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« Reply #90 on: March 07, 2019, 10:50:13 PM »

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Snaky is the reason I joined RD because this was the only place where people got real about her past and talked openly about it. Everywhere else they want to ignore it and pretend like it never happened just like Slitzerella does, but not here!
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« Reply #91 on: March 08, 2019, 03:10:43 AM »

I see no point in regretting things from my past, because I canít change them. Perhaps thatís what Sophia thinks as well?
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« Reply #92 on: March 08, 2019, 03:53:57 AM »

I see no point in regretting things from my past, because I canít change them. Perhaps thatís what Sophia thinks as well?

Probably. But itís not about changing them, itís about acknowledging that she did some horrible things that were public and created a certain image of her. The way she acted was that yes, she was a bully, a crazy and irresponsible party girl and soft porn model, etc but itís all fine because she apparently learned from that and it made her stronger. Now everyone is supposed to move on and accept her as of higher position (not even equal) at the table when discussing important issues sheís now working on.
Also...What exactly made her stronger? Being a bully? Disrobing for the camera with a snake? What exactly did she learn? She kept repeating those ďmistakesĒ when she became a princess - what is with that story with her and South African girls involved in project playground? There were others, I donít remember now, unfortunately. She should have done what Mette Marit did - made a statement that she did those, that was unacceptable behaviour, and she will spend her time working to make sure sheís a better person and can help those who suffer from the actions of others who do the same as she did. But no, now itís all about her and everyone is bullying her.
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« Reply #93 on: March 08, 2019, 04:19:48 AM »

I see no point in regretting things from my past, because I canít change them. Perhaps thatís what Sophia thinks as well?

Probably. But itís not about changing them, itís about acknowledging that she did some horrible things that were public and created a certain image of her. The way she acted was that yes, she was a bully, a crazy and irresponsible party girl and soft porn model, etc but itís all fine because she apparently learned from that and it made her stronger. Now everyone is supposed to move on and accept her as of higher position (not even equal) at the table when discussing important issues sheís now working on.
Also...What exactly made her stronger? Being a bully? Disrobing for the camera with a snake? What exactly did she learn? She kept repeating those ďmistakesĒ when she became a princess - what is with that story with her and South African girls involved in project playground? There were others, I donít remember now, unfortunately. She should have done what Mette Marit did - made a statement that she did those, that was unacceptable behaviour, and she will spend her time working to make sure sheís a better person and can help those who suffer from the actions of others who do the same as she did. But no, now itís all about her and everyone is bullying her.

Yvonne Star In an interviewed she blamed rape victims for getting raped because they had low self-esteem when she supported and participated in activities that promoted the sex trade, which really does contribute to sexual abuse. And the incident in Africa where the young men are laying on the ground while the young ladies in short, skimpy outfits dance around them! There is no excuse for that, none at all.

I really don't care if she has no regrets or not, and I'm not surprised that she doesn't. She has shown through the constant persecution of Madde and Chris by her and her friends in the Swedish press that she's still a bully, and by the incidents mentioned above and many more that she is still an ugly, ignorant person and has no intention of changing. I certainly don't think she is suitable to represent the people of Sweden in any way, shape or form. Oh, and Project Playground and this new company of hers are shady AF, too.

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« Reply #94 on: March 08, 2019, 06:38:13 AM »

What?? StoppaPressarna published something scandalous about their dear Sofia  Shocked They usually reserve all negativity towards Madeleine aand Chris! Or was this story in a way of bragging on how wild and good Sofia is in bed    
Makes me wonder if she happened to meet her future F-I-L at one of her wild parties   Thinking  Wink

 Laughing this is a good one LOL

I feel like a bad person because I am happy her past - she seems to be so proud of - is getting back in the tabloids. Certainly hoping for more of it to be published. She got involved in causes that someone with her background and her past words should not be involved in unless she recognises publicly what she did and said was wrong. She has no business displaying her superior attitude representing causes such as bullying, for example, because she was a bully.

Thatís what bothers me most.  It wasnít that many years ago at all that she was out there behaving as the article suggests.  Even if this particular article isnít true, we have photographic evidence that she was putting herself out there in a similar light, behaving as someone who would do what the article says.  But instead of owning up to her past, she blithely says thatís all behind her and moves on to promoting humanitarian efforts since sheís now a ďprincess?Ē   Being a wife and mother does nothing to erase her past in my book.  I personally couldnít care less about that.   It drives me crazy when the PR/media team goes into overdrive trying to whitewash someoneís background.  Hereís a good example of why that never works 100 percent.  You behave like she did and travel in circles like that, and there will always be someone who will sell you out.  She made her bed (no pun intended) . . .

She did some unsavory things in her past but that in no way indicates that she hasn't moved on or doesn't regret any of it. Maybe she does , maybe she doesn't. Who knows? The fact that she doesn't publicly denounce her previous activities is not in and of itself a sign that she doesn't regret her actions. She is part of the royal family now and despite the Swedes knowing her past, I doubt the king would approve of her openly referring to the mistakes of her past. In my opinion, they would also prefer her not referring to her past at all and to pretend she's proud of everything she's done.

She herself has said in interviews more than once that she regrets NONE of it, that those life experiences made her who she is. That means she doesn't regret the consequences, either. She didn't think about having children and being in a high profile position when she was partying in Stureplan, she was living for the moment. Now she has two small children who will grow to be able to see the internet and make their own judgement about their mother's lifestyle in the past. All it would have taken was a statement along the lines of what MM did upon engagement with Haakon, but instead she states she regrets nothing.

Isn't that what almost every royal says despite having a shady past? Most people (even non royals) do not come out in the open and talk about the regrets of their lives publicly. In public, they are all proud of almost everything they've done. MM is an exception not the norm. It's a shame that nobody is as concerned about the 'consequences' for those men who have done the same thing she has. I don't agree with most of her choices in life but this particular article about a businessman gloating over his sexual conquest is sleazy. No matter how much we disagree with her decision to sleep with someone for personal benefits, it's not impacting anyone else's life and when it's only her who gets targeted based on 'consequences' and not the men then it becomes a double standard in my opinion. Again I am no fan of hers and some of the harsh criticism she receives is pretty legit but in this case, I believe it's unnecessary.
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« Reply #95 on: March 08, 2019, 06:47:11 AM »

If she had just admitted she made mistakes right up front like MM did she wouldn't have to worry about the sleazy men that she loved so much back then (because she was living a sleazy lifestyle just like them) embarrassing her now. They wouldn't have anything to say if she wasn't trying so hard to whitewash her image and act innocent. These are the people she valued back then because they could get her one more step up the ladder to a sugar daddy. She picked the sleazeballs, not me, not her kids and not the Swedish public who funds her lifestyle.
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« Reply #96 on: March 08, 2019, 10:39:46 AM »

Interesting discussion going on here lately. Personally, what bothers me, is that Snakey stated (several times apparently) that she didn't regret her past. But instead showing she learned from her past, she displayed similar errors and there have a kind of cover ups of her past. Some media, yes or no inspired by the Swedish court, Sofia and co or else downplayed her past. And some were even in admiration. To me she comes across as a hypocritical golddigger. Why should she be the contact and such to educate/tell us about bullying, sex (trade) victims and so on.

BTW didn't she had the outspoken intention to distance herself of Project Playground?
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« Reply #97 on: March 08, 2019, 11:21:13 AM »

IIRC, tt was announced that after the wedding she would stop working in full capacity with PP.

But she did not. She actually spends lots of time using PP as a promotion vehicle and as an excuse for vacations in Africa imo. And PP was also the excuse for that shady story about the house in Cape Town, that they needed a house there because her heavy involvement with PP...
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« Reply #98 on: March 08, 2019, 12:11:05 PM »

If she had just admitted she made mistakes right up front like MM did she wouldn't have to worry about the sleazy men that she loved so much back then (because she was living a sleazy lifestyle just like them) embarrassing her now. They wouldn't have anything to say if she wasn't trying so hard to whitewash her image and act innocent. These are the people she valued back then because they could get her one more step up the ladder to a sugar daddy. She picked the sleazeballs, not me, not her kids and not the Swedish public who funds her lifestyle.

We are definitely on the same page on this topic, Karma.  

Look, fine if she doesnít have anything to be ashamed of, if she has no reason to regret what sheís done in the past.  But then donít go to such great lengths to whitewash your history.  Itís hypocritical.  

As far as this businessman article, I think I said it earlier, she made her bed, let her lie in it.  Thatís what anyone else would have to do.  Why should she be let off the hook because sheís now ďroyalty?!Ē  She should have owned up to her history at the start, regrets or not, and this wouldnít have been a problem.  She did this, she can deal with it, simple as that.  

ETA:  just my opinion and I can respect that others feel differently. 
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« Reply #99 on: March 08, 2019, 02:00:30 PM »

I've grown soft on Sofia. I think she had a past that is not at all one of a country's representative, but I feel like she started so young that the blame should go to her parents and yes her continued anticts were into adulthood,  but that's basically all she knew about how to get anywhere - her body.

I don't think she needs to apologize. Except to her nyc teacher.

Her role seems to have been contained since the 2nd baby... Nobels, Parliament opening,  Nursing diploma ceremony and PP.  Her clothes are looser and there's less ohlala glamour princess outfits. Even the Madde v Sof press has gone down.    Even with their twitter/insta (i can't recall) it really is a secondary role, they're not trying to outshine Vic.

They've become the boring backdrop couple that shows up only at family events. Which is their role really.
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« Reply #100 on: March 08, 2019, 03:15:06 PM »

IIRC, tt was announced that after the wedding she would stop working in full capacity with PP.

But she did not. She actually spends lots of time using PP as a promotion vehicle and as an excuse for vacations in Africa imo. And PP was also the excuse for that shady story about the house in Cape Town, that they needed a house there because her heavy involvement with PP...

I think it's possible that Sofia has been allowed to stay on with PP simply because she doesn't have any other organizations asking to have her join them.  If she had an influx of outside patronages, or even just one or two like Madeleine, she would have been told to focus on those. Since those patronages never materialized, the family probably figures it's better for Sofia to have at least one charitable focus; even if it is the group she was told to stop supporting.
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« Reply #101 on: March 08, 2019, 05:10:00 PM »

if sofia hadn't gotten married, in general, muchless to a prince, i wonder if she would've still continued working the way she did...
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« Reply #102 on: March 08, 2019, 10:08:08 PM »

In my opinion, she can't scream off the rooftops that she regrets her past. Would CG approve of her speaking about her racy past? I highly doubt that. She might have been accepted in the family thanks to Carl Philip but she has to have been advised to not talk about the elephant in the room. It's also important to understand that not everybody is vocal about their regrets. Like another poster said, the only apology she should be making is to the people she hurt with her words or actions (as is true for the rest of us) not for the decisions that only personally impacted her. As for the sleazy men, well they have gotten off the hook anyway so the "consequences" claim isn't exactly accurate. There should be consequences for actions that affect other people not for actions that happen to be between two people no matter how much we disagree with them.
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« Reply #103 on: March 09, 2019, 03:58:10 AM »

I see no point in regretting things from my past, because I canít change them. Perhaps thatís what Sophia thinks as well?

Probably. But itís not about changing them, itís about acknowledging that she did some horrible things that were public and created a certain image of her. The way she acted was that yes, she was a bully, a crazy and irresponsible party girl and soft porn model, etc but itís all fine because she apparently learned from that and it made her stronger. Now everyone is supposed to move on and accept her as of higher position (not even equal) at the table when discussing important issues sheís now working on.
Also...What exactly made her stronger? Being a bully? Disrobing for the camera with a snake? What exactly did she learn? She kept repeating those ďmistakesĒ when she became a princess - what is with that story with her and South African girls involved in project playground? There were others, I donít remember now, unfortunately. She should have done what Mette Marit did - made a statement that she did those, that was unacceptable behaviour, and she will spend her time working to make sure sheís a better person and can help those who suffer from the actions of others who do the same as she did. But no, now itís all about her and everyone is bullying her.

Yvonne Star In an interviewed she blamed rape victims for getting raped because they had low self-esteem when she supported and participated in activities that promoted the sex trade, which really does contribute to sexual abuse. And the incident in Africa where the young men are laying on the ground while the young ladies in short, skimpy outfits dance around them! There is no excuse for that, none at all.

I really don't care if she has no regrets or not, and I'm not surprised that she doesn't. She has shown through the constant persecution of Madde and Chris by her and her friends in the Swedish press that she's still a bully, and by the incidents mentioned above and many more that she is still an ugly, ignorant person and has no intention of changing. I certainly don't think she is suitable to represent the people of Sweden in any way, shape or form. Oh, and Project Playground and this new company of hers are shady AF, too.




karma chamelion -  Star for you! thank you for remembering the stories!

In my opinion, she can't scream off the rooftops that she regrets her past. Would CG approve of her speaking about her racy past? I highly doubt that. She might have been accepted in the family thanks to Carl Philip but she has to have been advised to not talk about the elephant in the room. It's also important to understand that not everybody is vocal about their regrets. Like another poster said, the only apology she should be making is to the people she hurt with her words or actions (as is true for the rest of us) not for the decisions that only personally impacted her. As for the sleazy men, well they have gotten off the hook anyway so the "consequences" claim isn't exactly accurate. There should be consequences for actions that affect other people not for actions that happen to be between two people no matter how much we disagree with them.

She didn't need to scream off the rooftops, but she could have avoided saying that she didn't regret anything and that she learned from that. She may very well not regret what she did or said, but that's a moronic strategy especially as she continues working on projects related to those themes. She should have kept silent if she didn't want to apologise and/ or at least voice that that was wrong and no one should do what she did. And honestly, she learned nothing from those experiences as she keeps making those mistakes.

IIRC, tt was announced that after the wedding she would stop working in full capacity with PP.

But she did not. She actually spends lots of time using PP as a promotion vehicle and as an excuse for vacations in Africa imo. And PP was also the excuse for that shady story about the house in Cape Town, that they needed a house there because her heavy involvement with PP...

I think it's possible that Sofia has been allowed to stay on with PP simply because she doesn't have any other organizations asking to have her join them.  If she had an influx of outside patronages, or even just one or two like Madeleine, she would have been told to focus on those. Since those patronages never materialized, the family probably figures it's better for Sofia to have at least one charitable focus; even if it is the group she was told to stop supporting.

I think that's the case. And I applaud the Swedes and their organisations for standing up to her and not degrading themselves by inviting someone like her as a patron. I know that I would rebel if my institutions would want to have her. No way, especially given the sensitivity of topics we work on.
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« Reply #104 on: March 09, 2019, 04:42:54 PM »

Stoppa pressarna writes more about Sofia and her past

https://stoppapressarna.s...av-sexavslojandet-med-vdn



Sofia is in shock after the disclosure of her scandalous sex night with the CEO. Both the princess and the court are worried now that several other stories from her past life will resurface.

Stoppa pressarna recently wrote about a famous CEO who likes to brag about his erotic adventures with Princess Sofia, 34. Sofia was shocked when she found out that the man so openly talks about their night together that occurred when she partied at Stureplan's nightclubs. The princess experiences it as "a great betrayal", especially considering that she belongs to the royal family now and has moved on with her life.

The article was the first in a series about Sofia's past life that Stoppa pressarna publishes after a review of a comprehensive material. Here are both revealing photographs, movies and various mail conversations with interesting content. Of course, not everything is suitable for publishing - but the information about the well-known CEO and his indiscreet "bragging" about Sofia was so remarkable that the publication was considered to be of interest to the public.

According to information,, the court is now trying everything in their power to stop more sensational information about Sofia's past from reaching the public.
- They know that there are lots of stories out there that can damage the royal family if they are brought to daylight. They are terrified of what Sofia's previous life can do, says a source close to the court.

Princess Sofia's past has in many respects been analyzed since it is known that she was both a glamour model and a participant in "Paradise Hotel", where she among other things let a male participant perform an advanced butt massage on her.

Sofia's background led to her being questioned when she met Prince Carl Philip, 39. But after the wedding to the prince, Sofia has really shown the doubters that she performs her royal duties in an ambitious and excellent way. King Carl Gustaf, 72, is said to be really impressed by his daughter-in-law.

It is of course frustrating for Sofia that old information about her is resurfacing. She has left that life behind her and is now focusing completely on her new role as a royal.
- She just wants to put those terrible years behind her. Sofia wants to focus on her family life now and her mission as a princess, a person close to her says.
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