Curtea Veche Publishing and the Philharmonic “George Enescu” invites the public to the launch event of “The Royal Etiquette” by Sandra G?tejeanu George. The event will take place today from 17.00 at the Romanian Athenaeum (Str. Benjamin Franklin no. 1-3, foyer), in the presence of members of the Royal Family. Entry will be free.
The author, Sandra Gatejeanu George, shares her experience as Director of Protocol of His Majesty King Michael of Romania: “It is essential to understand that the etiquette is not an outdated or outmoded concept […] Respect of protocol rules is always a prerequisite of the success of the official or private events”.
Richly illustrated with vintage images and recent photographs of members of the Royal Family or details related to royal protocol, the book presents in a concise and structured manner the etiquette that has accompanied so far, or that accompanies further the events taking place under the aegis of the Royal House. We find, therefore, from a brief history of royal ceremonial significance of the concept of “order of precedence” and the symbols of supreme authority – the royal insignia; from the rules of etiquette in the presence of members of the Royal Family (both in meetings and in writing) to the appropriate outfits for different types of events; from themed receptions to decorating ceremonies; from the title of “Supplier of the Royal House” to the relations between the Royal Family and representatives of the Diplomatic Corps; from formal or official dinners to royal visits (both in country and abroad) and major royal celebrations.
“This volume is not a manual of style. He is a discreet way to put ourselves in front of the mirror . None of us is born with the etiquette in the blood. It is not a shame or a crime that we have wrong behavior to ourselves, to our own family or in the society. Shame is not to open pages of such a book and to stubbornly believe, despite the evidence, that you’re right, refusing to become better”.( HRH Prince Radu of Romania).
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