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Obviously all these people are here to meet me, not you two.  

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+171 | Oct 01, 2014 | posted 1 hour ago via: alessandrahautumn | @royalwatcher


Could we expect to see Madeleine in some of Zac Posen’s beautiful designs? I would love to see it!

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+39 | Oct 01, 2014 | posted 2 hours ago via: royalwatcher | @royalwatcher

Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband, Christopher O’Neill at the 2014 Global Citizen Festival to end extreme poverty by 2030 at Central Park on September 27, 2014 in New York City.

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+50 | Sep 30, 2014 | posted 1 day ago via: anythingandeverythingroyals | @anythingandeverythingroyals
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+611 | Sep 29, 2014 | posted 2 days ago via: prettypinkpeonies | @babycambridgesus


New official portrait of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist.

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+190 | Sep 29, 2014 | posted 2 days ago via: royalwatcher | @happyswedes


New Official portraits of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist. 
I can’t get over the fact they’re the most beautiful people on earth!

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+263 | Sep 29, 2014 | posted 2 days ago via: royalwatcher | @happyswedes


Three postcards showing Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard with their four daughters: Irene, Margriet, Christina, and Beatrix.


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+34 | Sep 28, 2014 | posted 3 days ago via: alessandrahautumn | @tiny-librarian

crown princess mary of denmark + character tropes

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+94 | Sep 28, 2014 | posted 3 days ago via: everythingroyalty | @everythingroyalty

Crown Prince Frederik with his twins, Vincent and Josephine. || July 26th, 2013

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+71 | Sep 27, 2014 | posted 4 days ago via: royal-danishlove | @josephinesophias | hi-res

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+44 | Sep 27, 2014 | posted 4 days ago via: fredredrika | @fredredrika