Today, Prince Carl Philip visited the Annual Suppliers Conference Centre at Chalmers in Gothenburg.
The day began with Fredrik Sidahl väkomna greeted everyone and then talked Hakan Samuelsson, CEO of Volvo Cars, the future of Volvo in Sweden and the world. Then spoke Olle Ludvigsson at the EU Parliament on Swedish automotive industry in Europe. The afternoon began with Charlotte Brogren, president Vinnova, speaking about the importance of the automotive industry for “R & D in Sweden.” Anders Ferbe, IF Metall chairman, spoke about “the automotive industry, the locomotive in front of the Swedish engineering industry.” Finally spoke Anders Rune, Engineering Industries, on the automotive industry in figures and Mattias Berman, CEO NEVS if NEVS launch of Saab with a new business plan and new vision.
Yesterday Prince Carl Philip attended the test day at Gelleråsen in Karlskoga, a day for the winners of Prince Carl Philip’s Racing Cup .
It was in mid-August as the second edition of Prince Carl Philip’s Racing Cup was decided on Lidköpings motor stadium. 83 young karting talents competed and the top three riders in each class got that price to try racing at Gelleråsen. Laureates are between 11 and 25 years old and come from all over the country. During the day on Gelleråsen the prince told about racing and the motor stadium they would go on. Then the award winners got to go with the Prince around the track.
The popular Swedish comedian David Hellenius has posted a video on his instagram account where he acts like a patrol officer and stops a car driven by Prince Carl Philip.
For those who doesn’t understand Swedish, Prince Carl Philip says: “David, I’ve heart of you. I told you that I won’t participate in your program.” It turned out to be the first video teaser in anticipation of the show David “Hellenius hörna”, to which the Prince will come on the 17th of October. The show is very popular in Sweden, it involves famous guests who are interviewed with a hint of humor. The Royal Palace has confirmed Prince Carl Philip will participate.
To see Prince Carl Philp: October 17 channel TV4
Prince Carl Philip participates as patron the Volvo Ocean Race in Spain from 3 until 5 October.
Yesterday October 1, Prince Carl Philip was promoted to Major in a ceremony at the Amphibious Regiment at Berga, south of Stockholm.After the Prince completed his basic military training, he was appointed second lieutenant after graduation. Since 2002, the Prince employed as a reserve officer at the Amphibious Regiment and has conducted training as captain with appointment as captain in 2007 the service has been focused on participation in training and exercises with Amphibious and with other naval units.
Colonel Peder Ohlsson, director of the Amphibious Regiment, has been using this as a background made the decision to promote Prince Carl Philip of Major.
The Swedish Royal Family arriving for the opening of Parliment.
The Swedish Royal Family attended the annual riksdagen or opening of the Swedish Parliament today. Second stop: Attendance at the Riksdag Solemn Opening of Parliament, Stockholm. The King gave an opening speech. This evening, an opening concert is planned. Hope to see many beautiful outfits!
Members of the Swedish Royal Family attend church service at the Cathedral of Stockholm, Stockholm in accordance with the opening of the Swedish Parliament.
New Official portraits of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist.
I can’t get over the fact they’re the most beautiful people on earth!
New official portrait of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist.
Prince Carl Philip is currently on a multinational maritime exercise in the Northern Coasts until the 11 of September. The exercise is being held in Finland; the Prince is part of the team that monitors, manages, coordinates and prioritizes activities for approximately 30 subordinate vessels.
Over 13 other countries are part of this exercise; there are 55 ships and 2,800 people. The exercise takes place in the Gulf of Bothnia, northern Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Its goal is to be able to operate in narrow and shallow waters with large groups of vessels where one must pay close attention to civilian shipping in the area; and is part of EU and NATO initiative.