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« Reply #15 on: November 02, 2012, 08:20:03 PM »


so at the Nobel 2013 Ceremony he'll be up there with her, provided that they are married by then?
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« Reply #16 on: November 02, 2012, 08:53:14 PM »


so at the Nobel 2013 Ceremony he'll be up there with her, provided that they are married by then?
I think it depends whether or not Chris becomes member of the Royal Family, if he doesn't then as odd as it will be, he might be seated in the audience forever.
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« Reply #17 on: November 02, 2012, 10:20:56 PM »


so at the Nobel 2013 Ceremony he'll be up there with her, provided that they are married by then?
I think it depends whether or not Chris becomes member of the Royal Family, if he doesn't then as odd as it will be, he might be seated in the audience forever.

Well, there's a thing I have a hard time imagining... Let's try this. Suppose Chris's businesses aren't really going as well as he would want to. Or maybe they do but because of some moment of insanity he decides to sell his share and become a prince of Sweden. Think of Prins Christoffer av Sverige cutting a ribbon at some event snarling away through his teeth "Det här är jätterolig. Jag är väldig glad att vara här"... ("This is fun. I am very happy to be here") All the while the eyes are still not smiling. Sooo very hard to imagine. He'd have to change A LOT! I dunno if Daniel's superduper fitness course would be enough.

So yeah... I'd like that more than having Snakey as princess but it's simply too strange to even think about it. He'd had to have a great sense of humour and the ability to crack a joke or two at the right moment to even break the ice a little.
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« Reply #18 on: November 03, 2012, 03:41:33 AM »

I've been wondering about Eva O'Neill as well . . . she has the look of a kept woman, doesn't she? She was probably gorgeous when she was younger, and her daughters are beautiful. Too bad Chris didn't get any of her pretty genes   I don't think she came from money herself, but hooked some rich guys on her looks and . . . well, as the DM put it:

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Three-times-married Eva is reputed to have a voracious sexual appetite and her bedtime charms are legendary.
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The article is at http://www.dailymail.co.u...scratched-Royal-itch.html

Did you read about how she stole one of her husbands from Elizabeth Taylor? This lady makes some good dishing  

The Aftonbladet article says Chris bought her a $2 million home in Florida. If that's true, then I would guess she doesn't have much money at all. (I don't think he bought it for her, at least not outright and all on his own - maybe they went in on it together.)

I have a feeling you're right Secret Nerves But it's too bad Chris didn't inherit her beauty


Article in SvenskDam: http://svenskdam.se/2012/.../eva-oneill-sadan-ar-hon/

Silvia and Eva have become good friends.
Eva grew up in Germany and Austria.
She has homes in New York, Florida, London and Munich.
Her boyfriend is Donald Kahn.


Donald Kahn is the nephew of wealthy American philanthropist and publisher Walter Annenberg. He has hosted the Salzburg Amadeus Weekend every year since 2003 with his wife Jeanne, who he was married to until at least August 2011.

Donald is the patron and Eva is the chairwoman of the Amadeus Weekend Honorary Committee.

http://www.amadeusweekend.org/
http://www.nationalreview...ffice-gold-jay-nordlinger
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« Reply #19 on: November 03, 2012, 04:08:56 AM »

not sure if I am allowed to reference links at another forum--sorry in advance.

You ladies are missing some good dirt on Chris's  hedge fund that involved  short selling bonds from a poor counties to make a profit.  typical hedge funds stuff . The main fund specialized in short selling,  an activity that seems  to inflames a lot of people sense of right and wrong.

Also the typical playboy stuff abut him,  nothing new.

I know don't get mad at me, I would transfer the links if I could.

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The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.




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« Reply #20 on: November 03, 2012, 04:23:36 AM »

The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.


The Aftonbladet article is about Chris' dates to charity balls. Including anchor Bianna Golodryga, underwear model Maryam Abdullina, fashion writer Rory Hermelee, and socialite Annie Churchill.

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15712385.ab


Aftonbladet chose a "scandalous" headline, "Women, parties – and fast deals", even though there is nothing bad in the article. Huh?

AB also criticized Chris for donating to charity but working for a hedge fund. The headline reads "Chris' double standard giving to the poor".

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15676153.ab

Expressen also had a negative headline, "Chris wanted to walk in Dad’s footsteps and become super rich."

http://www.expressen.se/n...-fotspar-och-bli-stenrik/

It looks as if he'll be given "Daniel treatment", not "Sofia treatment". Roll Eyes
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« Reply #21 on: November 03, 2012, 04:39:25 AM »

The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.


The Aftonbladet article is about Chris' dates to charity balls. Including anchor Bianna Golodryga, underwear model Maryam Abdullina, fashion writer Rory Hermelee, and socialite Annie Churchill.

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15712385.ab


Aftonbladet chose a "scandalous" headline, "Women, parties – and fast deals", even though there is nothing bad in the article. Huh?

AB also criticized Chris for donating to charity but working for a hedge fund. The headline reads "Chris' double standard giving to the poor".

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15676153.ab

Expressen also had a negative headline, "Chris wanted to walk in Dad’s footsteps and become super rich."

http://www.expressen.se/n...-fotspar-och-bli-stenrik/

It looks as if he'll be given "Daniel treatment", not "Sofia treatment". Roll Eyes


Thank you My13

I was not aware of the SRF when Dan was courting Vic, How bad were the press review?
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« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2012, 04:41:12 AM »

The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.


The Aftonbladet article is about Chris' dates to charity balls. Including anchor Bianna Golodryga, underwear model Maryam Abdullina, fashion writer Rory Hermelee, and socialite Annie Churchill.

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15712385.ab


Aftonbladet chose a "scandalous" headline, "Women, parties – and fast deals", even though there is nothing bad in the article. Huh?

AB also criticized Chris for donating to charity but working for a hedge fund. The headline reads "Chris' double standard giving to the poor".

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15676153.ab

Expressen also had a negative headline, "Chris wanted to walk in Dad’s footsteps and become super rich."

http://www.expressen.se/n...-fotspar-och-bli-stenrik/

It looks as if he'll be given "Daniel treatment", not "Sofia treatment". Roll Eyes

If they want to be consistent, they should be criticising every single royal family because they all do the same.  Well, not exactly.  He's giving his own money that he has earned.  They don't earn their wealth nor do they donate... other than an hour or two here and there.

Fascinating how they criticise someone who works versus the welfare dependent royals.
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« Reply #23 on: November 03, 2012, 11:27:35 AM »

Aftonbladet also continues today. 
Hides his millions - in paradise
Aftonbladet has charted his business and can today reveal how many millions are passed on to tax havens.
http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15711584.ab

The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.


The Aftonbladet article is about Chris' dates to charity balls. Including anchor Bianna Golodryga, underwear model Maryam Abdullina, fashion writer Rory Hermelee, and socialite Annie Churchill.

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15712385.ab


Aftonbladet chose a "scandalous" headline, "Women, parties – and fast deals", even though there is nothing bad in the article. Huh?

AB also criticized Chris for donating to charity but working for a hedge fund. The headline reads "Chris' double standard giving to the poor".

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15676153.ab

Expressen also had a negative headline, "Chris wanted to walk in Dad’s footsteps and become super rich."

http://www.expressen.se/n...-fotspar-och-bli-stenrik/

It looks as if he'll be given "Daniel treatment", not "Sofia treatment". Roll Eyes
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« Reply #24 on: November 03, 2012, 12:00:56 PM »

Did Dan get beat up by the press.  If Madde relationship ends because of bad press,if I were her I given Sweden the finger and turn in the HRH for good. 

What do the Swedes expert for a hubby type for Madde, boring type like Dan, that is not Madde style.

Are the Swedes that middle class and jelous type. 

Madde and Chris have the same life style, she is not needed on Sweden.

Why is the snake ok  for CP and not Chris ok for Madde???

To me it seems like lots of noise for nothing expect alinateing thier supposed beloved Princess


Small country small minds, the Sweden should have to deal with all the crap the U.S. tax payer puts up with.

Did not mean to offend and one .

  If you want to sit at the big table and eat with the adults, than food fights are out of the question.



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« Reply #25 on: November 03, 2012, 02:47:34 PM »

Well, if Madde wanted to run with the big dogs, it doesn't get much bigger than this level of international finance.  Rothschild on the resume - isn't that about as exclusive and powerful as you can get in international finance?  I always got the impression you don't just walk into a job with that company, especially certain branches.

His mother is a true piece of work though.  We thought Ma Mids was bad!

Probably a good thing Madde is a little "naive" because I can imagine that there are instances in Chris' life or in his work that would make your stomach turn if you actually understood the connections, deal making, back slapping, and sheer wealth that results from activities of this sort that skew the game and reward far too much to far too few.  Madde can work at her charity, but I bet she doesn't question how activities of Chris' set impact the global economy at large and helps cause the conditions that breed the poverty and lack of opportunity for the children her charity strives to help.  God help that woman if the wool ever falls from her eyes.  (Sorry for the tangent folks, and I don't mean to imply that Chris himself is causing global poverty, more than the set he seems to be a part of is of a higher level of power.  I also don't mean to imply there is some sort of conspiracy here, but a lot of business at that level is closed off to only people who are connected through family, school alliances, ancient ties, or other unusual alliances of some sort.  Very hard, if not impossible, to penetrate for the mere mortal.

Hey tigerben, I love the Irish flavor you bring to the forum.  I don't know much about the Irish famine and I am not of Irish descent - could you explain about the O in his name about "did not take the soup"?  I guess I am more curious about the turn of phrase!

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« Reply #26 on: November 03, 2012, 03:32:45 PM »

Apparently Chris will be at the Nobels with Madeleine. Not sure if he'll be sitting in the audience somewhere or will he arrive with Madeleine. I'm thinking there's some etiquette thing that prevents him from being with the royal family, or is there? He's a fiancé now, does that change anything?
When Jonas attended three years ago he was sitting with Princess Christina & Tord Magnuson in the audience. It will be the same also for Chris if they indeed come to Nobel's, Madde up with her family and Chris in the audience. Last year when GD Henri & GD Maria Teresa of Luxembourg attended they were seated in the audience as well. Podium is SRF only and engagement does not change that.

He comes accross rather like an alpha man. I don't think he will like that and honestly I find that really degrading. I think it will be hard to him to adapt to a lifestyle where he is "the husband of" rather to be an independent person himself. I think he has figured that out and this is why he decided to stay NY based.
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« Reply #27 on: November 04, 2012, 03:41:33 AM »

The Swedish press is trying to paint him and his business in a bad light along with his (per Madde) social life.


The Aftonbladet article is about Chris' dates to charity balls. Including anchor Bianna Golodryga, underwear model Maryam Abdullina, fashion writer Rory Hermelee, and socialite Annie Churchill.

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15712385.ab


Aftonbladet chose a "scandalous" headline, "Women, parties – and fast deals", even though there is nothing bad in the article. Huh?

AB also criticized Chris for donating to charity but working for a hedge fund. The headline reads "Chris' double standard giving to the poor".

http://www.aftonbladet.se...yheter/article15676153.ab

Expressen also had a negative headline, "Chris wanted to walk in Dad’s footsteps and become super rich."

http://www.expressen.se/n...-fotspar-och-bli-stenrik/

It looks as if he'll be given "Daniel treatment", not "Sofia treatment". Roll Eyes

Why does the Sweidsh press want to paint Chris in a bad light? Tall poppy sydrom?

He's making a living on his own. He's not living off Swedish taxpayers. Why would his ambition of becoming super-rich rather than being satisified with his trust fund be frowned upon? If he works hard for his money, how could that be a bad thing? I like a man who was born with a silver spoon has ambition.

He's donating his hard-earned money to charity. Why would that be critism-worthy?

He's not a Swedish citizen so why would the Swedish press care where he stashes his money? Don't most Swedish rich people live in Monaco?

He's 38 and never married. Not many bachelors at that age remain a loner, especially not one with money.
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« Reply #28 on: November 05, 2012, 04:10:47 PM »

Well, if Madde wanted to run with the big dogs, it doesn't get much bigger than this level of international finance.  Rothschild on the resume - isn't that about as exclusive and powerful as you can get in international finance?  I always got the impression you don't just walk into a job with that company, especially certain branches.

His mother is a true piece of work though.  We thought Ma Mids was bad!

Probably a good thing Madde is a little "naive" because I can imagine that there are instances in Chris' life or in his work that would make your stomach turn if you actually understood the connections, deal making, back slapping, and sheer wealth that results from activities of this sort that skew the game and reward far too much to far too few.  Madde can work at her charity, but I bet she doesn't question how activities of Chris' set impact the global economy at large and helps cause the conditions that breed the poverty and lack of opportunity for the children her charity strives to help.  God help that woman if the wool ever falls from her eyes.  (Sorry for the tangent folks, and I don't mean to imply that Chris himself is causing global poverty, more than the set he seems to be a part of is of a higher level of power.  I also don't mean to imply there is some sort of conspiracy here, but a lot of business at that level is closed off to only people who are connected through family, school alliances, ancient ties, or other unusual alliances of some sort.  Very hard, if not impossible, to penetrate for the mere mortal.

Great post! Star

ITA, Madeleine seems naive and her interest in charity work and her type of men don't add up. Huh? She dates men who love the high life - don't think Erik, Jonas and Chris care too much about vulnerable children. Why couldn't she date a man from Childhood?  Sad


He's making a living on his own. He's not living off Swedish taxpayers. Why would his ambition of becoming super-rich rather than being satisified with his trust fund be frowned upon? If he works hard for his money, how could that be a bad thing? I like a man who was born with a silver spoon has ambition.

Well, some (including me) like it when royals are more interested in serving their country than money or fame. Wink

I'll translate the articles when I have time - it answers some of your questions.
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« Reply #29 on: November 05, 2012, 04:11:41 PM »

Some think Chris’ work will cause problems for the SRF.

A hedge fund relies not only on speculation on expected rate decreases, but also tries to influence the market’s assessments. In this occupation, Chris O’Neill’s double role as financier and as representative of the court and Sweden, and Swedish business interests, could come into conflict with each other.

Full article: http://www.svd.se/narings...tav-med-hovet_7633372.svd

To have a member of the royal family authoring (stock market) opinions about companies with ties to Sweden is obviously not optimal. But it is not very likely that he, as head of research at a global hedge fund, will be able to avoid touching all companies that compete, work with or deal with Swedish companies or interests.

Full article: http://www.va.se/nyheter/...st-i-kungafamiljen-455977
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