Chris O’Neill on Swedish soil again! Hours after landing, it was time for a celebration.
It has been six months since the last time but now the princess taste Chris O’Neill, 47, is on Swedish soil again.
Unfortunately, the stay in Sweden got off to a dramatic start. Chris and son Nicolas, 7, were forced to stay in the US longer than expected:
– Prince Nicolas had pain in his ears and then it is not appropriate to fly. That is why father Chris O’Neill will come with his son on Friday, said the court’s information director Margareta Thorgren to Expressen last week.
Thus, Princess Madeleine, 40, and her daughters Leonore, 8, and Adrienne, 3, were alone in Sweden for a few days.
And once Chris landed, a celebration awaited the 47-year-old – just hours later it happened.
Chris O’Neill’s secret celebration in Sweden
The princess family has had a double reason to celebrate. Prince Nicolas’ birthday was on Wednesday and then Father’s Day.
In the USA, the holiday falls on the third Sunday in June, which was yesterday, perfectly timed with the family reunion!
Of course, one can imagine that Chris congratulated the children and Mrs. Madeleine on the day in honor, but not outwardly.
No, even if Chris is married to a princess, he prefers to keep a low profile. As Thorgren previously explained to Expressen:
– Chris is married to Princess Madeleine, but otherwise he wants to be as private as possible. In that sense, he does not want to be an official.
So it became a secret Father’s Day celebration, in that case. And an equally secret celebration of Prince Nicolas – what a weekend!
Princess Madeleine’s new picture of Prince Nicolas – days after the birthday!
Princess Madeleine and Chris’ time in Sweden
After a somewhat turbulent start, the princess family has at least a long wonderful summer in Sweden ahead of them.
Soon, leave awaits the royal family’s beloved Solliden, where Madeleine spent all her childhood summers. Chris has also liked the summer place:
– I love Öland and Solliden’s castle. It is a fantastic place and a wonderful place to be in the summer, he has previously told Expressen.
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