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Old 10-21-2018, 04:17 AM
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Princess Birgitta watched the finals of Legends Cup Palma tennis tournament on 7th October at Bjurfors' VIP box.
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Princess Birgitta attended at 1,6 miljonerklubben's 20th anniversary celebrations at Grand Hotel in Stockholm on 16th November.
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Birgitta and the club founder Alexandra Charles delivered Hälsopriset (the Health Prize) received by Carina Nunstredt publisher at Harper Collins instead of Maria Borrelius who could not attend.
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The 1.6 Million Club is a non-profit women's health organization that was founded in 1998 by Alexandra Charles, president ever since. She was inspired by the cardiologist, Karin Schenck-Gustafsson, and gynaecology professor, Britt-Marie Landgren, who could both tell of just how male-dominated the field of research was, and how women were discriminated against within the health care sector. With the purpose of improving and creating equal research and healthcare, and in order to spread objective information, the 1.6 Million Club was established. The name came about because at the time, there were 1.6 million women over 45 years of age in Sweden.
Ten years later, the 2.6 Million Club was established for younger women, from 25 years and upwards. The 1.6 and 2.6 Million Clubs share the same objective, and anybody over the age of 18 is welcome as a member in the association (including men).
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Here is more photos of Birgitta at 1,6 miljonerklubben's 20th anniversary celebrations on 16th November.
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Old 11-24-2018, 05:01 AM
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Princess Birgitta attended at the World Amateur Golfers Championships in Johor, Malaysia.
21st October, the Welcome Dinner
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24th October, dinner at Kampung Sri Gunung Pulai
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26th October, Award ceremony and gala dinner
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Princess Birgitta attended on 18th November at Jontefondsgalan held at Clarion Post Hotel in Gothenburg. Over SEK 1,8 million were collected to Jontefonden. Jontefonden is a foundation for children and young people who are waiting for a transplant or have completed a transplant operation, and their siblings. The foundation's goal is to increase the quality of life, create joy and put the gold lining in an otherwise difficult situation. The foundation has been named after Jonathan Ivarsson who, due to lung fibrosis, needed a lung transplant.
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Svensk Damtidning's article about princess Birgitta and her life, on her 82nd birthday:
Grattis prinsessan Birgitta – Hagasessan som går sin egen väg! _ Svensk Damtidning
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Old 01-30-2019, 11:20 AM
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Princess Birgitta was yesterday at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences in Stockholm, at an event celebrating the Chinese New Year.
"We also loved the fact that Princess Birgitta of Sweden shared her fascination with 'China speed' with tonnes of enthusiasm."
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Old 01-30-2019, 11:28 AM
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Princess Birgitta was yesterday at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences in Stockholm, at an event celebrating the Chinese New Year.
"We also loved the fact that Princess Birgitta of Sweden shared her fascination with 'China speed' with tonnes of enthusiasm."
Photo of Birgitta and short video of her speaking
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People have a tendency to go after Birgitta because of her looks, but to me she seems like a fun, sweet person that I'd love to sit next to at a dinner.
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Old 01-30-2019, 12:46 PM
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People have a tendency to go after Birgitta because of her looks, but to me she seems like a fun, sweet person that I'd love to sit next to at a dinner.
I would also love to have dinner with Birgitta, she is one of my favourite royals.
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Old 04-13-2019, 08:03 AM
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She may be 82 years old, but Princess Birgitta is still very physically active.
Every morning at 11am she arrives at the golf club Santa Ponsa in Mallorca to play an 18-hole course.
Caddy or golf cart she does not want to know about, but then the princess is also a trained gymnastics director.
Today, it is "only" thirteen degrees warm, but the sun shines over the dazzling golf resort located in southwestern Mallorca, just 25 minutes by car from Palma, and the Puig de Galatzó mountain glimpse into the background.
- Princess Birgitta and her friends have just arrived and ordered a cup of coffee with sugar in order to calm their nerves before the four-to-five-hour golf round, says a Santa Ponsa employee.
He promises to ask the princess if she has time to talk for a while on the phone with Expressen, but Princess Birgitta tells him she is keen to get out on the golf course as soon as possible.
Princess Birgitta is a familiar face at the golf club
She is an honorary member of Santa Ponsa and gladly walks around and praises players who make perfect puts or beaten nice strokes. The princess is also often seen helping to find balls in the cuff.
Many here certainly know that she is a princess, but Birgitta has told how much she appreciates to avoid the strutting and fawning that she often experienced at home in Sweden before she left the country as a 24-year-old.
Prinsessan Birgittas hälsoknep_ Så håller hon sig alert
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Old 06-01-2019, 04:18 AM
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Princess Birgitta was yesterday at Son Gual Golf Course in Mallorca, where the Celtic FC Foundation had its annual Golf Day.
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Old 08-11-2019, 05:11 AM
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Princess Birgitta has given an interview to Expressen at Santa Ponsa. It is a paywall article but when I put it to translator I could read it.

Princess Birgitta: He doesn't understand me
She left Sweden and the Royal Palace already as a 24-year-old for a life outside "the golden cage".
Ahead of her annual golf competition, Princess Birgitta talks about the strict upbringing, the regret about how she and her siblings treated mom, missing close friend Lill-Babs, and why it is a pity that no more in the royal family goes their own way.

In the prize cupboard at the Santa Ponsa Golf Club there is also a blue-yellow ice hockey helmet. The goalie mask with guard grille is a gift from their honorary member Princess Birgitta.
It's a joke. The princess got the helmet from her friends. During a golf round, she hit the ball straight into a wall and the ball bounced so unluckily that it hit the princess on her nose and she began to bleed vigorously.
- My friends joked and said "We thought you had blue blood", says Princess Birgitta, laughing.
Birgitta, daughter of Prince Gustaf Adolf who died in an airplane accident when she was only ten years old, is not your ordinary princess.
She is known as one of the four Haga princesses, but is reluctant to be called a princess. She wants to be "duad", something that is otherwise not customary when talking to royalty.
The king's sport-interested big sister chose early to go her own way. She preferred sports halls rather than state visits.
She couldn't become a masseur, it was not considered appropriate, but at least she got to train as director of gymnastics at the Gymnastiska Centralinstitutet.
- That was the dream because I got to live everything I wanted. I got to practice sports and be with, as I say, normal people. And they didn't treat me like a princess, but I was one of them. It was brand new to me.
How did it feel the first time?
- Great! I've always loved being with those people, rather than the ones up there with their noses in the air. No, that's not my thing. I simply went my own way.
Was it a difficult step to take?
- No. I do what I want to do. And I haven't done anything wrong. On the contrary!
Can you be an example to others in that way? For the Crown Princess and other princes and princesses, it may be important that there was someone before who dared to go her own way. It will be easier for them then.
- Yes. It's done. But I had no such duties as Victoria. We were far away in the order to the throne so we were not that important at that time.
But Prince Carl-Philip…
- Yes, he also does exactly what he wants, with his design and all this. I think it's fantastic.
So you've probably helped?
- Yes, I've been a bit of a pioneer. For example, I drove my own car right away. At 18 years, a car! My first car was an MG, a small, just a two seater. It was white with red leather in it. There was only one in Stockholm. Everyone knew where I was, so maybe it wasn't always good. I couldn't hide with that car.
Were you a little awkward?
- Absolutely! I have lived a wonderful life. I haven't regretted anything, absolutely not, and I have not done too little of anything.
It must be easier to be royal today than when you were growing up? It was more strict when you were young?
- Yes, God yes! We couldn't do anything! I hadn't been to a restaurant, a disco or anything before I got married. I was just at home. I couldn't even talk on the phone. Nothing.
Did you long for discos?
- Yes! It was like living in a golden cage. But we didn't suffer because we knew nothing else. What you don't know, you don't miss.
- But it was a little hard when we couldn't go out with our friends and not go to the cinema as we wanted. We should always have a governess with us. They were sitting in the room next door when we had dance school and such stupid stuff. Our governess picked us up at school and we went home with her.
Was it difficult to meet boys then?
- Yes, that's what the disaster was! It didn't work at all.
It's hard to understand how strict it was?
- No one can understand. I hardly understand myself that I have lived such a life! But thinking about it now is fantastic at the same time. No human being has experienced what we have experienced. Now that is what it was then at the Court and at the Palace with my grandfather, old King Gustav V. But there were times that will never come back and we have experienced that. It is fantastic!
- But it was so strict maybe that is why I enjoy my life so much.
Is this also the reason why you are so popular in Sweden?
- Yes, I think so. And so I'm always kind and happy. I'm not like my brother who is ...
- I talk to everyone and people appreciate it. I meet so many Swedes here and also young people. I don't understand how they recognize me! And I talk to everyone and they are so happy and nice. Nothing is better than that. You are well-liked if you give a little and not just sit there with your nose in the air and think that you are fine. It's not possible.
Why do you think your brother, the king, is not the same? Is it because he has more obligations?
- Yes, he is the king after all. You have to keep a certain distance, you should too. I'm just open, friendly and myself. And it goes home!
Are you surprised that no more in the royal family have taken the same steps as you have done?
- Yes, I think it's a bit of a shame. But they don't have the same attitude as I do. This is natural to me. We have the same upbringing and genes, but we develop in different directions. I don't know, but I think what I have done is right and I am happy with my life.
- I talked to my daughter yesterday about what happiness really is. It is not so easy to define. I think it is that you feel good about yourself. And don't want more of everything all the time.
Is The Crown Princess like you?
- Yes, she's open! She definitely has no nose in the air. But she must also keep a limit. And I think it should be a small limit. It has to be.
- We might be a bit alike. She is wonderful. She's a dream. She is definitely the best Sweden can get! But all my siblings are nice.
Do your nephews and nieces ever ask you what it was like when you were growing up?
- No, but my brother does. He hasn't experienced everything. The worst thing was that our dad died so early. Of course, this was the disaster of our lives and when we meet, we five, then we just talk about old times. He asks and asks "How was it?" He has not experienced what we have experienced. He is ten years younger than I am and he was eight months old when Dad died. Christina was three years old. She also has no memories. So that's why we always talk about old memories. They want to hear what it was like.
- I think it's fantastic that we all five are still alive. It is not in all families that is so.
It is common when parents and older family members die that they regret not asking more questions when they were alive.
- Yes. And that you might not always be so kind. That was my problem when Mom died. She had her ideas and children have their ideas and she was strict and maybe didn't care enough about us, because she chose the duties before the family when dad died. But it was our upbringing and you lived as you did. It wasn't so easy for her or for us. Taking care of five children alone and the duties.
When you say you weren't good, do you mean you were just cheeky?
- Yes exactly. We all were. And we all regret it now when we come together and say "poor mom" and so on. But it is like for all children. And we've had a great time.
When Princess Birgitta was in Torekov recently, she had to write autographs and pose for photos. Young people who didn't grow up with the "Haga princesses" wanted to talk to her. And on the way home to Spain she was stopped by two Danes who also wanted an autograph. For the princess, who left Sweden as a 24-year-old, the response is astounding. She thinks it is important to show appreciation for your attention and love.
- I'm glad I did, but my brother doesn't, she says. I feel proud that they like me and want me. Then you will be happy?
Have you told your brother he should be happy?
- No, he doesn't understand me. He has raised his children just as stupidly so, against photographers and reporters.
- I want to be positive for my family and the royal house. That's the only thing I want to be. But I think as my friends here say, "Your brother doesn't understand the good you are doing". But I do as best I can and want to do everything good for my brother… the king. I always think of him. If anything, I think "My brother, my brother!". He is our boss. He is my little brother yes, but he is also the king for me.
Are you thinking “What is the boss going to say?"
- Absolutely. I think "Just don't hurt him in any way". There are so many little things. As in Torekov, the matter of smoking. I couldn't smoke anywhere, but a girl in a restaurant was so cute and said "I go out with you because over there you can smoke". I said, "I have to look for what if someone gets a photo and I stand there and smoke where it's forbidden". Directly I thought so.
If you can decide how the royal house should be in 25 years, how is it?
- As it is now. It's perfect now. Because it is more modernized. People want royal houses, but they want it to be modern. I think they do a fantastic job.
- I am so happy that I am part of that family for everyone is wonderful and we all love each other and we have never had any difficulties anywhere.
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The interview/article continues

The director of the press department, Margareta Thorgren says in a comment to Expressen that "the king and his sister have a close and warm relationship".
She further states that the royal family also likes the public's positive reactions:
- The Royal Family greatly appreciates the good and fine response they encounter with the public during all their meetings and official missions.
At the same time, the royal family is working hard, and sometimes needs time to recover:
- We have a hard working royal family who always have people's eyes on them and stand in the limelight. During the summer months, it is therefore important that there is time for private time and recovery. Most media and even the Swedish people respect it. That's fine, says Thorgren.

Princess Birgitta tells that she recently visited friends in Skåne.
- It was freezing cold so there wasn't much golf, but we did other things instead in the rain and the wind. It was terrible. I thought: "Never again Sweden". And the worst was this smoking ban that has come. I smoke after all. No, now it is enough! It is freezing and you may not smoke. It's just fun when I say so of course, but it feels like when I come home and ... My God, I have paradise here, she says, pointing to the sun.
Health is important to Princess Birgitta. She plays 18 holes of golf with her German friends almost every day. She also supports the 1.6 million club and friend Alexandra Charles von Hofsten's works for women's health.
Her own health is good.
- But I'm getting older, I notice that. I can't cope as much as before. All my friends moan and stumble. I played with them yesterday. Everyone had something and I thought, my God how I'm doing well. Sometimes it hurts a little in my back, but nothing to care about. It's just being old. Everyone else has exchanged knees and hips. I'm the only one who dropped it. I am completely natural. Every new day I feel gratitude for it.
She lights another cigarette, but says it's an exception.
- When I'm home, I only smoke one cigarette a day and no alcohol. I don't understand drinking alone. Many who become lonely, ladies above all, start drinking. That's terrible. The combination of loneliness and alcohol is a disaster. When you don't do it yourself you can't believe that others do, but they do and it is tragic. On this island it is very dangerous for people to start drinking a lot. They start already in the morning because it's beautiful and the sun is shining, but it's deadly. It's too easy to get the alcohol. I have friends here who drink tremendously and I don't like it.
- That's why I get so angry with everyone who quarrels with us about this! she says, showing off her cigarette pack.
- But they can drink alcohol as much as possible. And it hurts their marriage and some get nasty and aggressive. We who smoke don't become nasty and aggressive or anything. We may just destroy the air. No, it's rude. That's not really right. Why we may not smoke?
In April last year, her close friend Barbro "Lill-Babs" Svensson died of cancer combined with heart failure. Princess Birgitta misses her friend.
- It was no good. It's still nothing good. No one can understand that she left us. She was such an amazing person. She had a heart that was fantastic. She was a great friend. And faithful. And her heart ... what a big heart!
Princess Birgitta is grateful for her health and her life - among "normal people" in Spain.
- I put my feet down and think, "My God, I can see, I can walk and I can hear. And the sun is shining. Oh, fantastic!"
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Prinsessan Birgitta om sin bror kungen_ ”Förstår mig inte”

Oh, Birgitta's interviews are wonderful and great to read. She is such a refreshing person! And one of my absolute favourite royals.
But although she says that the king has raised his children against reporters and photographers, I think that the king has changed in that matter and understands that the royals need the media nowadays. And for instance Victoria and Daniel are posing for photos and talk to the media at their work events.
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Princess Birgitta wants to be buried to the Royal Cemetery in Haga.

This is how Princess Birgitta plans her funeral
SANTA PONSA. Princess Birgitta has started planning her own funeral.
The Haga princess wants to rest with her closest in Stockholm.
- I asked if I could come back to Haga and stay with my parents, I actually did, she says.
Princess Birgitta is one of Sweden's most popular royals, even though she left Sweden as a young person. She has lived in Germany for 40 years and Mallorca for 17 years.
82 years old and with good health she has now started planning for her funeral.
- That's my problem at the moment, she says. I think too much about death. It's awful when you're alone. And I know it's getting closer and closer, but you can die tomorrow and I can die here and just go out and roll down so it's nothing new, but as you get older it gets closer and closer and when you're alone which I am very often, then you start to think about it. And that's not good.
What are you thinking about then?
- Just the same as my daughter says, "Mom, we need to know what to do with you," she says, laughing.
The princess exclaims "Lord God" and starts laughing again.
Princess Birgitta knows how she wants to be buried.
- I have asked my family that when I am no longer there I hope ... I have asked if I can come back to Haga and stay with my parents, I actually did.
- They know I want to be buried in Sweden. I have asked if I can come to my dad and mom at Haga. I asked and they said yes.
Why does it mean a lot to you?
- I was born in Sweden and my roots are in Sweden, even though I have only lived there for 24 years and the rest of my life has been abroad. First in Germany for 40 years and then in Spain for 17 years. But my roots are in Sweden. And my heart above all.
Prinsessan Birgitta planerar sin begravning
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The XXVIIIth edition of the traditional Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Birgitta de Suecia Golf Tournament will be held on 4-7th September at Club de Golf Santa Ponsa on Mallorca.
On 4th September - The official practice day and a Cocktail Party hosted by/at Hotel Pure Salt Port Adriano.
On 5th September - The first day of the tournament
On 6th September - The second day of the tournament and Barbacue at Santa Ponsa II
On 7th September The last day of the tournament and Awards and Gala Dinner at Restaurante Bruno Port Adriano
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