I think all three, the Bernadotte trio chose very well. Victoria found her true soulmate. Carl Philip found a woman to admire. Madeleine found a man to cherish her.
I love that it’s so true.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Queen Silvia of Sweden attend the 2014 Global Citizen Festival to end extreme poverty by 2030 at Central Park on September 27, 2014 in New York City. (Ben Gabbe/Getty Images North America)
♈ Aries - spiritual leader
♉ Taurus - material protector
♊ Gemini - intellectual servant
♋ Cancer - emotional leader
♌ Leo - spiritual protector
♍ Virgo - material servant
♎ Libra - intellectual leader
♏ Scorpio - emotional protector
♐ Sagittarius - spiritual servant
♑ Capricorn - material leader
♒ Aquarius - intellectual protector
♓ Pisces - emotional servant
they’re so in sync OMG. i cant even explain how much i love it! #twinsies
Another walk for Princess Madeleine and Chris with their daughter Princess Leonore in New York a couple of days ago.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark talking to Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway at the Buckingham Palace reception for foreign royals and government representatives on 27 July 2012, prior to the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Members of the Swedish Royal Family attend church service at the Cathedral of Stockholm, Stockholm in accordance with the opening of the Swedish Parliament.
The idea that Kate has no opinions has clearly been proved wrong by her actions in the three and a bit years since she married the Duke of Cambridge.
She may not have stood on the steps of the Lindo Wing and delivered a treatise on royal childrearing in the 21st century but she did pop George into his baby seat less than twenty four hours later and head home to mum. The future king spent the first weeks of his life with granny Carole in Bucklebury because that was what Kate wanted.
There have been no declarations about changing how royal engagements are carried out but the duchess hasn’t shied away from doing things her way – whether it’s posing for selfies with fans or running round a hockey pitch. In many ways, actions can always speak louder than words."