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« Reply #45 on: December 17, 2020, 10:35:08 AM »

Margareta Thorgren has answered SvenskDam about some questions about Sofia's pregnancy and the Covid's infection, confirming that the Royal Family has known about the baby for some time.
https://www.svenskdam.se/...sofias-graviditet/7143069

"[...] -Everyone in the royal family is very happy for this message and they have of course known about the princess' condition for some time. And since the princess recently fell ill with Covid-19, everyone is extra grateful now that everything has gone well- says the court's information manager Margareta Thorgren to Svensk Dam.

But the anxiety must also have been extra great since Princess Sofia was pregnant?
- It is clear that it has been. But at the same time, doctors have known and paid attention to the princess during this period. And Covid-19 seems to not affect her pregnancy[...]"



A nice note, which was also reported by some websites, is that Madeleine commented with a hearth the post of the court about the announcement of the pregnancy. She does not comment on the court's posts so often.
https://www.svenskdam.se/...er-gravidbeskedet/7149709


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« Reply #46 on: March 11, 2021, 02:47:27 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”
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« Reply #47 on: March 11, 2021, 03:43:28 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke
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« Reply #48 on: March 11, 2021, 03:46:20 PM »

https://royalcentral.co.u...rince-or-princess-157025/
Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

Jeeze, I keep forgetting she’s pregnant!
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« Reply #49 on: March 11, 2021, 04:06:19 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

With regard to the first names....not too much similarity with the 2 eldest children of Madeleine and Chris?  Thinking
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« Reply #50 on: March 11, 2021, 04:08:42 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

Jeeze, I keep forgetting she’s pregnant!

Me too!
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« Reply #51 on: March 11, 2021, 05:11:09 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

With regard to the first names....not too much similarity with the 2 eldest children of Madeleine and Chris?  Thinking

IF it's a girl ... I could see them using Lilian, or a form thereof, Lily perhaps.   To honor Princess Lilian.   Plus the names Lilian, or Lily have become popular again.  I personally hope CP and Ssssss wouldn't because Lilian was my mother's name!   But I've resigned myself  Wink

What about the name Bertil for a boy?   Is that name considered old-fashioned ?   I rather like "Edmund" myself but I imagine that sounds old fashioned to most people.   
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« Reply #52 on: March 11, 2021, 05:24:10 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome their first non ‘Royal Highness’ born Prince or Princess

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

With regard to the first names....not too much similarity with the 2 eldest children of Madeleine and Chris?  Thinking

IF it's a girl ... I could see them using Lilian, or a form thereof, Lily perhaps.   To honor Princess Lilian.   Plus the names Lilian, or Lily have become popular again.  I personally hope CP and Ssssss wouldn't because Lilian was my mother's name!   But I've resigned myself  Wink

What about the name Bertil for a boy?   Is that name considered old-fashioned ?   I rather like "Edmund" myself but I imagine that sounds old fashioned to most people.   

I do really like the name Lilian.
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« Reply #53 on: March 11, 2021, 05:52:40 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

With regard to the first names....not too much similarity with the 2 eldest children of Madeleine and Chris?  Thinking

Welp, I knew I liked those names too much. My fault!

Let’s see...what to choose.

For a girl: Vivien Silvia Marie

For a boy: Mattias Hjalmar Folke
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« Reply #54 on: March 11, 2021, 05:56:32 PM »

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Sweden will soon welcome a new baby Prince of Princess with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia expecting their third child. The baby is expected to arrive in late March or early April.

The new baby will be the first royal child to be born after The King reduced the Royal House by a third, from 15 people to 10. The five who were pushed out were his grandchildren – the sons and daughters of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine. This was done in an attempt by the Swedish monarch to minimise the future expenses that the Swedish monarchy will have.

This, combined with the fact that the ongoing pandemic is still raging in Sweden, will lead to the new Prince or Princess being welcomed to the family in a far different way to usual. According to Swedish media, the Royal Court does not plan for an officially arranged press conference with Prince Carl Philip at the hospital, something that has otherwise been a tradition. The newly-born child will not be styled as a Royal Highness, but will be a Prince or Princess and get their own duchy.

When the child is born, the Marshal of the Royal Court will send out a statement, as per usual with a royal birth, and there will also be various ceremonial aspects that will follow in the days to come. This includes the council at Stockholm Castle where The King informs the government about the royal child’s title, name and duchy, as well as the witness confirmation, where the prime minister and marshal get to see the new-born child. Every time The King has become a grandfather, he has held a council, and he has usually had the Crown Princess by his side.

The ceremonial parts also include Te Deum, a religious service in the Castle Church. Due to the pandemic, it is now uncertain whether such a service can be carried out in a traditional manner. When asked by the Swedish press, the Royal Court says that one must look at the situation when it becomes relevant and that the infection situation at the time will determine whether it is possible to carry out the ceremony. The Swedish Royal Court`s information director Margareta Thorgren says: “When it comes to the birth itself, it is the coronavirus that affects many plans. The pandemic makes it a little different this time.”


Though it may be CP and Sof, I am still excited to get to see some royal action in Sweden.  I look forward to the King's council after every birth!

And, I do love babies.


I predict, The Duchy of Vastmanland.

For a girl: Ellinor Silvia Marie

For a boy: Niklas Hjalmar Folke

With regard to the first names....not too much similarity with the 2 eldest children of Madeleine and Chris?  Thinking

Welp, I knew I liked those names too much. My fault!

Let’s see...what to choose.

For a girl: Vivien Silvia Marie

For a boy: Mattias Hjalmar Folke

Love Vivien, too.
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« Reply #55 on: March 11, 2021, 09:34:47 PM »

Lilian is the second name of Leonore. Do you think they will reuse it (just to copy Madeleine as well..) ?
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« Reply #56 on: March 12, 2021, 12:38:52 AM »

Lilian is the second name of Leonore. Do you think they will reuse it (just to copy Madeleine as well..) ?
   
If Lilian is used, it would not be considered copying.   
Queen Victoria of England had several granddaughters who had Victoria as a first name or as a middle name.
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« Reply #57 on: March 12, 2021, 08:37:55 AM »

Lilian is the second name of Leonore. Do you think they will reuse it (just to copy Madeleine as well..) ?
   
If Lilian is used, it would not be considered copying.   
Queen Victoria of England had several granddaughters who had Victoria as a first name or as a middle name.

And all named after Victoria (at least in general) Wink Smiley
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« Reply #58 on: March 12, 2021, 12:33:12 PM »

Lilian is the second name of Leonore. Do you think they will reuse it (just to copy Madeleine as well..) ?
   
If Lilian is used, it would not be considered copying.   
Queen Victoria of England had several granddaughters who had Victoria as a first name or as a middle name.

And all named after Victoria (at least in general) Wink Smiley

Appearantly Victoria wanted all her children to also give her grandchildren either the name Albert or Victoria, preferable the first born.

I've read that she was furious, when her first granddaughter was called Charlotte instead.
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« Reply #59 on: March 12, 2021, 08:49:11 PM »

Sure, there were also a lot of Maria/Marie among the Habsburg princesses... Royal names are reused all the time, I know. My point was that she used to copy Madeleine and I was curious about your opinion.
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