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Carl XVI Gustaf (Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus) (born April 30, 1946), styled His Majesty The King, is the King of Sweden.
Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden (Silvia Renate Bernadotte, née Sommerlath, born 23 December 1943) is the wife of King Carl XVI Gustaf, Sweden's monarch, and the mother of the heir apparent to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria.
She is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, and belongs to the House of Bernadotte.
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  Prince Carl, Duke of Västergötland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prince Carl of Sweden and Norway, Oscar Carl Vilhelm, Duke of Westrogothia (February 27, 1861 - October 24, 1951), was the third son of King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway.
Prince Carl was once considered a candidate to the Norwegian crown during Norway's fight for independence from Sweden in 1905.
The present King Harald V of Norway is hence a grandchild of Prince Carl, Duke of Westrogothia.
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 Encyclopedia: Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Wermelandia
His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip of Sweden (Carl Philip Edmund Bertil) (born May 13, 1979), Duke of Wermelandia, is the second child and only son of HM King Carl XVI Gustaf and HM Queen Silvia of Sweden.
Born Crown Prince of Sweden, he was stripped of this title on January 1, 1980, due to a change in the Act of Succession to introduce equal primogeniture.
Dukes of Swedish Provinces HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria, Victoria Ingrid Alice Desirée, (born July 14, 1977), Duchess of Westregothia, is the heir apparent of Sweden, being the first-born child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and his commoner Queen Silvia.
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 Westrogothia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Westrogothia, or Västergötland (literally "Western Götaland"), is a traditional province or landskap on the south west of Sweden.
Prince Carl of Sweden (1861-1951), son of Oscar II of Sweden and father father of Queen Astrid of the Belgians, was too styled Duke of Westrogothia.
Westrogothia was granted its arms at the time of the funeral of Gustav I of Sweden in 1560.
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 Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Wermelandia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Born Crown Prince of Sweden, he was stripped of this title on January 1, 1980, due to a change in the Act of Succession to introduce equal (Right of inheritance belongs exclusively to the eldest son) primogeniture.
Carl Philip also has a passion for car racing (something he has partly "inherited" from his uncle (Click link for more info and facts about Prince Bertil) Prince Bertil, who had a great love for cars and racing as well) and has a license to compete.
In 2004 when the Prince turned 25, he was honoured with a congratulatory call on the Court Yard of the (Click link for more info and facts about Royal Palace of Stockholm) Royal Palace of Stockholm, and gave a rare television interview in which he open heartedly told the people about himself and his life.
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 Oscar II of Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
He declined, indeed, to permit any prince of his house to become king of Norway, but better relations between the two countries were restored before his death, which occurred at Stockholm on the December 8, 1907.
His eldest son, Oscar Gustaf Adolf, duke of Wermelandia, succeeded him as Gustav V of Sweden.
The king's other sons were Charles, duke of Westrogothia, who married Princess Ingeborg of Denmark; and Eugén, duke of Nericia well known as an artist.
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 Westrogothia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Westrogothia, or Västergötland, is a historical Province or landskap on the south west of Sweden.
In Westrogothia the Götaland dialect of Swedish is spoken.
Prince Carl of Sweden (1861-1951), son of Oscar II of Sweden and grandfather of Queen Astrid of the Belgians, was too styled Duke of Westrogothia.
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 Oscar II of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
His eldest son, Oscar Gustaf Adolf, duke of Wermelandia, succeeded him as King Gustav V of Sweden.
As King of Norway, he was after the events of 1905 succeeded by his great-nephew Prince Carl of Denmark, grandson of his late elder brother King Charles, who ascended the Norwegian throne in 1905 with reign name Haakon VII.
Harald V of Norway, the great-grandson of Oscar II (grandson of his third son duke of Westrogothia), succeeded in 1991 to the throne of Norway once held by his great-grandfather, Oscar himself.
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 wiki/Princess Christina, Mrs. Magnusson Definition / wiki/Princess Christina, Mrs. Magnusson Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
   Prince CarlKing Charles XV of Sweden, Charles IV of Norway, Carl Ludvig Eugén (May 3, 1826 - August 19, 1872), was the eldest son of King Oscar I of Sweden and Norway, and Josephine of Leuchtenberg.
Carl XVI GustafHis Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf (Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus), styled HM The King (born April 30, 1946), King of Sweden, is the son of Prince Gustaf Adolf (1906-1947) and Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1908-1972), and the grandson of King Gustav VI Adolf.
She is the fourth child of Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Westrobothnia, and Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and granddaughter of King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden.
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He declined, indeed, to permit any prince of his house to become king of Norway, but better relations between the two countries were restored before his death, which took place at Stockholm on the December 8, 1907.
His eldest son, Oscar Gustavus Adolphus, duke of Wermelandia, succeeded him as Gustav V of Sweden.
The king's other sons were Charles, duke of Westrogothia, who married Princess Ingeborg of Denmark; and Eugene, duke of Nericia well known as an artist.
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 Oscar II of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His eldest son, Oscar Gustaf Adolf, duke of Värmland, succeeded him as King Gustav V of Sweden.
The king's other sons were Charles, duke of Västergötland, who married Princess Ingeborg of Denmark; and Eugén, duke of Närke well known as an artist.
Harald V of Norway, the great-grandson of Oscar II (grandson of his third son duke of Västergötland), succeeded in 1991 to the throne of Norway once held by his great-grandfather, Oscar himself.
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 Bernadotte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This was merely a temporary solution and in 1810 the Swedish Riksdag of the Estates chose the Marshal of France, Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte as heir apparent to the Swedish throne.
As the Crown Prince of Sweden he assumed the name Charles (Karl Johan), acted officially as regent for the remainder of Charles XIII's reign and secured a union between Sweden and Norway in 1814.
Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte reigned as King Charles XIV of Sweden and Carl III Johan of Norway from February 5, 1818 until his death on March 8, 1844.
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 Olav V of Norway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Born in England, the son of Prince Carl of Denmark and of Princess Maud, (daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom), and given the names and title of Alexander Edward Christian Fredrik, Prince of Denmark, he assumed the name Olav when his father became King Haakon VII of Norway in 1905.
As crown prince he had received extensive military training and was respected by other allied leaders for his knowledge and leadership skills.
(Märtha of Sweden, Crown Princess of Norway, was daughter of prince Carl of Sweden, duke of Westrogothia, and his wife princess Ingeborg of Denmark, who herself, a sister of Haakon, was daughter of Frederick VIII of Denmark and Lovisa of Sweden.
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Bernadotte, who was born in the town of Pau, in the province of Béarn, France, had through the tumultuous French Revolution risen to become not only one of Napoleon's generals, but also a Marshal of France and Prince of Ponte Corvo, a town in northern Italy.
The coat of arms of the House of Bernadotte combines the coat of arms of the House of Vasa, (left, with the hint of a French-like tricolour in the background) and the coat of arms of Bernadotte as the Prince of Ponte Corvo (right).
Prince Carl Johan, Duke of Dalecarlia (1916-2003) (lost his succession rights in 1946)
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 Encyclopedia: Prince Carl of Sweden
Duke Carl Philip (1601-1622) (also one of the princes who were elected Tsar of Russia during the Time of Troubles)
Prince Carl Gustaf, Grand Duke of Finland (1802-1805)
Prince Carl Johan, Duke of Dalecarlia, later Count Carl Johan Bernadotte af Wisborg (1916-2003)
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 Bernadotte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As the Crown Prince of Sweden he assumed the name Charles (Karl Johan), acted officially as regent for the remainder of Charles XIII's reign and secured a forced union between Sweden and Norway in the1814 Campaign_against_Norway.
Prince Carl Johan Duke of Dalarna (1916-) (lost his succession rights in 1946)
Prince Carl, Duke of Östergötland (1911-2003) (lost his succession rights in 1937)
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 Carl
Carl is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
Astrid of Sweden, Astrid Sofia Lovisa Thyra (November 17, 1905 - August 29, 1935) was the Queen consort of Léopold III of the Belgians.
In Greek mythology, Semele, daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia, was the mother of Dionysus (the god and his votaries were both identified as "Bacchus") by Zeus, in one of the two parallel origin-myths of Dionysus.
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Carl XVI Gustaf (Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus) (born April 30, 1946), styled HM The King, is the King of Sweden.
To prepare for his role as head of state, Carl Gustaf followed a broad programme of studies on the court system, social organisations and institutions, trade unions, and employers' associations.
Carl Gustaf also spent time at the Swedish Mission to the United Nations and the Swedish International Development Agency, worked at a bank in London, the Swedish Embassy, the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in France, and at the Alfa Laval company factory in France.
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 Prince Carl, Duke of Ostrogothia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Prince Carl of Sweden, Carl Gustaf Oscar Fredrik Christian (January 1, 1911 - 2003), Duke of Ostrogothia, was the youngest child of Prince Carl of Sweden and Norway, Duke of Westrogothia.
When he married Countess Elsa von Rosen on July 6, 1937, he had to relinquish his succession rights and his royal titles, but was in stead granted the title Prince Bernadotte by his brother-in-law King Leopold III of the Belgians.
Carl divorced Elsa in 1951 and married twice more, first Anna Margareta Larsson and thenKristine Rivelsrud.
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 Princess Margaretha of Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
For the present-day Princess Margaretha, please refer to Princess Margaretha, Mrs.
Princess Margaretha of Sweden and Norway, Margaretha Sofia Lovisa Ingeborg (June 25, 1899 - January 4, 1977) was the eldest child of Prince Carl, Duke of Westrogothia.
On May 22, 1919, she married Prince Axel of Denmark.
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 Västergötland : Westergotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Västergötland, or Westrogothia, is a traditional province or landskap on the south west of Sweden.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (1977-), heir apparent to the Swedish throne is also the Duchess of Västergötland.
Prince Carl of Sweden (1861-1951), son of II of Sweden">Oscar II of Sweden and father father of Queen Astrid of the Belgians, was too styled Duke of Västergötland.
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 Monarch of Sweden
HRH Crown Princess Victoria, Duchess of Westrogothia, daughter of the King, born 1977
HRH Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Wermelandia, son of the King, born 1979
HRH Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Helsingia and Gestricia, daughter of the King, born 1982
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 Science Fair Projects - Prince Carl, Duke of Westrogothia
Science Fair Projects - Prince Carl, Duke of Westrogothia
Prince Carl, Duke of Ostrogothia, known as Carl Jr, later Prince Bernadotte (a French title) (1911-2003)
As history turned out however, prince Carl's daughter, Princess Märtha, married Haakon VII son, the later King Olav V.
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 Carl Rungius Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Oscar II of Sweden . Charles XV of Sweden . January 21 . 1829 . United Kingdom . Samoa . 1899 . 1902 . Oslo . ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
His second son, Oscar, resigned his royal rights on his marriage in 1888 with a lady-in-waiting, Miss Ebba Munck, when he assumed the title of Prince Bernadotte and from 1892 he was known as Count Bernadotte af Wisborg Wisborg.
King Charles XV of Sweden, Charles IV of Norway, Carl Ludvig Eugén May 3, 1826 - August 19, 1872, was the eldest son of...
The first creation was in 1660 as a subsidiary title of the Duke of Albemarle.
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