Prince Carl and princess Ingeborg lived in Villa Parkudden in Djurgården in 1899-1908. The villa has been owned by Royal Djurgården administration from 1908, but the king disposes it.
It was planned that Madeleine and Jonas Bergström would have moved there but that made a big fight, since there were tenants at the villa.
Villa Parkudden is now empty of tenants and slottsfogde Gunnar Haeger says that it would be a very good home for Madeleine or Carl Philip. SÄPO considers it as a good place for someone who needs bigger security measures. There is four apartments at the house but it will be renovated by installing geothermal heating, and a new kitchen and bathroom will be made.
The king hasn't decided yet who can move to the Villa. When Madeleine and Jonas were supposed to move in, it caused trouble since there were tenants living in the villa, now they all have moved to other houses in Djurgården.
Madeleine lives now in New York, but if she's moving home or need an overnight home Villa Parkudden would be a good option. Carl Philip has a floor near Djurgården but could get a much nicer and safer housing at Villa Parkudden. Haeger says that it is clear that there is such speculation, but they have still not received any information regarding this.
Gunnar Holmgren, Governor of the Royal Palaces, will soon inspect Villa Parkudden.
- I actually have not had time to see it for myself. It is only now that we have access to it, he says.
He wouldn't comment on whether he has heard who will be living in the villa.
- There is no decision as far as I can tell.
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