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pamk 11-07-2008 05:33 PM

I cannot get over how much Emma resembles Queen Silvia when she was young -

Lena 11-07-2008 06:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Al_bina (Post 849290)
Well ... I just feel sorry for Miss Pernald ... :verysad::verysad:A split is a painful process ...

Thatīs for sure. But they have had a break before. Sometimes a final cut to an on/off relationship is some kind of relief and a lot better than leading it on...though 9 years is a long time of course...

BTW Iīve noted, that he was on Mauritius on Monday already. Then Emma had turned 29.

Boris 11-08-2008 06:34 AM

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Originally Posted by pamk (Post 849296)
I cannot get over how much Emma resembles Queen Silvia when she was young -

Apart from the fact that they are both brunettes, I don't see any resemblance at all... the then-Silvia Sommerlath was quite a different type, besides being a true classic beauty.
Today a possible reason for Emma Pernald not joining the Prince on Mauritius on her birthday was speculated on in the Swedish press - her father had a stroke recently and she supposedly spends a lot of time with him. Which might or might not be the case.

Helen88 11-08-2008 06:49 AM

Boris, I agree with you. They're both brunettes and that's it pretty much.

But I think if Emma stayed home because of her father, CP could've stayed with her, I mean, if they are a couple still, that would be a nice gesture considering how a stroke of your maybe-future-in-law isn't a very nice thing.

Helen88 11-09-2008 11:57 AM

Jenny Alexandersson is trying very hard on her blog to assure everyone that Emma and Carl Philip are still together...I wonder why she mentions it all the time.

firelight 11-12-2008 09:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Helen88 (Post 849418)
But I think if Emma stayed home because of her father, CP could've stayed with her, I mean, if they are a couple still, that would be a nice gesture considering how a stroke of your maybe-future-in-law isn't a very nice thing.

Yes. I thought it strange too. I'm trying to put myself in Emma's shoes - dad has a stroke - boyfriend off to Mauritius for holiday.

???!!!

They've been a couple for 9 years. When you've been with someone for 9 years, you don't take off for a tropical holiday when your partner's dad has a stroke! CP's holiday without Emma is not in itself a telling thing IMO, but his holiday without her at what must be a difficult time for her and her family - yikes.

grevinnan 11-12-2008 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by firelight (Post 851824)
Yes. I thought it strange too. I'm trying to put myself in Emma's shoes - dad has a stroke - boyfriend off to Mauritius for holiday.

???!!!

They've been a couple for 9 years. When you've been with someone for 9 years, you don't take off for a tropical holiday when your partner's dad has a stroke! CP's holiday without Emma is not in itself a telling thing IMO, but his holiday without her at what must be a difficult time for her and her family - yikes.

And why not? Emma works full time and visits her dad - at least according to the Swedish press - on her time off from work. Carl Philip would most likely not spend the same amount of time with Emma's family that she does. He was only gone for two weeks. Life does not stop because you girlfriends father had a stroke six months ago. I hope the father recovers and the family will get some relief and rest.

Lena 11-12-2008 12:27 PM

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Originally Posted by grevinnan (Post 851872)
And why not? Emma works full time and visits her dad - at least according to the Swedish press - on her time off from work. Carl Philip would most likely not spend the same amount of time with Emma's family that she does. He was only gone for two weeks. Life does not stop because you girlfriends father had a stroke six months ago. I hope the father recovers and the family will get some relief and rest.

Might be...probably "no vacation work-wise" is the real explanation (IMO it was quite fishy, that Johan T. Lindwall brought the stroke up to support his point. If fam. Pernald was left alone until now, they should be left alone further)
But I still think...itīs not the nicest gesture, that a partner is missing a girlfriendīs birthday after a difficult period for fun reasons. Or are you disagreeing here, grevinnan?

royalone3 11-12-2008 10:34 PM

I hope they did break-up,the Swedish forum could use a shake-up,Victoria is boring.

firelight 11-13-2008 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by royalone3 (Post 852208)
I hope they did break-up,the Swedish forum could use a shake-up,Victoria is boring.

Errr...I don't think we can expect them to break up just to amuse us! :rolleyes: Of course now we all have something to talk about but really, but for their sake, I hope the speculation is only that and nothing more.

grevinnan, sorry I still have to disagree with you about the holiday. Speaking from a personal point of view, I would not go away for a tropical holiday during a time coinciding with my boyfriend's birthday when my boyfriend is worrying over the health of his parent. Likewise, I would be hurt if my boyfriend went away for a fun holiday when I'm trying to deal with my father's stroke! Life does not stop if your gf's father had a stroke, but perhaps it could be put on hold for a little while?

Of course I admit I'm applying my own personal view on things. It's impossible for us outsiders to make valid judgements since we really know nothing about Emma and CP as a couple. All we know of them is what we see in the media, which is misleading because there is so much that is not shown - only they can understand the real truth about their relationship. So I'll try not to be judgemental :angel: and hope that everything - however it turns out - is for the best.

royalone3 11-13-2008 09:40 PM

Of course royalty is here to amuse us,what else are they good for?

Aurora810 11-13-2008 10:38 PM

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Originally Posted by royalone3 (Post 852677)
Of course royalty is here to amuse us,what else are they good for?


Charity work, serving their countries, using their fame to bring awareness where awareness is needed, and as Victoria herself has mentioned to serve as an "advertisement" for Sweden. They are not just dumb hollywood celebrities. Thank goodness for that!

grevinnan 11-15-2008 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Lena (Post 851924)
Might be...probably "no vacation work-wise" is the real explanation (IMO it was quite fishy, that Johan T. Lindwall brought the stroke up to support his point. If fam. Pernald was left alone until now, they should be left alone further)
But I still think...itīs not the nicest gesture, that a partner is missing a girlfriendīs birthday after a difficult period for fun reasons. Or are you disagreeing here, grevinnan?

I always make the assumption that the royals have the ability to make decisions among themselves that are acceptable to all involved. To assume they need web posters to direct them to make the "right" decision is on the arrogant side.

Lena 11-15-2008 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by grevinnan (Post 853509)
I always make the assumption that the royals have the ability to make decisions among themselves that are acceptable to all involved. To assume they need web posters to direct them to make the "right" decision is on the arrogant side.

This is here not about directing, but about having an opinion, and I guess everyone is entitled to have one without being accused of being arrogant. Or are you disagreeing here, grevinnan?

HRHofNothing 01-19-2009 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Lena (Post 847832)
Yes, thatīs what I am thinking (or letīs say bisexual). But and this should be really underlined: Even though others share my theory, there is no ultimate proof
Itīs more based on feelings, rumours and pix, which can be read two ways.

add me to this group. I always thought something was up between him and Victoria's other Daniel. Who knows, I may be completely wrong.

Anyways, it looks like he and Emma are still together. If I was in her shoes, I would be looking for some formal, legal procedures soon.

royalone3 01-19-2009 09:58 PM

Who's Victoria's other Daniel?

HRHofNothing 02-18-2009 04:23 PM

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Originally Posted by royalone3 (Post 881923)
Who's Victoria's other Daniel?

Daniel Collert. Or as some people refer to him the "cute Daniel". Victoria had a long term relationship with him before the current Daniel. Come to think of it, I don't think the Swedish siblings know how to have short-term affairs ;)

Princess Mia 02-18-2009 11:02 PM

No offense but I hope Emma pernald is not Carl philips future wife and it's not because I like him which I don't ,Although I find him to be an attractive man.And I'm wayyyy to young. It's just Emma does not seem like a nice person which you can tell through pictures and experience.

alevp 02-22-2009 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Princess Mia (Post 895843)
No offense but I hope Emma pernald is not Carl philips future wife and it's not because I like him which I don't ,Although I find him to be an attractive man.And I'm wayyyy to young. It's just Emma does not seem like a nice person which you can tell through pictures and experience.

Hello everyone,
I am new here :smile:, and
Returning to the issue I totally agree with you ... i don't know why she was not yet convinced me....... and forgiveness for my English, I am still not very good at this :ermm:

lilou 03-01-2009 10:42 AM

I'm not a fan of Emma too. Well I think she's a beautifull person but I don't see any chemistry between the too.

Just a question: We know that the rumour about break is false but why emma was not at Victoria and Daniel's engagement privat party? Madeleine was with Jonas and I don't see any picture of emma. She was at the party or no?


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