Sweden’s royal family has come together to celebrate the birthday of their future Queen.Sweden’s royal families have gathered to celebrate the birth of their future Queen.
The occasion was a happier one this year after the coronavirus pandemic caused the event to be drastically scaled back in 2020.After the coronavirus pandemic, the event was significantly reduced in 2020, the occasion was happier this year.
The party was attended by Crown Princess Victoria, who was also the guest of honor. It is held each year on her birthday, July 14, at Oland’s historic Borgholm Castle in Oland.
She was photographed arriving at fortress with Prince Daniel, her husband, and their two children, Princess Estelle, nine, & Prince Oscar, five.
After choosing to remain at home in 2020 due to the COVID-19 risks, Sweden’s Carl XVI Gustaf (75) and Queen Silvia (77) were present.
Victoria’s younger sister Princess Madeleine and her husband Christopher O’Neill were able to be there, too, having returned to Sweden in June after living in Miami, Florida, with their three children. Victoria’s younger sister, Princess Madeleine, and Christopher O’Neill, her husband, were also able to attend. Having returned to Sweden in June, after having lived in Miami, Florida with their three children.
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Although it’s unclear how long they will remain, it is expected that they will be there for a longer time. The pandemic had prevented them from traveling to Sweden for over a year.
Victoria’s brother, Prince Carl Philip, was also present. Princess Sofia, however remained at home with their children. She gave birth to her third son, Prince Julian, in March and is still breastfeeding.|In March, she gave birth to Prince Julian. She is still breastfeeding.