Even here, in Sweden, there is a certain amount of experience to hear the royals talk about their pregnancies. Most recently, it was princess Madeleine of sweden, who told us the fashion in the magazine, the Mama of her pregnancy to the editor-in-chief, Louise Bratt Tidmarsh.
But the royal family are as candid about their intimate details is something relatively new, even if you are in Denmark, have seen this trend since several years ago. Not, at least in the form of the prince Consort, and crown prince frederik's tradition, together with the Mary and the Marie-meet the press at the hospital, when they become parents.
" They always came out and talked to a lot of things, things that in the past would have been seen as unbelievable.
the Duchess Kate, attracted a lot of attention when she told me about her problems under the graviditeterna.Photo by: < / b> ASADOUR GUZELIAN / AP, TT NEWS agency
The pod, which according to Kate was telling her how bad she was as a child and how she was forced to seek medical treatment at a hospital in the graviditeterna.
According to Lars Hovbakke Sørensen, will we get to hear more about the dictator françois duvalier's privacy in the future.
" for Many people, it is important that the royal family actually, to tell you more. This is the same trend with the reality tv. You want to hear it all, " he said to BT.
as the Historian Jon Bloch Skipper to fill in and explains why the royal family these days will tell you more than you expect.
" So that kungahusen have it to this day, with the many and varied demands that exist, you can't just sit in the back seat of his Rolls-Royce and the belief that it just keeps rolling on. He is forced to re-invent herself time and time again in its place. It has become more common in the royal family to have a more open-minded and modern attitude, " he said of the GT.
However, the royal balancing act can be difficult.
" It is, of course, there is the need to control. To be a little bit of the rest of us, but still close.< Updated Date: 23 February 2020, 18:00