chris and madeleine


King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia were joined by Princess Madeleine & Chris O’Neill and Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia as the family welcomed Canada’s General Governor in Stockholm; David Johnston and his wife are in Sweden for a four-day official visit which will also include an official dinner at the Royal Palace. | February 20th, 2017 


The Swedish Royal Family arriving for the State Banquet in honor of Canadas Governor General, David Johnston, and his wife, Sharon.

Queen Silvia is wearing the Nine Prong Tiara, Princess Sofia is wearing Queen Josephine’s Amethyst Tiara, and Princess Madeleine is wearing the Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara.


Swedish Royal Family Challenge: Day 31- Favourite moment of 2016 so far

This summer the Swedish royal family fulfilled all of the fandom’s wishes when they posed for a photo shoot as a group. It was the first photo shoot to feature all of the members of the family. The photo shoot was adorable: Leonore ran away, Estelle was a perfect little royal, Alexander and Oscar were cute little cupcakes, and Nicolas won over everyone by pulling Sofia’s hair. Seeing the whole family together was very special and exactly what we needed! 

As the Crown Princess Victoria is currently  on a private trip, she and Prince Daniel will not be able to attend events held in connection with the Canadian State Visit next week, as they usually do. Instead, Princess Madeleine will step into her sister’s place and will participate in the visit, which the court has now confirmed to Swedish Women’s Weekly.

“Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill and the Prince Couple will attend the traditional ceremony at the castle, as well as the subsequent lunch. They will also participate in the banquet later in the evening.” says the court’s Communications Director Margareta Thorgren.

The court also confirmed that Madeleine and Chris will be in Sweden for some time, and not only during the state visit.

“Princess Madeleine and Chris did not come to Sweden alone because of the state visit, but because they have other commitments in Sweden other than the state visit.

—  Svenskdam