Our last night out in Humpty Doo before we move back in to the city again. We decided to celebrate with a dinner at the “world famous” Humpty Doo hotel.
You can there enjoy a fabulous dinner at their restaurant or
have a beer with the locals in their pub. Need to dress up? No, as long as you wear shorts and thongs you are good to go 🙂
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The couple announced their engagement 2012 and yesterday, the wedding of Princess Madeleine and Mr Christopher O’Neill, took place in the Royal Chapel at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
What a fairytale wedding dress!! The princess walked down the aisle wearing a Valentino Garavani dress complete with a four-meter long train. This is what I would call a proper royal wedding dress. Stunning.
This is the second royal wedding in Sweden in a short time. In June 2010, Madeleine’s older sister Crown Princess Victoria wed her personal trainer Daniel Wesling in a grand ceremony in Stockholm.
In Sweden the royal family has only ceremonial duties, such as attending award ceremonies, promoting Swedish businesses abroad and supporting charities. As the head of state, the king also receives foreign dignitaries on formal visits to Sweden.
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