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"..On January 23, 1974, H. M. Carl Gustaf became AIK's patron and First Honorary Member and thus took over the roles from his Grandfather Gustaf VI Adolf."
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Old 08-06-2020, 06:52 AM
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The King has sent his condolences to H.E. president Michel Aoun of the Lebanese Republic.
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Old 08-08-2020, 08:33 AM
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Today is queen Silvia's Name Day, SPA photo agency congratulates with this gallery
#congratulations on your #nameday Queen... - Swedish Press Agency _ Facebook

Stella Pictures congratulates
https://www.instagram.com/p/CDnzmOZptdO/

Traditions are there to be followed!
So even today, August 8, 2020, when the artillery company at the Artillery Regiment traditionally and exemplary fired a salute on the occasion of Queen Silvia's name day.
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Old 08-21-2020, 12:50 AM
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Svensk Damtidning:
After six months of home isolation at Stenhammar and Solliden: Now the royal couple are returning to Drottningholm - at least partly.
The royal couple will leave Solliden in the next few days - and will be back at work in Stockholm next week, Margareta Thorgren. But the question is: What will be their "home base" now? Are they moving back to their "regular" private apartment on Drottningholm?
Or will they return to Stenhammar, as during the whole long corona spring? When Svensk Damtidning asks that question to the court, the answer is not crystal clear.
- I do not have any information about that yet. But it is clear that the royal couple will also be at Drottningholm.
- The King will carry out his official assignments during the autumn as far as possible, but without going against the restrictions and recommendations that apply in Sweden. There will continue to be digital meetings, but also smaller individual meetings with physical presence. The place can always be discussed, but the work is based at the Royal Palace.
Does this mean that the Crown Princess couple will have a more outward-looking role than the royal couple?
- Since the royal couple belongs to a risk group, the work may sometimes be structured in other ways. In cases where they are prevented, the king always has the opportunity to delegate assignments to the Crown Princess or to someone else in the royal family.
It was in March that the royal couple left Stockholm to isolate themselves at home on Stenhammar. They then remained there for three months,, and the only time they were back in Stockholm was in connection with the National Day celebrations on 6 June.
The week before midsummer, they moved to the summer palace Solliden, and after two months there, it will now be Stockholm and Drottningholm again - at least partly.
Kungaparets chockbesked – lämnar Öland! _ Svensk Dam
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Old 08-29-2020, 02:00 PM
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Queen Silvia has had a sad year. Within months, she has lost several close acquaintances.
The grand old lady of the Bernadotte family, Dagmar von Arbin, was the first. At Dagmar's funeral, you could clearly see that Silvia carried her grief openly.
The next tragic death was Silvia's close friend and co-worker Karin Lind-Mörnesten, who died only 62 years old and left a big void behind in the organization around Silviahemmet.
Shortly after the news of Karin's death, we were all reached by the news that Göran Alm, former head of the Bernadotte Library, had died. Another hard blow for the royal family - and for Silvia
Silvia's former secretary Margareta "Maddi" Dimander has now died at the age of 86. Maddi was a court secretary and handled large parts of the queen's communication with the outside world.
Drottning Silvia i sorg efter dödsbesked _ Svensk Dam
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Old 09-01-2020, 10:38 AM
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This is how the 70-plus king and queen will live and work this autumn.
They have been isolated at home at Stenhammar and Solliden for six months. But now the court confirms that the king and queen have moved home to Drottningholm again. From now on, they will have their work base at the Royal Palace:
- The King and Queen have returned to the Royal Palace - the official residence of the head of state.
But it is also clear that the corona situation will affect the royal couple's work this autumn as well:
- The royal couple will keep in touch with different parts of society via digital tools, the court announces.
- At the same time, the head of state plans to once again start giving audiences at the Royal Palace, in forms specially adapted to the prevailing pandemic. All activities for the King, Queen and the rest of the royal family are planned with regard to the covid-19 pandemic and current recommendations.
The news that the 70s plus the king and queen will start having "smaller individual meetings" at the Palace still means that it has brightened - at least in part.
At the same time, Crown Princess Victoria can count on stepping into the field at times when the risk to her father becomes too great due to the pandemic. This is what Margareta Thorgren says to Svensk Damtidning:
- Since the royal couple belongs to a risk group, the work may sometimes be arranged in other ways. In cases where they are prevented, the king always has the opportunity to delegate assignments to the Crown Princess or to someone else in the royal family.
Hovets besked om drottning Silvia – efter frånvaron _ Svensk Dam

The court published this photo of the king and queen at the Royal Palace today at its Facebook and Instagram
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Old 09-02-2020, 12:31 PM
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Condolences to President Kovind
On the occasion of the passing of the former President of the Republic of India Pranab Mukherjee, HM the King has sent a condolence telegram to HE President Ram Nath Kovind.
President Pranab Mukherjee paid a state visit to TM The King and Queen in 2015.
Kondoleanser till president Kovind - Sveriges Kungahus
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Old 09-19-2020, 04:21 AM
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At Håll Sverige Rent (Keep Sweden Tidy) Youtube Channel

Saturday 19 September is Keep Sweden Tidy Day.
Here comes a greeting from the King to all you heroes out there who pick up trash.

Saturday 19 September is "Keep Sweden Tidy Day". The King is the patron of the Stiftelsen Håll Sverige rent (Keep Sweden Tidy Foundation) and sends a greeting on the occasion of the day.
Kungen uppmärksammar Håll Sverige rent-dagen - Sveriges Kungahus

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Old 09-20-2020, 06:07 AM
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Queen Silvia has been interviewed by Henrik Frenkel, the founder of Alzheimer Life Foundation.

In her first podcast interview ever, Queen Silvia talks openly about her mother's dementia and how it has affected her own life.
The Queen is also doubtful about how society has succeeded in its goal of protecting the elderly during the pandemic.
“It is extremely frightening that so many elderly people have died in the pandemic in Sweden. And it was with sadness in my heart that I saw that all the elderly who died became just a number in the statistics. Old people sat alone with their anxiety and their pain.”
In the one-hour unique podcast, Queen Silvia sits opposite me and talks about her time in quarantine, about what it was like to meet children and grandchildren at Solliden on Öland this summer, about the special stigma surrounding Alzheimer's and about the thoughts of being affected.
Listen to the unique podcast talk with Queen Silvia here.
Drottning Silvia_ ”Skrämmande att äldre som dött i pandemin bara blir en siffra i statistiken” by Hjälp, har jag Alzheimer!

I listened the podcast
The queen tells at the podcast that after their quarantine in Stenhammar she and the king met their children and grandchildren in Solliden. First came the crown princess family, and then a little later the prince family. Everyone who came to Solliden were tested for Covid-19. The meetings were done outdoors. The meetings with her grandchildren were difficult, when she couldn't hug them, of course those of them who are older, understood it and it was easier with them.

Queen Silvia in her first podcast interview: "Scary that the elderly who died in the pandemic only become a number in the statistics"
In her first podcast interview, Queen Silvia talks openly about her thoughts on having dementia in the family through her deceased mother.
In the one-hour interview, the Queen also questions her neighbors on Drottningholm for having stopped the heart project SilviaBo. The Queen suspects that it is prejudice against people with dementia that is behind the fact that the six apartments have been empty for three years.
The Queen also suggests doubts about how society has succeeded in its goal of protecting the elderly during the pandemic.
“It is extremely frightening that so many elderly people have died in the pandemic in Sweden. And it was with sadness in my heart that I saw that all the elderly who died became just a number in the statistics. Old people sat alone with their anxiety and their pain.”
Queen Silvia sits opposite me and tells me how difficult it was, when the infection was ravaging our nursing homes the most, to sit isolated at Stenhammar Castle and not be able to do anything for the elderly.
“It is easy to imagine the pain that all the elderly feel in isolation. I understand that the authorities want well but people are suffering."
I follow up by asking if we have succeeded in our most important mission, to protect the elderly during the pandemic.
"It depends on how you see it… but preferably I want to avoid answering that question."
I understand that a clearer answer can ignite the criticism of the part of the Swedish strategy that would protect the old and fragile. And there the Queen is careful, but the silence in the answer gives a hint.
We are sitting in the King's and Queen's private dining room at the Royal Palace. The Queen has invited me for her first ever podcast interview.
Monday is International Alzheimer's Day, and now the Queen wants to shed light on Alzheimer's disease and the dementia issue, which she thinks has disappeared. A very large number of those who died in Covid-19 have suffered from dementia, and become easy victims of the infection.
But the Queen also says in the interview that she followed my own journey with various forms of diagnoses, and now wants to honor my public opinion work by setting up a very personal conversation about Alzheimer's disease and how it has affected her and her family.
“SilviaBo is a project I do with my heart”
The queen is relaxed during the conversation, and sometimes a little hilarious. But at one point in the interview, it flashes in the Queen's eyes. That's when we start talking about the Queen's big heart project in recent years, SilviaBo out on Drottningholm.
Together with Ingvar Kamprad and Ikea, the Queen developed a modern form of senior apartments for couples who lived a whole life together and would now have the opportunity to live together even when one of them suffers from Alzheimer's. The Queen saw these six apartments as a pilot project to perhaps develop into a model for the whole of Sweden.
But the Queen's neighbors have stopped patients from moving into their homes. On paper for formal reasons. And for the past three years, they have been completely empty.
"This makes me very sad, that you (neighbors, authorities) can not see that it is a well-meaning project and that I do it with my heart."
I ask if the Queen deep down suspects that the real reason why the neighbors want to stop SilviaBo is due to prejudice and that but do not want dementia so close to them.
"I do not dare to ask because I am afraid it is so. It is so painful and cruel that we have nice apartments that are just empty.”
The conversation with the Queen is largely very personal. The Queen is probably the one in our country who for the past 25 years has done the most for people with dementia, and to draw attention to Alzheimer's and dementia.
"One should speak openly about the disease in the family"
The Silviahemmet Foundation was founded on the initiative of the Queen on Valentine's Day 1996 and is both a day activity and a certification of care staff in dementia issues.
The Queen realized early on that knowledge is the tool to be able to understand, help and treat a person with dementia. At Silviahemmet, both younger and older people with dementia meet daily with Silvia sisters, who with care and knowledge make sure to take care of the health of each guest.
The Queen is also behind an acclaimed certification of healthcare professionals in dementia issues.
For the Queen, the interest and commitment began with her own mother Alice becoming ill. The first sign, says the Queen, was when mother Alice was visiting Drottningholm Palace and could not pack her own suitcase. The queen's father had kept a secret from both her mother and his daughter that it was dementia.
"It was a shame, because it had helped me deal with my mother's illness", says the Queen.
But what makes me surprised - and as the Queen now tells publicly for the first time - is that the Queen herself chose when she found out about her mother's diagnosis, not to tell her mother that it was a dementia the mother suffered from. Alzheimer's and dementia are surrounded by a stigma, and it is cemented by keeping quiet and not talking about the disease.
The Queen believes that the silence was made out of consideration, but that it is something the Queen today with better knowledge regrets.
"I think the family should talk openly about the disease. It was so strange for the children that my mother could repeat five times that they had not visited them without being able to understand why.”
The Queen's mother, Alice Sommerlath, died on Drottningholm 23 years ago, but the memories and pain of her mother's illness remain. It is noticeable in the conversation, and it is a pain the Queen shares with all the relatives, to slowly see her parent disappear from her ordinary self.
We naturally get into the Queen's own fear of suffering from dementia. The Queen turns 77 in December, and the risk of developing Alzheimer's increases exponentially with age. If you also have dementia in the family, that risk is doubled.
"Are we not all afraid of it", the Queen answers my personal question.
I follow up by asking what the Queen would want if she herself suffered from dementia.
“If I were to become ill with Alzheimer's, I hope that all the work I have put in over 25 years to develop knowledge about dementia, can also help me and my family in such a situation. That they (the family ) do not get scared and can stand by my side, and that they include me.”
The Queen then says that if someone in the royal couple should suffer from a dementia disease, they will go out and tell it openly to the Swedish people, in the same way as Queen Margarethe did when her husband Prince Henrik was affected.
Other things that come up in the almost hour-long podcast interview:
Why the Queen has never before felt so much 70-plus.
How the royal couple lived during their quarantine at Stenhammar Castle.
Concerns about getting the virus yourself.
How the Queen met her children and grandchildren during the quarantine.
Why did the Queen start by investing in assistant nurses in her internationally acclaimed effort to certify health care professionals?
Why does the head of American Bank, after a visit to Silviahemmet, now train his banking staff in dementia issues?
Why the Queen's mother became so scared when she saw a dark carpet on Drottningholm.
What the Queen gives for advice to those who have anxiety because they have incipient Alzheimer's.
What to do when telling your children that you have a cognitive illness.
What the Queen thinks will be the headline in the newspapers after this podcast talk.
Drottning Silvia i sin första poddintervju_ ”Skrämmande att äldre som dött i pandemin bara blir en siffra i statistiken” - Alzheimer Life

Drottning Silvia om tiden i karantän_ ”Så mycket 70-plus”
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Old 09-22-2020, 01:09 AM
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The court put late yesterday evening to its social media the queen's message on World Alzheimer's Day.
"I would like to give a special praise to the care and nursing staff who make such outstanding efforts in a difficult situation."
https://www.instagram.com/p/CFaL-UYAs_8/
Kungahuset - Hälsning från Drottningen på Internationella Alzheimerdagen _ Facebook

And today it was put to court Youtube
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Old 10-06-2020, 12:09 PM
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Distribution of scholarships from the King Carl XVI Gustaf's 50th Anniversary Fund for Science, Technology and the Environment.
The King as its Chairman at its meeting on 16 September, the foundation's board decided to award the following scholarships. His Majesty the King will award the scholarships at a reception at the Royal Palace on December 15.
Utdelning av stipendier ur Stiftelsen Konung Carl*XVI Gustafs 50-årsfond för vetenskap, teknik och miljö - Sveriges Kungahus
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Old 10-22-2020, 03:33 AM
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Artist Peter Eugén's painting of king Carl Gustaf:
https://www.instagram.com/p/CGkxILxJqNq/
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https://www.instagram.com/p/CGiC3QepTAo/

Peter Eugén is a self-taught artist and with over 50 exhibitions around Sweden and abroad he is one of the top leading artists in Sweden.
Creativearts - Peter Eugén top leading artist _ Popart-watercolor-Sverige
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Old 10-29-2020, 01:47 PM
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Condolences to President Macron
For this morning's deed in the Church of Notre-Dame in Nice, H.M. The King sent the following telegram to H.E. President Emmanuel Macron.
Kondoleanser till president Macron - Sveriges Kungahus
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Condolences to Federal President Van der Bellen
Due to yesterday's deed in Vienna, HM the King has sent the following telegram to HE Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen.
Kondoleanser till förbundspresident Van der Bellen - Sveriges Kungahus
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Old 11-14-2020, 04:06 AM
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Queen Silvia has given an interview to Vårdfokus, magazine of Vårdförbundet (The Swedish Association of Health Professionals). The interview was done in October.
At the interview the reporter writes that the queen is a royal super professional. After a while, the interview feels more like a conversation with an old friend. The queen tells how she chose nurses to her closest employees when she became queen. She speaks about her mother's dementia.
When the queen is asked how she herself wants to be treated by her loved ones when she grows old, she laughs and says that "maybe I am already".
- It is precisely that my surroundings, not just my family members, understand the situation I am in. That with warmth, respect, love and consideration you are next to me, not in front of me, not behind me, the queen answers.
On behalf of her entire family, the queen thanks everyone who works in health care and care for the elderly, for fantastic efforts, not least during the pandemic.
Drottning Silvia hyllar vårdens hjältar - Vårdfokus
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Vårdfokus - Vårdfokus möter drottning Silvia _ Facebook
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Old 11-20-2020, 10:21 AM
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Queen Silvia has given a message to ECPAT International today, on World Children's Day. This year ECPAT International celebrates 30 years of fighting sexual abuse and exploitation of children. Queen Silvia is the patron of ECPAT Sweden.
I urge everyone to rise to this challenge._ by ECPAT International - ECPAT Stories
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The board of the King Carl XVI Gustaf 50th Anniversary Fund for Science, Technology and the Environment decided at its meeting on November 18 with H.M The King as Chairman to appoint Professor André M de Roos as the twentysixth holder of King Carl XVI Gustaf's professorship in environmental science for 2021/22.
Professor de Roos is Professor of Theoretical Ecology at the Department of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Innehavare av H.M. Konungens professur i miljövetenskap utsedd - Sveriges Kungahus
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SVT Morgonstudion showed a clip from SVT's annual program "Året med kungafamiljen" (The Year with the Royal Family).

The king said that Sweden has not succeeded in its corona handling and calls it a failure.
- I think we have failed, a large number of people have died, and it is terrible. You think of all the family members who have been unable to say goodbye to their deceased family members. I think it is a heavy and traumatic experience not to be able to say a warm goodbye. The Swedish people have suffered enormously.
Henrik Wenander, professor of Public Law at Lund University, says that this type of criticism is startling, because it's unusual that the king speaks like this. He shouldn't speak in a way that can be seen as having a different opinion than the government. But he perhaps should comment on this, as he should also be a symbolic leader, even in crises.
Kungen om Sveriges coronahantering_ ”Vi har misslyckats”
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Kungen om pandemin_ ”Jag anser att vi har misslyckats” _ SVT Nyheter
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SVT Morgonstudion showed a clip from SVT's annual program "Året med kungafamiljen" (The Year with the Royal Family).

The king said that Sweden has not succeeded in its corona handling and calls it a failure.
- I think we have failed, a large number of people have died, and it is terrible. You think of all the family members who have been unable to say goodbye to their deceased family members. I think it is a heavy and traumatic experience not to be able to say a warm goodbye. The Swedish people have suffered enormously.
Henrik Wenander, professor of Public Law at Lund University, says that this type of criticism is startling, because it's unusual that the king speaks like this. He shouldn't speak in a way that can be seen as having a different opinion than the government. But he perhaps should comment on this, as he should also be a symbolic leader, even in crises.
Kungen om Sveriges coronahantering_ ”Vi har misslyckats”
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He's right.

A report published very recently backs up what the King is saying.

Yet, the whole Swedish media establishment and opinion elite is up in arms!
The King is criticizing the government! The King criticize the official handling of the pandemic! - How dare the King say something like, just because it's correct! He should be censored! He should be made to apologize!
- Never mind the now almost 8.000 dead, it's unacceptable that the king dare point that out.

- That's pretty much the official reaction...

With a population of 60 % of Sweden, Denmark has one-eight the number of dead, almost 1.000.
Finland and Norway with each half the population of Sweden have less than one tenth the number of dead.
Sweden, with a population of 10 million, has 5.500-6.000 more dead than the other four Scandinavian countries put together, with a combined population of some 17-18 million.

- But it's King Carl Gustaf who is the wrong here, for basically saying the Swedish Corona strategy has failed.

Yeah, right...
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It should be noted that The King says that "we have failed". By that he implies that Sweden as a whole have failed. Not that the government and parliament have failed. The few reactions I've seen so far are more surprised about what he said than critical of what said. Though I'm sure the backlash is coming. Most importantly judging from what I hear from my social interactions irl (very few) and online His Majesty has his finger on the pulse of public opinion and a majority of the Swedes agrees with what he says.
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