Princess Madeleine's Luxury Christmas Holiday With Her Family

After the disputable news of Swedish newspaper "Stoppapresarna" alleging that Chris O'Neill has gone bankrupt, Swedish newspapers "Svensk Damtidning" and "Expressen" shared information including Princess Madeline of Sweden and her family's luxury Christmas holiday and photos of it. Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Chris O'Neill, their children Princess Leonor and Prince Nicholas celebrated the new year by having an holiday at Soneva Fushie which is a luxury holiday village of Maldives. According to another resource, the couple stayed at the most distinguished villa of the holiday village. The price per one night of this villa is 68 000 SEK.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Chris O'Neill, their children Princess Leonor and Prince Nicholas celebrated the new year by having an holiday at Soneva Fushie which is a luxury holiday village of Maldives.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Chris O'Neill, their children Princess Leonor and Prince Nicholas celebrated the new year by having an holiday at Soneva Fushie which is a luxury holiday village of Maldives.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Chris O'Neill, their children Princess Leonor and Prince Nicholas celebrated the new year by having an holiday at Soneva Fushie which is a luxury holiday village of Maldives.

14 comments:

  1. La Bella Madeleine.

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  2. "Christmas" is written with a major "C". Thank you.

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  3. Its good to see them looking happy and content together.
    I'm still losing the weight I gained during my pregnancy, so I can only envy Madeleine's good physique ;-)

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  4. Dear Swedish press!
    Why would the couple on the verge of divorce and imminent bankruptcy go for a holiday like this? How they could afford it?
    These pictures clearly show happy family together. So please stop spreading maleficence gossip about them!!!
    Princess Madeleine looks very beautiful and sexy, BTW.

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    1. Amen to that.
      They are a happy family,so move on Swedish press.
      Princess Madeleine looks great btw.

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    2. I agree. Maybe a repliable blog like this one should also stop reporting pure gossip rags

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  5. belle petite famille

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  6. When facing bankruptcy, a family does not go on such a vacation. I put no weight on that earlier story. Nevertheless, the daily rate may have been discounted for them. The resort can raise their daily rate for others by saying this is the villa where Princess Madeleine and her family recently stayed.

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    1. It is about the bankruptcy of Chris, i assume Madeleine has also her own money and could have payed for this holiday. And also only Chris's business could be bankrupt but maybe he has money from his own. And yes, they even might have got this holiday for free.

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  7. Wow! Madeleine looks fantastic! I am glad the see this couple on a holiday together. I think when couples holiday alone it can say bad things about a marriage, eg. Charles and Diana.

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  8. Nice family, good for them to take a vacation and enjoy the beach :)

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  9. Ich weiß nicht, aber muss ich mit einem 6 Monate alten Säugling auf die Malediven fliegen...?? Sie hätten genauso gut in Schweden Urlaub machen können.

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    1. in Schweden sind es - 20 °... Für ein Baby auch nicht sehr schön...immer enge Klamotten, warme Räume....;)

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  10. Such a nice family and they look so happy together. Madeleine looks so beautiful and she's already back in good shape.
    Swedish rag press should be ashamed of themselves for constantly publishing rubish about them! I hope that people would ignore and stop buying these gossip mags.

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