Swedish Princess Sofia interviewed on Radio P4 Extra

Yesterday, Swedish Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio and spoke about “Handbok för Nätföräldrar” book which has been jointly developed by Prins Carl Philips och Prinsessan Sofias Stiftelse, the foundation of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, and BRIS (Children’s Rights in Society). In the book, kids and teens share their own stories and thoughts about what happens online, along with tips and advice from experts and counselors.
Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio
In the interview given by Swedish Princess Sofia to P4 Extra, the Princess says "I have little kids to grow up with the digital world and their lives will be online as much as offline. In fact, I am sometimes concerned about the generation raised with internet. Personally, I have a somewhat bad experience regarding the use of internet, so I felt that I can be a guide for parents.".
Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio
Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio
Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio
A few days ago, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden introduced "Handbok för nätföräldrar" book on their official Instagram page and stated that the book will be sent to all parents in Sweden that have a kid who turned 10 and also stated that the book can be downloaded on "www.natforaldrar.se" website in Swedish or English languages. (The book is financed by Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation (Marianne och Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse) and Gålöstiftelsen.)
The book is financed by Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation
Princess Sofia was the guest of the day on P4 Extra, Sveriges Radio

14 comments:

  1. Very nice. Good cause. The internet can be a scary and dangerous place for young people. Not everyone is a nice and harmless person. I do like her top.

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  2. They are doing such a great job! I love them together

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  3. I should have written "a limited vocabulary". BRIS wrote the book funded by a large donor and, to a lesser extent, by the prince couple's fund.

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    1. What a surprise ATL once again making bitter comments about Princess Sofia.

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    2. Actually ATL is right. BRIS wrote the book but of course they needed the donation from their foundation. They probably paid for everything.

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    3. The book is disappointing. Most pages just have memes and quotes of teenagers. They talked about instagram for example which i think its great. All teenagers have instagram nowadays. Buy Most pages just have a meme with unicorns.

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    4. And of course here comes Raquel to her defense. The other person on this blog who like to make bitter comments about Sofia.

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    5. AnonymousFebruary 19, 2019 at 8:40 AM

      And of course someone nag over their self-stubbornness, because someone else thinks with their brain instead of believing everything.

      Proud to be a critical thinker ;)

      PS. Did anyone actually read the book like me? I actually read it.

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    6. Good for Raquel that she made comments after actually reading the book. I have not read it so I will keep my comments to fashion. I do not care for her sweater. The color is boring and the heart is something for a high school girl to wear, in my opinion.

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  4. She looks absolutely radiant! Love the look and the cause is something that definitely needs to be addressed. Going online is so scary for both children and adults. People can be so harsh and mean and do not understand the problems they cause by doing so. And no one knows that more than Princess Sofia. She has definitely risen above the naysayers and pettiness. But it is not an easy thing to accomplish. Well done!!!!

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  5. Love that Carl Philip and Sofia are addressing this issue. She looks wonderful and happy. Her eyes are really pretty. Good for them. They say the best revenge to all who put them down is to live well. And I think they are. Wonderful couple and two gorgeous sons!

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  6. Love this couple and what they are doing for Internet awareness. I heard their names come up the other day for this as well as dyslexia. Bullies are everywhere but really common on just about every type of social media. Anything that can be done to make parents and grandparents and children aware of this is doing some good in the world. Refreshing to see some of the younger royals today with a focus and a cause.

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  7. She looks so nice in the sweater. Cute choice for the season. I know it is very cold there. And I agree about this being a fashion blog. Some people just comment on things they know nothing about. When you partner with someone, you don't have full artistic license to do whatever you want. It would be a joint effort and perhaps aimed at a couple of different age groups but not necessarily for everyone. You learn to negotiate and the finished product at least gets put out there. It is also up to parents and teachers and everyone else to back up and continue discussions based on the book. The book isn't supposed to cover every little fact.

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