Wedding next year for Sweden's crown princess
Friday, February 27, 2009
On February 24th the Swedish Royal Court announced that the Crown Princess Victoria is to be married in 2010 to her boyfriend and former fitness trainer Daniel Westling. KP Victoria, 31, and Daniel, 35, have been in a relationship for seven years. As the wedding is to be held in the summer of 2010, it gives the court 18 months to prepare, contemplate the wedding dress of the Crown Princess, and complete the guest-list – which will include prominent guests from Europe and the world.
According to the Swedish constitution, KP Victoria must ask for the King's approval for the marriage, who then has to call a cabinet council so that the government can give its approval. This was done on Tuesday morning, just before the court announced the engagement.
After the wedding, Daniel will be given the title of Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland. Their children will be next in line to the throne after Crown Princess Victoria.
- "Sweden's Princess Victoria to marry fitness trainer Daniel Westling" — , February 25, 2009
- "Sweden's crown princess to marry" — , February 25, 2009