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Old 09-19-2013, 11:00 AM
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a later respond, yes you are right 2013

at what date did the cermony take place
didhe bacome king 15 september or after the cermony i think he took a oath infront of Olof Palme september 15th
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Old 09-19-2013, 11:22 AM
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a later respond, yes you are right 2013

at what date did the cermony take place
didhe bacome king 15 september or after the cermony i think he took a oath infront of Olof Palme september 15th
He became King 15 September immediately when his grandfather died. The oath in front of the government and the enthronement ceremony in the state hall took place 19 September
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I found this interesting footage of the King & his uncle Prince Bertil.


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the kings enthronement speech
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The king's sisters on that day
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IS Princess Brigitta the second from the left?
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Old 10-03-2015, 10:31 AM
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IS Princess Brigitta the second from the left?
From L-R it is: Christina, Margaretha, Birgitta, Desiree.
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^Josefine,you mean 2013.He became king in 1973.

Anyway,did Silvia go to the event?She was dating him for a year.
There is no evidence that Silvia was attending the enthronement. She was probably not present. We would likely have known that by now if she was.
The only royals that we know for sure were present was The King, his 4 sisters and their uncle Prince Bertil.
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It will be interesting to see how the enthronement of Queen Victoria I will be done when the day comes. The current constitution doesn't say much about it to be honest. It says that a new head of state can deliver an "office declaration" in front of the chamber where he or she formally accepts the office and declares that he or she will fulfill the duties. That replaces the earlier "Konungaförsäkran" that The King and most of our former Kings had to deliver.

That doesn't say much to be honest. It means that Victoria will likely travel to the parliament and deliver some kind of office declaration. That leaves room for her to introduce something new. As she has stated many times that she belives in God and is interested in the Church, she may introduce some kind of church blessing, similar to the ceremony in Norway. That would make almost the whole enthronement very similar to the norwegian wich i like very much.
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It will be interesting to see how the enthronement of Queen Victoria I will be done when the day comes. The current constitution doesn't say much about it to be honest. It says that a new head of state can deliver an "office declaration" in front of the chamber where he or she formally accepts the office and declares that he or she will fulfill the duties. That replaces the earlier "Konungaförsäkran" that The King and most of our former Kings had to deliver.

That doesn't say much to be honest. It means that Victoria will likely travel to the parliament and deliver some kind of office declaration. That leaves room for her to introduce something new. As she has stated many times that she belives in God and is interested in the Church, she may introduce some kind of church blessing, similar to the ceremony in Norway. That would make almost the whole enthronement very similar to the norwegian wich i like very much.

My guess is that Victoria's accession under the terms of new Instrument of Government will be similar to the Belgian enthronement, i.e. Victoria will travel to parliament and make a declaration of office followed by an accession speech. The ceremony in the parliament may be preceded by a Te Deum at the palace's chapel, but I doubt there will be anything similiar to the Norwegian ceremony.

It remains to be seen if the crown and other regalia will be displayed next to the queen when she makes her declaration of office. I assume so, but that is not a given. In any case, I don't expect long gowns, tiaras or orders as in a Dutch enthronment. Overall, it will be a much less "grand" event than her father's accession.
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Svenska Dagbladet's issue on 16th September
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2dkFTJixwn/
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Svenska Dagbladet's issue on 16th September
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2dkFTJixwn/
The ceremony in the Hall of State took place on 19th September, so the issue should be from the following day.
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Svenska Dagbladet's issue on 16th September
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2dkFTJixwn/
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The ceremony in the Hall of State took place on 19th September, so the issue should be from the following day.
The Instagram post says that the placard is from the 20th of September.
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