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Swedish royal family in great mourning for a close family friend

There is deep mourning in the Swedish palace: King Carl XVI. Gustaf and his family have lost a long-time confidante and friend.

Stockholm – The Swedish royal family has started the new year with sad news. Just a few hours after Queen Silvia (78) and King Carl XVI. Gustaf (75) has made public, the Royals have to report a painful loss.

King Carl Gustaf's youngest sister Princess Christina (78) mourns her brother-in-law Per Magnuson, who, according to media reports, died a few days ago at the age of 77. His death also hits the monarch hard, and the two men have enjoyed years of friendship.
24royal.de * gives an insight into the friendship between King Carl Gustaf and Per Magnuson.

The starting point of their relationship, Pers son Erik told Expressen, was the wedding of Princess Christina and Tord Magnuson. In the summer of 1974 the Swedish businessman and the young princess said yes. Christina said goodbye to royal retirement on her 75th birthday in 2015 and has rarely appeared in front of the cameras since then, and her husband also avoids the limelight. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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