The Economist writes of the royal family: Could Princess Geraldine one day be Queen?
Two weeks ago, Prince Leka and Elia Zaharia became parents for the first time when the little girl they decided to call Geraldine came to life.
The news of the birth of Princess Gerraldine was covered by the Albanian and foreign media. Recently, "The Economist" wrote an article dedicated to the birth of the little girl, but also a brief history of the Albanian royal family and her struggle to stay on the throne.
On October 22, the Albanian royal family was happy to announce the birth of Princess Geraldine. The happy parents are Leka Anwar Zog Reza Baudouin Msiziwe Zogu, or more simply Prince Leka II, who claims the throne and his wife Princess Elia, an actress. Could a baby one day be a queen? "- raises the question" The Economist ", while further showing the journey and relationship of the royal family with Albania and Albanians from 1928 until today.
Taken from The Economist