The Crown Princess Couple move in to Haga Palace

Exterior of Haga Palace. Photo: Håkan Lind.

On Monday 15 November, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel moved in to Haga Palace.
Haga Palace served as a home to the Royal Family for many years. The palace was built at the beginning of the 19th century as a home for Gustav IV Adolf and his family. It was here that our current King spent his early years, together with his sisters and his parents, Prince Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla.

Haga Palace was returned to The King's right of disposal on 23 April 2009. This decision was made at the government's initiative, and meant that the palace was returned to The King. This also made it possible for The Crown Princess to have use of the palace.

For information, interior images from Haga Palace will be made available at a later date.

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