Princess Madeleine, Chris, and Princess Leonore in London

Princess Madeleine, Christopher O'Neill and Princess Leonore of Sweden were photographed while they were walking in London center. These new photos were published in the new issue of "Svensk Damtidning" magazine. The photos have been taken last week.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, Princess Leonore, Duchess of Gotland, Prince Nicolas, Duke of Ångermanland
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, Princess Leonore, Duchess of Gotland, Prince Nicolas, Duke of Ångermanland

26 comments:

  1. What does Chris have on his head?

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  2. They have Leonore strapped in LOL.

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    1. She can't very well run around in the streets of London like she did in the palace or whatever gardens.

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    2. Haha. No, I've read the article... But the newspapers in Sweden don't mention where in London they live and that is very loyal I think.

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  3. Cigarette behind his ear. At least he is not pictured smoking in front of his children. Also, it wouldn´t hurt if HE did some work-out.

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    1. It is a cigarette. I did not realize how many of them smoke? Those two, MM, Maxima, Marie ....geesh I know Queen M does of course.

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    2. Rude again !! If he is good like that leave him alone. Who are you for body shame somebody.

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    3. @ Diane,I wouldn't think they all would smoke knowing what it does to your health .

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    4. Agree Kristina. I read that over 40% of the Danish women smoke. That seems an extremely high percentage. I do know that when I travel to Europe more people smoke than in America. Or so it seems. Especially in the Scandanavian countries and farther East. I was in Croatia last yr and everyone smoked. Ah well to each their own.

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    5. Diane; you are very wrong. Two least smoking countries in Europoe are Finland (12 % smoke) and Sweden. Most smokers in Europe is in Bulgaria (38), France (35), Slovakia and Spain (30). In USA and Canada the number is in both countries 18 %.

      In Finland smoking is highly banned today almost everywhere; hospitals, restaurants, bars, public indoor places, workplaces, balconies if anybody of the neighbours asks so, buses, trains, even at privat cars if there is any minor at place. Tobacco advertising is also forbiten. I think Finland is going to whole smoking ban soon.

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    6. I just said what I read in an article Blondini. As to the Danish stat.


      As to the other it is my experience that it seems like many smoke more in Europe was smoking. I was in Croatia. France. Sweden... I do not see many smokers here. Banned in so many places. You practically have to go to your car. You cannot smoke anywhere else.

      I know not of Finland. I will see of course when I come for a visit next yr! Cannot wait!

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    7. And yes same here in States no smoking with children in the car. A very good law.

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  4. These are intrusive paparazzi shots. They are clearly on a casual outing as a family and should have been left alone.

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  5. Its sorry to see how much Chris has aged in recent years (hair greying, more weight and bigger belly). Well, there's not much to do about greying hair but you can work out more to keep weight under control and walking is pretty good exercise to start with.
    I guess its not easy for Chris to start new business, be contantly under the scrutiny of gutter press and all this can be quite stressful.

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    1. Yes, I've noticed how much he has aged as well. I had read that he is trying to quit smoking, but apparently has not yet succeeded in kicking this most addictive habit. I know he is under tremendous stress trying to make a success of his small company in the highly competitive and rapidly changing technology of payment systems. One thing for sure -- he's a wonderful and devoted husband and father.

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  6. Une cigarette ,mais soyez tranquille elle est éteinte !...

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  7. I love this couple and family. She is gorgeous, he is so sexy for me and the kids are wondefuly alive! Well done boys xx

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  8. I love this couple and family. She is gorgeous, he is so sexy for me and the kids are wondefuly alive! Well done boys xx

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  9. lovely couple, gorgeous mum and kids, loving husband husband, wow!!!

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  10. I agree they should not be photographed like this but I also understand this is how some branches of today's media work. And they weren't harmed after all...
    Also, generally speaking, that is, a propos of these pictures, it always surprises me to see a (healthy) child over 2 to be pushed in pram. People really don't do that in my country and I think I've never seen it in the neighbouring countries either. The first time I've ever seen a +/- 4 year old child in a pram was in Italy and I was ridiculously shocked. My host explained it is normal there, he said "we italians are lazy people", whatever he wanted to suggest with that :) I kind of think parents might be able to move faster with a child in a pram? But then I don't understand if they are in a hurry why do they even take the child with them?
    Doctors here also encourage parents to take away dummies from the babies around the age of 1 (when the babies start to stand/make their first steps). Babies are the same in every country yet how many oddly different practices around the world! :)

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  11. Thankfully he wasn't pictured smoking the cigarette!
    @Diane - Was surprised to read so many of the younger Royals smoke !

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