Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill:

Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill:

Princess Madeleine, 42, and Chris O'Neill, 50, have returned to Stockholm, Sweden, after living abroad for several years. With the family back in the capital, we can expect to see many more of them than before.

However, how much you can see of the princess's husband during public events is unknown.

- Forced to take responsibility

– Forced to take responsibility


For if the husband's absence continues to the same extent in the future, it will cause trouble for the princess, as he writes among others: Swedish women's magazine.

Journalist Cecilia Boulter wrote an article about Chris, and how she believes the 50-year-old is “creating problems” for the Swedish royal family.

Abroad: In 2018, the couple moved to Florida in the USA with their family. Photo: Jonas Ekstromer/NTB

Abroad: In 2018, the couple moved to Florida in the USA with their family. Photo: Jonas Ekstromer/NTB
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Despite his desire to be protected from the royal spotlight and the drawbacks it can bring, the journalist supports the princess's husband.

“This is a phenomenon that has also been observed in other royal houses. Chris O’Neill does not want to be subjected to formalities and obligations that he is not familiar with. It is a basic human right, one might think, that members of the royal family are exempt from,” she wrote.

- Of course I did everything wrong.

– Of course I did everything wrong.


– Life choice

On the other hand, the husband's desire for privacy increases the pressure on the princess.

“Tolerating the expectations of the royal house and her husband’s demands for freedom and independence cannot be easy for Madeleine. On the other hand, Chris’s choice to give up the title of prince after the couple’s marriage was a good thing. It shows personal independence,” the journalist writes.

Married for 11 years: Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill married in 2013. This picture shows them on their wedding day as they arrived in Drottningholm, Sweden. Photo: Liz Aserud/NTB

Married for 11 years: Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill married in 2013. This picture shows them on their wedding day as they arrived in Drottningholm, Sweden. Photo: Liz Aserud/NTB
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Previously, the 50-year-old had been open about not being particularly happy in Sweden, and feeling uncomfortable with his semi-public role. However, he defied his feelings and moved to the country.

“Chris’s love and loyalty sealed the marriage, despite his decision. “Giving up royal formalities has nothing to do with feelings, it is a life choice,” Cecilia wrote in the Chronicle.

Moreover, the journalist writes that it is time to accept the American instead of spending time criticizing.

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Previously, the editor-in-chief of Svensk Damtidning, Johan T. Lindwall, had been clear that high demands would be placed on Madeleine and her husband, now that they were living in Sweden again.

– And now she has to take responsibility. She has to do official duties and show off at various functions to a much greater extent than she did in the United States. We will see Madeleine very hardworking. I am sure of that.

FINSTASEN ON: Princess Madeleine at the wedding of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist in 2015. Photo: John Olav Nesvold/NTB

FINSTASEN ON: Princess Madeleine at the wedding of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist in 2015. Photo: John Olav Nesvold/NTB
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When Dagbladet contacted the editor-in-chief to ask about Chris O'Neill's alleged “difficulties”, he was clear about the princess's husband.

– He is a strong person and he has already shown at his wedding that he has strong integrity, when he was offered the title of prince four times, but he refused every time. He is an independent person.

The secret behind the names

The secret behind the names


Different

The editor-in-chief was also clear that he was not a self-proclaimed shaman married to the princess of Sweden, and referred to Princess Märtha Louise, 52, and self-proclaimed shaman Dorik Verret, 49.

Wedding drink: Princess Märtha Louise and Dorik Verrett arrive at the launch of the alcoholic beverage in Oslo last week. Photo: Shad Madian / C Og Hør

Wedding drink: Princess Märtha Louise and Dorik Verrett arrive at the launch of the alcoholic beverage in Oslo last week. Photo: Shad Madian / C Og Hør
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– Martha and Madeleine have a lot in common, but what sets them apart is their partners. The way the shaman uses his position in the media is in stark contrast to Chris, he told Dagbladet.

– What trouble do you think he could cause for the princess?

This is Maddie's inner circle.

This is Maddie's inner circle.


– It doesn't cause problems, it creates order and awareness. Of all the things to be proud of.

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