King Leopold III of Belgium, father of Princess Esmeralda, met with Herbert W. Armstrong in 1968. The Ambassador International Cultural Foundation worked in cooperation with the Leopold III Fund for Nature Research and Conservation in the fields of anthropology and exploration.(PT)
King Leopold III of Belgium, father of Princess Esmeralda, met with Herbert W. Armstrong in 1968. The Ambassador International Cultural Foundation worked in cooperation with the Leopold III Fund for Nature Research and Conservation in the fields of anthropology and exploration.
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Princess Esmerelda’s Admiration for Herbert W. Armstrong

June 20, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
The princess listed Herbert Amstrong as first founding member of King Leopold III Foundation for Conservation of Nature.
 

On Aug. 13, 1984, Belgian Princess Esmeralda visited Ambassador College in Pasadena, California, for a special luncheon with a longtime royal family friend, the college’s founder and chancellor.

Princess Esmeralda, the youngest daughter of the late King Leopold iii and Princess Lilian, grew up in the castle of Argenteuil near the famed Waterloo. Herbert W. Armstrong had been a guest at the castle for meetings with the king. While studying journalism, the princess lived in Paris, where she gained notoriety working for Le Figaro newspaper.

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