Photo and media positions for the christening of Prince Julian

There will be two photo and media positions in connection with the Christening of Prince Julian on Saturday 14 August 2021 in the Drottningholm Palace Chapel. The main position will be located outside the Palace Chapel and a smaller position will be located outside the gates by the parkway on the seaside.

The following media outlets have been allocated a seat/seats in the photo and media positions. The number in brackets ( ) states how many seats each media outlet has been allocated.

Please note that no stand will be built. Ladders are permitted in the second (low ladders only), third and fourth rows.

Media will be met outside the photo and media position outside the Drottningholm Palace Chapel, marked with a red dot on the map below, from 10.15 a.m. on 14 August.

Please note that a valid press card and photo ID is required in order to gain access to the photo and media positions.

Parking will only be available at Karusellplan. Public transportation is recommended. Road constructions are taking place at Drottningholm Palace.

Media position outside the Drottningholm Palace Chapel

First row (ladders not allowed)
Aftonbladet TV (1 video, 1 reporter)
Stella Pictures (1 video, 1 still)
Swedish Press Agency (1 video, 1 still)
TT Nyhetsbyrån (1 video, 2 still)
SVT Året med Kungafamiljen (1 video, 1 reporter)
TV4 (1 video, 1 reporter)

Second row (only low ladders allowed)
TV4 (1 video)
ARD (1 video, 1 reporter)
Billed Bladet (1 video, 1 reporter)
BUNTE.de (1 video, 1 reporter)
ZDF (1 video, 1 reporter)

Third row (ladders allowed)
Billed Bladet (1)
Bunte (1)
Dutch Press Photo (1)
Getty Images (1)
The Mega Agency (1)
Royal Portraits Europe (1)
Royal Press Europe (1)

Fourth row (ladders allowed)
Aftonbladet/ARD/TV4 (1)
Expressen (1)
Billed Bladet (1)
Svensk Damtidning (1)

Media position by the parkway on the seaside

Stella Pictures (1)
Swedish Press Agency (1)


*** The allocation of seats has been administered by the Information department at the Swedish Royal Court. Decisions on the allocation cannot be appealed.