Princess Madeleine And Chris O'Neill Went Out For A Dinner

Yesterday evening, Swedish Princess Madeleine, her husband Chris O'Neill and their friends got together for a gorgeous dinner at the Swedish & French Restaurant Bardot, opposite Teatergrillen in Östermalm in Stockholm, Sweden.
Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill at dinner at Swedish and French Restaurant Bardot, Teatergrillen in Östermalm

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  1. "their common friends"!! Ooops I am sure that is not what you meant Ms Ellectra but it is very funny.

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  2. Oh, for Christ's sake, leave them alone, they're just people, like you and I - we don't have the money and the crowns, but we're the same otherwise.

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    1. Agree with. They can have night out with their friends. They will also have true friends that don't have titles like all the people on this planet. My opinion I am sure it can get stuffy inside a palace therefore it is necessary to get back "normal" life. Chris O' Neill don't have a royal background and will have "ordinary" friends.

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  3. common friends?! =(
    What does that mean?! Not royal or friends they have in common? That phrase/sentence could be worded differently

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    1. It's ambigueous - I think they mean 'mutual friends, like in Facebook.

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  4. Of course it means mutual friends but English is such a strange language that we see "common" as meaning different things depending on the context, and I thought this context was worth a giggle.

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    1. In French, we also say: les amis communs, it does translate into mutual in English.

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    2. English is a strange language?? Try French. At least, English sounds phonetic. Now try this French word: FILS. It could mean "son", or it could mean "threads". Enuff said.

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  5. To write common is allright i think: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/184787/a-mutual-friend-a-common-friend-or-a-friend-in-common

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  6. COMMON (mutual ) and COMMONER are two different meaning.

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  7. According to a Swedish newspaper report, Chris took "cigarette breaks" throughout the meal. He is really hooked. What a shame for his long-term health.

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    1. The Swedish Press always love to paint a negative image of Chris. Lots of stuff they said about Chris is always being blown out of proportion. Maybe he took 1 smoking break, but the newspaper wanted to exaggerate it by saying he took many smoking breaks. Whenever any Press, especially the Swedish Press, reported on Chris, I think its best we take it as a grain of salt.

      Very nice to see them back in Stockholm.

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    2. The man is bashed in the media since the beggining. Even for not showing up for rioyal assigments like he doesn't have a job. The rest of the family gets paid, he show up for free and he's not even swedish. The refused royal title and decided to work for his money. Good Chris!

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    3. Thank you for your comment, Raquel. I agree whole heartily with you. I just have admiration for Christopher O'Neil. Maybe the reason why the Swedish press don't like him, because he is not from Sweden. Maybe I would have more respect for "Prince Daniel" if he did the same as Christopher, bur is nice to get money without working for it.

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