Princess Madeleine Of Sweden’s Children May Lose Their Royal Titles In The Coming Years. Why?

Date August 16, 2018

Princess Madeleine and her husband Chris O'Neill have recently confused their fans with the surprising news. In the official statement, the spouses revealed they would be moving to the United States this fall, together with their three kids.

For a long time, they have been living in London, but now, the state of Florida is their new destination. According to Hello, the statement also added:

Princess Madeleine has a great commitment to children's rights and will continue working with the World Childhood Foundation.

But it turns out such a move can leave Madeleine’s kids without a royal title!

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Prince Nicolas, Princess Leonore, and Princess Adrienne might soon lose their succession rights if they remain abroad for too long. Back in 2013, when Madeleine and Chris tied the knot, political scientist David Ekstrand explained that to maintain their rights and status, the couple's children must be raised in Sweden.

Since the royal family has been living abroad, the supreme court may have the right to denounce the children’s status. Besides, as stated by the Marshall of the Realm, Svante Lindqvist, earlier this year, the prince and princesses are expected to attend Swedish elementary school from the age of six.

Princess Leonore is now 4. Will the family return to Sweden when she’s 6?

There’s still some time to decide. Right now, it looks like Princess Madeleine wants to focus more on work, as she returned to her duties just one month after welcoming her third child.

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