Application for accreditation for the photo and media positions at the celebration of HRH The Crown Princess' 40th birthday
From today, Wednesday 7 June, Swedish and international media can apply for access to the photo and media positions in connection with the celebrations on 14 and 15 July.
The photo and media areas will have a limited number of positions. There will also be good opportunities for media representatives to stand in public areas along the route of the cortège.
The application period is open between 7 – 22 June. Applications submitted after 22 June will not be considered.
Allocation of seats in the photo and media positions will be published on Friday 30 June at www.kungahuset.se.
A limited number of reporters will be invited by the Royal Court to the Te Deum thanksgiving service, in the Royal Chapel.
Program Friday 14 July – Stockholm
Guests arrive to the Royal Chapel, Royal Palace
Photo and media position in the Inner Courtyard and Southern Vault, the Royal Palace
Te Deum thanksgiving service, the Royal Chapel
Photo pool only
Invited reporters are present in the Royal Chapel
Guests leave the Royal Chapel
The King and Queen’s reception at Logården garden, Royal
Photo pool only
Gun salute will be fired from Skeppsholmen as well as from the
salute stations in Boden, Härnösand, Karlskrona and Gothenburg
Cortège from the Royal Palace via Slottsbacken, Slottskajen
Norrbro, Gustav Adolfs square, Fredsgatan, Tegelbacken, Vasagatan, Kungsgatan, Birger Jarlsgatan to the Royal Stables
Photo and media positions at Gustav Adolf’s square and a bridge over Kungsgatan
Program Friday 14 July – Borgholm
The Crown Princess' birthday celebrations will continue at Borgholms IP in the presence of the Royal Family. The festivities at Borgholms IP begin at 6.30 p.m.
For accreditation to the celebration at Borgholms IP, contact:
Phone: +46 70-818 7530
Program Saturday 15 July – Solliden
At around 11 a.m., the day after the birthday, the celebrations will end with The King and Queen and The Crown Princess Couple meeting the people gathered in front of Solliden Palace. The gates to Solliden Palace Park open at 8.30 a.m.