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Earlier tonight, Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa attended the premiere of the film D'Fifties at the Utopolis cinema in Luxembourg. The documentary by Andy Bausch deals with the topic of - surprise, surprise - the 50's in the Grand Duchy. During the journey through the post-war decade, a number of people tell the stories of their youth in relation to the media, tourism, industry, church, sports, rock'n'roll and more. RTL has a video of the event which includes an interview with the Grand Duke.
Also seemingly today though I can't find any pictures which is quite strange, Prince Hans-Adam II and Princess Marie were out and about the unveil busts of the sovereign prince's late parents, Prince Franz Josef II and Princess Gina, by artist Bertrand Freiesleben in front of the St Florin Cathedral in Vaduz. As we already talked about the love of Liechtensteiners for busts, simply check out one of our recent post for the story's details. -- Update: Check Vaterland for a picture and 1 FL TV for a video which will tell you that Hereditary Prince Alois and Hereditary Princess Sophie were in attendance for the unveiling as well.