the 22/09/2014 | 16:07
It’s no secret that Victoria from Sweden has a special connection to Germany. After all, not only his mother, Queen Silvia, comes from Germany, but also his father, King Carl Gustaf, has some family ties in the Federal Republic. It is therefore not surprising that Victoria traveled from Sweden to Germany in private a few days ago.
Victoria’s last official visit from Sweden to Germany was some time ago: in January, the royal beauty went on a tour of Germany to further strengthen the friendly ties between Germany and Sweden. But there was hardly time for a little respite. That is why Victoria from Sweden occasionally finds her way to her mother’s home country in private.
Recently it seemed that it was that moment again: As the newspaper “Neue Presse” reports, Victoria is said to have traveled from Sweden to Coburg in Franconia on September 14.to attend a family celebration of the Ducal House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. The first child of hereditary princely couple Hubertus and Kelly of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Princess Katharina, was born on April 30, and Victoria of Sweden immediately took on one of the most important tasks.
Victoria from Sweden takes responsibility
As she claims to have discovered the “Neue Presse”, it is said that Victoria of Sweden even adopted the little princess when she was baptized at Callenburg Castle. However, the ducal house did not want to comment on the details of the celebration, which took place completely behind closed doors to the public. Asked by the “Neue Presse”, the house spokeswoman only announced that “Prince Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha is currently abroad and is something difficult to reach. Victoria of Sweden has also been held back with a statement so far.
Thanks to the secrecy that the ducal house had imposed on itself, the Coburg may have hardly noticed their royal guest. That’s a shame, but from the point of view of Victoria of Sweden and her hosts, more than understandable. After all, the nobility need their privacy too …
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