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Lena 06-15-2005 04:50 PM

Victoria's Biological Clock
 
Short german article (from BUNTE) about Victoria´s interview to this turkish newspaper (I guess that´s the original interview, but I can´t read a single turkish word...maybe a member her can (?) http://www.milliyet.com/2005/06/15/guncel/agun.html ) It says practically the same like the article in Aftenposten...only that they have spiced the article with some sort of "drama" up

Victoria würde nicht auf den Thron verzichten
Auch nicht aus Liebe

Die schwedische Thronfolgerin Victoria würde sich im Zweifel für den Thron und gegen die Liebe entscheiden. "Ich würde nicht auf das Amt verzichten", sagte Victoria in einem Interview, das die türkische Zeitung "Milliyet" am Mittwoch veröffentlichte. "Ich wurde geboren, um Schweden zu helfen, und versuche, mein Bestes zu geben."

Die 27-jährige Victoria, die sich zu einem dreitägigen Besuch in der Türkei aufhielt, ist seit knapp vier Jahren mit dem 31-jährigen Bürgerlichen Daniel Westling liiert. Einer Hochzeit mit ihm müsste die schwedische Regierung zustimmen. In der schwedischen Geschichte gab es nur wenige Ehepartner ohne einen adeligen Stammbaum, darunter die aus Deutschland stammende Königin Silvia. (A wedding would have to be approved of the Swedish government. Sweden´s history has not many couples without a noble genealogy to offer, among them the from Germany coming queen Silvia-> a) the writer has forgotten to relate the sentence to the Royal house. Here it seems as if all the Svenssons would be noble :rolleyes: b) Here it sounds as if the government has made an exception for Silvia. And as if the trend would go back to Royal partners)

Das Verhältnis zwischen Victorias Eltern und Westling gilt als frostig. Für ein Fest der königlichen Familie im Frühjahr soll der Fitness-Studio-Betreiber keine Einladung erhalten haben. (The relationship between Victorias parents and Westling is known for being frosty. It´s said for a festivity of the Royal family in spring the gym owner hasn´t gotten an invitation-> *sigh* it was clear, that also german mags would pick up this story. After having seen a few dozens pics of the meeting at Sofiero, they should know, that this meeting was more an offical duty than anything else. I guess the "real" Bernadottish parties are of an other kind...less stays on the outside, more alcohol and more casual food. And who knows, maybe Daniel has already experienced such a party) Zu den häufigen Hochzeitsgerüchten hat der schwedische Hof bisher keine Stellungnahme abgegeben.

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 07:28 PM

Well but isn't that the same old story? For me it seems as Victoria always answers this kind of questions the same way.

Lena 06-15-2005 08:20 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
Well but isn't that the same old story? For me it seems as Victoria always answers this kind of questions the same way.

Yes, very true. But I´ve a feeling, she´s intensifying the whole thing a bit. Maybe it´s also some kind of strategy...couldn´t it be, that she wants to point out, that the Swedes should try all, so that she hasn´t to deal with this moral conflict?? With "try all" I mean, that they should try as hard as possible to accept Daniel.
Ok, maybe a little bit far-fetched and maybe I´m too much of an intriguer to think like this (?)

"Jeg ble født for å hjelpe Sverige, og jeg forsøker å gjøre mitt beste"
"I was born to help Sweden and I will try to give my best"... I wonder, if I would have to pay her (or the court) money to use this sentence for a science fiction movie...well, I would change a little word "I was born to help Galactica and I will try to give my best" (Hm, ok this sounds beaten...I´ve to think about the name...)

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 08:25 PM

I think the Swedes would be happy to see her starting a family (getting married getting pregnant raising children)

Lena 06-15-2005 08:56 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
I think the Swedes would be happy to see her starting a family (getting married getting pregnant raising children)

Yes, especially now...when they have to look full of jealousy to the danish and norwegian neighbours

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 08:58 PM

Yeap and Victoria is not the youngest anymore. A lot of females of her age already have got a family.

Lena 06-15-2005 09:01 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
Yeap and Victoria is not the youngest anymore. A lot of females of her age already have got a family.

Yeap...and personally I wouldn´t mind, when she wouldn´t wait too long. Honestly I´m not too fond of this idea to get children with 35+ It would be good, when Victoria would help to set a new (actually old) trend.

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 09:05 PM

First child before 30? Well than I think she has to hurry.

Lena 06-15-2005 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
First child before 30? Well than I think she has to hurry.

I haven´t said before 30...but I wouldn´t mind to see a cute snub-nosed Royal baby in 2007 :) With a wedding in summer 2006 this should be possible. I might be wrong, but I guess as soon as she is married the offspring will come pretty fast within a few years.

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 09:16 PM

Well maybe just the pressure the press makes is enough. Afaik they start to ask for children at the soonest and discuss all and everything when they think it takes to much time!

Lena 06-15-2005 09:19 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
Well maybe just the pressure the press makes is enough. Afaik they start to ask for children at the soonest and discuss all and everything when they think it takes to much time!

Hm, actually the scandinavian press wasn´t too cruel to Mary and MM...so maybe they have also "luck". Let´s hope both don´t have to deal with such a chivvy as Letizia and Felipe.

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 09:21 PM

but well they didn't get dissapointed very much. I think the fems there got pregnant in time so nothing to discuss. In Spain the Crown prince made the mistake that he said he wants to have saveral children imho. Thats why the press got so mad I think.

Lena 06-15-2005 09:30 PM

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Originally Posted by mixer2002de
but well they didn't get dissapointed very much. I think the fems there got pregnant in time so nothing to discuss. In Spain the Crown prince made the mistake that he said he wants to have saveral children imho. Thats why the press got so mad I think.

Fems=females=the crown princesses?
Well, I guess in Spain the idea of getting pregnant directly after the wedding is more spread than in e.g. Scandinavian countries...and IMO that´s why the press got so mad...but I can´t say for sure. Generally I had the feeling the media hasn´t always represented the opinion of the people in this time or vice vera :confused:
Some tabloids seem to have this as strategy: being harder and more cruel than the ppl...so that the ppl defend the Royals (or other ppl, who are covered), but lose at the same time not the interest in the tabloid. Dunno if my explanation made sense.

mixer2002de 06-15-2005 09:32 PM

maybe she should have been pregnant in advance and tell nobody :)

Josefine 02-24-2009 04:26 PM

Lena the day has come, but babies will take at least to more years


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