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Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria reveal their favourite royal jewellery

In a two-part documentary about the Swedish Royal Jewels, both Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria have spoken about wearing some of the oldest and most precious jewellery in the world. The Queen and Crown Princess of Sweden also revealed their favourite tiaras. Her Majesty Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Christina -King Carl XVI Gustaf’s sister – have…
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Swedish Royals celebrate Easter online

The Swedish Royal Family have released an adorable video showing them contacting their family in Sweden – and Princess Madeleine’s family in the United States. The video begins with Crown Princess Victoria, her husband Prince Daniel and their two children…
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King Carl XVI Gustaf: "And though it might be hard, remember: You are not alone."

King Carl XVI Gustaf addressed Sweden this afternoon from Stenhammar Palace in Södermanland regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The King’s speech, “The King’s greeting to Sweden,” was aired on SVT1. He recorded the speech from Stenhammar Palace where he and Queen Silvia have been residing since the outbreak began in Sweden. He spoke about how he was delivering his…
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Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel thank Swedish troops for their work battling coronavirus

The Crown Princess Couple visited the field hospital at the Stockholm Fair in Älvsjö Thursday to see the incredible work being done by the Swedish Armed Forces in their efforts to add more hospital beds to the city. The troops are working day and night to complete the hospital space, which was requested by the National Board of Health and Welfare, by this upcoming Monday. During their…
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The Swedish Prince who died of a pandemic flu

While the coronavirus continues to spread, we can rewind a little over a hundred years in time. In 1918 and 1919, another virus as ravaged countries across the globe. It caused widespread devastation, but despite its origins, it became known as Spanish flu, named after the Spanish king at that time, Alfonso XIII. King Alfonso was one of the first in Spain to be diagnosed with the flu; however…
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