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Royalty Comes to Regents

23 May 2017

Regents International School Pattaya was delighted to welcome His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Brunei, Prince Haji Al–Muhtadee Billah and his wife, Crown Princess Sarah, to the 2017 Primary FOBISIA Games which took place over the weekend.

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The Brunei Royal Family attended the three day Games to support their eldest son who was competing as part of the International School Brunei squad. Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to Regents by Acting Principal, Mr Grant Gillies and went on to enjoy watching three days of superb competitive sport.