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Old 05-19-2010, 10:18 AM
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This is how much SVT (Swedish TV channel) is spending on their wedding.
Broadcast schedule released.
Så mycket satsar SVT på bröllopet | Bröllopet | Aftonbladet

Week 23 och 24 (local Swedish time) www.timeanddate.com (for your local time)

Crownprinsess and her kingdom (1:2)
Monday 7 juni, 20.00 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Monday 7 juni, 21.00 i SVT1
Good morning Sverige - Strmkajen
Monday 7 juni - Friday 11 juni, 06.30-10.30 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Tuesday 8 juni, 21.00 i SVT1
Crownprinsess and her kingdom (2:2)
Monday 14 juni, 20.00 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Monday 14 juni, 21.00 i SVT1
Good morning Sverige - Strmkajen
Monday 14 juni-Friday 18 juni, 06.30-10.30 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Tisdag 15 juni, 20.00-21.00 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Wednesday 16 juni, 20.00-21.00 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Thursday 17 juni, 20.00-21.00 i SVT1
The Royal Wedding
Friday 18 juni, 18.15-19.00 i SVT1
Friday 18 juni, 19.00-20.00 i SVT2
Friday 18 juni, 20.00-20.30 i SVT1
Concert Konserthuset
Friday 18 juni, 20.30-22.30 i SVT1
Good morning Sverige - Wedding day
Saturday 19 juni 09.00-13-00
The Royal Wedding
Saturday 19 juni, 13.00-01.00 i SVT1 och SVT2

Hopefully the royal publicist will release the global schedule shortly.
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Old 05-19-2010, 10:24 AM
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I'm very excited for this royal wedding. I wasn't a royal watcher when the other big weddings (Frederik & Mary, Felipe & Letizia, etc) took place, so this will be my first one. It should be lovely.
Me neither ! I'm really looking forward to this wedding ! Too bad that I'm not going to be in Stockholm to watch the wedding :).
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Old 05-19-2010, 12:08 PM
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A bigger photo of the cover of the wedding book:
Victorias och Daniels brllopsbok Hovbloggen/Aftonbladet

SVT invests a lot to the wedding:
S mycket satsar SVT p brllopet | Brllopet | Aftonbladet

During the wedding week, Ebba von Sydow, Kristian Luuk and Mark Levengood to make programme before the wedding, with live broadcasts every night of the week by Opera's roof top.
S blir brllopet i SVT - Det kungliga brllopet | svt.se
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Old 05-19-2010, 12:12 PM
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I am so excited about this wedding. I have never followed a royal wedding before and have booked the day of this wedding off work. I am hoping that some of the Swedish TV channels will show it live on the internet
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Old 05-19-2010, 02:41 PM
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A bigger photo of the cover of the wedding book:
Victorias och Daniels brllopsbok Hovbloggen/Aftonbladet
I love the book cover!! Victoria looks beautiful. Too bad the wedding will be like 6:30 am my time. I guess I have to get up early! I've never followed a royal wedding either. This will the first for me.
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Old 05-19-2010, 03:53 PM
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well, I can actually say that the last royal weddings that I saw were all british. Diana,Fergie, and Camilla. I missed the Dutch and Spanish weddings. So this will be fun since this is the 1st one I get to follow from start to finish. THANKS TO THIS FORUM!!!
I love all you guys that take the time to post things so we can get them 1st hand and very very quickly I might ad. I can't tell you how much I appreciate all the work everyone does on this forum!! Otherwise, I would never find out anything!!!!
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Old 05-19-2010, 04:48 PM
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Victoria and the Archbishop are disagreeing on whether King Carl Gustaf should walk her down the aisle. I don't see a problem with that, but since it is a tradition it is expected of her. I think the archbishop should give them what they want.

Victoria och ärkebiskopen oense om vigselakten | Svensk Damtidning
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Old 05-19-2010, 05:36 PM
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Victoria and the Archbishop are disagreeing on whether King Carl Gustaf should walk her down the aisle. I don't see a problem with that, but since it is a tradition it is expected of her. I think the archbishop should give them what they want.

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Most priests (atleast those i have heard) disagree with the Crownprincess - that she should not be walking down the aile with her father - they want her to follow the Swedish traditions since many hundreds of years that the couple walk down the aile and by doing so sending a message that they are equal and they both are doing this out of their free will. The other way, that the bride is escorted down the aile with her father, is becoming more and more common - seeing this in american movies many swedish couples think this is a tradition - but its not an Swedish tradition therefore the priests objects, saying how will they convince other couples to follow the Swedish tradition if the Royal family doesnt?

I myself is split - on one hand it would be kind of "sweet" to see the king walking his daughter down the aile and it would look grand. BUT i agree that is sends the wrong signal - that the father hand over his daughter to her husband as a property - thats how its percieved imo. I think i would prefer them walking down the aile together - just as the swedish tration says.
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Old 05-19-2010, 05:44 PM
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And I think it's even more controversial in this case as she is the one that is going to be the queen, so walking the aisle with her father to give her to Daniel can mean that they are also handing the power to Daniel. I'm not sure if I have explained myself clearly
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Here you can see the procession-route:
S ker brllopskortegen - Regionala nyheter | svt.se

And here you can watch the route from an car driving the route they will travel - except the part where they travel on water:
Provk kortegevgen med ABC - Regionala nyheter | svt.se
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Old 05-19-2010, 05:52 PM
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And I think it's even more controversial in this case as she is the one that is going to be the queen, so walking the aisle with her father to give her to Daniel can mean that they are also handing the power to Daniel. I'm not sure if I have explained myself clearly
Yes, I think that has a big part in it.
The thing is that CP is so normal as a girl that for her it's just her father whom she adores. To everyone else and especially priests, he is the king so they don't see it as she does.
I don't care personally.

The wedding book look gorgeous! It says that the book will be out August 19. I'll be getting that for sure.
I haven't been a royalist or a fan until recently, even if I've always admired Victoria and the royal family.
I really can't wait for this wedding to start! What a week it will be and then the wedding day.
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Old 05-19-2010, 06:25 PM
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Most priests (atleast those i have heard) disagree with the Crownprincess - that she should not be walking down the aile with her father - they want her to follow the Swedish traditions since many hundreds of years that the couple walk down the aile and by doing so sending a message that they are equal and they both are doing this out of their free will. The other way, that the bride is escorted down the aile with her father, is becoming more and more common - seeing this in american movies many swedish couples think this is a tradition - but its not an Swedish tradition therefore the priests objects, saying how will they convince other couples to follow the Swedish tradition if the Royal family doesnt?

I myself is split - on one hand it would be kind of "sweet" to see the king walking his daughter down the aile and it would look grand. BUT i agree that is sends the wrong signal - that the father hand over his daughter to her husband as a property - thats how its percieved imo. I think i would prefer them walking down the aile together - just as the swedish tration says.
I see what you mean. It's a tradition in the US and other places to have the father escort the bride down the aisle. Sometimes, if the father is unvailable, a brother, cousin or even their mom could excort them down the aisle. I am very used to this! Maybe the King could walk her halfway and then Daniel could take over the other half. I've seen that happen.

I don't perceive it as the father is handing over his property, it's like the father is saying "I give my daughter to you now. To be by her side and live this life with her". I understand it's perceived like she's a property, but it shouldn't be that way.

This could put Victoria in a bad spot since this is tradition and a royal wedding nonetheless. If she will be perceived as property, then she should very well do it the traditional way. But I would love to see the King escort her down the aisle!
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Old 05-19-2010, 07:31 PM
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For me it is normal for a father to walk his daughter up the aisle. I can't imagine not having my father walking me up the aisle. And I think it would be lovely to see King Carl Gustaf walking his eldest child down the aisle. A very proud and emotional moment for them both.

However I understand that this is not traditional in Sweden. But why is it seen as handing over property I have never heard this idea before. To me it is just a gesture and a special moment between father and daughter.
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Old 05-20-2010, 02:41 AM
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The banns of marriage between H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria and Mr Daniel Westling will be published on Sunday 30 May in the Royal Chapel, the Royal Palace, Stockholm.
there will also be a reception at the royal castle
june 1th
june 3th
will be also be events of The banns of marriage
Celebrations 17-19 June 2010



The wedding between Crown Princess Victoria and Mr Daniel Westling will be celebrated from 17-19 June 2010.

Thursday 17 June


Private dinner, Drottningholm Palace
Host: The King and Queen


Friday 18 June


Government reception, Stockholm City Hall
Host: The Government Dinner: Eric Ericson-hall
Host: The Government

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Host: The Swedish Parliament (Riksdag)


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The marriage ceremony in Stockholm Cathedral at 3.30 pm. The ceremony will be followed by a cortge and journey by Royal Barge, the 'Vasaorden'.

Wedding banquet at the Royal Palace, Stockholm
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does anyone have photos of Eric Ericson-hall and why this place do you think?
The Eric Ericsson hall is the former church at Skeppsholmen, Stocholm - Skeppsholmskyrkan.
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Old 05-20-2010, 05:17 AM
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I see what you mean. It's a tradition in the US and other places to have the father escort the bride down the aisle. Sometimes, if the father is unvailable, a brother, cousin or even their mom could excort them down the aisle. I am very used to this! Maybe the King could walk her halfway and then Daniel could take over the other half. I've seen that happen.

I don't perceive it as the father is handing over his property, it's like the father is saying "I give my daughter to you now. To be by her side and live this life with her". I understand it's perceived like she's a property, but it shouldn't be that way.

This could put Victoria in a bad spot since this is tradition and a royal wedding nonetheless. If she will be perceived as property, then she should very well do it the traditional way. But I would love to see the King escort her down the aisle!
I am very surprised by the Swedish tradition, that a bride isnt escorted down the aisle by her father. I have never heard about this. Actually I thought it is common everywhere. However, if it is their tradition, then they should do like they are used to. But to understand the fact, that a bride is walked down the aisle by her father, like some display of gender discrimination, is a silliness, to put it mildly. The father acts there like her support and representative of her family, not an owner of his daughter. Grooms (at least in my country) go with their mums, and no one thinks they are their mothers property.
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Grooms (at least in my country) go with their mums, and no one thinks they are their mothers property.
I will make your words mine. A very good point here.
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Old 05-20-2010, 09:03 AM
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Newspaper Expressen's TV show (on right now)
Expressen.tv - Brllopet - se TV p expressen.se

"Wedding-TV" on Expressen.tv:

Program 1: "Victoria", 20 may 14.00

Program 2: "Daniel", 27 may 14.00

Program 3: "love story", 3 june 14.00

Program 4: "The Future", 10 june 14.00

Program 5: "The wedding ceremony", 17 june 14.00
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I certainly hope Victoria gets her wish of being escorted down the isle by her father. The Swedish church has never been concerned about womens rights. They are not involved in the discussions about how women are treated in rape cases and the police and courts view of the crime and hence the frightenly light sentences of the predator. Swedish women did not have full voting rights until 1920's so we are not looking at centuries of equal rights as mentioned in some articles.
The church does not object to a women taking her husbands name yet assign a dubious interpretation to the act of a father escorting a daughter down the isle.
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I am very surprised by the Swedish tradition, that a bride isnt escorted down the aisle by her father. I have never heard about this. Actually I thought it is common everywhere. However, if it is their tradition, then they should do like they are used to. But to understand the fact, that a bride is walked down the aisle by her father, like some display of gender discrimination, is a silliness, to put it mildly. The father acts there like her support and representative of her family, not an owner of his daughter. Grooms (at least in my country) go with their mums, and no one thinks they are their mothers property.
Exactly. I thought it was done all over the world myself. Even in the US the grooms escort their moms to their seat, etc. I was surprised to hear that in Sweden the bride and groom walk the aisle together. Where is the enchantment and mystery in that? I'm not bashing tradition, but she is a princess, and if this is how she wants it then she should have it that way. Someone said in their post that it would mean the King is handing over his throne to Daniel if he gives Victoria away. I think that's nonsensical. The King is handing over his daugher, who was fully his for 32 years. Now he's giving her to her husband. I don't see it as giving away the kingly title. No way. I think everyone knows, including Daniel, where the throne stands. Definitely not in Daniels hands.
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