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Royal baptism in Sweden – a tradition falls by the wayside

In Sweden, the little prince Julian was baptized. But not everything was as traditional as in previous royal christenings.

Stockholm – It was a ceremony that many fans longed for: The royal christening of the little Prince Julian of Sweden. The son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sophia was baptized in the Drottningholm Palace Church. It started with a long tradition. Little Julian wore the royal christening gown, which was worn for the first time in 1906. But not everything went as usual at Julian's baptism.
As * reveals, a tradition was not taken into account when Prince Julian of Sweden was baptized.

And another aspect went differently than according to plan. Actually, the royal couple had invited to a private reception. But this was canceled due to Corona * the day before the baptism in Sweden. “Due to the ongoing pandemic, we were forced to limit the number of invited guests in Drottningholm Church at this baptism. Therefore, the reception and lunch will not take place afterwards, ”palace employee Ulrika Näsholm told the Swedish newspaper Expressen. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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