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Old 12-11-2003, 08:24 AM
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Old 12-11-2003, 08:29 AM
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Bettina Bernadotte, daughter of count Lennart Bernadotte...the dress:
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Old 12-11-2003, 08:37 AM
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Old 12-11-2003, 08:56 AM
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So it´s done. 3 pictures didn´t work..I don´t know why, actually all pictures should have a similar size and resolution.
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Old 12-11-2003, 09:00 AM
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Great pictures Lena! :flower:

I think Madeleine has altered her dress quite a lot now that I have studied it more closely.

1. Like I pointed out before she has changed the neckline so it is not ”straight” anymore if you understand how I mean.

2. I think it’s longer now. Please compare picture no 70 that Lena posted today with picture no 18 in the Jordanian state visit thread. (Page 6 Here's a link - http://www.lestribunesroyales.com/forums/i...pic=3219&st=100 )

3. If you look in picture no 70 in this thread you can see she has a long train of lace in the back of the dress. I don’t think it was there before.

All in all, she looks more ”party” this way.

hihihi... She must have worked hard on that one...

Did you here the TV-commentators say that she would have preferred vegetables? I didn't know she was almost vegetarian!
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Old 12-11-2003, 09:48 AM
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1- here is a picture from the state visit

2- and here is nobel 2003
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hihihi... She must have worked hard on that one...

Did you here the TV-commentators say that she would have preferred vegetables? I didn't know she was almost vegetarian!
Are you from Sweden, Cissan? Or where have you heard the TV-commentator? Oh, I would love to watch the whole Nobel prize ceremony (+ dinner). Every year it stops at the end of the award

She´s almost a vegetarian? :o I´ve thought these Bernadotte-girls are eating as much meat as possible to get thick muscles!
But isn´t it possible to eat vegetarian food there?...I mean if you don´t eat meat, because of ethic reasons, they have to offer you an alternative. I don´t think that you can sit there with an empty plate. Even when cp Victoria was anorexic she had to eat up all food at the Nobel prize gala. I mean nobody could have forced her, but the etiquette "demands" that. I´ve even once asked a Royal correspondent, who works for a magazine, what Royals should do, when they don´t like the food/meal, which is offered. And he said, that they have to take at least a "morsel left for manners" (Is there a better word for it?)
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Old 12-11-2003, 11:29 AM
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Yes I am from Sweden. Sorry, I assumed all of you were swedish also.

Well, the commentators said that they thought Madeleine would have preferred vegetables, but I guess it's not comme il faut for royals to be vegetarians. I know that it's possible to get vegetarian alternatives at Nobel because our prime minister Göran Persson is a vegetarian. I think it's really silly if people think that royals can't be vegetarians. Don't you?
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Old 12-11-2003, 11:33 AM
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Great pictures Lena! :flower:

I think Madeleine has altered her dress quite a lot now that I have studied it more closely.

1. Like I pointed out before she has changed the neckline so it is not ”straight” anymore if you understand how I mean.

2. I think it’s longer now. Please compare picture no 70 that Lena posted today with picture no 18 in the Jordanian state visit thread. (Page 6 Here's a link - http://www.lestribunesroyales.com/forums/i...pic=3219&st=100 )

3. If you look in picture no 70 in this thread you can see she has a long train of lace in the back of the dress. I don’t think it was there before.

All in all, she looks more ”party” this way.
Wow, u even picked up that (the first point) up!

I just love this dress, and I love the way how the Bernadotte girls recycle their dresses and make them look even more lovely. I just love this dress of Madelein. I dislike the red one, it's just red. This one makes look more important and royal.

With the neckline, I think the straight one goes very well with the original side-out fish flaps. The new neckline goes better with the new long train.
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Old 12-11-2003, 11:40 AM
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Both Sweden and Norway host the Nobel ceremony?* How does this work?* Why isn't the Norway royal family shown here?
At the time when Alfred Nobel died Sweden and Norway was joined in a union that Jean-Baptist Bernadotte ( the first Bernadotte on the swedish throne) "created" as King of Sweden ( namned Karl XIV Johan).
So, the capital of Norway "got" the Peace Award and the rest came to Stockholm. If you take a look at the Royal House of Norway you will find pictures from the Norwegian festivities!
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Old 12-11-2003, 11:46 AM
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Yes I am from Sweden. Sorry, I assumed all of you were swedish also.

Well, the commentators said that they thought Madeleine would have preferred vegetables, but I guess it's not comme il faut for royals to be vegetarians. I know that it's possible to get vegetarian alternatives at Nobel because our prime minister Göran Persson is a vegetarian. I think it's really silly if people think that royals can't be vegetarians. Don't you?
Of the regular posters are only Josefine, Yennie and Alva Swedes. And moosey lived in Sweden for several years. All the other regular posters in the Sweden-forum are just trying to understand all these swedish things
Göran Persson is vegetarian? But probably no one of these health food shop or vegetables-vegetarian, rather a member of the chocolate-fraction
Are there any Royals, who are known as Vegetarians? Or were any of the younger Royals vegetarians. I mean I know a lot of people, who were just vegetarians in their teenage years.

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this was posted by Ritva at The Scandinavian Royals Message Board

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she "silvia" has worn 27 different dresses to the Nobels. The dresses has never been new ones
(as she has worn them before on state visit banquets), but never twice at the Nobel Prize
Award celebration.
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During the 27 times Queen Silvia has attended to the Nobel Prize Award, she has never worn a new
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banquet, but yesterday was the first time she'd wore a dress "from the same year".
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:14 PM
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Great facts, Ritva. She's great.

" Of the regular posters are only Josefine, Yennie and Alva Swedes. And moosey lived in Sweden for several years. All the other regular posters in the Sweden-forum are just trying to understand all these swedish things "

That's right. That would get to the crux of the matter.

I have heard from a few women of a "certain age" who say that they wish they looked as good as Silvia does. So it seems that everybody can appreciate how beautiful she is.
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:20 PM
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Hm, when did she wear the yellow 1976-dress before NPA?
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:23 PM
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:47 PM
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I would like to thank everyone that has posted these wonderful pictures!

As usually i spent most od yesterday in front of the tv (and the pc), i just love this cermony.

I think Silvia had and very beautiful hairdo this year, just wonderful, and Victoria was wering very good makeup, it showed how beautiful she is :crush:
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:53 PM
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I have heard from a few women of a "certain age" who say that they wish they looked as good as Silvia does.  So it seems that everybody can appreciate how beautiful she is.
Now we could start the plastic surgery-discussion again ...Personally I don´t think that she had a serious surgery... just a chemical peeling or a little botox-injection. But I think the main-reason for her good look is her discipline. Not much drinking, no smoking, a healthy diet, sports...and probably she has "good genes"
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From the Aftonbladet and apparently, its readers agree. Here are the poll results as of 3:30 EST PM (12:30 PST PM , 9:30 CET PM, 8:30 GMT PM , 7:30 AEST AM, )


Silvia (13.0 %)
Victoria (29.7 %)
Madeleine (51.6 %)
Anitra Steen (5.6 %)

43114 votes!

And here's the article with photos about why Madde won this competition unless some heavy voting happens to change that...and there's a nice photo of the siblings as well.

http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/nyheter/stor...,404306,00.html
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