Prince Oscar Carl Olof, Duke of Skane

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace on March 3. King Gustaf stated that the name given to the Prince is Oscar Carl Olof and informed the cabinet that the Prince has been appointed as the Duke of Skane.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace
When a royal birth happens, a Witness Decleration meeting is held at the Royal Palace according to the customs. At the meeting held because of the birth of Prince Carl Olof Oscar, the witnesses were Talman Urban Ahlin, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, Svante Lindqvist, Kirstine von Blixen-Finecke, gynecologist Lennart Nordstrom Mistress and nurse midwife Cecilia Lind.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace
Skaneland or Skanelandene is a region in the south of Scandinavian peninsula. This region includes Swedish provinces like Blekinge, Halland and Scania and Danish island Bornholm.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden gave birth to a boy. On the occasion of that birth, a cabinet meeting was held at the Royal Palace

3 comments:

  1. Not Duke of Skania but Duke of Skåne.

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  2. The King looks overjoyed. If there’s anything more magical than the birth of your child, it’s the birth of your grandchild.

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