Originally Posted by Prisma
They're royals so they don't have a surname. I suppose the Swedish royals would use Bernadotte as a surname if they ever need to.
Expressen noticed whoever filled out Princess Leonore's diplomatic passport document wrote "Bernadotte O'Neill" in the surname column even though she didn't need one.
When Daniel and Victoria got married, the Royal Court sent to the Tax Agency an application of the change of name: Daniel's new name was Olof Daniel Westling Bernadotte.
Prins Daniel byter namn _ Nyheter _ Expressen
When Carl Philip and Sofia got married, the Royal Court sent to the Tax Agency an application of the change of name. It explained that they chose a common last name, Bernadotte.
Sofia Hellqvist byter namn till Bernadotte _ Nyheter _ Expressen
When Estelle was born, The Swedish Tax Agency decided that Princess Estelle does not have to carry a last name. She received an asterisk entered in the column of the registry office where the surname else should be - something that according to the Tax Agency itselfwas in conflict with the name law.
Skatteverket medger – bryter mot lagen när det gäller prinsessan Estelle _ Dagens Juridik