As excitement builds ahead of Sweden”s royal baptism, all eyes are on Crown Princess Victoria and her family for clues about a date for her baby”s big day.
But glowing first time-grandmother Queen Silvia was giving nothing away when she stepped out to pick up an award in her native Germany for her work with young people.
Unfortunately, for the Palace one of the guests invited to little Estelle“s christening was less discreet.
A local politician accidentally gave away information about the royal event of the year.
Swedish newspaper The Local reported that Governer Maria Norrfalk pulled out of an engagement scheduled for May 16, citing the baptism as the reason and inadvertently giving the date away.
But despite the revelation, aides have denied that Victoria and her husband Daniel will have a ceremony for their daughter on that day.
“We have no official date for the princess” baptism,” an official said ” Information will be available on the Royal Court”s website soon”.
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