a special gift from the President of Azerbaijan. The 96-year-old welcomed a rare Karabakh horse at Windsor Castle, a day before surprising royal spectators with a visit to Paddington Station to open the Elizabeth Line. Walking in hand, the Queen waited outside the castle … Read more

Jan Wittens: “Frustration at my familiarity with my classical repertoire in Flanders has given way to admission”

Wendy Van Wanten from Aalter and Jan Wuytens from Oostnieuwkerke from Kruiseke (Wervik) will be with the ‘Jubilee aan Zee’ show at Het Witte Paard in Blankenberge this coming summer. On Monday 27 and Tuesday afternoon on Tuesday 28 June, Jean will present a comedy show with Jean-Pierre Mirin known as De Popkoning at De Kleine Prins in Kruiseke. In the fall, Jan will travel to Prague for a classic project and also to West Virginia (America). Jan remains true to his classic and vocal genre. In his country, this does not lead to such recognition, but he remains loyal to his own Flanders and to his own company, Landhuis De Kleine Prins in Kruiseke. Jean admits, “Frustration about my familiarity with classical music’s repertoire gave way to acceptance.”

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Show your child on your social media? “It’s a wanted item for criminals” | family

Posting an innocent picture of your child proudly on social media: It should be possible. Unfortunately, images of children can easily end up in the child pornography network, according to the Experts Agency on Online Child Abuse (EOKM). Even if only your child’s face is visible. Plus, you’re depriving your child of the opportunity to … Read more

Live together, but nothing arranged? More and more people are in trouble

The Association of Family Lawyers, Inheritance and Divorce Mediators (vFAS) sees an increase in cohabitants experiencing problems upon separation. Especially since many spouses cannot properly legally arrange their affairs. Today, a million couples live together without a “butter bill.” In 400,000 cases they have children. In 1995, only 12 percent of cohabitants were unmarried. In … Read more