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Old 01-04-2018, 12:49 AM
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I do not know if this is the right place to share this but I kept track of the number of work days that the Swedish Royal Family participated (and were publicly known about) as well as the cost of (known) clothing for the year.

Year End Review — Swedish Royal Fashion
Margareta Thorgren told in the beginning of 2017, that Daniel would concentrate on the children and family and work less in 2017, the court didnt want to call it paternity leave though. And when only the work days are listed, it doesn't tell how much the royal really spends at the work event. For instance, Daniel had six days with the visits of Prince Daniel's Fellowship entrepreneurial programme. These days last six-seven hours plus travelling. That is totally different than a half hour audience at the Royal Palace. It isn't easy to do a list that would really tell how much the royals work so that it would be totally right and do justice for the members of the royal family who work most. The court could also do a better job and list all work events to their calendar, for instance some of Daniel's events with Prince Daniel Fellowship and GEN-PEP aren't listed at the calendar. The press counts on the days listed at the calendar, the court could do a lot of good for the royal family's image by listing all the work events at the calendar.
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I do not know if this is the right place to share this but I kept track of the number of work days that the Swedish Royal Family participated (and were publicly known about) as well as the cost of (known) clothing for the year.

Year End Review — Swedish Royal Fashion
Thank you for the list/link and thank you for the effort.
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Aftonbladet has published "Kungliga kalendern 2018" (The Royal Calender 2018), "everything about the Royal family's year".
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Old 01-14-2018, 06:03 AM
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Expressen's royal expert Karin Lennmor at her chronicle today:
Victoria is stronger than Zlatan - isn't she?
Who is the biggest - Victoria or Zlatan? Who really contributes most to Sweden?
Is the royal family, with Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel in the lead, as valuable as swedish brands like Ikea, Absolut Vodka and Volvo?
The royal house makes huge benefit for Sweden, no matter what you think about the monarchy, whether you are a republican or royalist.
I have traveled a lot with the king and the queen and know how important they are for Sweden, especially abroad. Our royal house works as a tool for marketing Sweden.
The secret of monarchy's super value is that there aren't so many countries with kings and queens. There are many in the world, heads of state and business leaders who also want to sunbathe in that shine. The royals give a little extra flow!
It may be hard to compare people like Silvia or Victoria with famous brands such as Ikea or H & M.
- Instead, I think that you should equal them with Zlatan, says brand expert Anna Klingspor.
Zlatan got about SEK 15 million for a Volvo commercial. The king drives also a Volvo, he doesn't get any money for it but hopefully gives good PR for the car both at home and abroad. Important for Swedish business.
It is important to take care of its brand. The Bernadottes have succeeded over the years ... so-so, but still okay.
- Victoria and Daniel are good examples, they have really succeeded, they are doing a brilliant job for Sweden, says Anna Klingspor.
How do you take care of your brand?
- By being "clean and tidy", by being visible, knowing what you are doing and being well prepared, says Klingspor.
It is difficult to evaluate the royal family's work in money, but a good example is Crown Princess Victoria's wedding.
The city of Stockholm got a billion SEK in extra income that weekend when tens of thousands of tourists came to spend money on hotels, restaurants and commerce.
There is a republican idea of ​​privatizing the royal house - sell out the king, queen, Victoria and Daniel ...
Doesn't it sound strange? I want our royal house to spread both shine and a lot of PR for Sweden. And I think they are generally doing it well.
Extra golden star to Victoria and Daniel. You're as strong, if not stronger than Zlatan!
There is a poll in the end of the article:
Who does the most for Sweden?
Zlatan, he's an icon.
Crown Princess Victoria, she is a good role model.
No big difference, I think both do as much for Sweden.
Karin Lennmor_ Victoria är starkare än Zlatan – eller hur_ _ Karin Lennmor _ Expressen
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Old 01-21-2018, 04:30 PM
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The Swedish and Danish royal families have borrowed clothes to Sven-Harry's Art Museum's exhibition "Secrets of Couture", 26th January - 2nd April.

Sven-Harry’s art museum opens the winter-spring 2018 season with the exhibition Secrets of Couture. This exhibition highlights the mythical haute couture fashion and its role in today's fashion climate, and also looks at the possible future orientation of couture. Many garments that have been worn by prominent Swedish women, arts celebrities and pioneers in their fields (from Selma Lagerlöf to the permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, Sara Danius) will be featured. A centrepiece of the exhibition is the gown Sara Danius wore at the Nobel ceremony in 2015, created by Pär Engsheden.
With pieces borrowed from private collections, international fashion houses and the Swedish and Danish royal families, the exhibition seeks to give an overview of the history and future of the secret world of couture. One of the basic ideas for the exhibition is to raise issues on the relevance of couture in today's fashion climate, and how traditional craftsmanship can be combined with future demands on sustainability and new materials. This is explored with young designers, and especially in a collaboration with the Beckmans College of Design. Under the auspices of Pär Engsheden, eleven students have created outfits that give an idea of how future designers interpret couture as a craft and expressive medium.
The exhibition was designed by a team that has worked for three years on the conceptual structure and contents. The exhibition's creative directors are Pär Engsheden and Ingrid Giertz-Mårtenson. Ulrika Kyaga is a guest curator and editor of the exhibition catalogue.
Pär Engsheden is a designer and has been established for many years as Sweden's foremost representative of the art of couture. He is also the head of fashion studies at the Beckmans College of Design.
Sven-Harrys konstmuseum __ About the exhibition Secrets of Couture[/URL]
Victoria's chambermaid/stylist Tina Törnqvist was three days ago at Sven-Harry's Art Museum, she put Victoria's dress from H&M at Nobel Prize ceremony in 2016 to the stage ready for the exhibition. Photo from Museum's Facebook.
https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...3a&oe=5AE71BC7

It seems that at the exhibition is also at least Victoria's gorgeous red dress from Pär Engsheden at Nobel Prize ceremony in 2014, two queen Silvia's Nobel dresses and one Sofia's dress.
Victorias och Silvias klänningar ställs ut på museum _ Hemmets
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#OTD in 1818 the former Jacobin Jean Baptiste Bernadotte ascended the thrones of Sweden & Norway following the death of his adoptive father Karl XIII thereby founding the House of Bernadotte.
Quite ironically though the youngest of the reigning houses of Europe it is after the Liechtensteins the house who in agnatic descent has been on a throne the longest.
The bicentennial will be celebrated later today by the Royal family and other members of the Bernadotte family at the Royal Palace with music, lectures, speeches & a reception.
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Old 03-08-2018, 12:04 PM
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Expressen published today their list of 100 Women of the Year.
The Woman of the Year is Din medsyster (any woman or girl with whom a bond is felt).
Victoria is 20th and Sofia 36th at the list.
Hela listan – här är årets kvinnor 2018 _ Expressen

Victoria was Expressen's The Woman of the Year in 2011.
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Old 03-30-2018, 02:26 AM
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Margareta Thorgren said to Expressen:
- Easter is celebrated by the royal family, but it is a private matter and nothing we comment on more closely.
Does the whole family gather together at Easter or what does it look like?
- I have no information about that.
Thorgren said also that the whole royal family celebrates Easter in Sweden.
- Easter is celebrated, privately, in Sweden.
And the royal family has office work before their first public events after Easter.
Kungafamiljens beslut om sitt påskfirande _ Kungligt _ Expressen

To Svensk Damtidning Thorgren said:
- The whole royal family celebrates Easter in Sweden.
- The king and the queen spend the Easter weekend among other in the Swedish mountains.
Hovet_ Här ska kungafamiljen fira påsk! _ Svensk Damtidning

Victoria and Daniel have often spent Easter in Ockelbo.
According to the calender now the king has work events on 6th April, the queen, Victoria and Daniel on 7th April.
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Old 04-13-2018, 01:50 AM
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Expressen's royal expert Karen Lennmor's chronicle some weeks ago, after Adrienne was born.
How many princes and princesses can there be in Sweden?

Hur många prinsar och prinsessor tål Sverige_ _ Karin Lennmor _ Expressen
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Old 05-01-2018, 07:02 AM
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The royal court has published it's Annual Report 2017 on their website. The Report tells among other things that the king and queen had a total of about 3,400 guests at the various events. The crown princess couple also conducted official representation with over 360 invited guests.
http://www.kungahuset.se/download/18...lse%202017.pdf
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Old 05-01-2018, 07:22 AM
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Expressen's royal expert Karen Lennmor's chronicle some weeks ago, after Adrienne was born.
How many princes and princesses can there be in Sweden?

Hur många prinsar och prinsessor tål Sverige_ _ Karin Lennmor _ Expressen
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Taking into account Carl Gustaf's children and grandchildren, I think it is acceptable to have ten, or, in the future, maybe eleven Princes/Princesses of Sweden (HRHs). If, however, Carl Philip's and Madeleine's grandchildren also become princes/princesses, then we start to see an unacceptable inflation in the number of royals. In other words, at some point there has to be a cut. The recent Belgian royal decree limiting the use of the title of "Prince of Belgium" is a good model to follow, i.e. neither too restrictive as in the Netherlands or Spain, nor too generous as the current Swedish system where anyone in the line of sucession is legally a Prince/Princess of Sweden.

Having said that, it must be pointed out that the Swedish RF is not particularly expensive for the taxpayers. SEK 139 million is slightly under US$ 16 million , which is low compared to other monarchies like the Netherlands or the UK, and, before anyone raises the issue, that sum already includes security, tranportation, and maintenance of the royal palaces as far as I understand, so the Royal Court is not hiding any expenses that are charged to other government departments.
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Old 05-05-2018, 07:15 AM
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Expressen has an article about the royal family's prenuptial agreements.
Kung Carl Gustaf och Silvias äktenskapsförord om de skiljer sig _ Kungligt _ Expressen
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The Swedish Committee of the Constitution have in an article in Svenska Dagbladet declared their intention to, among other things, look over & reintroduce parts of the the Royal Swedish Orders of which some where abolished in 1975 & some can since then only be handed out to foreign citizens.
It's their voiced intention to reintroduce those abolished & reform the ones in present use. The same goes for the Royal medals.
It's also the committee's intention to look over what challenges a fast growing Royal house has and eventually even clarify which of those in the line of succession who will be expected to perform public duties and receive public funding for doing so. The committee states very clearly that it stands behind the monarchy but the to maintain the legitimacy of the office it has to be reformed.
In my mind the result could be some rule about only kids of monarch and heir gets funding for performing duties

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The legitimacy and trust of the Royal House are at risk of being undermined if more and more members are to act as official representatives of Sweden. An investigation will therefore analyze the royal house's commitments, as well as the general flag days and the public reward system with orders, medals and other awards, the representatives write.
But all hope is not out for the royal house.
In the article, politicians insist that they stand behind the Torekov agreement, which meant that the monarchy was preserved while the monarch was deprived of all formal political power and instead, as a primary task, was to represent Sweden and be a national symbol, together with other members of the royal house.
Now, however, the debaters want to limit the right of the royal family princes and princesses to represent the country.
- In several other monarchies in Europe have been discussed and are discussed whether it is justified to demarcate that circle of members of the royal family who are expected to perform official duties and who thus claim to be able to access to measures financed through the state budget. It is reasonable that such a discussion is also conducted in Sweden, the politicians write.
The Swedish Royal House has gained significantly more members in recent years. It now consists of 15 people, of whom 11 have the right to inherit the throne.
The politicians believe that the Bernadotte family will be breeding further.
- In the next generation thereafter you can expect even more legitimate people. Thus, if all these people act as official representatives of Sweden, it is a relatively large group of persons who would run activities funded by the Parliament's apanage to the court. There would be a risk of undermining the royal house's legitimacy and trust, the politicians write.
Kungafamiljens apanage hotas _ Stoppa Pressarna

From the court side it is said that it is good that the frames for the form of government and monarchy are reviewed.
- The clearer the frames of the form of government and monarchy are, the better. This is an initiative aimed at strengthening the cohesion of our society, which is already in line with how we work at the royal court. In the center we have the Head of state, Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle, the other members of the royal family are there to support the Head of state and his work, said Margareta Thorgren, Director of the press department.
The Swedish Committee of the Constitution also sees that the flag days only apply to the birthday and name day of the Head of state and heir to the throne. This would, in turn, mean that, for example, Prince Daniel can not get a raised flag when he turns years.
On the other hand, one would like the investigation to consider whether one or more new flag days should be introduced.
Margareta Thorgren believes that the Swedish flag is an important symbol for Sweden, and argues that this question is also linked to the issue of clearer frames about who represents the royal house nationally.
- It is the Head of state in which the whole monarchy and the form of government is based. The clearer we refine these questions the clearer it becomes for our whole society and there is nothing negative, she says, and continues:
- The Committee of the Constitution also writes that they want to do this investigation in consultation with the Royal Court, which we welcome.
Kungahuset växer – nu vill KU begränsa anslaget _ Kungligt _ Expressen
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- In the next generation thereafter you can expect even more legitimate people. Thus, if all these people act as official representatives of Sweden, it is a relatively large group of persons who would run activities funded by the Parliament's apanage to the court. There would be a risk of undermining the royal house's legitimacy and trust, the politicians write.
Kungafamiljens apanage hotas _ Stoppa Pressarna
I think the politicians have miscalculated the expectations of the public. The criticisms of Chris O'Neill (and Princess Madeleine to a lesser degree), for example, are evidence that, in Sweden, public trust in the royal house is undermined when people perceived as members of the royal family do not act as official representatives of Sweden and instead lead their lives as private citizens.
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Gods & Gårdar magazine has published a special magazine "Kungliga Slott och Sommernöjen" (Royal Palaces and Summer Fun). Here you can have a sneak peek of it.
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The Swedish Committee of the Constitution also sees that the flag days only apply to the birthday and name day of the Head of state and heir to the throne. This would, in turn, mean that, for example, Prince Daniel can not get a raised flag when he turns years.
On the other hand, one would like the investigation to consider whether one or more new flag days should be introduced.

Kungahuset växer – nu vill KU begränsa anslaget _ Kungligt _ Expressen
But Prince Daniel's birthday is not currently a flag day, is it?
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But Prince Daniel's birthday is not currently a flag day, is it?
No, but it will be when Victoria ascends the throne
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Expressen writes that Carl Philip and Sofia and Madeleine have got a lot of followers with their Instagram accounts.
- There is a lot of interest which we in the information department notice and are happy about, says Margareta Thorgren, director of the Information and Press Department.
There has been speculation about if an account for Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, and later for the King and Queen are on their way.
But now the court denies this.
- No, they will not have their own presence on Instagram according to the plans we have now. There are reasons for that, says Margareta Thorgren.
Why?
- The court already has a comprehensive social media presence, on Facebook and Instagram. There we tell about the work of the Head of State and also the future Head of State. It is a strategy we will continue with, says Thorgren.
The reason why the princess couple and Madeleine have their own accounts is thus able to refine the information at the royal house's official accounts.
- The prince couple and princess Madeleine support the Head of State and the Crown Princess through their commitment, says Thorgren.
Victoria stoppas – efter Sofias och Madeleines succé _ Kungligt _ Expressen
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King Carl Gustaf, queen Silvia, Victoria, Daniel, Carl Philip, Sofia, Madeleine and Chris and their children attend today at the wedding of Louise "Lussan" Gottlieb and baron Gustav Thott at Hölö church in Sörmland.
"The King's priest" Michael Bjerkhagen, Reverend, Court Chaplain and Rector of the Royal Court Parish weds the couple.
The bridesmaids are Madeleine, Louise Berggren, Tin-Tin af Buren, Caroline Cooke and Isabelle Lewenhaupt. The bridal children are Lussan's goddaughter Leonore, Leopold Berggren, Leonie Gottlieb, Lilie von Horn, Bastian Lewenhaupt and Hugo Philipson.
Ulric von der Esch is bestman and Josef Fares is Marshal with PA Tamm and Gustav's brothers Sebastian and Didrik, as well as Otto Thott.
Madeleine är tärna på Lussans bröllop _ Svensk Damtidning
Vi avslöjar! Prinsessan Leonore brudnäbb på Lussans bröllop _ Svensk Damtidning

At 14.15, relatives, friends and royals gathered for a drink in Stockholm city center. They toasted to interior designer Louise "Lussan" Gottlieb, who today marries Gustav Thott.
The guests then traveled in a group of buses to Hölö church in Sörmland where the wedding takes place. The place has a special meaning for Lussan and her family who spent many summers there. Lussan's parents Fredrik and Carola Gottlieb have a summer house in Trosa.
The wedding starts at 16.00. The bridal couple has wanted gifts in the form of money to later buy art. The dinner will take place in beautiful archipelago environment and the evening's entertainer is H&M heir Carl Tham.
Oscar and Emma Magnuson
https://files.svenskdam.se/uploads/2...n-tornblom.jpg
Jonas and Stephanie Bergström
https://files.svenskdam.se/uploads/2...n-tornblom.jpg
Niclas Engsäll (Andrea Brodin's ex-husband) with wife Carolina Neurath.
https://files.svenskdam.se/uploads/2...tornblom-1.jpg
Lussans och Gustavs bröllop är igång – se första bilderna! _ Svensk Damtidning

King Carl Gustaf, queen Silvia, Victoria, Daniel, Carl Philip and Sofia arriving. The men wear their orders.
Just nu! Kungafamiljen har anlänt till societetsbröllopet _ Svensk Damtidning

King Carl Gustaf and queen Silvia, Lussan's mother Carola Gottlieb behind them.
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Victoria and Daniel
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Carl Philip, Sofia, Victoria and Daniel
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The bride, Louise "Lussan" Gottlieb with her father Fredrik Gottlieb
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And here we see also a better photo of Madeleine and a photo of Leonore.
Se bilderna! Prinsessan Madeleine vid bästa väninnas sida _ Svensk Damtidning

Chris, Nicolas and a nanny.
https://z.cdn-expressen.se/images/43...x9/1260@80.jpg

Karl-Johan and Leonie Persson, behind them Victor and Frida Magnuson and Oscar and Emma Magnuson.
https://d.cdn-expressen.se/images/d7...x9/1264@60.jpg
Emma Pernald and Tomas Jonson, behind them Charlotte and Christoffer Cederlund.
https://f.cdn-expressen.se/images/fa...x9/1264@60.jpg

Waiting for the newly weds...
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And here they are, and a kiss
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Vilken kyss! Nu är Lussan och Gustav Thott äntligen gifta _ Svensk Damtidning

Points for outfits, there we see also Andrea Brodin and Cedric Notz (behind them are Jacob and Louise Cronstedt) and Sofi Fahrman and Filip Engelbert.
Kläderna från Louise Gottliebs bröllop –*kungafamiljen

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Prinsessan Madeleine tärna på ”Lussan” Gottliebs bröllop _ Aftonbladet

Lovisa de Geer and William Söraa
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Jan and Ellen Dinkelspiel
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Victor and Frida Magnuson
https://danapress.com/thumb.php/0178...GXCZ8vLmkrEQ~~

The gallery has a lot of photos, click "More media", and you get more photos
ROYAL: Madeleine, Victoria und Sofia bei der Hochzeit von Louise Gottlieb und Gustav Thott in Trosa
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