Today, June 6, is National Day over in Sweden, which looks a bit different than previous years. Typically, the Royal Palace in Stockholm is open extra hours for visitors, but it’s closed this year. Instead, Crown Princess Victoria is doing virtual tours. Additionally, there is typically a concert among other activities. Those have been cancelled. […]
The Swedish Royal Court announced some big changes for the royal household today. Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia‘s children – Prince Alexander and Prince Gabriel – and Princess Madeleine and Chris O’Neill‘s children – Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas, and Princess Adrienne – will no longer be styled HRH (or HKH in Swedish). The loss […]
I’ve mostly not been paying attention to what’s been happening over in Sweden for the last couple weeks, so here is a royal round up of a few of the recent goings on of Princess Madeleine and Crown Princess Victoria.
Here is a little royal round up of some things that have been happening. Prince William officially left his job with the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA), the Swedish royal family color-coordinated in blue for their summer photo, and the Belgian royal family color-coordinated in purples for National Day.
I’m still catching up on stuff from last week before the Cambridge tour starts later today. So here is a post about Crown Princess Victoria‘s 40th birthday celebrations in Sweden.
My how time has flown. I remember when Princess Madeleine announced her pregnancy back in September 2013, and when she gave birth in February 2014. Well, now it’s 2017 and Princess Leonore is celebrating her 3rd birthday. Where did the time go?
Princess Madeleine undertook an engagement in London on Valentine’s Day, February 14. She stopped by London’s Southbank Centre where she read to children at the newly opened children’s library Room for Children.
In this royal round up, I’ve got an appearances update from Kate Middleton and Prince Harry, Sophie, Countess of Wessex being adorable with some kids, New Years courts from Queen Letizia and Crown Princess Mary, and some cute photos that Princess Madeleine shared.
The annual Aret med Kungafamiljen (A Year with the Royal Family) aired on SVT last week. The program featured footage of the Swedish royal family throughout the year, as well as interviews with all of the royals, including: Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, and Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia.
Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle received the firs at the Royal Palace on December 14.