NewsNice occasion: Princess Madeleine of Sweden is back

Nice occasion: Princess Madeleine of Sweden is back

Princess Madeleine of Sweden breaks her radio silence and delights her fans with a new photo on Instagram.

Miami – Princess Madeleine (39) and husband Chris O’Neill (47) their privacy is sacred. In Miami, the two lead a largely normal life together with their children, far away from the protocol of the Swedish crown. The parents of three only rarely give an insight into their idyllic family life, but Madeleine is happy to make an exception for very specific occasions.

Princess Madeleine may have turned her back on Stockholm, but she is continuing a tradition of the Swedish royal family in her adopted country of America. When the cute young generation celebrates their birthday, the palace always shares new shots of the royal offspring. Several of these days of honor are coming up in the next few weeks. Princess Estelle (9) turns ten on February 23, Prince Julian – Carl Philips (42) and Sofia’s (37) youngest son – turns one at the end of March. One anniversary follows the next, and Princess Leonore (8) is the beginning.
24royal.de * shows the birthday photo of Princess Leonore of Sweden.

Leonore celebrates her 8th birthday on February 20th. Mama congratulates Madeleine on Instagram with a new photo that shows the radiant jubilee in a strapless white dress. Chris O’Neill and Princess Madeleine send loving words to their eldest daughter: “Happy birthday to our strong and beautiful Leonore!” The 39-year-old’s last post was almost two months ago and dates from the Christmas celebrations that Madeleine’s family in Sweden spent. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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